Marine and maritime stakeholders are invited to submit proposals for sessions related to the central theme until September 6th, 2021.
Campus mondial de la mer is organising the 13th Sea Tech Week which will run from 26 to 30 September 2022 in Brest, France. Sea Tech Week is an international event focusing on marine science and technology. Every two years, it attracts more than 1,000 experts (including scientists, engineers, businesses and students).
The central theme will be “maritime transport: towards smarter and greener solutions”, the featured country will be India, and the focus will be on women in maritime science and technology.
Marine and maritime stakeholders are invited to submit proposals for sessions related to the central theme.
This covers several topics:
- Smart and green ship,
- Maritime routes,
- Security and safety,
- Interactions between transport and environment,
- Data acquisition,
- Marine energy,
- Autonomous vehicles, etc.
Since 2019, EBN organises the Eco-Innovation Special Interest Group (SIG). Currently, around 38 members from 19 different countries meet and connect on six sub-themes: maritime, agrifood, mobility, energy, health, and biotech. This SIG sub-community acts as an interactive platform for members to share new collaboration opportunities and events, and exchange best-practices from a local and European level. SIG members actively identify new and relevant actors emerging in the Eco-Innovation field.
The Eco-Innovation SIG has established strong collaborations with relevant partners and networks in the area such as DG Mare – European Commission and Copa-Cogeca.