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.
  • Interested in Lighthouse trainee programme?
    The application period for Lighthouse trainee programme 2019/2020 is open until January 31.
  • 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.

News

Last week, The Swedish Confederation of Transport, came up with a report, and now comes a prestudy from Lighthouse.

Last week, Lighthouse was inducted into Waterborne - the EU's research and innovation platform for Waterborne industries.

She is an expert on marine fuels, but has no idea which one will apply in the future.

The introduction of smart ships and new technology can reduce global demand for sailors, who work with current technology, by 22 percent by 2040.

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