For a sustainable maritime sector

Lighthouse is focusing on long-term development, research and innovation by; creating collaborative research and networking platforms, providing support and resources for maritime research, creating interest for maritime research. Read more here.

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This is what we do

Lighthouse is focusing on long-term maritime development, research and innovation. Read about our work and our vision.
  • What is Lighthouse?
    Lighthouse gathers leading maritime stakeholders through Triple-Helix collaboration between industry, society, academy and institutes for research, development and innovation within the maritime sector. Read more about what we do and our prioritised areas.
  • Lighthouse Postdoc
    Lighthouse postdoctoral programme is a unique programme with five postdocs at four different universities.
  • Lighthouse Reports
    As part of our work towards a sustainable maritime sector, Lighthouse initiates and coordinates relevant research and innovation based on the needs of industry and society.
  • Funding opportunities
    Lighthouse gathers a number of funding possibilities for maritime research, innovation and development. For students, researchers and companies. The lists are updated regularly, so check in often.
  • Interested in Lighthouse trainee programme?
    In december the application period for Lighthouse trainee programme 2019/2020 opens.

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Water transit is the public transport form that increases mostly in Sweden's two largest cities. Still, it's sluggish.

After a year with the Lighthouse trainee programme, Claes Tretow has begun his employment at Stena Teknik.

PortCDM, part of the Sea Traffic Managment project, STM, has described in a new concept note, how Port CDM can handle financial claims and unpaid p

Foto: Göteborgs Hamn

Collaboration, innovative systems and shared resources can lead to better utilisation of short sea shipping and lead to increased intermodality.

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