Oceans cover the majority of our planet. They have a significant influence on shaping the climate, generate 80% of the world's oxygen, and provide habitat for countless species. But they also provide food, energy, and a variety of raw materials that are essential for our modern society.
Only through the synergy of a comprehensive understanding of the ocean ecosystem through excellent research, and a sustainable use of the marine habitat through innovative technologies at the highest level, lies the key to reconcile ecology and economy.
The Ocean Technology Campus aims to strengthen the German marine technology by opening up important markets and providing impulses for a worldwide knowledge-based sustainable use of the oceans. Therefore, Rostock – one of Germany's most traditional maritime locations with an exceptionally high density of marine and maritime research – is the best location.
When maritime technologies meet creative industries...a very special Demo Day is born.
It will take place on September 28 from 2 p.m. at the Warnow Valley Lab (Alte Knabenschule - Friedhofsweg 44, 18057 Rostock).
All people and institutions who would like to get to know innovative technical solutions on the topics of water, the sea and the deep sea in a pleasant atmosphere are invited: at information stands, at lectures and in discussions, but also at the Gründungswerft regulars' table, with which the event will conclude from 7 p.m.
With all these offers, the organisers, the Ocean Open Lab of the Ocean Technology Campus Rostock and the Warnow Valley Lab, would like to show Rostock technology enthusiasts of all ages what is happening in the field of marine technologies.
Feel free to drop by!
OceanCon2022 on 14.11. - 15.11.2023
At the ROSTOCK OCEAN CONVENTION Rostock, participants from business, science and politics will discuss current developments, trends and projects in digital underwater technology.
We support you in the development of your idea, advise on topics such as founding and licensing and provide helpful contacts in our network.
At the Ocean Technology Campus Rostock you will meet our transfer experts, e.g. Uwe von Lukas (Fraunhofer IGD), Martin Priesel (Forschungsverbund MV), Regine Labrenz (Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde) and Lars Worm (Universität Rostock Service GmbH).