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Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

PhD students can be accepted in the following areas: - Design for Recycling, full life-cycle analysis, ship recycling, application of the circular economy approach to ships - Maritime Safety and Risk, Human Factors in Shipping, Safety Culture, Human response to noise and vibration on board ships

20082020

Research output per year

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EU Funded SEAHORSE Project: Research on Maritime Human Factors

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
22 Nov 201823 Nov 2018

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Latest Research Activities in the Area of Human Factors

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
5 Jun 2018

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The Seahorse Project Presentation at Scottish Branch of RINA

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
12 Dec 2017

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Overview of global ship recycling sector, recent developments and findings of latest research

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
7 Aug 201711 Aug 2017

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Guest Lecture on "Enhancing Maritime Safety through Addressing Human Factors"

Rafet Kurt (Speaker), Eko Budi Djatmiko (Contributor), Setyo Nugroho (Contributor), Heri Supomo (Contributor)
14 Dec 2016

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Research activities in the area of human factors

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
18 Apr 2016

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Presentation on activities in the areas of ship recycling and human factors

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
24 Feb 2016

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Overview of today's ship recycling sector and University of Strathclyde's research contributions

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
11 Dec 2015

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SEAHORSE PROJECT: "Development of Smart Procedures in Maritime Transport"

Rafet Kurt (Invited speaker)
19 Jan 2015

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