«Maritime Preparedness and International Partnership in the High North» (MARPART)
This project will contribute to increased understanding of the complexity of joint operations in the Arctic, the resources needed, and alternative organizational design and management tools for operational coordination and control.
The main objective of this project is to provide analytical concepts for the coordination of resources in joint Arctic operations and provide ideas for the inter-organizational structuring and cooperative processes of the government institutions, private companies and voluntary organizations that have operational responsibility in the High North.
The project is divided into three work packages:
WP 1. Future maritime activity level and risk patterns in the High North
WP 2. Institutional framework, governance, resources and institutional strategies within different sea regions
WP 3. Organizations and operational management structures linking cooperating institutions in joint maritime operations
The project runs from January 2014 to December 2016.
The project is funded by a grant from the University of Nordland, the Nordland County Administration and the Barents 2020 program of the Norwegian Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
The Lead Partner is The Centre for the High North at the University of Nordland.
The project includes researchers from all countries with responsibility for the maritime preparedness in the sea areas with borders to Norway. The following research partners will contribute to the project:
The University of Nordland
UNIS-The University Center of Svalbard
The University of Greenland
The University of Tromsø
Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Arkhangelsk, Russia
Murmansk State Technical University, Russia
The Norwegian Police University College
The Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies
The Norwegian Defence University College
MSTU academic staff and researchers involved in the project
The Head of the project -Iurii Iudin, Doctor of Engineering, Head of Marine Academy
Researchers – Sergey Kholichev, PhD student, Department of Navigation; Sergey Petrov, PhD student, Department of Navigation
Project Coordinator – Natalia Anikeeva, Head of International Cooperation Department
Updating date: 10.01.19