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1-1_Life Cycle Assessment to Determine the Relevance of Including Absorption Cooling Plants in the Curriculum fo.pdfDownload
1-2_Breakthrough simulator technologies for seafaring, education, and training.pdfDownload
1-3_A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF SHIPPING POLLUTION IN THE PORT AND TERRITORIAL WATERS OF VISAKHAPATNAM.pdfDownload
2-1_A Comparative Analysis of Workload for Navigation Tasks Performed onboard and at Simulated Remote Control Cen.pdfDownload
2-2_Need to implement an automatic reporting system related to the supply and dispensing of pharmaceuticals onboa.pdfDownload
2-3_Navigating the Future Integrating AI into Maritime Education.pdfDownload
2-4_Developments in Engine Room Simulator Training Technology for Future Ships Facilitating Training in Context.pdfDownload
2-5_Simulator as a Critical Training Tool for Autonomous Ship Operators.pdfDownload
2-6_On-line ERS.pdfDownload
2-7_Conceptual Modelling of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Maritime Education and Training An Exploratory.pdfDownload
2-8_Data acquisition differences between two AIS receiving antennas.pdfDownload
2-9_Concepts and Applications of Eye Tracking Technology in Maritime Shipboard Operation with Pilot Case Study.pdfDownload
2-10_Coupling CFD and VR for Advanced Fire Training in Ship Engine Room.pdfDownload
3-1_Hydrogen Shipping Cost Evaluation for Potential Routes.pdfDownload
3-2_Coopetitive game fundamentals and concept model representation for LNG transportation industry.pdfDownload
4-1_Benefits of information technology in the field of primary health care of crew members onboard ships.pdfDownload
4-2_Challenges to the professional training of cruise industry employees in Bulgaria.pdfDownload
4-3_Use of modern technologies at Naval Academy Varna.pdfDownload
4-4_People-Centred Clean Energy Transition The Role of Maritime Education and Training.pdfDownload
4-5_English as teaching language at SIMAC.pdfDownload
4-6_The Impact of Master’s Degree Programmes in Logistics on Career Development and Professional Performance.pdfDownload
4-7_Techniques of Shortening in Maritime English.pdfDownload
4-8_Introducing Maritime Educational Standard for Mitigation of Infectious Diseases Spread on Large Passenger Ships.pdfDownload
4-9_Incorporating the gender perspective in teaching the case of Barcelona School of Nautical Studies.pdfDownload
4-10_Engagement of Students in Maritime Operations – An Exploration into Cultivating Cultural Connection Across Majors.pdfDownload
4-11_Strategies for Engaging Maritime Students in Case Study-Based Learning.pdfDownload
5-1_BoK- STCW-TRB Triumvirate Course Mapping for Learning Outcome Matrix of BS Marine Engineering Program.pdfDownload
5-2_Exploring possible content and structure of a quality maritime master programme in Denmark.pdfDownload
5-3_Factors Impacting Curricula in Maritime Simulator-based Education.pdfDownload
5-4_Assessing the Challenges to the International Convention of Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping.pdfDownload
5-5_A Delphi Study to Formalize Domain Knowledge on Maritime Collision Avoidance and Inform Training..pdfDownload
5-6_Enhancing e-learning in Maritime Education and Training Action research in Vietnam context.pdfDownload