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CEDA-MIG Joint Symposium on Advances in Dredging Technology 2018 Supported by GSTP and BPO

 

As a valued professional, involved in dredging projects, you are invited to join us for the free Mini-Symposium on Advances in Dredging Technology 2018, which will take place on 10th October 2018, at the Gdansk Science and Technology Park (GSTP). The Symposium is being organised by the Central Dredging Association (CEDA) and the Marine Institute in Gdansk (MIG) and is supported by the Gdansk Science and Technology Park (GSTP) and the Baltic Ports Organisation (BPO). The organisers would be delighted if you could join us.

The aim of the event is knowledge exchange between international and local experts on high-interest topics for senior members of the professional dredging community. Whether you represent the industry as a project owner, dredging contractor, consultant, researcher or manufacturer, attending this Symposium will be an invaluable use of your time.

We are in the process of finalising the one-day programme which will:
    • draw on the collective knowledge and experience of CEDA’s Environment Commission and Dredging Management Commission to provide the latest details on their current work including:  beneficial use of sediments; energy efficiency of dredging projects, dredging technology developments versus requirements; how to avoid project booby traps; and more;
    • include presentations from local speakers representing MIG, GSTP and BPO and will cover the latest on placing dredged sediment in the Baltic Sea; and an update on GSTP projects;
    • include a site visit to Port of Gdansk and a brainstorming session followed by a Symposium dinner.

You can expect a full day of updates, current thinking and best practice, with plenty of opportunities to network with your fellow senior professionals. The full programme will be available very soon but, in the meantime, put the date in your diary and register your place.

Register for your free place
Participation in the Symposium is free, however registration is required to enable us to manage the main event and accompanying activities.  You can register here.

Practical information
Event:  Mini-Symposium on Advances in Dredging Technology 2018
Venue:  Gdansk Science and Technology Park, Trzy Lipy 3 Str., 80-172 Gdansk, building C, room ABC - floor 0
Date: 10th October 2018


Timetable (may change slightly):
Symposium:     09:00 – 18:30 (including lunch)
Site visit:      14:00 – 16:00
Brainstorming session + sponsored dinner:  19:00
       
We hope you can join us and look forward to seeing you on 10th October.

Who made this event?

CEDA
Central Dredging Association (CEDA) is an established authority and the leading independent forum for the professional dredging community and associated industries in Europe, Africa and the Middle-East. It
represents dredging professionals and organisations, from government, academia and business, in the region, and fosters and promotes the understanding and advancement of dredging to the wider community.

CEDA is part of the World Organization of Dredging Associations (WODA). CEDA’s two sister associations, WEDA (Western Dredging Association) and EADA (Eastern Dredging Association), serve the Americas, and Asia, Australia and the Pacific region respectively.

For further information, visit
www.dredging.org
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Maritime Institute in Gdansk (MIG)

Maritime Institute in Gdansk is a research and development unit supervised by Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation. For over fifty years the Institute has been closely associated with maritime economy. The Institute conducts research work, scientific and implementation projects, studies and assessments. The Institute offers consultations and services in the field of transport economy, maritime low and economics, operational oceanography, monitoring and threats prevention of the Southern Baltic, water economy and maritime engineering, shaping and conservation of the nature, marine ecology, management of the coastal areas, establishing databases and monitoring of continuous phenomena, new technologies and electronic economy.

For further information, visit
www.im.gda.pl
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