11 - 12 October 2016
It is the aim of this seminar to clarify the international maritime policy regime, the drives and the decision-making processes, as well as to explore the impact of certain policies. In the end, participants will havegained advanced knowledge in the fi eld of maritime policy.
1. IMO Conventions and Decision-Making Framework
- UNCLOS III and the IMO Framework
- Outline of the Main Instruments
- Registration and Nationality of ShipsFSI/PSC Regime
2. European and Regional Policies
- Links to Regional vs International Policies
- European Transport Policy
3. Topics of Contemporary Interest
- Notable Impact and Implications of the Instruments
- Greening of Shipping
- Maritime Security
- Digitalization of Trade and Operations
Contact hours: 16
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas
Dates: 11 & 12 October 2016, 9.45 am to 4.45 pm
Costs: EUR 750
Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas
Course Head and Professor of Shipping at HSBA
Since 2008, Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas has held the position of Professor for Shipping and Ship Finance at HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration. In 2010, he became the Head of the newly founded Maritime Business School, which combines all of the shipping-related study programmes at HSBA. After qualifying with distinction from a degree in naval architecture and marine engineering and finishing an M.Sc. in Shipping Management, Professor Schinas completed a doctorate at the National Technical University in Athens on the topic of multi criteria decision-making techniques in ship finance.
Professor Schinas has many years of broad experience in the maritime and logistics industry. He has held executive positions and offered his services as advisor and project manager, where he contributed his expertise both to the private sector and to public-sector and international corporations. His activities included large-scale corporate projects such as IPOs, port privatisations and start-up projects as well as numerous research and development projects in the areas of finance, shipping and ports. In particular, he has been involved in research initiatives and projects relating to short-sea shipping as well as the human factor in shipping and ports.
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