In 2018, the World Maritime University (WMU) celebrates 35 years of excellence in postgraduate education, research and capacity building. Its parent organization, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrates its 70th anniversary. WMU will mark this milestone year with the inauguration of the WMU-Sasakawa Global Ocean Institute.
Professor of Logistics and Transport Economics at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. Key research areas include intermodal transport, shipping, regional logistics, dry ports and public-private cooperation. Major works include over 30 refereed journal articles, conference papers and book chapters related to intermodal transport, dry ports, economic modeling and public-private cooperation. I also act as senior advisor and consultant to many private and public actors in the logistics industry in especially Sweden.
On 11 January, Mr. Tomas Eneroth, Minister for Infrastructure, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation for Sweden, was welcomed to World Maritime University (WMU) by Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, WMU President. The purpose of the visit was to discuss the opportunities for further collaboration on a range of issues of common interest, in particular, with regard to UN Sustainable Development Goal 14 concerning the Ocean.
Satya is an Assistant Professor of Shipping Management and Finance at World Maritime University, Sweden. He teaches various modules in Shipping Management and Logistics (SML) and Port Management (PM) including Quantitative Methods and Market Analysis, Maritime Financial Management and Derivatives & Risk Management. Priory, he has taught various postgraduate, MBA and executive programmes in the UK and in India.