Satya Sahoo

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.

WMU Executive Board 21st Session Meets in London

The WMU Executive Board (EB) held its 21st Session at IMO Headquarters in London on 08 December 2017. It was preceded by meetings of the Endowment Fund Development and Investment Committees on 07 December 2017. Both Committees updated the EB members on progress made towards operationalizing the WMU Endowment Fund in 2018. Other agenda items included the new, results-based WMU Business Plan 2018-2019 and WMU's alignment with IMO's strategic objectives in the IMO Strategic Plan 2018-2023.

WMU Graduates at IMO Assembly

On 1 December, Mr. Kitack Lim, WMU Chancellor and Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, President of the World Maritime University (WMU), gathered with the WMU graduates in attendance at the 30th Session of the IMO Assembly.

Transport Canada and WMU strengthen partnership in support of Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan

In London on 29 November, Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, President of the World Maritime University (WMU), and Mr. Donald Roussel, Associate Assistant Deputy Minister, Safety and Security, Transport Canada (TC), signed two Memoranda of Understanding setting out the framework under which WMU will undertake two comparative studies:

1. An examination of best practices in the regulation of (salmonid) aquaculture service support vessels within the European Union (EU) and other significant salmon-producing states; and

Monica Canepa

Monica strong interests are focused on economy and transport policy and research activities related to this area. She is a specialist in economics of transport from theoretical and empirical point of view both. Scientific coordination of various conferences, many years of experience in the development and management of research projects for the University of Genoa. She is currently a Research Associate – Maritime Energy Management research Group at the World Maritime University, Malmo (Sweden)