The SDU Maritime Research Platform was established in 2022 based on a donation from A/S Dampskibsselskabet Orient’s Fond. The platform consists of maritime research projects in four faculties across the University of Southern Denmark, mostly PhD and Postdoc projects, and the platform has a special focus on the offshore cluster in the Southern Region of Denmark.
All projects in the SDU Maritime Research Platform are related to work packages that are rooted in strong research groups across the university. At the same time, researchers in the platform meet regularly to discuss their research in a highly interdisciplinary setting. The platform also has a strong focus on relations to the industry.
1. Business History: Development of Maritime Clusters
2. Business Strategy and Logistics
3. Vessel Motion and Vibrations: Crew Health, Safety and Work Environment
4. Performance Analysis – Energy Efficiency and Maintenance
5. Co-Creation of Maritime Regulation
6. Risk Governance Framework for the Energy Island
Marie Lützen (project coordinator) (Engineering), Niels Rytter (Engineering), Kristina Maria Siig (Social Science), Lisa Loloma Froholdt (Health Sciences) and Jeppe Nevers (Humanities).
Lisa Loloma Froholdt
Timeplan and economy
The project lifetime is 1 October 2022-30 September 2026. The project is mainly funded by the Orient Foundation, but it is also in part internally funded.