Sea Tech Week® 2022
Sea Tech Week 2022

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

How to participate in Sea Tech Week® 2022?

Professional exhibition

Book your booth now!

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Contact: Mathilde Moniot mathilde.moniot@tech-brest-iroise.fr

 

Conference

The organisers and session convenors invite you to submit an abstract for the upcoming Sea Tech Week® conference (26-30 September 2022, Brest, France). We request submissions showcasing recent research works, R&D activities or new projects that address the many challenges in green and smart maritime transport.

During the submission process, you will be invited to select the session of the conference  your abstract refers to. If needed, the organizing committee reserves the right to head  you towards another session than the one you have initially chosen.

Deadline: March, 31st (Extended deadline)

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Contact: Juliette Rimetz juliette.rimetz@tech-brest-iroise.fr

 

Attend Sea Tech Week® 2022

Registration will open early in April 2022

 

India, featured country of honour

In 2022, we are very pleased to invite India to be the guest of honour of Sea Tech Week®.

A unique opportunity to build and enhance cooperation among French and India actors of marine science and economy, and ocean governance.

Sea Tech Week® is the ideal forum to:

  • bring impetus to the French-Indian exchanges as envisioned on the India-France Joint Statement (visit of the Prime Minister of India to France in August 2019);
  • reinforce the scientific and academic program GoAT that Campus mondial de la mer is currently developing with the Indian Institute of Technology, Goa, on ocean technologies;
  • Lead new bilateral synergies with the ambitious “Deep Ocean Mission” launched by the Government of India;
  • highlight current Indian projects, like the Sagarmala project of port-led prosperity initiated by the Government of India;
  • More generally share experiences in both countries regarding maritime transport and the related topics: ports, maritime trade, naval industry, marine research, biodiversity, marine spatial planning, international law of the sea…

 

Campus mondial de la mer, the French Embassy in India, and the Indian Ministry in charge of maritime transport are working together to coordinate the participation of a larger Indian delegation of experts in Sea tech Week® 2022.

Contact: Jérémie Bazin jeremie.bazin@tech-brest-iroise.fr

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