Program and social activities
09.00h Opening Address
09.30h Opening paper: Prof. Dr. Dong-Wook Song. Korean Chair at WMU
Session 1: Ports – Shipping, Logistics and Traffic Management. 10.00 h - 11.00 h
Chairperson: Jesús E. Martínez Marín
1. Sanja Bauk, "Blockchain conceptual framework in shipping and port
management", Durban University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Sciences, South
2. Gorana Mudronja, "An overview of innovations and technology for sustainable
development of seaports", University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies, Croatia.
3. David Brčić, "Redirection aspects of Far East – Central Europe traffic flows:
Facts, findings and future tendencies", University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies,
11.00 – 11.30 h BREAK
Session 2: Maritime Environment. 11.30 h - 12.45 h
Chairperson: Merica Sliškovic
4. Toni Llull, Analysis of vessel induced erosion through manoeuvre simulation
and AIS data, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
5. Nelson Gustavo Díaz Delgado, "Open loop exhaust gas cleaning system and its
effect over the Barcelona port water pH", Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
6. Jelena Žanić Mikuličić, "A Bibliometric Analysis of Sustainable Shipping in Web
of Science Database in 2020 and 2021", University of Split, Faculty of Maritime Studies,
7. Ming Wang, "Numerical investigation of nonlinear diffraction wave loads on a
suspended cylinder", Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
8. Marcel·la Castells, "Science education project AULAMAR: awareness about the
interaction between coastal cities and marine ecosystems", Universitat Politècnica de
12.45 – 14.00 h LUNCH
Session 3: e-navigation / e-maritime - Shipbuilding. 14:00 h-15:00
Chairperson: Sanja Bauk
9. Germán de Melo, "Maritime Engine Room Simulator online - MERSol, Faculty of
Logistics and Maritime Management", Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain.
10. Davor Šakan, "Static maritime environment representation of electronic
navigational charts in global path planning", University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime
11. Antonio Herrero Sabat, "The generosity with the reactive energy, avoids the falls
of the electrical plant on board", Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain.
12. Cristina Campos, "The next step on maritime education and training in the era of
autonomous shipping: a literature review", Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain.
15.00 – 15:30 h BREAK
Session 4: Safety and Security. 15.30 h – 16:30 h
Chairperson: Zaloa Sánchez-Varela
13. Alfredo Torné Reverté, "Analysis and discussion of maritime accidents in the
Spanish fishing sector", Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain.
14. Marko Strabić, "On the possibility of COLREGs/STM integration, University of
Rijeka", Faculty of Maritime Studies, Croatia.
15. Waldemar Mironiuk, "Influence of flooding boat deck compartment on the ship’s
safety", Faculty of Navigation And Naval Weapons, Polish Naval Academy, Poland.
16.30 h END OF SESSIONS
17.00 h Exercise of Spanish Search and rescue agency helicopter and Barcelona
School of Nautical Studies Ketch at Marina Vela
21.00 h GALA DINNER
Tuesday, 28th of June
Session 5: Maritime Education and Training. 09.30 h – 10.30
Chairperson: Marcel·la Castells Sanabra
16. Hesham Helal, Incorporating Virtual Reality into maritime safety training for
enhanced competency-based learning methodology, Arab Academy for Science,
Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Egypt.
17. Knud Benedict, Discussion of Stern-First-Method in Ship Handling for Ship
Operation, Education & Training using Fast Time Simulation, University of Applied
Sciences - Technology, Business and Design, Department of Maritime Studies / Institute
18. Vangelis Tsioumas, Sustainability and strategic directions in maritime education
and training provision: An exploration of employers’ perceptions, Eugenides Foundation, Athens, Greece.
19. Valentina Sutalo, Analysis of the implementation of various forms of professional
practice at the Faculty of Maritime Studies, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime
Studies, University of Rijeka, Croatia
10.30 h – 11.00 h BREAK
Session 6: Human Element & maritime Policies. 11.00 h - 12.30 h
Chairperson: Francesc Xavier Martínez de Osés
20. Zaloa Sanchez-Varela, Human error analysis in dynamic positioning incidents
according to the nature of the operations in progress, University of Split, Faculty of
Maritime Studies, Croatia.
21. Rosa Mary De La Campa Portela, COVID-19 control measures and its impact
on seafarers’ mental health, Higher Technical College of Nautical Sciences and Marine
Engineering, University of A Coruña, Spain.
22. Rubén Gutiérrez, Analysis of IMO 2020 and the adaptation of
shipowners operating in Spain, School of Social and Business Sciences TecnoCampus,
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
23. Clara Borén, Assessment of slow steaming impact on container ships based on
speed-power relationship calibration Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain.
24. Jesús E. Martínez Marín, The impact of COVID-19 on shipping industry
studying economic factors, School of Social and Business Sciences TecnoCampus,
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
12.30 h END OF CONGRESS
Conference Activities MT’22
CONFERENCE LUNCH at Barcelona School of Nautical Studies, June 27th at 12:45 – 14:30
RECREATIONAL MARITIME ACTIVITIES AND MARITIME SEARCH AND RESCUE EXERCISE Monday, June 27th at 17.30
Attendees will participate at the maritime search and rescue exercise organized by SASEMAR (Spanish State Rescue and Maritime Security Agency) at Barcelona Port Olimpic through the Barcelona School of Nautical Studies sail-ship and paddle surf
GALA DINNER at Port Vela Restaurant Monday, June 27th 20.30
Attendees will delight the Mediterranean gastronomy with top quality products and will enjoy exceptional views facing the sea. Passeig de Joan de Borbó, 103, Local 7/8, 08039 Barcelona
BARCELONA MARITIME MUSEUM VISIT
Attendees can visit, during the conference, the Maritime Museum of Barcelona. The Maritime Museum in Barcelona (Av. de les Drassanes, a short walk from the foot of the Ramblas and Columbus statue) is housed in the Drassanes Reals, the former royal shipyards, built between 1283 and 1328, and a superb example of Gothic architecture. You can find further information about the Barcelona Maritime Museum on its website www.mmb.cat. During the conference, entrance at the maritime museum will be free with the accreditation.