INFUTURE take part in 15th International Exhibition and Conference on Civil Shipbuilding, Shipping, Port Activities, Ocean and Shelf Development “NEVA2019” 17-18 September 2019 in St Petersburg. Seminar main topics are: Cargo potential of inland waterways of Republic of Finland at Saimaa and Russian Federation at Volgo-Balt basin, Safe fairways – up-to day technologies for fairway and waterways infrastructure and New IWW vessels for efficient “river-sea” navigation via Saimaa and Volgo-Balt and in shortsea.
We welcome everyone to come and share a cup of morning coffee with us at the Helsinki Baltic Herring Market on Tuesday 9 October 2018 from 9am to 11am.
Coffee will be served on sailboat M/aux Vivan, located at the edge of the western harbour basin (“Cholera Basin”) off the Market Square. Come by for an update on the latest Kotka Maritime Research Centre news and topical research as well as discussions on port digitalisation (the DigiPort project), inland navigation development (the INFUTURE project) and more.
Please sign up here by 1 October so that we can brew enough coffee for all comers.
The Baltic Sea Village, together with the COMPLETE project, organized a drawing competition for kids aged 6 to 10 years old in spring 2018. The theme of the competition was ‘alien species’, and the drawings could present either real or imaginary creatures. A winner was drawn among all contestants, and given a family ticket to the Aquarium House Maretarium in Kotka.
All the works sent to the competition were displayed at the Baltic Sea Village event in Kotka on 25-28/07/2018. The gallery of the drawings can also be found below. We wish to thank all the participants for their artistic insight about alien species!
Joanna Lankila, Mermaid (Merenneito)
Veera Ropa, A Star (Tähti)
Aarni Kotilainen, Seafloor (Merenpohja)
Viljo Heiskanen, Light (Valo)
Veeti Alppirinne, Spiny fish (Piikkikala)
Minea Lankila, Rockpool shrimp (Silokatkarapu)
Lenny Korhonen, Ender portal (Enderportaali)
Aatu Kiiski, Monsterfish (Hirviökala)
Eino Hasko, Mosasaurus
Erin Hännikäinen, Bigfish (Iso-Kala)