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Collaborative Research Projects


Collaborative Research Projects

MARTEC issued a call for collaborative research projects in maritime technologies. This call is initiated by partner institutions from eight European countries from the ERA-NET MARTEC consortium. Each country has own national maritime programmes and the financial support will be awarded by the national funding institutions for projects with duration of up to 36 months. Priority funding will be available for projects which include at least two independent industrial participants from two partner countries.

The intention is to initiate collaborative research projects in eight European countries addressing new developments in the following areas of the maritime technology:

  • Shipbuilding - new ship types, structures, ship design and construction, production processes and technology
  • Ship and port operation - vessel traffic services, manoeuvring, cargo handling, waste & ballast water facilities
  • Maritime equipment and services - bridge systems, information and communication technologies, telematic applications, engine and propulsion systems, automation systems, cargo handling, maintenance
  • Inland water and intermodal transport - shipbuilding, maritime equipment and services, ship and port operation, transport chains, hinterland connections, short sea shipping, traffic management, transport logistics
  • Offshore industry/offshore technology - new structures, design and construction, production processes and technology, equipment and services, maintenance and decommissioning of offshore structures, offshore operations, underwater process technology, underwater technology, underwater robotics (AUV, ROV)
  • Offshore structures for renewable energy - water power (wave, tidal and current energy technology), wind power
  • Polar technology - arctic sea transport, shipbuilding, equipment and services for polar regions, operation of ships, offshore structures
  • Fishing/aquaculture - development of platforms and devices, fish farms in open sea, new generation of fish-farms, applications for analysisís, information and communication technologies, automation and monitoring


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