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ERASMUS+ International Staff Week - from 1st to 5th April 2019.

Faculty of Maritime Studies University of Split was host for guest professors from 01st to 05th April 2019.

 

The list of the participants at Erasmus+ International Staff Week:

 

Name of the Applicant

Home Institution

Subject area and lecture title

Agnieszka Deja

Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland

Management of Ships Generated Waste in Ports - Different Perspective through EU Ports

Izabela Kotowska

Mariitme University of Szczecin, Poland

Transport economics - integrated land sea transport chains.

Dr. Iven Krämer

Hochschule Bremen, Germany

I would be happy to teach in the field of "Maritime Technology & Port Operations" with a special focus to the sector of ports and shipping in northwestern Europe

Andrei Bautu

Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Constanta, Romania

Introduction to 3D modeling with SolidEdge

Atodiresei Dinu

Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Constanta, Romania

Meteorology, oceanography and marine pollution:Using real-time synoptic maps with the "GNOME" and "ADIOS" for study of oil spill

Marian Valentin Ristea Komornicki

Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Constanta, Romania

New Diagnostics and Control Technologies/Additive Tecnhologies in Maritime Industry - The usage of Reverse Engineering and Additive Manufacturing in retrofitting projects within maritime industry

Galina Velikova

Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy, Varna, Bulgaria

Maritime English

Yuliya Siderova

Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy, Varna, Bulgaria

Maritime English

Sabina Mulej

University of Maribor, Slovenia

Maritime English

Ercan Kose

Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey

Maritime English

 

 

 

 

Dr. Iven Krämer, Head of Division port economy and shipping at Bremen’s Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labour and Ports/Hochschule Bremen, Germany

Topics:

  • The role of Ports and Shipping in today’s world and within the current economic setup
  • Global Seaport Industry - an overview on policies, organizations and technologies
  • The ever changing world of ports and shipping - latest trends and developments
  • European Ports Policy and development
  • Germany’s Ports Policy and development (special focus on Bremen, Hamburg and Lower Saxony)
  • Seaport Competition and Cooperation - Trends and developments
  • The role of hinterland transportation to seaports (Ports as nodal points in Global supply chains)

Chinese One Belt One Road Strategy and its implications to the European Ports and Shipping sector

 

 

 

Professor Agnieszka Deja and Professor Izabela Kotowska, Maritime University of Szczecin, Faculty of Economics and Transport Engineering/Institute of Transport Management, Poland

Topics:

Management of Ships Generated Waste in Ports - Different Perspective through EU Ports; Management of ship-gener ated waste and cargo residues in seaports and waste recycling

Transport economics regarding the issues of the operation of integrated land-sea transport chains with three main trends:

  • The issue connected with the assessment of the role of integrated transport in the formation of sustainable development, including mainly the social benefits and costs of transport activity.
  • The aspect connected with the operation of sea ports as the key nodes of the land-sea transport chains including sea intermodal terminals and from this point of view the assessment of the potential and possibility of development as well as the competitiveness of the sea ports and the assessment of their role in creating the integrated land-sea transport chains.

The issue concerning the operation of the integrated transport, in particular land-sea transport chains

 

 

 

Dinu Atodiresei, Associate professor, Mircea cel Batran Naval Academy, Constanta, Romania

Topics:

Meteorology, oceanography and marine pollution/Using real-time synoptic maps with the "GNOME" and "ADIOS" for study of oil spill