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Jury Chairman Roger Lean-Vercoe said Hakim’s “well-presented design showed strong, innovative and attractive lines, which were accompanied by an extremely well-drawn general arrangement plan and an appealing interior design.” Image courtesy Feadship

Hakim Wins Feadship Young Designer Award

within the yachting industry and are informed of new technology. We want to encourage a generation of open-minded, new people who are not yet in a design straitjacket to join and excel in the yachting industry.”Winner Pradipta R. Hakim is a student at Indonesia’s Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology, a public university located in Surabaya, East Java, with a strong emphasis on science, engineering, and innovation, especially areas that support industry and the maritime sector. In addition to opportunities throughout the year to visit Feadship and superyacht shows, Hakim also wins a

Jeff Snyder (Photo: VideoRay)

VideoRay Names Snyder Director of Applications Engineering, Integration and Testing

Jeff Snyder as its new Director of Applications Engineering, Integration and Testing.Snyder began his career with a degree from Duke University before serving as a special operations officer for the US Navy. After his service with the US Navy, he earned a graduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Now a highly seasoned marine technology professional, Snyder brings to VideoRay over two decades of expertise garnered from leadership and field positions at robotics and technology organizations such as SeaVision Underwater Solutions, L3 Harris-Oceanserver, and Terradepth.With VideoRay&rs

David Horne (Photo: HII)

Horne Named VP of Trades at Newport News Shipbuilding

working to strengthen across the entire organization,” Boykin shared.A 1989 honors graduate of the NNS’ Apprentice School, Horne holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Christopher Newport University and a master’s degree in engineering management from Florida Institute of Technology

Source: MPA

Singapore Announces Maritime Scholarship Awards

application of artificial intelligence and new technologies to make ship and engine designs more intelligent, efficient, and green,” said Ho Soo Jie, a recipient of MaritimeONE Scholarship 2023 doing a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at Singapore Institute of Technology.Seven Tripartite Maritime Scholarships (TMSS) were awarded this year, supported by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), the Singapore Maritime Officers’ Union, the Singapore Organisation of Seamen, and industry partners comprising Fleet Ship Management, NYK Shipmanagement

(Photo: STAR Center)

Career Moves: US Offshore Wind Powering Up

Pannell said that STAR’s TECH Apprentice Engineer Program, within the last 18 months, had its first female and first person of color apprentices complete the program and earn Coast Guard credentials.Klaus Luhta is assistant director of business development for MITAGS – Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies. In response to similar questions Luhta said MITAGS works with operators to create simulated navigation environments. He said that the Global Wind Organization (GWO) has developed a basic training suite of courses for personnel working on and around wind turbines. MITAGS

Roar Adland (Photo: SSY)

SSY Appoints Adland as Global Head of Research

.D, FICS) to the role of global head of research, effective May 2023.  Internationally recognized with over 20 years of professional experience, Adland has built an impressive reputation as one of the most pre-eminent shipping experts in the world today, gaining a Ph.D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and holding senior positions at the Norwegian School of Economics and Clarksons.“As evidenced by their recent acquisitions and strong performance, SSY is an incredibly ambitious organization with the will to invest the resources to bring their strong research team to pole position

Mark Heward (Photo: MITAGS)

Mark Heward Named Director at MITAGS

The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) announced that Mark Heward has joined its team as Director. Heward came aboard with MITAGS in October 2022, after retiring from a 22-year active service career in the Royal Navy.“We are thrilled to welcome Mark Heward aboard as the Director of MITAGS. Mark’s underway time, leadership, management and training experience together with being fully STCW qualified and his continuing education experience are a rare combination,” said Eric Friend, MITAGS Executive Director. “Mark’s wide range of experience and

Joseph Farrell, III and Lana Farrell (Photo: Resolve Marine)

Resolve Marine Announces New Leadership Roles

of the company’s Alaska and compliance divisions, shared resources (equipment, assets, and response depots), marketing and communications, and Resolve Academy.  He holds a B.S. in marine engineering from Massachusetts Maritime Academy, an M.S. in ocean engineering from Florida Institute of Technology, and an MBA from Cornell University.Lana Farrell, also a second-generation family member with the company and currently manager of talent development, will add responsibilities and lead the company’s alternative investments division with oversight of Resolve Academy, the company&rsquo

Todd Borkey (Photo: HII)

HII Names Borkey Chief Technology Officer

, C5ISR solutions, remote sensors, radars, sonars, and cyber/electronic warfare products. Earlier in his career, Borkey performed a range of engineering and management assignments within Northrop Grumman and AT&T Bell Labs. He has a master’s degree in engineering management from Stevens Institute of Technology and an undergraduate degree in applied mathematics

Ryan Hentschel (Photo: TSGI)

Hentschel Joins The Shearer Group, Inc.

The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI) announced a new addition to its naval architecture, marine engineering & marine surveying firm. Ryan Hentschel has joined TSGI as a naval architect.Hentschel holds a Naval Engineers degree and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His studies focused on naval construction and marine engineering with an emphasis in naval ship design, systems engineering, and DoD acquisition. He is also a certified Engineer-In-Training in the state of Texas.Prior to TSGI, Hentschel began his naval career at Texas A&M University

Kelleher to Succeed Tivnan as Ardmore Shipping CFO

. Earlier in his career, he served as a deck officer onboard U.S.-flag crude oil tankers and held management positions in both the cruise industry and with a leading naval architecture firm. Kelleher holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, an MS in Ocean Systems Management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BE in Naval Architecture from New York Maritime College. Kelleher serves as an Advisory Board Member to OrbitMI, an innovative technology firm offering advanced AI-based fleet performance management solutions."Bart brings to Ardmore a wealth of experience in shipping and related

Joseph Mele (Photo: MidAtlantic)

Joseph Mele Joins MidAtlantic Engineering Partners

, he served as Director of Land Development at K. Hovnanian Homes. Before that, he has also served as Director of Engineering at Dresdner Robin and as Director of Civil Engineering at Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers. He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology and is a licensed Professional Engineer, Planner, and Land Surveyor. He serves as Vice Chairman of his local Planning Board, trustee of his local Economic Development Corporation, and chairman of the Master Plan Committee among other organizations.

From left: Joe Farrell, III with Joe Farrell, Jr. (Photo: Resolve Marine)

Resolve Marine Announces Leadership Transition

, shared resources (equipment, assets, and response depots), marketing and communications, and Resolve Academy, the company’s firefighting and training division.Farrell holds a B.S. in marine engineering from Massachusetts Maritime Academy, an M.S. in ocean engineering from Florida Institute of Technology, and an MBA from Cornell University.Joe Farrell, Jr., Resolve Marine’s founder and CEO, said, “I am more than pleased to officially announce that my son Joe III will be transitioning to lead the organization that I founded nearly 40 years ago. His deep knowledge of this business

Beale Named VP of Human Resources & Trades at Newport News Shipbuilding

extensive knowledge of the nuclear standards and principles that Newport News is working to strengthen across the entire organization. Horne earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Christopher Newport University, a master’s degree in engineering management from Florida Institute of Technology, and is a Newport News Shipbuilding Apprentice School graduate.Beale, a second-generation shipbuilder, has served as vice president of trades since 2018 and before that, held positions of increasing responsibility within human resources over the past 18 years. Beale earned a bachelor&rsquo

Mike Rodriguez (Photo: MITAGS)

Rodriguez Appointed Interim Director of MITAGS

The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS) announced it has appointed Mike Rodriguez as interim director."I am pleased that Mike Rodriguez has agreed to take on the day-to-day administration of MITAGS' academic programs and courses as we begin the process of bringing onboard a new director,” said Eric Friend, MITAGS executive director. “Mike brings a wide range of experience and skills to our crew as we move our organization forward.”“I have been fortunate throughout my career to work with great people in education, labor, government and the

Jason K. Sutton (Photo: HII)

Sutton Named Chief Information Officer at Newport News

oversaw cyberspace and communications policy, resource advocacy and program management supporting 94,000 active-duty and civilian personnel worldwide.  Sutton also holds masters’ degrees in organizational leadership from Regent University and engineering management from the Air Force Institute of Technology

(Photo: Seaspan Shipyards)

Seaspan Shipyards Invests in Indigenous Marine Skills Training

will enable young urban Indigenous students to pursue new and exciting career opportunities in the growing marine industry in British Columbia.”Seaspan’s investment will support skills upgrading and technical training in welding and metal fabrication through the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Beginning in 2022, Seaspan’s investment will also help establish a Trades Sampler Program to introduce Indigenous high school students in five Lower Mainland districts to career opportunities in the trades. Seaspan’s investment will also support an annual $25,000 Seaspan

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