DAAAM SUMMER SCHOOL
DAAAM Summer School offers a collection of interactive short-term academic courses designed to provide an intensive and extended look at your topic of study. Here, you can expand your learning beyond the classroom, explore new scientific areas and get incomparable and challenging experience!
The program will bring together motivated international Bachelor and Masters Students as well as young professionals who wish to advance in their area of interest and gain practical skills.
Our team of lectors consists of bright scholars and recognized professionals, who are looking forward to inspire their students, give them possibilities to see industry from another perspective and proactively extend their network. All courses are taught in English.
Univ.Prof. Rtd. Dr.sc. Dr.mult.h.c. Prof.h.c. Branko Katalinic
President of DAAAM International
Dr. techn. Dipl.-Ing. Ilya Kukushkin
Executive Director of DAAAM Summer School
Em. o. Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr techn. Dr. h.c. mult. Prof. h.c. Heinz Brandl
President of Austrian Society of Engineers and Architects – ÖIAV — 1848
Prof. Dr. Zoran Tomic
Rector, University of Mostar
Mag.ing. mar. eng. Svetko Perkovic
Director of Maritime High School Zadar
Prof. Dr. Ivo Colak
Vice Rector, University of Mostar
FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Prof h.c. Fritz Schmöllebeck
Rector, Vienna University of Applied Science
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Ante Uglesic
Head of Archeology Department, University of Zadar
The purpose of DAAAM International is to provide a world forum for engineers, scientists and industrial managers to present and discuss the current status and impact of advanced manufacturing and automation.
During the last thirty years, the activities of DAAAM International have been supported by more than 15.000 scientists and experts from over fifty countries all over the world. More info at daaam.info
conducted in undergraduate, graduate, integrated, and postgraduate studies.
The University makes strategic decisions to promote the development of science, curriculum, professional work and augmentation plans for external partners in scientific activities and higher education.
More than 4000 students are proud of having the school’s diploma. The school today trains students in three main epartments: Nautical department, Marine engineering department and Technician for logistics and shipping
The courses in the Maritime High School Zadar comply with the STCW standards of navigation and have to meet all the requirements set by IMO (International Maritime Organization).