Number of members working with R&D
Listed below are all of our members working primarily with R&D
Aimen Technology center
CIMNE, International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering
CTO, Ship Design and Research Centre
IRT Jules Verne
Well equipped to do developments in Composite parts manufacturing (brand new workshop just under commissioning), AM machines and testing facility for fatigue and mechanical test of structures up to 8m long and 3m wide!
NetComposites’ mission is to be one of the world’s leading specialists in applied composite material technologies. Through our research, consultancy, training, information and conferencing services, we aim to develop innovative, commercially successful composite materials, whilst helping our clients and partners benefit from better materials, processes and business opportunities.
Newcastle University – Marine, Offshore and Subsea Technology Group
We specialise in research and education for the maritime sector. We have an increasing focus on lightweight marine for research projects and also incorporated into our teaching curriculum. For marine composites we have specific expertise in strength/failure analysis, fluid-structure interaction and structural design of naval vessels.
PMD=Polymer Maritime Development
The RISE institutes Innventia, SP, and Swedish ICT have merged in order to become a stronger research and innovation partner. Through our international collaboration programmes with academia, industry, and the public sector, we ensure the competitiveness of the Swedish business community on an international level and contribute to a sustainable society
Ship Design and Research Centre; Environmental Laboratories Division
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Performing advanced research in the field of composite materials in a variety of applications by implementing experimental testing of composite structures (standard and custom) combined with FE modelling, built in house codes and analytical solutions.
TWI is one of the world’s foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in materials joining and engineering processes. TWI specialises in innovation, knowledge transfer and in solving problems across all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management. In addition, a successful international Training and Examinations programme sees 25,000 students trained each year in welding and inspection technologies across many industry sectors including shipbuilding. TWI has a history of supporting companies in the maritime sector with welding and bonding of metallic and composite materials, modelling of ship structures and non-destructive inspection of vessels.
University of Edinburgh, School of Engineering
- Processing and properties of low-cost, high-performance composite structures based on novel powder-epoxies
- Novel thermoplastic composites and processes for large structures, based on in-situ polymerisable materials
- Joining and welding of thermoset and thermoplastic composites
- Damage mechanisms, impact and fatigue life modelling of composites
- Full-scale, accelerated structural fatigue testing of composites up to 10m in length
- Structural modelling and design of large composites
- Fire performance of polymer composites
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd
West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin
Faculty of Maritime Technology and Transport, Chair of Ship Structure, Mechanics and Fabrication.
The staff of the Chair is represented by three professors and three doctors of sciences, and supporting workers.
The scope of research: shipbuilding technology, construction and mechanics of shipstructures, organization of shipbuilding industry, underwater technology.
Our industry partners: shipyards in Western Pomerania Region, ship design offices, ports, inland shipping companies.