Modern Technologies Enabling Innovative Methods for Maritime Monitoring and Strengthening Resilience in Maritime Critical Infrastructures
NATO Advanced Training Course
The main goal of the event is to share knowledge and know-how between the specialists working in the area of protection of critical infrastructure in NATO and Partner Countries. The event would create awareness about safety and security challenges that concern development especially of designing of protective structures loaded dynamically in elevated fire temperatures, taking into account strain rate and temperature sensitive of structured materials. Established contacts between participants might lead to future collaboration in various technical or scientific projects in above area. The long-lasting outcome of the event will be a book published in NATO science series, which will include all the speeches during the event as well as summaries, ideas and collaborations that would be established during discussions planned in this event.
Prof. Pasquale Daporte (University of Sannio) and Dr Ilias Majdouline (Universiapolis)
TIME AND VENUE
The event will last for 6 days between 15th to 20th January 2024.
It will be hosted by Universiapolis - Université Internationale d'Agadir - Agadir, Morocco.
The intended trainees are experienced scientists and industry engineers from NATO and Partner countries who are involved in activity related to maritime critical infrastructure, its monitoring and protection. The most important outcome for all participants will be acquaintance and knowledge of the development of modern technologies for strengthening, protection and monitoring systems that will provide safety and security of critical underwater infrastructure.
Additional gain from the event would be ideas for future scientific and technical activities in the field of research and development of protection of maritime critical infrastructure using high performance built materials and electronic systems including drones. That will be initialized during every day discussions which will be summaries of each panel of the training.
The planned publication in the NATO series will not only include the speeches but also the summaries, ideas and collaborations that would be established during this course. The audience will be selected from the people with security certificate.
LECTURES AND TRAINEES FROM 12 COUNTRIES