Presentation on theme: "Turun yliopisto MERENKULKUALAN KOULUTUS- JA TUTKIMUSKESKUS 0 ” ECOLOGICALLY FRIENDLY PORT” KICK-OFF St.Petersburg 6-7. February 2013 UNIVERSITY OF TURKU,"— Presentation transcript:
Turun yliopisto MERENKULKUALAN KOULUTUS- JA TUTKIMUSKESKUS 0 ” ECOLOGICALLY FRIENDLY PORT” KICK-OFF St.Petersburg 6-7. February 2013 UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, CENTRE FOR MARITIME STUDIES Olli-Pekka Brunila
Turun yliopisto MERENKULKUALAN KOULUTUS- JA TUTKIMUSKESKUS Fields of Action Conferences Up-to-date maritime conferences on topical issues Research Research and consulting in the fields of maritime industries and logistics Education University level continuing education 1
Turun yliopisto MERENKULKUALAN KOULUTUS- JA TUTKIMUSKESKUS 2 Traffic and ports in the Baltic Sea Logistic chains and infrastructure The development and trends in marine industry and in shipping companies Research and Consulting Environmental impacts of maritime transport marine spatial planning and integrated coastal zone management Promoting of shortsea shipping Environmental Research and Regional Development Safety culture and management in maritime and port sector Knowledge of Russian ports and transit traffic ICT and work processes in ports Maritime Logistics Research Research Research and consulting in the fields of maritime industries and logistics TurkuPori Kotka
Turun yliopisto MERENKULKUALAN KOULUTUS- JA TUTKIMUSKESKUS WP in EFP Ust-Luga Analyzing environmental status in HaminaKotka port Decreasing ship orginated air emissions in ports Assesment of policy instruments and collection of best practises in Finland Environmental monitoring in the port of HaminaKotka Project presentation in international conference in EU Port in a city – International experiences and best practises 3
Kotka Maritime Research Center Maritime safety Aalto University, Port operation logistics Kymenlaakso University of Applied Sciences Maritime logistics University of Turku Marine biology and the environment University of Helsinki Metsähallitus KMRC operates in close collaboration with the maritime industry, universities, institutes, authorities and organisations both nationally and internationally. 30-person unit in Kotka, Finland. The Centre brings together strenghts of four universities with special focus on interdisplinary research. http://www.merikotka.fi/uk/proje ktit.php
Turun yliopisto MERENKULKUALAN KOULUTUS- JA TUTKIMUSKESKUS Ongoing projects in KMRC OILRISK – Applications of Ecological Knowledge in Managing Oil Spill Risk CAFE – Competitive Advantage by Safety RescOP –Development of rescue operations in the GoF MIMIC – Minimizing risks of maritime oil transport by holistic safety strategies CHEMBALTIC – Risks of maritime transportation of chemicals in the Baltic Sea TOPCONS – Transboundary tools for spatila planning and conservation of the GoF 5
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