ISSN: 2147-2955 / E-ISSN: 2148-9386
Volume : 9 Issue : 3 Year : 2021


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ABSTRACTING & INDEXING

Editorial Board

Editorial Board

OWNER, ON BEHALF OF UCTEA THE CHAMBER OF MARINE ENGINEERS
Feramuz AŞKIN
UCTEA Chamber of Marine Engineers, Chairman of the Board
[email protected]

Feramuz AŞKIN graduated from Maritime School of Marine Engineering, Department of Management Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey in 1979. He worked as a third engineer, second engineer, and chief engineer at different types of merchant vessels between 1979 and 1985. He owned a group of companies, which is still active in the maritime industry, including ship owning, ship management, workshop, software, antique ship, and scrapyard, among others. He has undertaken different tasks within the UCTEA Chamber of Marine Engineers since 2002 and has been the chairman of the Chamber since 2006. In his time, he has been chairman of several national and international maritime congresses.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Prof. Dr. Selçuk NAS
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Education and Training, İzmir/Turkey
0000-0001-5053-4594
[email protected]
+90 232 - 4128803 - 8803

Prof. Dr. NAS graduated from Istanbul Technical University, Maritime Faculty, in 1991. He worked as an officer and a chief officer at different types of merchant vessels between 1991 and 1999. He received his MS degree in maritime business and management in 1999 and his PhD degree in 2006. He focused on “decision-making” and “risk management in maritime industry” during his doctorate studies. He provided consultancy service to harbor pilotage organizations regarding risk assessment concerning ship maneuverings in harbors. Since 1995, he has been teaching maritime transportation engineering courses as a full-time lecturer in Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty. Moreover, he has been teaching research techniques courses in postgraduate programs. He served as the vice dean of Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, from 2010 to 2016. He has been a board member of UCTEA Chamber of Marine Engineers since 2012. Now, he is working as a full-time professor in Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty. He is a specialist on bridge simulators-based research and waterway, port, and harbors designs.
DEPUTY EDITOR
Asst. Prof. Dr. Remzi FIŞKIN
Ordu University Faculty of Marine Sciences, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, Ordu/Turkey
0000-0002-5949-0193
[email protected]
+90 507 474 24 50

Dr. FIŞKIN graduated from Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, in 2010. After completing his BS degree, he worked for a while in merchant vessels and then worked as a research assistant at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty. He received his PhD degree in marine transportation engineering from Dokuz Eylül University. In 2018, he was awarded a fellowship from the Scientific and Technology Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) to work as a research fellow at Norwegian University of Science Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. Since 2019, he has been an assistant professor at Ordu University, Faculty of Marine Sciences, Marine Transportation Engineering Department. His research interests mainly encompass marine accident analysis, ship collision avoidance route planning and optimization, ship domain, decision support systems, and autonomous and unmanned surface vehicles. He authored many peer-reviewed articles in national and international journals. He is a member of the Chamber of Marine Engineers (Turkey) and the Association of Maritime Education Program Evaluation and Accreditation (Turkey).

SECTION EDITORS

MARINE TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING SECTION EDITORS
Prof. Dr. Ender ASYALI 
Maine Maritime Academy, Marine Transportation Operations, Castine Maine/United States
0000-0002-4747-5391
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. ASYALI holds BS degree in maritime transportation engineering, MS degree in maritime transportation and management engineering from Istanbul Technical University, and PhD degree in maritime policy from Istanbul University. Dr. Asyali had served as founder head of Marine Engineering Department at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, between 2002 and 2014. In 2017, Dr. Asyali joined the MMA Marine Transportation Department. Dr. Asyali has been serving in the maritime education and training domain since 1998. He is also an STCW Unlimited Master Mariner license holder. His teaching and research interests are in safety, human factor in shipping, organizational behavior, marine environmental management, oil pollution prevention and response, bridge resources management, electronic navigation, and simulator-based navigation education and training.
Prof. Dr. Özkan UĞURLU 
Ordu University Faculty of Marine Science, Department of Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering, Ordu/Turkey
0000-0002-3788-1759
[email protected]

Dr. UĞURLU received MS and PhD degrees from Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey, in 2006 and 2011, respectively. He is an associate professor of the Faculty of Marine Science at Ordu University. He has completed the supervision of 14 MS and 2 PhD degrees in the areas of marine transportation engineering. He currently has two PhD students and five MS students under his supervision in the research areas of maritime safety, accident analyses, human factor, simulation modeling, and seafarers. His research findings have been published in more than 30 refereed papers in risk, safety, maritime transportation, and marine engineering, including more than 20 (SCI/SSCI-cited) journal and 30 conference papers (11 h-index, more than 415 citations in Google Scholar).
Prof. Dr. Selçuk ÇEBİ 
Yıldız Technical University Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0001-9318-1135
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. ÇEBİ is currently a professor of industrial engineering at Yildiz Technical University. He received his PhD degree from Istanbul Technical University, Industrial Engineering Program, in 2010 and MS degree from Karadeniz Technical University, Mechanical Engineering Department, in 2004. His current research interests include customer-oriented product development, decision support systems, multiple criteria decision-making, and risk management. He has more than 50 articles published in international journal papers, having over 2000 total citations with related research topics. Now, he has joined the editorial board of the Recent Patents on Engineering journal.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Emre AKYÜZ
İstanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Transportation and Management, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0002-0071-9619
[email protected]

Dr. AKYÜZ, associate professor in maritime transportation engineering, is currently the head of graduate programs (MS, PhD) on maritime transportation engineering and the vice dean of the Maritime Faculty in the field of research and development (R&D) at Istanbul Technical University (ITU). He has various experiences with industrial works, which include working onboard as an ocean-going officer and ocean-going chief officer, maritime claim handler (P&I, H&M, Cargo insurance, War Risk, etc.), ship chartering and brokering, and ship operations (about 6 years industrial experience). Since 2012, he has been teaching maritime courses, maritime education and training auditing, and maritime participation, among others. He conducted two national projects as a researcher and four international EU-funded projects (Horizon 2020 EU project, LLP Leonardo Da Vinci Project). He is coordinator of one Erasmus+ EU project. He has published 4 book chapters, 38 scientific papers in reputable international journals (high impact factor), and more than 22 national/international conference papers in proceedings (h-index 17, more than 800 citations in WoS; 19 h-index, more than 1200 citations in Google Scholar). He has been supervising MSc and PhD studies on maritime risk assessment, maritime safety, human factor, human reliability, and maritime accident analysis.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Momoko KITADA 
World Maritime University, Department of Maritime Education and Training, Malmö/Sweden
0000-0001-6668-8563
[email protected]

Dr. KITADA, a former seafarer, joined World Maritime University (WMU) in 2011 and serves as an associate professor and secretariat of the WMU Women’s Association (WMUWA) since 2014. She has 16 years of research experience in women in the maritime and ocean sectors. Dr. Kitada teaches subjects in maritime education and training (MET) and social and human element of maritime energy management (MEM). She applies participatory design (PD) approach to teaching and research in the area of capacity building, sustainability, and innovation.
MARINE ENGINEERING SECTION EDITORS

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alper KILIÇ
Bandırma Onyedi Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Business Management and Ship Machines Operational Engineering, Balıkesir/Turkey
0000-0002-2700-9094
[email protected]

Dr. KILIÇ graduated from Istanbul Technical University (ITU), Maritime Faculty, Marine Engineering Department, in 2000. After working as a marine engineer on merchant ships, he completed his MS (2007) and PhD (2014) degrees in the field of maritime transportation engineering at the ITU Institute of Science and Technology. He is currently working as associate professor at Bandirma Onyedi Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Business Administration. His main academic fields of study include ship machinery, marine environment, air pollution from ships, marine accidents, maritime economics and maritime business management, dangerous goods transportation, ship and cargo safety, and occupational health and safety.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Görkem KÖKKÜLÜNK 
Yıldız Technical University Faculty of Naval Architecture and Maritime, Department of Marine Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0001-6788-2982
[email protected]

Dr. KÖKKÜLÜNK received his BS degree of marine engineering from Istanbul Technical University and MS. and PhD degrees of naval architecture and marine engineering from Yıldız Technical University. His research interests include energy efficiency applications on ships, performance monitoring and evaluation on ships, marine diesel engines, marine auxiliary machineries, energy conservation and management, alternative fuels, and energy systems. He has been a board member of the Chamber of Marine Engineers since 2016 and a general secretary from 2018 to 2020. He is now working as an associate professor in Yıldız Technical University, Naval Architecture and Maritime Faculty.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Fırat BOLAT
İstanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0001-9807-7089
[email protected]

Dr. BOLAT received his PhD in maritime transportation engineering from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) and is currently an assistant professor at ITU. He worked as a maritime expert for commercial shipping companies, and he was a state surveyor and vice harbor master of Istanbul at Turkish Maritime Administration before joining academia. He gives lectures on IMO, international maritime rules and regulations, ship surveying procedures, and ship power systems. He was acting as education certification director at the ITU Maritime Faculty. He is also a former seafarer and a graduate of World Maritime University (WMU) and Lloyd’s Maritime Academy - London on international maritime rules and regulations. He is the author of over national and international articles, and he is frequent reviewer to international publications.
Dr. Jing YU
Dalian Maritime University Maritime Faculty Engineering, Dalian/China
0000-0001-8228-7292
[email protected]

Dr. YU is an associate professor at Dalian Maritime University since 2015. She received her BS degree in mechanical engineering at Jilin University in 2007, MS degree in mechanical engineering at Lanzhou University of Technology in 2009, and PhD degree in mechanical engineering at Dalian University of Technology in 2014. She was one of the first batch students in maritime energy management (MEM) in World Maritime University and had her MS degree in 2017. She has 11 years of research experience in mechanical engineering and maritime energy management. She has got four research funds from national and provincial science administration of China as a principal investigator and participated in several research projects. She has published 25 research papers in the area of mechanical engineering. She also served an assistant of IMO Council Chair in 2018–2019.
Dr. José A. OROSA 
University of A Coruña, Department of Navigation Science and Marine Engineering, Galicia/Spain
0000-0002-8384-908X
[email protected]

Dr. OROSA received his BS and MS degrees in marine engineering at the University of A Coruña (UDC), BS in naval architecture (UDC), and BS in mechanical engineering (UNED). The collaboration with different research groups led to the publication of some works in Q1-D1 journals, which belong to the top 25 hottest papers. With an h-index of 19, he was appointed as editor-in-chief and editorial board member of different JCR journals like Sustainable Cities and Society (Q1) and Applied Sciences (Q2), among others. Moreover, he was identified as the second most relevant researcher between 2006 and 2016 in sustainability and energy efficiency. This whole teaching and research career has culminated in his appointment as head of the Department of Energy and Propulsion (UDC) and of the research group with the same name. As head of the department, and under the need to maintain existing research topics, he has been leading research projects and doctoral theses.
MARITIME BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SECTION EDITORS

Prof. Dr. Soner ESMER 
İskenderun Technical University Faculty of Barbaros Hayrettin Naval Architecture and Maritime, Hatay/Turkey
0000-0002-0614-7818
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. ESMER is the dean of Barbaros Hayrettin Naval Architecture and Maritime Faculty, Iskenderun Technical University, and a professor at Maritime Faculty, Dokuz Eylül University. He obtained his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in maritime business administration, specializing in maritime and port management. In addition, he gives lectures and supervises academic dissertations in logistics and supply chain management. His research primary motivation sources are current developments, including discussions in logistics, maritime transport, and port management. He took part in many public works, including transportation coastal structures and tourism coastal structures master plan studies, development plan transportation specialization commissions, and integrated coastal plans. Dr. ESMER is currently working as an author, researcher, book and journal editor, columnist, and reviewer in scientific journals. He is fluent in English.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Çimen KARATAŞ ÇETİN 
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Busıness Administration, İzmir/Turkey
0000-0003-1867-9982
[email protected]

Dr. KARATAŞ ÇETİN graduated from Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, in 2002. She started to work as a lecturer at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, in 2004 and completed her MS degree in the same year. She became assistant professor in 2012 and associate professor in management and strategy in 2018. Since 2004, she has been giving lectures on port and maritime business and management. She has conducted various maritime and port-related projects. She continues her academic studies at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Business Administration.
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE SECTION EDITORS

Prof. Dr. Ahmet TAŞDEMİR
Piri Reis University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Engineering, İstanbul, Turkey
0000-0002-7414-2525
[email protected]

Ahmet Taşdemir was born in 1960. He is currently married and has two children. He speaks German and English. He completed his high school education in Gaziantep M. Rüştü Uzel Technical High School in 1978 as a Mechanical Technician. In 1987, he graduated from Hamburg University Shipbuilding Institute as Dipl. Ing. In 1988, he started working at the Military University of Munich to do his doctorate. After successfully completing his doctorate study on “Experimental and Numerical Determination of the Free Water Surface” in 1996, he returned to the University of Hamburg, where he started to work as a faculty member responsible for hydrodynamic measurements in the wind tunnel.

At the University of Hamburg, he worked on numerical calculation and experimental determination of hydrodynamic values such as velocity, pressure and free water surface around various ships. In his experimental studies, he carried out many experimental studies in the field of hydrodynamics, using the Laser-Doppler-Anemometer for water and velocity distribution measurements around the ship and Stereophotogrammetry methods for determining the free water surface. Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşdemir has been working as the Head of Piri Reis University Maritime Faculty, Marine Machinery Management Engineering since October 2016.
Prof. Dr. Ercan KÖSE 
Karadeniz Technical University Faculty of Marine Science, Department of Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, Trabzon/Turkey
0000-0002-3874-6516
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. KÖSE graduated from Karadeniz Technical University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, in 1983. He received his MS degree in the Marine Technology Department between 1988 and 1991 in Newcastle, England. He completed his PhD at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, in 1994. He is currently working as a faculty member at the Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department, Karadeniz Technical University.
Assoc. Prof. Dimitrios KONOVESSIS
Singapore Institute of Technology, Department Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering and Offshore Engineering, Singapore
0000-0003-0085-4690
[email protected]

Prof. KONOVESSIS has more than 20 years of experience in naval architecture and ship design research. His expertise covers the development of probabilistic and risk-based approaches for design and regulations based on modeling, simulations, and real-world data. He is the main contributor of a formal safety assessment (FSA) pilot study for RoPax and one of the contributors for another FSA study for tankers, submitted to IMO’s MSC and MEPC. He has also led research combining the use of sensing and data analytics for vessel performance predictions, including the modeling of interactions between systems onboard vessels.
Dr. Rafet Emek KURT 
University of Strathclyde Faculty of Engineering, Department of Naval Architecture Ocean and Marine Engineering, Glasgow/United Kingdom
0000-0002-5923-0703
[email protected]

Dr. KURT is a senior lecturer and director of recruitment and internationalization in the Department of Naval Architecture Ocean and Marine Engineering, University of Strathclyde. His current research focuses of maritime human factors. Specifically, Dr. Kurt works on human risk-informed design, experimental investigation of human performance, marine accidental learning, resilience engineering, and maritime workarounds (“work as imagined” vs “work as done”). He is currently a committee member in International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress (ISSC), investigating the development of human factor-informed ship design criteria. Dr. Kurt has been involved in various research and KE projects. His expertise is globally recognized in ship recycling and end-of-life management of marine assets.
Dr. Sefer Anıl GÜNBEYAZ
University of Strathclyde Faculty of Engineering, Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering, Glasgow/United Kingdom
0000-0002-5624-1845
[email protected]

Dr. GÜNBEYAZ is a chancellor’s fellow (lecturer) at NAOME. His main body of research relates to ship recycling. He obtained his PhD through research into the design of ship recycling yards and their optimization using a simulation tool to develop a framework for this purpose. In addition to his research in yard design and optimization, he took part in several projects related to ship recycling including but not limited to Development of Sustainable ship recycling industry in Indonesia (British Council funded), Development of Framework for Sustainable Decommissioning, Sustainable and Safe Ship Recycling in Bangladesh (Scottish Funding Council), and Identification and Valuation of Equipment and Materials for Reuse, Remanufacturing and Recycling on Marine Assets. In addition to research, he is also actively developing training for ship recycling workers through the IMO SENSREC and Boat DIGEST projects.
COASTAL AND PORT ENGINEERING EDITOR

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kubilay CİHAN 
Kırıkkale University Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Hydraulics, Kırıkkale/Turkey
0000-0002-0177-4345
[email protected]

Dr. CİHAN graduated from Yıldız Technical University, Department of Civil Engineering, in 2001. After completing his undergraduate studies, he obtained his MS and PhD degrees in coastal and port engineering program in Yıldız Technical University. He worked as a research assistant at Yıldız Technical University between 2005 and 2014 and had the associate professor title in 2014. He continues his academic career as an associate professor at Kırıkkale University since 2014.
LOGISTIC AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SECTION EDITOR

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ceren ALTUNTAŞ VURAL 
Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Technology Management and Economics, Division of Service Management and Logistics, Göteborg/Sweden
0000-0001-8785-7047
[email protected]

Dr. ALTUNTAŞ VURAL is an associate professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. She received her MS degree in total quality management and PhD in business administration at Dokuz Eylül University, Izmir, Turkey. She worked for the transportation and logistics industry from 2002 to 2009. Her research interests include industrial marketing, sustainability, corporate social responsibility, supply chain management, logistics services, container shipping, and maritime logistics.
EDITORIAL BOARD

Prof. Dr. Ersan BAŞAR 
Karadeniz Technical University, Surmene Faculty of Marine Sciences, Department of Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering, Trabzon/Turkey
0000-0002-1458-4102
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. Ersan Başar works as a Professor in the Department of Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering at Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey. He worked as an officer at different types of merchant vessels between 1994 and 1995.In 2003, he defended his doctoral dissertation titled "Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Oil Spill after Tanker Accidents in the İstanbul Strait." After this study, he carried out studies on ship accidents and subsequent marine pollution in the Black Sea and the Turkish Straits System. He has many scientific publications on risk analysis in ship accidents, oil pollution, and emergency management. Besides, he did post-doctoral studies at British Columbia University in Canada in 2005, where he carried out research on oil-spill and emergency response methods at sea. Mr. Başar participated in Turkish Antarctic Expeditions TAE I, II, III, and IV organized in 2017-2020, during when he carried out scientific projects on marine pollution.
Prof. Dr. Masao FURUSHO 
Kobe University, Japan Director of the National Institute of Technology, Oshima Maritime College, Japan
0000-0001-7085-7593
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. Capt. Masao FURUSHO graduated from Kobe University of Mercantile Marine (KUMM) nautical department in 1978. After 10 years of onboard experience as an officer of the training ships which belongs to the national institute for sea training, Ministry of transport, he shifted to KUMM as an associated professor. He used to be a long-term expert of JICA(Japan International Cooperation Agency) for 2 years in Istanbul, Turkey. The research topics are shown under; *Seamanship *Look-out *Ergonomics *Human factors *Traffic Psychology *Risk perception The name of my sailing yacht (30ft) is “Cat’s Paw”.
Prof. Dr. Metin ÇELİK 
İstanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Machinery Management Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0003-0107-1380
[email protected]

Prof. Dr. Çelik, received his BSc (2003) in Marine Engineering at ITU. He received his MSc (2006) and PhD (2009) in Maritime Transportation Engineering from Graduate School of Istanbul Technical University. He conducted risk-based decision-making studies as international visiting scholar of LJMU, UK and attended to short term studies in Japan and Finland. He has published 2 book chapters, 50+ SCI/SSCI indexed journal papers (h-index 22; 1400+ citations in Wos/WoK; 1600+ citations in Scopus) and 50+ international conference papers. He involved into 11 maritime research/technology projects in Coordinator (1), Researcher (6), Advisor (4) positions. Professor Celik has been featured among the World’s Top 2% Scientists List, according to a Stanford University ranking study, published in 2020. His main research topics include marine engineering, safety analysis, human/system reliability, competency monitoring, maintenance modelling and operations analytics.
Prof. Dr. Nikitas NIKITAKOS 
University of the Aegean School of Business, Department of Shipping Trade and Transport, Mytilene/Greece
0000-0003-0808-0247
[email protected]

He is a graduate of Hellenic Naval Academy (1980) and holds a B.Sc. in Economics (University of Piraeus 1986) and 2 M.Sc. from Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA (M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and M.Sc. in Appl. Mathematics). He received a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (1996). He is Professor of Shipping Informatics and New Technologies at University of the Aegean. He is also visiting professor at Shanghai Maritime University, The World Maritime University - Sweden, Hangzhou Dianzi University - China (Honorary Doctorate) and Kaliningrad State Technical University (Honorary Doctorate). He holds ISPS, PMP and PMI-RPM, Prince2 certifications.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ghiorghe BATRINCA
Maritime University of Constanta Faculty of Navigation and Naval Transport, Department of Economic Engineering in Transports, Constanta/Romania
0000-0002-8216-4855
[email protected]

Gelu Batrinca is an Associate Professor in the Transport Management Department at the Constanta Maritime University where he has been a faculty member since 1992. He was the Dean of the Navigation and Maritime Transport Faculty between 2008 and 2012. Gelu completed his PhD at Academy of Economics Studies in Bucharest and his undergraduate studies at Constanta Maritime University (maritime transport) and Ovidius University of Constanta (economics). His research interests lie in the area of decision making in the shipping industry, big data in shipping and maritime informatics. Apart from his academic works, Gelu has also over 25 years of experience in the shipping industry holding also the position of Vice President of the Board of Directors of Constanta Port Administration. He is also an external expert for European Commission on projects related to maritime transport infrastructures.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marcella Castells-SANABRA
Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona School of Nautical Studies, Department of Nautical Science and Engineering, Barcelona/Spain
0000-0002-9038-3126
[email protected]

Dr. Marcella Castells-Sanabra is an associate professor at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Barcelona-Tech), Spain. She received her MS degree in Nautical and Maritime Transport Management and PhD in Nautical Sciences and Engineering. She is currently working as a faculty member and she is the coordinator of the Master’s degree in Nautical and Maritime Transport Management. Her research interests include maritime transport, ship stability, maritime environment, maritime education and route optimization (https://futur.upc.edu/MarcellaCastellsSanabra).
Assoc. Prof. Radu Hanzu-Pazara
Constanta Maritime University, Vice-Rector, Constanta/Romania
0000-0002-9578-5263
[email protected]

Dr. Radu Hanzu-Pazara is Associate Professor, Vice-Rector of Constanta Maritime University, Marine Transport field of expertize, Navigation and Navigation Security, Human Element, Maritime Economics, Risk Management, Navigation Safety, Maritime Cybersecurity, Innovative Ship Propulsion Systems, Green Ship, with more than 15 years in Teaching and research activities. The research activities were focus on topics regarding Human Element in Maritime Field, Innovative and Futuristic Teaching Teachniques, Maritime Economics, Crisis Management, Green Ship and Green Skills. As part of the research project team he covered positions as Manager/Director of several research projects with national and international partners. He is the author or co-author of over 80 papers published in different national or international journals or conference proceedings.
Dr. Angelica M BAYLON 
Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP), Central Luzon/Philippines
0000-0001-8330-2415
[email protected]

She holds four Master’s and two Ph.D. degrees, all earned with distinctions and grants. Her teaching and research expertise are in the field of Chemistry, Maths, Physics, Educational Administration, Shipping Business Management, Bioethics, Global Public Health, and Sustainability. Recognized in the Philippines as one of the scientific experts, she is in the Philippine Men and Women of Science http://www.science.ph/program/PMSVol27dec2013.pdf and in the Specialized Philippine reference for experts and scientists http://spheres.dost.gov.ph/sci-profile.php?i=001647. A member of the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP), she accomplished two funded projects that largely contributed to the adoption of significant policies for the shipping industry in the Philippines. Formerly a pioneer Executive Maritime Dean, Research & Extension Services Director, Prof. Baylon is currently MAAP External Relations Director.
Dr. Iraklis LAZAKIS 
University of Strathclyde Faculty of Engineering, Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering, Glasgow/United Kingdom
0000-0002-6130-9410
[email protected]

Dr. Iraklis Lazakis, CEng, MBA, FRINA, MSNAME, FHEA is a Reader at the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean, and Marine Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. He has extensive academic and industry experience working in UK and EU research and marine industry projects. His research interests include ship systems condition monitoring, systems maintenance and reliability, ship operations, risk analysis, shipyard manufacturing and productivity, and asset management. He is currently Chair at the ISSC Committee V.7 on Structural longevity.
GUEST EDITORS

Assoc. Prof. Charif MABROUKI 
Hassan 1st University Faculty of Sciences and Technology, Settat/Morocco
0000-0002-3700-764X
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Violeta ROSO 
Chalmers University of Technology, Division of Service Management and Logistics, Gothenburg/Sweden
0000-0002-4638-0219
Prof. Dr. Ömür Yaşar SAATÇIOĞLU
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Logistics Management, İzmir/Turkey
0000-0001-9054-2054
ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Res. Asst. Dr. Emin Deniz ÖZKAN
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, İzmir/Turkey
0000-0001-8489-4707
[email protected]

Dr. ÖZKAN graduated from Istanbul University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Maritime Transportation Management Engineering, in 2012, with an undergraduate degree. He completed his MS degree at Istanbul Technical University, Graduate School of Science, Engineering and Technology, Maritime Transportation Engineering Program, in 2014. He completed his PhD degree at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Maritime Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program, in 2020. Since 2013, he has been working as an academician at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering. His areas of expertise include simulation modeling in maritime transport, resource allocation in ports/terminals, and improvement of service levels in ports.
Res. Asst. Burak KUNDAKÇI
İskenderun Technical University Faculty of Barbaros Hayrettin Naval Architecture and Maritime, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, Hatay/Turkey
0000-0003-2294-0610
[email protected]

Burak KUNDAKÇI completed his BS degree from Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, in 2012. He started to work as a research assistant in İskenderun Technical University, Barbaros Hayrettin Naval Architecture and Maritime Faculty, in 2014, and he has been working at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, with temporaryassignment since 2015. He completed his MS degree at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Maritime Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program, in 2017. He has been continuing his PhD program at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Maritime Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program. His areas of expertise include maritime transportation and maritime traffic
Res. Asst. Coşkan SEVGİLİ
Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Management Engineering, Zonguldak/Turkey
0000-0003-3929-079X
[email protected]

Coşkan SEVGİLİ completed his BS degree from İstanbul University, Engineering Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Management Engineering, in 2009. After working with various container lines for about 3 years, he started to work as a research assistant at Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University, Maritime Faculty, in 2013. He has been working at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, with a temporary assignment since 2014. He completed his MS degree at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Marine Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program, in 2017. He has been continuing his PhD program at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Marine Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program. His areas of expertise include marine safety, bunkering, machine learning, and data mining.
Res. Asst. Elif ARSLAN
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, İzmir/Turkey
0000-0002-0347-395X
[email protected]

Elif ARSLAN graduated from Istanbul University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Maritime Transportation Management Engineering, in 2012, with an undergraduate degree. She completed her MS degree at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Maritime Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program, in 2017, and is currently a PhD candidate at the same institution. Since September 2014, she has been working as a research assistant at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering. Her areas of expertise include vessel traffic management and occupational health and safety.
Res. Asst. Gizem KAYİŞOĞLU
İstanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0003-2730-9780
[email protected]

Gizem KAYİŞOĞLU graduated from Istanbul Technical University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Transportation Management Engineering, in 2016, with an undergraduate degree. She also completed her double major undergraduate program on Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering at Istanbul Technical University in 2019. At the same time, she completed her MS degree at Istanbul Technical University, Institute of Sciences, Maritime Transportation Engineering Program, in 2019, and is a PhD candidate at the same institution. Since 2017, she has been working as a research assistant at Istanbul Technical University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering. Her main study topic is cybersecurity in maritime. Besides, statistical and risk assessment modeling on other study areas related with maritime transportation also take place between her studies.
  Res. Asst. Merve GÜL ÇIVGIN
İstanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Marine Engineering Department, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0003-2311-9293
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Merve GÜL ÇIVGIN graduated from Istanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Marine Engineering Department, in 2016, after completing her undergraduate education. She completed her MS degree in Istanbul Technical University, Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, in 2020. Since 2020, she has been continuing education as a PhD candidate in Istanbul Technical University, Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering. She has been working as a research assistant at the Department of Marine Engineering, Istanbul Technical University, since 2018. Her areas of interest (specialization) include marine engines and systems, energy efficiency in ships, and waste heat recovery systems.
Res. Asst. Ömer ARSLAN
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, İzmir/Turkey
0000-0002-0623-6714
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Ömer ARSLAN completed his BS degree from Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, in 2012. He completed his MS degree at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Maritime Security, Safety and Environmental Management Program, in 2016. He has been continuing his PhD program at Dokuz Eylül University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Maritime Safety, Security, and Environmental Management Program, since 2016. Since 2013, he has been working as an academician at Dokuz Eylül University, Maritime Faculty, Department of Marine Transportation Engineering. His areas of expertise include maritime transportation, maritime accident, and human factor.
Res. Asst. Pelin ERDEM
Piri Reis University Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Transportation & Management Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
0000-0003-0141-2499
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Pelin ERDEM is a research assistant in Piri Reis University, Department of Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering. She has also served as an officer for 4 years in containerships after she graduated from Karadeniz Technical University, Maritime Faculty. She holds an MS degree in maritime transportation and management engineering from the Dokuz Eylül University. She is a PhD candidate (all but dissertation) and continues her education at Istanbul Technical University, Graduate School of Science Engineering and Technology, Maritime Transportation Engineering Program, since 2017. Her research focuses on human factor, human error, human attitude and behavior, maritime safety, and maritime risk analysis.
ADVISORY BOARD

Prof. Dr. Ali Muzaffer FEYZİOĞLU
Karadeniz Technical University Sürmene Faculty of Marine Sciences, Department of Marine Sciences and Technology Engineering, Trabzon/Turkey
Prof. Dr. Durmuş Ali DEVECİ 
Dokuz Eylül University Maritime Faculty, Department of Maritime Business Management, İzmir/Turkey
Prof. Dr. Ferhat KALAYCI
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan University The Faculty of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Rize/Turkey
Prof. Irakli SHARABIDZE (President) 
Batumi State Maritime Academy, Batumi/Georgia
Prof. Dr. Latif KELEBEKLİ
Ordu University Fatsa Faculty of Marine Sciences, Ordu/Turkey
Prof. Dr. Mehmet BİLGİN
İstanbul University Faculty of Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
Prof. Dr. Oğuz Salim SÖĞÜT
İstanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
Prof. Dr. Oral ERDOĞAN (President)
Piri Reis University Faculty of Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering, İstanbul/Turkey
Prof. Osman TURAN
University of Strathclyde Faculty of Engineering, Department of Naval Architecture Ocean and Marine Engineering, Glasgow/United Kingdom

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