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International award for Danish researchers

International award for Danish researchers

17-11-2015 12:00:00

At a meeting on Monday, Nov. 16 in Skibsteknisk Selskab and IDA Maritime, Trevor Blakeley, president of the Confederation of European Maritime Technology Societies (CEMT), presented the annual CEMT award given for outstanding contributions to the European maritime industry.

This year's CEMT award was given to naval engineer Ingrid Marie Andersen, who is employed by Maersk Maritime Technology and until recently was head of the DTU's maritime center. The second Danish winner was Marie Lützen, associate professor at the Department of Technology and Innovation at the University of Southern Denmark.

Next event in Skibsteknisk Selskab is a conference on passenger ships, now and in the future. The conference will take place on Monday, November 23 from 9-17, and it takes place at IDA, Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, DK-1780 Copenhagen V.

Source: Skibsteknisk Selskab / Maritime Denmark

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