- About MaRINET2
- Transnational Acess
- Virtual Access
The short-courses will cover a wide range of topics strongly grounded on the consortium’s expertise in the scope of MaRINET2 infrastructures. Topics to be covered include:
Information regarding the programme, location and duration of the short-courses will be uploaded to this webpage, where applicants will be able to submit applications.
The courses are free of charge, targeting a balanced mix of participants in terms of institutions, country diversity, industry/research profile, and gender. Priority will be given to participants from outside the MaRINET2 consortium.
Although early-stage researchers and postgraduate students are particularly targeted, the participation of interested applicants from industry, private sector companies, research groups, educational institutions, etc., will be strongly encouraged.
A significant part of the short-course programme will be dedicated to helping technology developers improve their knowledge on how to perform concept validation at very-low TRL and develop a sound TRL growth strategy.
The courses will target a balanced mix of participants, in terms of institutions, country diversity, industry/research profile and gender. The criteria for selection of the participants will reflect this targeted balance. Ultimately, the order of registrations is also taken into account.
Travel and subsistence (T&S) financial support will be offered to early-stage researchers and postgraduate students to attend the courses. The rules can be found in the following link:
Rules for Travel and Subsistence financial support.
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For questions regarding the short-courses organisation, please contact us through the following e-mail address:
The detailed programme and the travel and accommodation (T&A) info will be available maximum 1 month before the short-course kickoff.
|Short-course title||Organisers||Location||Wave||Wind||Tidal||Proposed Date||Register Deadline||General program||Detailed program||T&A Info||Application form||Presentations and other media|
|Experimental modelling of wind actions and structural response||Inter-University Research Centre on Building Aerodynamics and Wind Engineering) (CRIACIV)||Florence, Italy||X||25-28 jun 2018||4 jun 2018||Closed applications.||Files|
|Remote sensing of offshore wind conditions||Technical University of Denmark (DTU)||Roskilde, Denmark||X||1-3 oct 2018||19 aug 2018||Closed applications.||Files|
|Hydrodynamics of fixed and floating Offshore Wind Turbine foundations||Maritime Research Institute (Marin)||Wageningen, The Netherlands||X||20-22 nov 2018||14 oct 2018||Closed applications.|
|Environmental Hydraulics Institute University of Cantabria (UC-IHC)|
|Model scale testing of tidal energy converters in towing tanks and depressurised channels||Marine Engineering Institute – Italian National Research Council (CNR-INM)||Rome, Italy||X||25-28 feb 2019||14 jan 2019||Closed applications.|
|Test and verification processes from tanks to the sea||FloWave Ocean Energy Research Facility||Edinburgh, UK||X||X||22-24 apr 2019||17 mar 2019||Open applications|
|European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC)|
|Integrated Tank Testing for the Offshore Renewable Industry||Center for Marine and Renewable Energy, University College Cork (UCC MaREI)||X||X||X||jun 2019||Not yet open|
|French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea (IFREMER)|
|Tecnalia Research & Innovation (TECNALIA)|
|Operation and Maintenance of Offshore Renewable Energy systems||WavEC Offshore Renewables||X||X||X||n.d.||Not yet open|
|Methods and environmental data collection in Marine Renewable Energy sites||The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC)||X||X||n.d.||Not yet open|
|WavEC Offshore Renewables|
|Marine Technology Research Institute of the National Research Council (CNR-INSEAN)|
|Reliability and risk analysis of wind turbines and wave energy devices||Aalborg University (AAU)||X||X||n.d.||Not yet open|
|Reducing uncertainty in techno-economic analysis of ocean energy||University of Edinburgh School of Engineering||X||X||n.d.||Not yet open|
|WavEC Offshore Renewables|