Supply chain risk lecture
23 January 2020 17:30 – 20:00, University of Plymouth
One of a series of CILT lectures at Plymouth Business School students, staff and CILT members. Understanding the risks associated with today's complex international supply chains followed by a Q&A session with opportunity for networking.
Refreshments will be provided.
The future of maritime education
The University of Plymouth in conjunction with Maritime UK as part of the ‘40 years of MSc International Shipping’ celebration hosted an event which was part of the prestigious London International Shipping Week. The event ‘The future of Maritime Education’ included discussions with a panel of leading maritime figures:
- Richard Clayton, Chief correspondent, Lloyd’s List
- Cara Carter, Operations and QA Director, Halcyon Recruitment
- Syamantak Bhattacharya, Dean of Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering
- Ross McKissock, London Container Terminal Asset Manager, Port of Tilbury
- Katharina Stanzel, Managing Director, Intertanko
Dr Stavros Karamperidis hosted and chaired the event which generated a lively discussion among the participants and the panel. Dr Karamperidis also had the opportunity to demonstrate the maritime business teaching and research at Plymouth Business School, promoting our long maritime heritage and catching up with various industry leading graduates.
Maritime Masters Finalist Georgios Koligianni
Georgios has been selected as a finalist for the best masters student project selected by industry experts for the best UK Maritime Masters dissertation.
"After spending countless hours tackling my research topic named “A critical analysis of the maritime cyber-security, possible countermeasures that could be adopted from the financial and the military sector” my dissertation was shortlisted in the top five among all the maritime UK universities. I was honoured to present my findings during the Maritime Masters Finalists Reception event, which was attended by Maritime UK Patron, HRH The Princess Royal.”
"I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Dr Stavros Karamperidis who brainstormed ideas about the challenging issue of cyber-security in the maritime domain and helped me significantly in my research as no one else in my previous academic studies. I should also mention my special recognition to the academics and practitioners who participated in the interviews and the survey and helped me to investigate my research questions thoroughly."
Coastlink conference 2019
Programme Leader Dr Stavros Karamperidis moderated a session in one of the most prestigious short sea conferences in Europe, the Coastlink conference, 12-13 June 2019 in Southampton. Students we’re invited along to network and meet with key industry experts.
Stavros moderated the session: The best cost and delivery solution with environmental consideration. Panel members were the following key industry experts, Andy Ellis, Country Manager of Unifeeder, Martyn Boyers Chief Executive of Grimsby Fish, Alex Veitch Head of Multimodal Policy of FTA, Duncan Buchanan Policy Director at the Road Haulage Association, Craig Barbour General Manager of Southampton Port.