Search and rescue in the Atlantic Ocean

CMCC Foundation has simulated possible trajectories of objects in the water for the incident at sea occurred in the Atlantic  where two Italian sailors, who were onboard Bright, the Oceanis 473 Clipper, are missing since the 3rd of May. DAILY UPDATES […]

Marine litter in the Mediterranean: a snapshot of the CMCC research

What are the main trajectories of plastics at sea? Where do plastics come from, and where do they accumulate? A research realized in the framework of AMAre project and lead by CMCC researcher Svitlana Liubartseva identified the transport and fate of plastic marine debris in the Mediterranean Sea with the aim to find solutions to this key issue […]

Ocean: new insights to understand ocean and climate variability

A research that paves the way for the development of a new, more integrated and strengthened ocean forecast capability. A frontier-resolution representation of the global ocean circulation delivered by ROMEO, the new PRACE project coordinated by CMCC researcher Dorotea Iovino, will allow us to advance our knowledge on oceanic mesoscale dynamics and its role in climate evolution […]

Young professionals in the field of operational oceanography

The state, variability and dynamics of the ocean and marine ecosystems for the global ocean and the European regional seas: the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service CMEMS presented by CMCC researchers Gianandrea Mannarini, Rita Lecci and Ivan Federico […]

Copernicus Marine Week

A major event to present Copernicus Marine Service activities and achievements and discuss its future plans. The registration deadline is August 31, 2017 […]

World Oceans Day – Discovering applications and new technologies for the sea

The CMCC Foundation and Links Management and Technology S. p. A. in collaboration with the Ocean Literacy Italia initiative, presents 4 online tools for the sea situational awareness: SeaConditions, Visir®, OCEAN-SAR and WITOIL. Participate to the free web meeting on June 8th, 2017, from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. […]

Oceans: studying the past to better understand the future

A research that opens the way for the development of a new, more accurate operational short-term ocean forecast system. From a study by the CMCC Foundation, new techniques to improve our understanding of the sea […]

Safe and efficient navigation in the Mediterranean Sea

How to find the best nautical routes to sail in the Mare Nostrum? The answer is VISIR, a system developed thanks to the collaboration between advanced research and users. Designed for various kinds of both motor- and sailboats, the system is now available online and as a mobile application on Google Play and Apple Store. Two studies recently published describe its features, functionalities and the science at its basis […]

Workshop on Mediterranean Advanced Modelling

On November 15, 2016, in Split, Croazia, the MONGOOS workshop on recent progress and strategies on ocean and coastal modelling. Participations of teams not involved in opearational oceanography are welcome […]

Second Level Master in Marine Sciences: Ocean Physics and Technology

An advanced preparation in Oceanography and Marine Technologies. A specific high level training focused on the numerical methods of simulating the ocean environment, ocean monitoring and forecasting. Pre-registration is open, full registration at UNIBO will be open in September 2016 […]

Optimal ship routing for crossing the Atlantic

CMCC researcher G. Mannarini will give a seminar at MIT to illustrate the work to develop a numerical model that calculates the efficient and safe routes for a vessel to take across the Atlantic Ocean while presenting the preliminary results of the AtlantOS project […]

New study reveals where MH370 debris more likely to be found

A team of CMCC scientists used the location of confirmed debris from MH370 to determine where the airliner might have crashed. The study is published in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences […]

Discovering the Gulf of Taranto with MREA 2016

The campaign designed, planned and coordinated by the Italian Navy Hydrographic Institute in collaboration with CMCC Foundation, CNR, INGV, University of Bologna. On board of the hydro-oceanographic ship Aretusa, sophisticated tools and devices to collect information on environmental conditions that can be useful to plan and manage operations at sea […]

Students at the CMCC at the cutting edge of scientific research, innovation and technologies

School and work get closer and closer thanks to the “alternanza-lavoro” project. Twenty-two high school students from Lecce, Italy, attended their experience of company insertion at CMCC Foundation premises with high profile expertises and research […]

Quality research’s influence strong in America’s Cup return to roots

The CMCC Foundation and Stevens Institute of Technology contribute forecasting and modeling, yacht design expertise to the world’s premier racing event. The app NY SeaConditions developed at the Ocean-Lab featured on the American Fox 5. Watch the video […]