SEDNA Project News
SEDNA (“Safe maritime operations under extreme conditions: the Arctic case”) is a research project that is developing an innovative and integrated risk-based approach to safe Arctic navigation, ship design and operation. SEDNA has a global consortium, with 13 partners from 6 different countries, including China, and will run for three years from June 2017.
Shanghai forum 2018
Martin Bergström participated in Shanghai Forum 2018, May 26-28, where he was invited to speak at a session on “New Technologies for Future Arctic Operations”.
His talk, the topic of which was “Towards Holistic Goal-Based Design of Arctic Ship”, was about the holistic goal-based design framework that we are developing within the SEDNA project.
Following the talk, he also attended a “round-table” discussion on the topic of the session.
Visit to Helsinki
In late July Ilkka Saisto from Aker Arctic hosted a visit from Professor Kwang Leong Choy and Professor Giles Thomas to the Finnish icebreaker Polaris in order to establish a greater understanding of the different ship surfaces for the work on anti-icing technologies. Built in 2016 Polaris is operated by the state-owned icebreaker operator Arctia.
SEDNA project presented at H2020 Waterborne Research Conference
The SEDNA project was presented at the H2020 Waterborne Research Conference: Competitive, Safe and Sustainable, held on 8 June, 2017 in Brussels.
Click here to see the event programme.
Click here to see the presentations from the conference.