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First Demonstrator: Software as a Service

Waterborne vessels are expensive to design, build, operate, and maintain. In particular, cargo ships are usually designed for very small production numbers- sometimes as one-off designs. One of the goals for the HOLISHIP project is to reduce costs for development and analysis of robust and efficient ship designs. Software as a Services (SaaS) is a…

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HOLISHIP presentation planned for the H 2020 Waterborne Research Conference

The HOLISHIP project will present first results after 9 months of activity at the Horizon 2020 Waterborne Research Conference in Brussels in June. To participate in the conference fill in the registration form and post to RTD-WATERBORNE-CONFERENCE@ec.europa.eu Looking forward to seeing you in Brussels Jochen Marzi HOLISHIP Project manager marzi@hsva.de SAVE THE DATE- 8th June…

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Project kick-off in Athens

Successful Project Kick-Off in Athens

74 participants from 40 project member organisations gathered on 29 – 30 September in Athens to kick-off the HOLISHIP Project. In the presence of the project officer, Gabriel Mialocq, the partners discussed immediate actions after the project start and detailed the plan for the first year of work.

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