Work Package 1: Mobilisation of Stakeholders Workshops
- How Can Ocean Literacy Promote Blue Growth in the Maritime Industry? – Athens, Greece, 26 April 2018 (organised by Indigo-MED)
- MATES Project – An Ocean of New Professional Opportunities for a Competitive Economy for the Sea of the Azores – Azores, Portugal, 4 May 2018 (organised by FRCT)
- Future Skills Needs and Gaps in Green Technologies for the Shipbuilding and Offshore Renewable Energy Sectors – Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 9 May 2018 (organised by WEGEMT)
- Identification and Analysis of Skills Gaps in the Offshore Energy Sector – Scotland, the United Kingdom, 17 May 2018 (organised by Aquatera)
- Technological Trends in the Shipbuilding and Offshore Renewable Energy Sectors – Analysis and Implementation Strategies – Vigo, Spain, 21 May 2018 (organised by ASIME)
Work Package 2: Strategy baseline – identification of present and future skills’ needs
- Analysis of Skills Gaps and Plan for Action in the Offshore Renewable Energy Sector – Edinburgh, Scotland, 29 October 2018 (organised by Aquatera)
- Embedding knowledge management and wider innovation skills in maritime trainings, Vigo, Spain, 4 December 2018 (organised by CETMAR)
- Mind the Gap: Analysis of digital skills needs in the shipbuilding and off-shore renewable energy sectors, Ghent, Belgium, 12 December 2018 (organised by UGent)
- Contribution to the definition of MATES baseline strategy – Azores, Portugal, 14 December 2018 (organised by FRCT)
- Green technologies in the shipbuilding and ship-repair industry – Thessaloniki, Greece, 19 December 2018 (organised by CERTH-HIT)
- Achieving Impact of Pilot Experiences using Knowledge Transfer – Dublin, Ireland, 13 March 2019 (partner workshop organised by AquaTT)
- Skills strategy workshop for the shipbuilding and offshore renewable energy sectors – Brussels, Belgium, 28 May 2019 (organised by CETMAR)
This Foresight Scenario report deals with the identification and analysis of emerging trends in the shipbuilding and offshore renewable energy sectors.
Work Package 3: Identification of priorities and lines of action
The main aim of this report, D3.1 Prioritisation system, is to describe the reference framework utilised to set up the priorities and Lines of Action within the MATES project. It includes a list of the Lines of Action identified during the first year of the project, the prioritisation criteria for those lines of action and the instructions to undertake the online voting process.
Work Package 6: Dissemination and Outreach
The MATES communication portfolio includes many resources and tools which help facilitate the promotion of the MATES project and dissemination of the project’s objectives and findings to a variety of stakeholders and possible end-users. They also help to ensure the success of the MATES Dissemination and Exploitation Plan, which sets out the activities to be performed and the channels to be used. The MATES brand logo represents the two core focus areas of the project – shipbuilding and offshore renewable energy.