Final Project Report accepted
The partners of the KNOWME project are delighted to announce that the European Commission accepted the Final Project Report. If you want to know more about all settings and results of the KNOWME project read more.
KNOWME results presented at a symposium
Prof. Dr. Thomas Pawlik of the University of Applied Sciences Bremen (a KNOWME project partner) gave a presentation at the 3rd International Symposium on Innovative Logistics Management on “Contemporary Human Resources Issues in Maritime Logistics”. This international event was organised by the Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics, University of Bremen jointly with the China-ASEAN Research Institute at the Business School of Guangxi University. This year's focus was on sustainable and innovative solutions for efficient traffic systems and logistics processes in global supply chains. This third symposium will further contribute to reinforcing the academic and industrial network between Germany, China, and other Asian countries by establishing new research areas for international collaboration and cooperation. Symposium participants were introduced to some of the KNOWME results, including the Go-Maritime portal and the e-courses. Prof Pawlik’s participation in the Symposium has not only contributed to disseminating the results of the KNOWME project, but has also extended the scope of the KNOWME knowledge network beyond the boundaries of Europe.
Download the presentation here (MB 1.7).
Yesterday the Final Conference of the KNOWME project took place in Bremen, Germany: “The Future of Maritime Education and Training”.
Find here summary, presentations and pictures.
Go-Maritime is online
The final version of the European Maritime Career Portal is online: Go-Maritime. Thanks to all users for their feedback. The project partners got useful hints for improvements.
Project brochure published
The four-pages project publication provides an overview of the project highlights and conclusions.
Click here to view the project brochure.