EuroVIP final conference will be held on 22nd May 2014, at the Auditorium Lecture Theatre in Lloyd's Register, London. It is a European Maritime Day 2014 event in other parts of Europe.
The aim of the event is to present and demonstrate the technologies and facilities we have been building in the past three years which we believe could be beneficial to maritime sector.
The conference will have speakers from national associations, research institutions, and companies, who will address challenges for European maritime collaboration. Two mechanisms developed in EuroVIP to support sustainable service and technology transfer for the maritime industry and research organisations will be presented, including five instances of facilitating enhanced collaboration. Ten presentations will be given from 10:00 to15:00 on the day.
The facilities include the EMCP (European Maritime Collaboration Portal) and TCP (Technical Collaboration Platform), both are currently free to use for European maritime companies. Companies that are interested in business collaboration, technology transfer and process improvement would get the most out of this event. If you would like to attend the event, please register by following the Register link.
Download the presentations:
- Enhancing European maritime collaboration by Prof. Alex Duffy, Head of DMEM, University of Strathclyde, UK
- Maritime collaboration challenges by Mr John Murray, Chief Executive, Society of Maritime Industries, UK
- Effective collaborations by Mr Richard Trumper, Head of R&D, BAE Systems Maritime – Naval Ships, UK
- Past and future challenges for European wide collaboration for Arsenal do Alfeite by Mrs Cristina Carvalho, Naval Architect, Arsenal do Alfeite projects office, Portugal
- Enhanced business collaboration opportunities for maritime suppliers by Mr Tim Plant, Naval Architect, Babcock Marine and technology, UK
- Collaboration of SME in Polish shipbuilding and offshore industry by Prof. Tadeusz Graczyk, ZUT, Poland
- Web-based ticketing: New business model for software developers by Mr Scott Gatchell, Senior researcher, HSVA CFD, Germany
- Web-based automated computational services provision by Mr Michael Leer-Andersen, Naval Architect, SSPA, Sweden
- Co-ordinated floating systems team work by Dr Tim McDonald, Naval architect, Atkins Oil & Gas, UK
- Business opportunities with Turkish maritime SMEs by Prof. Oğuz Salim Söğüt, Principal Advisor, GESAD, Turkey
Conference fee: Free
Only 40 seats available for non-project participants, please register early.
SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) and research organisations are entitled to claim their travel expense for attending the event. Should you have such requirement, please email firstname.lastname@example.org following your registration.