On 16 & 17 November, the IRT Jules Verne welcomed the 37 partners of the RAMSSES project from 11 European countries. These two days marked the end of four years of research and development on the project. As a reminder, the objective of the RAMSSES project was to develop advanced solutions for sustainable and efficient ships by building 13 industrial demonstrators.




In this project, Jules Verne Institute worked jointly with Chantiers de l’Atlantique to design and test a 6-sided structural passenger cabin concept, light and flexible.


On 17 November 2021, the results of the project were presented to partners including European Comission. The results were convincing and led to exciting presentations and lively discussions.


Overall, the two days were an opportunity to discuss innovative and pioneering solutions in the challenging maritime industry with leading industry representatives from across Europe.


Beyond the positive results on the project, the event was a success on a social level. These two days of face-to-face meetings allowed the project members to get together and share convivial moments after two years of confinement in compliance with the health measures in force. Everyone was delighted to meet again “in real life”.


To learn more about the project : https://www.ramsses-project.eu/

To read the factsheet project : here