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1_1- Preventing pollution of Adriatic Sea Oil spill trajectory model using Pisces II scenarios and effects of incident on marine environment using multiple regression.pdfDownload
1_2 - Cost Effect of EU’s Carbon Levy by Container Ship Capacities.pdfDownload
1_3 - Enhancing Green Skills in Maritime English Course.pdfDownload
1_4 - Creating an Industrial Symbiosis with Ship-Generated Waste.pdfDownload
1_5 - Integration of Renewable Energy Sources and Smart Technologies in On-board Ships.pdfDownload
1_6 - Study of water treatment technologies.pdfDownload
2_1 - THE SEAWORTHINESS OF A TRAINING SHIP “NAŠE MORE” IN HEAVY SEAS.pdfDownload
2_2 - Applying CFD Simulation To Analyze Turbocharger’s Impeller of Marine Diesel Engines.pdfDownload
2_3 - Optimization of ship electrical power system modes according to reactive power.pdfDownload
2_4 - Analysis of Hydrometeorological Conditions in the Main Georgian Poti Port, its Impact on the Cargo Turnover and Ways of Solutions.pdfDownload
2_5 - Simulator Training beyond the boundaries of Engine Room Watch-keeping.pdfDownload
2_6 - Automated Lifeboat Manifestation Embarkation System (ALMES) Facilitating Evacuation Manifestation on Passenger and Cruise Vessels..pdfDownload
2_7 - Digital platforms as factor transforming maritime education and industry.pdfDownload
2_8 - Feasibility study on carbon capture system of LNG-fueled ship-based on comprehensive utilization of heat and cold energy.pdfDownload
2_9 - Towards a Cyber Secure Shipboard ECDIS.pdfDownload
2_10 - Head-worn Display Utilization in Engine Supervisory Work.pdfDownload
2_11 - A Study of H-Bridge Multilevel Inverter Driven Marine Propulsion System.pdfDownload
3_1 - South China Sea Contentions and Economic Sustainability of the Shipping Industry.pdfDownload
3_2 - Efficient Management of Portfolio Resources.pdfDownload
3_3 - The impact of process innovations on maritime transport services in Bulgaria.pdfDownload
3_4 -The Predictive Ability of Ocean Freight Rates Evidence from Japan and South Korea.pdfDownload
3_5 - Maritime Labour Market Dynamics (MLMD) and Futuristic Approach in Developing Skilled Global Maritime Labour (SGML).pdfDownload
3_6 - The Role of Digitalization in the Shipbroking Business.pdfDownload
4_1 - Analysis on influencing factors of career choice of Chinese students majoring in the navigation based on discrete choice model.pdfDownload
4_2 - Leveraging a visible learning process in higher distance education a case study in International Maritime Management, M.Sc..pdfDownload
4_3 - Preliminary results of the identification of entrants’ approach towards maritime career.pdfDownload
4_4 - A Ranking of Critical Competencies for Future Seafarers in the Scope of Digital Transformation.pdfDownload
4_5 - Promotional Strategies for Gender Equity in Maritime Sector Maritime Education Institutions.pdfDownload
4_6 - Knowledge representation in MET.pdfDownload
4_7 - Determination of critical risk factors that prevent in-ship communication during ship operational processes.pdfDownload
4_8 - Mitigating maritime unemployment in Georgia A Maritime Education and Training perspective.pdfDownload
4_9 - Enhancing “soft skills” management for maritime and shipping business personnel using interactive educational methods.pdfDownload
4_10 - The Importance of ESP (Maritime English) in the Maritime Industry for Safety Maintenance Onboard and Ashore.pdfDownload
4_11 - THE IMPACT OF THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF CRUISE TOURISM IN THE BLACK SEA REGION.pdfDownload
4_12 - MET in Ukraine in time and after of Russian invasion.pdfDownload
4_13 - Re-envisioning Maritime Education and Training – Technology facilitated lifelong learning for future ship operators.pdfDownload
4_14 - The (ir)Relevance of Current Maritime Education and Training in the Transitioning Workplace An Activity Theory perspective.pdfDownload
4_15 - From Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to Universities Resource Planning (URP).pdfDownload
5_1 - IMO Session in Classroom A Case in Experiential Learning.pdfDownload
5_2 - Analysis and Consideration of the Navigation Support Capability of Arctic Shipping Route in China.pdfDownload
5_3 - Identification of Features Associated with University Dropout-a case study of University of Split, Faculty of Maritime Studies.pdfDownload
5_4 - Identification and reduction of seafarers’ cognitive and behavioral fatigue impacts for effective MET policy development.pdfDownload
5_5 - Helping Accelerate the Global Maritime Professional Body of Knowledge up the S-Curve of Innovation.pdfDownload
5_6 - Proposing a Validation Tool for IMO Model Courses to Evaluate Alignment of Outcomes, Activities, and Assessment.pdfDownload
5_7 - Empowering teachers in Maritime Education and Training (MET) through gender-equality training A bottom-up approach for the implementation of current legislation.pdfDownload
5_8 - The role of simulator and co-teaching for developing student’s thinking and speaking interactive skills.pdfDownload
5_9 - A Comparative Study of Ship Risk Profile According to Port State Control Regime A Case Study of Turkish Straits.pdfDownload