European Marine Engineering
Conference and Awards
25-26 April 2017, Amsterdam

European Marine Engineering <br />Conference and Awards<br />

Awards

The European Marine Engineering Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner will be held on the 13th April 2016. Nine awards will be presented to industry professionals and leading companies from across the marine engineering sector.

VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS YEAR'S AWARD WINNERS.  

If you're interested in attending the award ceremony and gala dinner please contact Rob Gore on +44 20 8370 7007 or at rob.gore@rivieramm.com

Winners will be announced at the Gala Dinner during the European Marine Engineering Conference.

Categories available:

Auxiliary Machinery Award
Companies or individuals can enter auxiliary machinery that has been brought to market for the first time, has been substantially improved and relaunched, or featured in a shipboard installation during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate an innovative and original development that improves a ship’s operational efficiency or reduces risk to personnel.

2016 Winner:

ABB - Azipod

Electrical Systems Award
Companies or individuals can enter engineering systems of any type that have been brought to market for the first time or have been substantially improved and relaunched or featured in a shipboard installation during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate how, by using a system consisting of more than one component, a ship, a fleet or a company has seen improved efficiency, reduced costs, less waste or better safety.

2016 Winner:

Mirus International - Marine & Offshore Specific (MOS) Lineator

Environmental Performance Award
Companies or individuals can enter a product, process or management approach that has been brought to market for the first time, has been substantially improved and relaunched or featured in a shipboard installation during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate actual or potential environmental benefits as a result of its implementation.

2016 Winner:

I-Tech - Selektope antifouling system

 

Fuel Efficiency Award
Companies or individuals can enter products, systems, processes or policies that have been brought to market or implemented for the first time or have been substantially improved and relaunched during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate that it has provided a permanent improvement in fuel efficiency, either on a specific ship or across a fleet.

2016 Winner:

Schottel GmbH - EcoPeller

 

Innovation Award
Companies or individuals can enter products, systems, processes or designs that have been brought to market or made public or implemented for the first time, or have been substantially improved and relaunched, during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate an original development relevant to any aspect of marine engineering that shows an imaginative and effective solution to an engineering requirement.

2016 Winner:
 

NSB Group/Reederei - Ship widening Technique

 

Marine Engines Award
Companies or individuals can enter engines or engine-related equipment that has been brought to market for the first time or has been substantially improved and relaunched, or ongoing engine-related projects that have shown tangible results, during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will be an innovative and original development that demonstrates an engineering innovation that represents a step-change in engine technology

2016 Winner:

Wärtsilä - Wärtsilä 31 Engine

 

Ship of the Year Award
Companies or individuals can enter ships that have been delivered or substantially upgraded during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will be a vessel of any type that incorporates innovative technical developments that identify it as a landmark vessel. The award will be presented jointly to the ship’s owner, builder and designer.

2016 Winner:

Stena Line - Stena Germanica

 

Graduate Research Award

Training institutions can nominate up to two post-graduate students for this award. It recognises original research completed during 2015 that advances marine engineering knowledge in a way that will improve the overall ship efficiency, machinery performance and reliability, safety or environmental impact of a single ship or across a fleet.

2016 Winner:

Arne Good
Antwerp Maritime Academy 

 

The Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award is made by the staff of Riviera Maritime Media to an individual who has shown consistent leadership and technical inspiration in the field of marine engineering.
Chosen by the editors of Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery

2016 Winner:

Prof. Nikolaos P. Kyrtatos
National Technical University
of Athens

Advisory Board:

John Carlton FREng
Professor of Marine Engineering, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
City University London

Päivi Haikkola
Head of Research and Development
Deltamarin

Robert Ashdown
Permanent Secretary of the
International Association of Classification Societies

Paul Gunton
Executive Editor
Riviera Maritime Media

Kjeld Dittmann
Chairman
SEA Europe
Managing Director
Lyngsø Marine

 

Anna Larson
Vice President, Global Head of Sustainability
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics

 

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