Marine Technology

​Our division carries out fundamental and applied research for enabling the development and improvement of marine technology. We make propellers last longer and be quieter, we reduce the drag and improve the seakeeping properties of hulls, we design structures that perform better in collisions and require lower maintenance, we do all this and much more. All our activities are best presented through our core competences:

  • Renewable energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Structural integrity
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Ship design
  • Safety and reliability
  • Propulsion systems
  • Wave dynamics
  • Numerical methods

Besides research, our division is also involved in education at the master's and doctoral level. We are responsible for the Master in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering programme, and we are part of the Nordic Master in Maritime Engineering. We supervise PhD students and deliver PhD courses. All courses are available to master and PhD students from other divisions or universities as elective courses.

Research Projects​

All employees at the division of Marine Technology

If you have questions about the division or looking for a cooperation with one of our employees, please contact the Head of Division Jonas Ringsberg.

Published: Mon 11 Sep 2017. Modified: Thu 05 Oct 2017