The Workshop is jointly organized in virtual mode by the Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned & Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre) and the Committee on Capacity Development of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) during 8-9 November 2021.

The Advanced Master in Sustainable Blue Growth is jointly organized by the University of Trieste and the Italian National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics - OGS.

The Master will start in January 2022 and will be held in Trieste (or online, depending on the COVID-19 situation) in three sessions of 15 days each: March, June and September 2022.

Today is the very last day of the Deep Blue project! It has been an intense 18-months period, with trainings, internships, mobilities, knowledge sharing and skills development.  The Deep Blue team would like to thank all the participants and to say goodbye to the community.

The Deep Blue project Online Final Event | "Capacity Building and Euro-Mediterranean cooperation for a sustainable Blue Growth"

The Deep Blue project partners and participants of the activities implemented during the development of the project, will gather virtually together on the web in May 25th 2021 from 14:00-16:00 on our platforms. You can join us and discover our videos, results and testimonies through the registration form.

We look forward to have you on board!

Summary

Deep Blue Story #21 | Soukeina Tadoumant is a young researcher from Morocco who joined the Deep Blue onlie traineeship in collaboration with the Institute of Evolutionary Sciences of Montpellier (ISEM) based at the University of Montpellier. She specifically developed her project work on the climate transfer functions intended for North Western Africa. About the impact of this experience on her careers she says:

Deep Blue Story #20 | Otman El Ouaty is a young researcher from Morocco who took part to the online traineeship programme of the Deep Blue project cooperating with the Institute of Geography and Planning of the University of Nantes (France). He specifically worked on the integrated approach to the Nador coastal lagoon management. About his experience he says:

Deep Blue Story #19 | Alessia Rossi is a young researcher and professional from Italy who joined the Deep Blue online traineeship for a three-month experience in collaboration with the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (Spain). Her studies focused on sustainable blue growth tackling “Marine litter and Blue Economy: a case study in Mediterranean touristic areas”. She says: 

Deep Blue Story #18| Ghada Neji is a young researcher from Tunisia who run a three-month online traineeship with the National Council of Research – CNR Ismar, Italy. She developed a research study within the framework of Co-EVOLVE project in order to analyse  human activities and natural systems in Djerba island in Tunisia focussing on the sustainable development of tourism sector, environmental protection and climate change adaptation and mitigation.

About her experience she says:

Deep Blue Story #17| Wiem Bousella is a young researcher from Tunisia who implemented a three-month online project work with the University of Kyrenia in Cyprus. She developed her studies on Ecotourism, Biological Invasions and Biosecurity about “Fisheries diversification, best practice framework and monitoring of invasive species for the management of fishing and tourism in Kneiss Island”. About her Deep Blue experience she says:

Deep Blue Story #16| Esraa Abouelmaty  is a young Egyptian researcher who experienced the online three-month internship within the Deep Blue project. She collaborated with the University of Barcelona in Spain studying the “Genetic diversity of the commercial striped venus (Chamelea gallina) clam and smooth clam (Callista chione)”.  The proposed research aimed at putting a scientific data basis for the genetic variation among two commercial clams population across the Atlantic-Mediterranean area. She says: