Scientific Program

1 November

09:00 - 09:15
Opening of the IAMUCRoom: 5B
Neil Bose (FMIMUN, Canada), Head of Executive Committee
Boris Svilicic (UR-FMS, Croatia), HIAMUC Program Editor
 
Session: Technological Impact
Room 5C
Chair Ian Jenkinson (LJMU, UK)
Session: Policy Impact
Room 5D
Chair Damir Zec (UR-FMS, Croatia)
Session: Student Session
Room 5E
Chair Mahmoud Elbawab (AAST-MT, Egypt)
09:20 - 09:40
Emergent Technologies and Maritime Transport: Challenges and Opportunities
  • T Fonseca,
  • K Lagdami,
  • JU Schröder-Hinrichs
  • (WMU, Sweden)
Climate Action and Maritime Business Education: Some Reflections
  • M Ghosh,
  • J Roy
  • (MassMA, USA)
Use of Analytic Geometry for Task Solution on Maneuvering board
  • V Hai
  • (MSUN, Russia)
09:40 - 10:00
Training Model Based on The Anchoring Training
  • Y Kunieda,
  • Y Ito,
  • K Murai,
  • H Kashima
  • (TUMSAT, Japan)
Towards a Responsive Maritime Education and Training Policy for Future Shipping: Boundary Object and Maritime Stakeholder Engagement
  • A Kataria,
  • GR Emad
  • (AMC, Australia)
Cross-Cultural Communication for Seafarers
  • K Sato
  • (KU-GSMS, Japan)
10:00 - 10:20
E-Navigation Mixed Reality Interface
  • EV Khekert,
  • AN Popov,
  • AI Kondratiev,
  • DE Studenikin
  • (AUMSU, Russia)
Marine Engineering Education Program Development due to CDIO Concept
  • JE Ljungklint,
  • M Enelund
  • (SMT-CUT, Sweden)
Comparative Analysis of Different Current Turbine Designs Based on Conditions Relevant to main canals of the Nile River in Egypt
  • AM Hamouda,
  • AS Abutaleb,
  • SS Rofail,
  • AS Shehata,
  • AH Elbatran
  • (AAST-MT, Egypt)
10:20 - 10:40
Quantifying Fuel Consumption and Emission in Ship Handling Simulation - a New Approach for Sustainable and Safe Operation in Harbour Areas -
  • M Schaub,
  • G Finger,
  • C Krüger,
  • G Tuschling,
  • M Baldauf,
  • K Benedict
  • (HSW-UTBD, Germany)
The Pathway to Autonomous Short Sea Shipping: Implications on Human Competence Across Maritime Industry
  • R Rajapakse,
  • GR Emad
  • (AMC, Australia)
Computer Usage and Technology Integration among BS Mar-E Students of JBLFMU-Molo: Basis for Library Transformation
  • J Ampoyos,
  • R Alimen,
  • C Alde,
  • M Abiera,
  • K Diamante,
  • M Gamarcha,
  • M Giner,
  • J Elechicon,
  • C Lentija,
  • J Magalit,
  • J Sumbillo
  • (JBLFMU, Philippines)
10:40 - 11:00
Cyber Security of Shipboard Navigation Systems
  • B Svilicic,
  • I Rudan,
  • A Jugovic,
  • D Zec
  • (UR-FMS, Croatia)
Process Approach for Determining Competences
  • A Gundić,
  • L Maglić,
  • M Šimić Hlača,
  • L Maglić
  • (UR-FMS, Croatia)
The future competences of the maritime engineer
  • A Tynell Pauls,
  • J S√łgaard Hoff
  • (SIMAC, Denmark)
11:00 - 11:30 Poster Session, Coffee/Tea Break - Room: 5F, 5G
11:30 - 12:30
Session discussion: Technological Impact
Room 5C
Chair Ian Jenkinson (LJMU, UK)
Session discussion: Policy Impact
Room 5D
Chair Damir Zec (UR-FMS, Croatia)
Session discussion: Student Session
Room 5E
Chair Mahmoud Elbawab (AAST-MT, Egypt)
12:30 - 14:00 Poster Session - Room: 5F, 5G
Lunch - Room: 5B
 
Session: Social Impact
Room 5C
Chair Salman Nazir (USN, Norway)
Session: Environmental Impact
Room 5D
Chair Manel Grifoll (FNB-UPC, Spain)
Session: Economical Impact
Room 5E
Chair Nataliya Nikolova (AMC, Australia)
14:00 - 14:20
Educating Future Generations Master Mariners: Using Technologies for Visualizing Prior Performance in Post-simulation Debriefings
  • C Sellberg,
  • H Rystedt
  • (SMT-CUT, Sweden)
Optimising the Energy Efficiency of Small Ferries
  • JB Jensen,
  • EDK Hansen,
  • M Lützen
  • (SIMAC, Denmark)
Combined Qualitative Ship Valuation Estimation Model
  • O Cetin,
  • M Koray
  • (PRU, Turkey)
14:20 - 14:40
The Use of Cooperative Learning in Enhancing the Competency in Maritime Communication with GMDSS
  • MCS Navallasca,
  • JA Alingalan
  • (JBLFMU, Philippines)
Eco-Piloting Best Practices Will Reduce Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides from Passenger Ferry Operations
  • T Burback
  • (CSUM, USA)
Determination of Dry Port Location within the Hinterland of Kocaeli Ports by Applying AHP
  • O Cetin,
  • M Saka
  • (PRU, Turkey)
14:40 - 15:00
The Effectiveness of Maritime Education System on Competency and Development of Seafarers. A Case Study from an International Maritime Education Institute
  • GR Emad,
  • NSD Meduri
  • (AMC, Australia)
Complications of Robotic Delineation of Oil Spills at Sea
  • J Hwang,
  • N Bose,
  • S Fan,
  • B Robinson,
  • K Tenekedjiev
  • (AMC, Australia)
The Impact of Mergers and Alliances on Maritime Shipping
  • Q Chen
  • (MassMA, USA)
15:00 - 15:20
Opportunities and Challenges for Seafarers in Higher Education: A Comparative Study of the German and the Swedish System
  • N Nause,
  • O Lindmark,
  • P John,
  • E Klimmek
  • (JUASWOE, Germany)
Impacts of Commitment and Goal Setting on Pro-Environmental Behaviors (PEBs) Toward Ocean Conservation: An Exploratory Study
  • PS Szwed,
  • M Rooks,
  • BY Gonzalez
  • (MassMA, USA)
Information Flows in the Global Shipping Industry: A Cointegration Approach
  • J Shackman,
  • P Lambert,
  • N Griffin,
  • P Benitez,
  • E Eragawie,
  • D Henderson
  • (CSUM, USA)
15:20 - 15:40
Maritime digitisation and its impact on seafarers employment from a career model perspective
  • M Kitada,
  • P Baum-Talmor
  • (WMU, Sweden)
The Motor Ways of the sea concept and its influence in the future development of European sustainable transport chains
  • FX Martinez de Oses
  • (FNB-UPC, Spain)
Toward Sustainable National Shipping: A Comparative Analysis
  • HO Nguyen,
  • N Nikolova,
  • K Tenekedjiev
  • (AMC, Australia)
15:40 - 16:15 Poster Session, Coffee/Tea Break - Room: 5F, 5G
16:15 - 17:15
Session discussion: Social Impact
Room 5C
Chair Salman Nazir (USN, Norway)
Session discussion: Environmental Impact
Room 5D
Chair Manel Grifoll (FNB-UPC, Spain)
Session discussion: Economical Impact
Room 5E
Chair Nataliya Nikolova (AMC, Australia)
17:15 - 17:30
Closing of the IAMUCRoom: 5B
Neil Bose (FMIMUN, Canada), Head of Executive Committee
Boris Svilicic (UR-FMS, Croatia), IAMUC Program Editor

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