SCC is a research
and development unit
of the Tallinn University
of Technology
SCC’s main research area is sustainable marine engineering with a focus
on vessel hydrodynamics:
hull resistance,
seakeeping, loads
and vessel manoeuvrability.

TalTech signs Cooperation Agreements with Baltic Workboats and Saaremaa Municipality

TalTech has signed cooperation agreements with Baltic Workboats and Saaremaa Municipality to further Naval Architecture education in its Estonian Maritime Academy Centre for the Blue Economy. Baltic Workboats have launched a campaign to promote education tracks leading to marine industry jobs with ads running on TV, radio and social media. This spring, the company also hosted tours […]

Mihkel Kõrgesaar Appointed Professor in Naval Architecture

Tallinn University of Technology has appointed Mihkel Kõrgesaar as Professor in Naval Architecture at Estonian Maritime Academy Centre for the Blue Economy. The purpose of the professorship is to lead R&D in the fields of naval architecture and hydrodynamics. “We have reached a new era with the appointment of the Professor in Naval Architecture at […]

ASV Platform and Manoeuvring Test Development 2018-2019

The SCC is running a project that explores the ability of small, 5-metre autonomous workboats to independently carry out various manoeuvres. The project entails the development of an ASV platform and producing an autonomous model to conduct manoeuvring tests. The autonomous model will be capable of emulating different types of workboats. The model will be […]

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