JOB FORUM

Webinar 2019-2020

∇ NEXT WEBINARS

 

30/04/2020 (16:30 Paris Time) – Harold Guillemin – Founder of FinX 

 

Topic: Revolutionizing Outboard Engines and Maritime Propulsion

 

Subjects:

– The uprising of breakthrough technology for membrane boat engines and current development (100% electric 5HP outboard motor). No propeller, no problem.
– Vision for tomorrow’s maritime propulsion systems.
– The impact of young entrepreneurs reinventing the field and innovating without barriers.

This webinar will consist of a 30min presentation and a 20min Live Q&A.

 

Registration:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZZ7r82fpQ7OW1heqjW7Oew

 

In these difficult times of confinement, we would like to keep the information sharing process alive with Webinars that will allow students, professionals and the general public to freely interact and share data.

Stay at home, stay safe and stay connected!

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14/02/2019 – Franziska Steidle-Sailer and Christine Funck – AQUON – ‘’ Redefining Sustainable Yachting’’

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03/10/2019 – Simon Brealey – LATERAL NAVAL ARCHITECTURE – ‘’The Evolution of Naval Architecture and Engineering’’

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09/12/2019 – Jérémie Lagarrigue – Energy Class Technical Questions

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11/12/2019 – Erwan Grossmann – KAIROS – ‘’Biocomposites manufacturing process and environmental impact’’

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– How material properties have significantly driven the evolution of yacht design over the years.

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