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Current awarded funding

Maritime, Technology and Environment Research and Innovation Hub Funding Awards

NameAwarding BodyAmount GrantedResearch Project
Professor Mike Barnett

EU Innovation and Networks Executive Agency.

£224,816

Mike Barnett and Claire Pekcan have recently won £224,816 from the EU Innovation and Networks Executive Agency as part of a collaborative project led by the Swedish Maritime Association on Sea Traffic Management.

Dr Anthony Gallagher

International Zinc Association.

£33,000 

Anthony Gallagher has won £33,000 from the International Zinc Association for his evaluation of spatial variation in the dissolution of anodes in the Solent.

Kate Pike

ITF Seafarers Trust.

£70,000

Kate Pike has won a £70,000 award for research into seafarer's welfare. 

Claire Pekcan

Innovate UK

£199,764

Mike Barnett and Claire Pekcan have recently won £199,764 from Innovate UK as part of a collaborative award with Rolls Royce on Robust Machine Executable Collision Regulations at Sea.

John Chudley

Erasmus + Strategic Partnerships 

€61,362

John Cudley has won €61,362 from the Erasmus + Strategic Partnerships action as the lead in a European consortium on partnerships for vocational education and training.

 

Prins Butt

Innovate UK

£46,453

Prins Butt has been awarded a £46,453 Knowledge Transfer Partnership from Innovate UK to work with Bioquell UK Ltd on software development.

Marc Molinari Innovate UK £47,774

Marc Molinari has been awarded a £47,774 Knowledge Transfer Partnership from Innovate UK to work with He-Man Dual Control Ltd on electronic engineering.

 

Maritime, Technology and Environment Research and Creative and Digital Industries Collaborative Funding Awards

Name  Awarding BodyAmount Granted Research Project 
Kalin Penev Innovate UK £48,087

Kalin Penev has been awarded a £48,087 Knowledge Transfer Partnership from Innovate UK to work with Five Rivers Child Care Ltd on app development.

Jing Lu and Tim Jackson Innovate UK  £49,065

Jing Lu and Tim Jackson have successfully completed a £49,065 Knowledge Transfer Partnership from Innovate UK to work with the Merchant Navy Welfare Board on portal development and training of users.

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