The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) has advertised the openings of Data Scientist and Full-Stack Developer, both situated at the Maritime Digitalisation Centre (MDigiC) of CMMI, situated in Cyprus.
CMMI Open Positions
Data Scientist Position
The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) invites applications for the recruitment of a qualified applicant for the Data Scientist position at the Maritime Digitalisation Centre (MDigiC) of CMMI, situated in Cyprus. The employment period is a fixed-term two-year contract, with the possibility of renewal.
Dublin Port Company (DPC) has announced the opening of T4, a newly redeveloped RoRo freight terminal in the Port costing €127m, which was officially launched today by the Minister of State, Jack Chambers, TD.
Self-financed by DPC and delivered on time, and on budget, T4 marks a major milestone in the delivery of the ABR Project, the first of three major capital development projects under its Masterplan to futureproof Dublin Port’s cargo handling capacity to 2040.
The Ministerial Meeting took place in Porto back-to-back with the Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference and the first Atlantic Ministerial Declaration was approved and adopted on 18 October, 2023.
During the Ministerial Meeting France, Ireland, Portugal and Spain, supported by the European Commission, committed to further build on Atlantic's success by cooperating on a wide variety of Sustainable Blue Economy topics.
Bremore Ireland Port has today unveiled its vision for what will become the first new deep-water port development since the foundation of the Irish state. The ‘Vision for Bremore Ireland Port’ developed by Henning Larsen, a leading global architecture firm, showcases a world-class deep-water multi-modal energy port that will transform Ireland's energy landscape and aims to create a new Innovation District in Co. Meath.
The results and conclusions of Atlantic Smart Ports Blue Acceleration Network (AspBAN), to European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) and the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries from the European Commission (DG MARE) were shared in Brussels at the end of June 2023.
On September 26th and 27th the Waterborne Days, an interactive two-day conference held at the Sofitel Brussels Europe, brought together 300 participants.
The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) has advertised a variety of openings, including R&D Hardware Engineer, Scientist at the Marine and Coastal Ecosystems Centre, Research Director for Marine Sciences, Computer Vision and Machine Learning Scientist, and Naval Architect or/and Marine Engineer Position.
IMO regularly updates appropriate UNFCCC bodies and meetings on its action to address GHG emissions from international shipping.
Following a request from the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), IMO has submitted the 2023 IMO Strategy on reduction of GHG emissions from ships to the First Global Stocktake (GST).
Rosslare Europort in Co Wexford has won the award for European Ferry Port of the year at the 2023 European Ferry Shipping Summit in Malmo, Sweden. This is the first time an Irish port has won this award, and it follows an over six-fold increase in direct European sailings since Brexit, record freight and passenger volumes beings recorded, a record growth over the previous two year period, and a transformational period in the port's development.
Over 90,000 containers were loaded and discharged at the Port of Cork Company’s (PoCC) new Cork Container Terminal (CCT) in Ringaskiddy in what was a bumper first year at the state-of-the-art facility.
The new edition of the ICS Bridge Procedures Guide has been written to reflect the rapid technological advances taking place in the shipping industry and to equip users to deal with the digital transformation taking place on the bridge.
The sixth edition of the Guide features:
Users of recreational craft including canoes, kayaks, rowing boats, sailing craft and paddle boards are reminded of the importance of planning their voyage and avoiding dangerous weather and sea conditions. As the high summer period approaches, the Department of Transport is urging all recreational craft users to comply with their voyage planning obligations before undertaking a trip.
Planning for a trip on the water includes considering:
The report shows a steady recovery from Covid-19 and growth despite ongoing global challenges. In 2022, the Ports of Cork and Bantry reported a total consolidated traffic throughput of 10.2 million tonnes slightly lower than in 2021. The number of container twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) increased slightly to 282,781 TEUs (281,816 TEUs in 2021), primarily as a result of the commencement of new Con-Ro services linking Ringaskiddy directly with Europe. Imports of trade cars and dry bulks also increased which all offset small declines in liquid and break bulk traffic.
The IMDO has released its 20th edition of the Irish Maritime Transport Economist (IMTE), reporting on the performance of the maritime industry in Ireland in 2022.
Through the IMDO’s iShip index (an aggregate measure of port volumes), the IMTE shows that Irish port throughput declined by 1% in 2022. The forces driving changes in port traffic in 2022 can be better understood under three headings; the Russian invasion of Ukraine, inflation, and persistent post-Brexit patterns.
The Irish Maritime Development Office's weekly market review offers an in-depth analysis of international shipping markets and an global economic overview for the week.
The latest quarterly iShip Index, published by the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) shows that shipping and port activity in the Republic of Ireland rose by 2% in the third quarter of 2016 when compared to the corresponding period of 2015.
International award for Ireland’s BlueTech cluster presented to the Marine Institute and IMERC
The Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) is delighted to announce two new appointments to the organisation's management team in recent weeks. Dr Edel O’Connor joins the IMDO as Business Development Manager, and Kelli O’Malley joins as Marketing & Communications Manager.
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Ireland aims to drive collaborative projects with public sector bodies to find solutions to specific public sector challenges and needs. Over the period 2017/18, a fund of €1m is available from Enterprise Ireland on a competitive basis to support Irish public sector organisations in scoping and running their own Irish SBIR challenges.
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross T.D. has signed an Order transferring Wicklow Port Company to Wicklow County Council, with the consent of his colleagues Paschal Donohoe T. D., Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform and Simon Coveney T.D. Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government.
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