Maritime Institute

IMDIS 2016 International Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems

Maritime Institute in Gdańsk has a pleasure to inform about IMDIS 2016 - International Conference on Marine Data and Information Systems, that will be held in Gdansk (Poland) - October 11-13, 2016.

The Conference is organized by:
IOPAN, Institute of Oceanology - Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland,
IMGW, Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Poland,
jointly with IFREMER, BODC, CSIC, MARIS and OGS, as part of the SeaDataNet consortium.

The IMDIS cycle of conferences has the aim of providing an overview of the existing information systems to serve different users in ocean science. It also shows the progresses on development of efficient: infrastructures for managing large and diverse data sets, standards, interoperable information systems, services and tools for education.

The Conference will present different systems for on-line access to data, meta-data and products, communication standards and adapted technology to ensure platforms interoperability. Sessions will focus on infrastructures, technologies and services for different users: environmental authorities, research, schools, universities, etc.

We would like to kindly invite you to participate!

For more information please visit the conference website:

New Projects of the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk


The Project Management Center has a pleasure to announce, that Maritime Institute in Gdańsk is a partner in six, completely new European projects accepted under the first call of Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014 to 2020.

The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme has started new funding period at 2014-2020. All six applications submitted by us has been fully accepted.

Below you can find a brief information about our new projects:

Inform us about your initiatives!

An online survey is now lunched by the SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth EEIG ( The goal is to collect information on new initiatives and projects that promote innovative approaches to the sustainable use of marine resources and thus contribute to the implementation of SUBMARINER Roadmap.

The online survey is open until 4 September 2015 and can be found at the following address:
It will take approx. 10 minutes to complete it.


Maritime Institute in Gdansk as a partner in the project BSR/Nordic Sustainable Protein Production Initiative have a pleasure to invite on International workshop Alternative feed protein potentials in Nordic Bioeconomy, which will be held on 16th June 2015 in Tjele (Denmark). The workshop is organizing by Agro Business Park and Aarhus University.

The program provides workshop sessions on: future feed proteins, agriculture feed protein potentials in BSR, marine, forestry and insect protein potentials, bioeconomy and life cycle assessment (LCA).

The detailed program of the workshop includes a wide range of topics on alternative protein sources: mapping of protein potentials in Baltic Sea Region, acquisition proteins from legume crops (dry) and green leaves (fresh), algae, mussels, invertebrates and fish discard as protein source, waste streams for insect and single cell proteins, bioeconomy potentials in business and society, and discussion.

During the workshop is also planned a visit to the grass protein extraction laboratory at Aarhus University

Participation in workshop is free of charge, but registration is mandatory. Registration deadline is Friday June 12, 2015. Sign up via the link:

Detailed information on the workshop program and the possibilities of transport and accommodation can be found at:


Maritime Institute in Gdańsk – partner of the project „ARCH – Architecture and roadmap to manage multiple pressures on lagoons” – invites you to the Training Workshop that is connected to the ARCH Final Conference on the 26th of June in Newcastle. Please find more details in the enclosed Flyer.

BaltSpace Project - Towards Sustainable Governance of Baltic Marine Space

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On 1st April 2015 the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk commenced implementation of the project titled „Towards Sustainable Governance of Baltic Marine Space (BaltSpace)”, financed by the European Union within the BONUS – 185 Common International Programme for Baltic and by the Baltic Sea national funding institutions including the National Centre of Research and Development. Project BaltSpace, as one of eight projects, received financial support in the implementation in the BONUS – 2014 Sustainable Ecosystem Services competition. Maritime Institute in Gdańsk is one of the eight partners in the international consortium of the BaltSpace Project, the maim coordinator of which is Södertörn University in Sweden.

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