Overview of projects
Estonian Maritime Academy of TUT is implementing its' international co-operation via projects and the outline of latest projects that were going on in the years 2010 to 2014 is described below. Additional information is available when clicking on the project name in the side-menu.
Short overview: The overall objective of TransBaltic was to provide regional level incentives for the creation of a comprehensive multimodal transport system in the BSR. This was achieved by means of joint transport development measures and jointly implemented business concepts. TransBaltic had 20 partners in nine countries around the Baltic Sea.
Official project homepage: http://www.transbaltic.eu
Short overview: The main objective of the EnSaCo Oil Spill project was to raise the level of expertise and to intensify cross-border shoreline response by jointly developing new practical management tools and efficient cooperation methods, including oiled wildlife response, among authorities, NGOs and educational institutions in Estonia, Finland (incl. Åland), Sweden and Russia. Such practical target-oriented cooperation wasn't existed before EnSaCo project.
Official project homepage: http://www.ensaco.net
Short overview: The StarDust project combined strengths and core competencies in nine countries in Northern Europe and brought business, academic and public worlds together to find better solutions for the Baltic Sea Region. The overall objective has been to find new answers for societal challenges that the people in this part of Europe is facing. The core of the project was five transnational innovation partnerships: Active for Life, Clean Water, Comfort in Living, MarChain and Mobile Vikings.
Official project homepage: http://www.bsrstars.se/stardust
Short overview: the project explored the alternatives of how the five Central Baltic ports together can face and better comprehend the challenges of today and in the future.
Official project homepage: http://www.pentaproject.info