III. International MARISSA Symposium 2022
"INTO THE FUTURE – SAFE, SECURE & SUSTAINABLE"
Event date: 21 June 2022

The successful series of MARISSA events will be continued with a 2-day physical MARISSA symposium in Bremerhaven/Germany on 21-22 June 2022.

Following two well visited international symposia in 2017 and 2019, the COVID gap has been bridged by eight virtual MARISSA-Days, short online fora targeted at individual topics. So far, more than 1000 participants from 45 countries have listened to and discussed presentations and standpoints from high-ranking speakers from policy, international bodies, national administrations, industry representatives and research institutions. By addressing maritime safety and security issues, MARISSA forms a critical voice in formulating policy needs, research framework requirements, developing technological solutions and supporting related applications.

On this basis, the MARISSA Management Team and Programme Committee created an attractive programme for the two-day physical symposium in June 2022. The team and sponsors from the federal government and the Bremen government invite national and international experts to discuss the latest developments in person at the attractive venue of the Bremerhaven “Fischbahnhof” (https://fischbahnhof.com/). The symposium will be complemented with a small exhibition and life outdoor demonstrations at this inspiring venue.

Scroll down this site for the programme download and registration form. Your participation at the International MARISSA Symposium is free of charge.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Bremerhaven!


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