Haibin Wang works as a Research Associate at the Maritime Safety Research Centre of the University of Strathclyde. His main duty is focused on the project of Transport: Advanced and Modular (TrAM, Horizon 2020 project) to develop and validate of modular design and production methods mainly on electrically-powered vessels operating in protected waters with zero emissions. Haibin achieved his MEng degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering in University of Strathclyde in 2012, with a sound understanding of naval architecture, marine engineering and environment protection regulations, and undertook a series of naval architecture and marine engineering course. In 2017, he obtained the PhD degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering in this university by experimental testing and CFD simulating a carbon capture method to reduce the CO2 emission onboard ship in order to meet the IMO’s carbon emission reduction target by 2020. Before joining MRSC, he worked on an EU Horizon 2020 project for ship life cycle analysis including cost analysis and environment analysis in response to needs of SME naval architects, shipbuilders and ship-owners, who in order to survive in the world market.
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University of Strathclyde