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About IAMU

IAMU was founded by seven universities representing the five continents of the world (Representative Universities) in November, 1999, with a shared recognition of significance of maritime education and training in the rapid globalization of the international shipping arena.

Since then, IAMU has significantly expanded its membership, and now boasts 65 universities/academies/faculties of the world’s maritime education and training institutions, and The Nippon Foundation as its members, totaling 66 altogether.

 

 

 

News from Secretariat

Selection result: Research Project FY2020

All Academic Staff: Title: Evaluation of Sharp-Lookout Skills Using Performance Assessment toward Developing Automatic Target Avoiding SystemCoordinator: Jun Kayano (TUMSAT) Title: Data fusion and machine learning for ship fuel...

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Research Project: SDIMET

Sustainable development (SD) has become a critical issue for humanity with its economic, social and environmental dimensions.  There are currently substantial global efforts to understand and improve SD.  This focus is reflected...

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News from Members

Piri Reis University’s recent achievements

The Turkish Higher Education Council (CoHE) has awarded PIRI REIS UNIVERSITY “The Prize (or Excellence in International Co-operation”, due to the cooperation it exhibited with Qatar Naval Military College in the...

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MarTID 2019 Report Released

The second report from the histric MarTID survey initiative to study global maritime trainign practices, investment and thought is now available on the MarTID website. (http://scholar.wmu.se/martid) The report is the result of...

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Information about AGA 20

IAMU Conference at AGA 20

Publications of the IAMU Conference at AGA 20 General Information The International Association of Maritime University (IAMU) Conference Book Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime University (IAMU) Conference...

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IAMU Institutional Database

Based on the first objective of the annex in Tasmanian Statement, the need for establishing a strong, active and informative network and cooperation among the members of the IAMU and industry.