Number of members working with Training and Education

Listed below are all of our members working primarily with Training and Education

Aalto University


Pipesystems, AQUATHERM GmbH

Aquatherm provides piping systems for maritim use since 70s. We are helping organisations to construct their vessels and save up to 300 tons, which could be used for other purpose, over 40 years. We are 3x times lighter, vibration and corrosion resistant than Steel. In use for: scruber gas cleaning, ballast water, HVAC, fresh water and many more. Aquatherm also trains and instructs welders in several organisations using newest techniques and equipment.


Chalmers University of Technology

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Coventive Composites

Coventive is an independent provider of expert services relating to composite materials. Our consultants are ready to support your business with a comprehensive range of services that include material and process development, design, prototyping, testing, analysis and market intelligence. Our affordable, accessible training equips your staff with the knowledge they need to work effectively. From our in-house innovation centre, our team of scientists and engineers are working in partnership with leading organisations to develop and commercialise the next generation of composite materials.


HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration  

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National Technical University of Athens


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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.


Plymouth University

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.


West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin

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.