Sea Tech Week® 2022
    • Call for session proposals
    • Marine and maritime stakeholders are invited to submit proposals for sessions related to the central theme: 'maritime transport: towards smarter and greener solutions' before September 6, 2021.

Sea Tech Week® 2022

For more than 20 years in Brest (France), Sea Tech Week® has forged and strengthened international collaboration, research and business in marine science and technology.


26-30 September 2022, Brest Expo, France

Main theme: Maritime Transport: towards smarter and greener solutions

Featured country of honour: India

Special focus: women in marine science and technology

Sea Tech Week® is a week-long international event focusing on marine science and technology. It brings together every two years more than 1,000 leading international experts in various marine-related disciplines to the city of Brest, France. Sea Tech Week® includes a scientific and technology conference, a professional exhibition, B2B meetings and social events.

The event provides opportunities for scientists, businesses, clusters, students… to share advances in research and innovation, develop business contacts, and enhance partnerships and collaborations.

SEA TECH WEEK® is organised by Technopôle Brest-Iroise in the framework of the Campus mondial de la mer, which is the France’s foremost community of experts in the study and economic development of the ocean and located at the tip of Brittany.

SEA TECH WEEK® is supported by Brest metropole city council, Brittany Region and European Union (ERDF).


Yves-Marie Paulet

"SEA TECH WEEK® is a hive, a very convivial location where we share the most innovative progress in the field of marine science and technology. We are in a community who shares together", Yves-Marie Paulet, vice-President of UBO (Université de Bretagne Occidentale).





Annick Girardin

"This is how to encourage innovation in its most stimulating form", Annick Girardin, Ministry for Marine Affairs.






Hubert Pelletier

"SEA TECH WEEK® enables us to meet scientists but also people from defense organisations, from mining and offshore exploitation, from the marine renewable energy sector...", Hubert Pelletier, IXBlue.





Serge Segura

"Make this week a success means having new contacts between maritime stakeholders. SEA TECH WEEK® demonstrates the interdependence of disciplines, when we talk about the oceans", Serge Segura, Ambassador for the Oceans, Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs.


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  • Campus mondial de la mer
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  • Région Bretagne
  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
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