International Cooperation and Mobility
Review of the conference (pdf)
A call for abstracts for the 7th International Conference on Maritime Transport has been announced. Authors are requested to submit abstracts in English of no more than 300 words, emphasizing the topic, originality of the work, main results and possible application. The scientific committee will review all the papers presented. All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.
Arranged by the Local Organising Committee, the MT ’2016 Conference will take place in Barcelona, Barcelona School of Nautical Studies, near the old city.
Abstract submission – 17th November 2015
Provisional acceptance – 18th December 2015
Final paper submission – 19st February 2016
Welcome to the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences at the University of Zagreb, Croatia in the academic year 2015/16.
We would like to take this opportunity to remind you that the application deadline for students who will be coming to Zagreb in the summer semester of the 2015/16 academic year is November 10, 2015. All applications must be completed using the University of Zagreb’s Moveon website where you can find detailed application instructions. Other useful information (contacts, courses, faculty info) can be found on the Erasmus+ page of our Faculty website.
Eurasmus helps students organise their year abroad because with us everything can be much simpler and easier. All our services are completely free for students and our goals are to encourage student mobility in Europe, bridging language barriers and reducing unemployment. For more information check on web page at www.eurasmus.com.
This special event for the researchers and other actors in the field of transport in the Danube Region is designed as an opportunity to hear different views on research and to contribute to the implementation of the Danube Strategy and to prepare for an active approach towards HORIZON2020. The idea is to stimulate discussion beyond the narrow borders of different instruments and policies. Effective and efficient transport needs synergies of different policies.
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