Brest métropole océane urban council is organising the 9th consecutive
SEA TECH WEEK, an international marine science and technology event.
Brest is setting a benchmark worldwide in the field of oceanographic research and marine technology, and has created an event to match its reputation by bringing to the city every two years leading experts in various marine-related disciplines.
2012 attracted a total of 1 200 conference-goers.Read more about Sea Tech Week...
From 13th to 17th October 2014, SEA TECH WEEK invites you to discover the following event :
The last edition hosted 16 conferences and workshops on following themes :
and attracted a total of 1200 conference goers !Sea Tech Week 2012
Events not to be missed :
1 000 m2 of exhibition space at the heart of the international conference,
will carter for business and research labs working at the forefront of marine technology.
Demonstration sessions will showcase the latest industry products and innovations.
Join us in SEA TECH WEEK 2014 to showcase your latest technology and promote your business.
Brest is recognised as the foremost European centre and a leading centre worldwide for marine science and technology.It is home to the majority of marine-related French education and research and development bodies: Ifremer, SHOM (French naval hydrography and oceanography service), IUEM (European University Institute of the Sea) and Labex MER, the Paul-Emile Victor Polar Institute, the Agence des Aires Marines Protégées (French agency for marine conservation areas), Pole Mer Bretagne, France Energies Marines Institute of Excellence, Technopole Brest-Iroise, the Ecole navale (French Naval College), and others.Furthermore, Brest was the driving force behind the creation of RITMI, an international network which brings together maritime territories seeking to exploit the blue economy for local development. The network’s first symposium was held at Qingdao in October 2013. The second will take place as part of Sea Tech Week 2014. With its international airport and conference and tourism facilities, Brest is ideally placed to host major scientific events, particularly those relating to the sea.
Brest-Bretagne international airport is close to the city centre and welcomes daily flights from Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle and Paris-Orly, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nice and Marseille.It also receives regular flights from London, Birmingham and Southampton.If coming by rail, several high-speed trains serve the city from Paris and Rennes.
Tourism information www.brest-metropole-tourisme.fr/en/
Coming by plane www.brest.aeroport.fr
Coming by train www.voyage-sncf.com