- About MaRINET2
- Transnational Acess
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The MaRINET2 Training Programme is an instrument to raise awareness of and engage with industry and the community of up-and-coming researchers that will be the work force and sustain the future of the ocean renewable energy sector.
The training aims to develop specific technical skills in addition to the development of essential generic and transferable skills relevant for ORE to both academia and industry through the setting up and running of a short-course and webinar programme with a strong hands-on component.
The short-courses will cover a wide range of topics and will be strongly grounded on the consortium’s expertise and activity in the scope of MaRINET2 infrastructures. Topics to be covered include integrated tank testing, hydrodynamics of fixed and floating offshore wind turbine foundations, reliability and risk analysis of ORE technologies as well as test and verification processes from tanks to the sea.
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. At least 1 month in advance of each course a detailed programme will be uploaded here, as well as information on logistics, travel and accommodation.
The courses, which will have no participation fee, 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. 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. Travel and subsistence (T&S) financial support will be offered to early-stage researchers and postgraduate students to attend the courses.
The rules for Travel and Subsistence financial support can be found in the following link:
Rules for Travel and Subsistence financial support.
If you want to receive an e-mail now and then about new course details, you can subscribe here:
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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||Indicative date||Register Deadline||General programme||Detailed programme||T&A Info||Application form|
|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||Open – Click here!|
|Remote sensing of offshore wind conditions||Technical University of Denmark (DTU)||Roskilde, Denmark||X||1-3 Oct 2018||19 Aug 2018||Open – Click here!|
|Hydrodynamics of fixed and floating Offshore Wind Turbine foundations (mono-pile, jacket, GBS, spar, semi, TLP)||Maritime Research Institute (Marin)||X||Between 19 and 23 Nov 2018||Not yet open|
|Environmental Hydraulics Institute University of Cantabria (UC-IHC)|
|Design and execution of TEC model tests in towing tanks and depressurized channels||Marine Technology Research Institute of the National Research Council (CNR-INSEAN)||X||Feb 2019||Not yet open|
|Test and verification processes from tanks to the sea||FloWave Ocean Energy Research Facility||X||X||Apr 2019||Not yet open|
|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-19||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|