The eight Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering (Marine 2019) will be organized in Gothenburg, Sweden, on 13-15 May, 2019. The objective of Marine 2019 is to be a meeting place for researchers developing computational methods and scientists and engineers focusing on challenging applications in marine engineering. AIRCOAT will be contributing with a paper written by partners, discussing AIRCOAT and related technolgies.
Fraunhofer CML is holding a day of interesting lectures and demonstrations of the latest developments in the maritime industry. The main topics for 2019 are:
- Digital & Autonomous Ports
- Maritime Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence
- Smart & Green Shipping
- Digital Business Models – Reasonable hype or overestimated potential?
AIRCOAT will be presented by Johannes Oeffner, the project coordinator. For registration and further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than ever, climate changes urge different parties to take actions. The maritime industry is conscious today of its responsibility. At BlueWeek 2019, AIRCOAT coordinator Johannes Oeffner (Fraunhofer CML) will present on AIRCOAT in a biommetic afternoon panel with other industry experts.
The Bionic Congress “Patents from Nature” takes place every two years . The symposium is a joint event of the Society for Technical Biology and Bionics (GTBB) with BIOKON eV and the Bionic Innovation Center (BIC) of the University of Applied Sciences Bremen. In 2018, AIRCOAT participated through partners KIT and organising partner HSB. Professor Thomas Schimmel (KIT) presented the salvinia effect and the AIRCOAT project at a plenary poster session.
Every two years Posidonia brings together, in an exciting and unique way, the international maritime community, welcomed by Greek shipowners controlling the world’s largest merchant fleet. In Posidonia 2018, AIRCOAT’s partner DANAOS was present soon after the project’s kick-off, and presented the AIRCOAT concept to interested stakeholders.