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Overview

Overview

The Campus mondial de la mer is France’s foremost community of experts in the study and economic development of the ocean

Our strength lies in the synergy between our network of academic, scientific, economic and institutional stakeholders working across marine science and technology and the wider maritime economy.

We work as part of a regional initiative in western Brittany, underpinned by active cooperation between Brest, Roscoff, Morlaix, Quimper and Concarneau.

Présentation Campus Mondial de la Mer

We aim to promote innovation and convert the existing concentration of marine science and technology expertise in Brittany into the creation of more companies and more jobs.

We work collaboratively to pool our equipment, grow our reputation and publicise the real gems in our shared ecosystem.

The rich, diverse and complementary nature of our community, alongside our deep regional roots, make the Campus a pioneering driver of the blue economy. Our shared values are community, ambition and excellence.

The activities which the Campus undertakes are based on its five aims:

5 missions du Campus Mondial de la Mer

1. Monitoring

Defining the Campus

  • Providing an observatory for the marine economy and for scientific output
  • Allowing access to our open scientific archives
  • Maintaining a presence on national and international bodies

Shaping future thinking

  • Organising an annual forward-planning meeting
  • Leading the Marine and Coastal Working Group as part of the region’s higher education research conference
  • Consulting micro-enterprises and SMEs to tailor measures to their needs

Providing intelligence

  • On local, national and international events
  • On partners’ international missions
  • On regional, national, European and international calls for projects in the marine sector
  • On scientific publications, patents, press articles and doctoral theses

2. Leading

Gathering regional stakeholders to focus on the future

  • Supporting ALLOHa, a collaborative initiative on sustainable oceans and big data
  • Assisting the structural development of the Blue Valley marine biotechnology project
  • Supporting the development of the Algae Cluster
  • Organising discussions on topics of interest to our stakeholders

Leading and supporting the community

Raising our international profile

3. Hosting

Events

  • Identifying relevant national, European and international events to host in our region
  • Mobilising the community to host national, European and international events (e.g. the Imber Open Science Conference 2019, European Maritime Day 2023)
  • Deploying the logistical resources available to host these events

Human resources and employee integration

  • Contributing to the debate about job security for researchers and engineers, particularly in the early stages of their careers
  • Coordinating the young researchers’ and engineers’ network
  • Designing a Campus welcome pack for new arrivals

4. Sharing

Major projects

  • Supporting the successful 70.8 showcase for maritime research and innovation in the technical and technology sectors
  • Contributing to the success of OceanoLab, widely showcasing maritime research and innovation devoted to the marine environment
  • Supporting the development of the shipbuilding industries campus, Campus des Industries Navales

Training

  • Running a training course on ‘Environmental Issues and Blue Economy’
  • Recording and detailing local, ocean-related basic training and continuous professional development
  • Collectively reviewing the maritime and international dimensions of the regional training strategy
  • Hosting the Campus des métiers et qualifications des industries de la mer in Brest

5. Promoting

  • Taking the lead on social media (Twitter, LinkedIn)
  • Issuing a monthly newsletter for the Campus community
  • Launching a Journal for global maritime innovation networks
  • Organising the Campus Assembly
  • Preparing for Sea Tech Week®, a flagship event for Campus held every two years
  • Maintaining a presence at key national and international maritime community events
  • Establishing an international network of Campus ambassadors
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29280 Plouzané
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