INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE WORK TO IMPROVE RESEARCH QUALITY AND ENHANCE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Tahun 2016
A large scale joint research project is underway, with the aim of improving the efficiency of ship operations by providing a methodology and technology that can accurately quantify the emission and fuel usage penalty due to biofouling of the hull.
The research involves six different institutions from four countries (Australia, Denmark, Indonesia, and UK) bringing together universities, a passenger ship company, a manufacturer of anti-fouling coatings, and the Indonesian Classification Society. Here the importance of individual role and contributions from each institution are discussed. The six participants in general represent academic, industrial, and an independent party that promote of safety of life, property and the environment as well as to support policy makers, each with different objectives and interests that are interconnected. This paper will explains the importance of collaboration and satisfying individual objectives from
each field in order to achieve the collaborative overarching aim
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