The organization of EMCIS 2015, taking place between the 1st and 2nd of June in Athens, Greece placed an open call for papers on of of its tracks, Green Information Systems. The purpose of this track is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange theoretical and practical knowledge on best practices of.. read more →

September 2014, Professor Habin Lee (Brunel University) conducts an Outreach Activity at the Istanbul Technical University by giving a presentation on the MINI-CHIP Project in order to make clear the intentions for its commencement and informing the students about the significance of Green Maritime Shipping. Maritime Shipping is one of the largest transportation and serves.. read more →

August 2014, Members of the MINI-CHIP consortium Master Levent and Master Baran from ARKAS, Mr. Ahmet Bilici from Promatech and Dr. Afshin Mansouri from Brunel University visited Marport Terminal Operators S.A. in Istanbul, Turkey to learn about Marport’s operation procedures and to exchange vital knowledge on maritime shipping operations. Marport Terminal Operators S.A. is located in Istanbul’s.. read more →

March 2014, http://www.eworldship.com/html/2014/ShipOwner_0313/83998.html Arkas Line, the only Turkish ship-owner company that is a member of the Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG), is supporting the “Mini-Chip” project, which was started by a joint effort between Arkas Line, Arkas Marine Fleet, PROMATECH Maritime Technology and Brunel University in London. Started with funds from the European Union, this project will take.. read more →