SEDNA Project News

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Oct 2019

SEDNA successfully co-hosted a break out session at the Arctic Circles Assembly

SEDNA successfully co-hosted a break out session at the Arctic Circles Assembly, in Reykjavik, Iceland with the ARCSAR project. The Arctic Circles Assembly is a global event which attracts over 2,000 participants from over 60 countries, from research, industry, and broader societal interests. The session was co-hosted on day 1 of the event, and attracted interest from over 150 participants

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Jul 2019

SEDNA consortium members held a successful Safe Arctic Bridge and AR design Concept demonstrator during Norshipping 2019

SEDNA consortium members from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, held a successful Safe Arctic Bridge and AR design Concept demonstrator during Norshipping 2019. Norshipping is major global maritime event, and consortium members lead by Prof Kjetil Nordby showcased SEDNA Safe Arctic Bridge design concepts at this even which attracts over 9,000 participants from over 40 countries

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Jul 2019

SEDNA Newsletter - June 2019

With the SEDNA project now beyond the halfway point, this newsletter provides an update on research efforts to date.

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Jun 2019

SEDNA consortium members published research in the journal of Ocean Engineering

SEDNA consortium members from University College London published research in the journal of Ocean Engineering. The research focused on fluid structure interaction of large scale ice sheet in waves, and featured inputs from SEDNA technical lead Prof Giles Thomas

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Apr 2019

Participants from the National Maritime College of Ireland, published a conference paper at the International Maritime Science Conference

Participants from the National Maritime College of Ireland, published a conference paper at the International Maritime Science Conference, 2019. The paper focused on applying Expert Arctic Icebreaker knowledge to mainstream Arctic Shipping, and featured inputs from Senior NMCI Researcher Robert Lynch

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