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Head of department – program manager, professor

Marine Transport Engineering (Tier I, LT, NL);

Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Engineering (Tier I, LT, EN, NL);
Fleet technical operation (Tier I, LT, NL, I).
Fleet Technical Management (Tier I, LT, NL);
VGTU-ASU-KU Joint Transport Engineering (03T) PhD.

Subjects taught:

Thermodynamics and Thermal Techniques with CP
Theory and Design of Internal Combustion Engines with CP;
Ship power plant design and modernization with CP;
Refrigeration units;
LNG terminal energy cycle;
Research basics;
Alternative ship power plants;
Air Pollution Reduction Technologies and KPs for Marine Diesel;
Ship Power Plant Optimization and KP;
Ship Propulsion Complexes (Design, Selection and Optimization) and CP;
Alternative Energy in Transport.

Contacts: (8 46) 39 87 48

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Program Guide

Ship Engineering (Tier I, LT, EN, NL);
Ship Design and Construction (Tier II, LT, NL)

Subjects taught:

Vessel movement;
Ship hydroaeromechanics;
Ship design;
Sketch ship design;
Types of ships and design basics;
Ship Theory Course Project;
Fundamentals of ship design;
Experimental ship hydrodynamics;
Scientific-research practice;
Master’s thesis.

Contacts: (8 46) 39 86 91

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Program Manager

Subjects taught:

Building drawing;
Building Architecture, Urban Planning, Fundamentals of Transportation Structures;
Architecture and building construction;
Loads and effects of port structures, structures.

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Program Manager

Subjects taught:

Types and flows of cargo, geography of ports and waterways, engineering of port infrastructure, etc.

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Program Manager, KU JTAPC Laboratory of Water Transport Technology Laboratory

Subjects taught:

Ship power installations;

Technologies for the use of biofuels and natural gas in transport;

Gas utilization technologies;

Maritime Energy (Introduction to Specialty);

Laboratory and practical work:
(a) Design and modernization of marine power plants with KP
(b) Air pollution abatement technologies for marine diesel with KP
c) Ship Propulsion Complexes with CP

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JIK Administrator

Contacts: (8 46) 39 87 47

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Associate Professor, Dean of KU UNGMF

Subjects taught:

Hydromechanics;
Thermal cutting and welding of metals;
Ship repair and diagnostics;
Ship Engineering Technology Innovation;
Ship maintenance and classification companies;
Development of science, innovation and technology;
Master’s thesis.

Contacts:  (8 46) 39 86 81
(8 46) 39 88 01

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Professor

Subjects taught:

Port organization and logistics basics
Organization of shipping in port
Problems of seafaring development and research directions
Port navigation systems
Logistics and administration, etc.
Master’s thesis.

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Professor, Scientific Supervisor, Marine Chemistry Laboratory, JTAPC.

Subjects taught:

Research basics;
Environmental impacts of maritime transport;
Chemotology and Biofuels;
Environmental protection of ships;

Contacts: (8 46) 39 87 39

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Professor

Subjects taught:

Mechanics of building structures;
Structural calculation and design basics;
Design of steel structures;
Building optimization methods;
Mechanics of Continental Structures;
Technical regulation of construction;
Application of the finite element method;
Bachelor’s thesis;
Master’s thesis.

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Assoc. dr. Raimondas Barzdžiukas

Associate Professor

Seaport Engineering (Tier I, LT, EN, NL);
Seaport Management (Tier II, LT, EN, NL);

Subjects taught:

Transportation systems, freight forwarding and ship agency, transport theory and more.

Contatcs: (8 46)  39 86 88

KU JTAPC Laboratory of Water Transport Technologies, j. m. worker

Subjects taught:

Automated ship design;
Master’s thesis.

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Associate Professor

Subjects taught:

Fleet management;
Offshore wind energy.

Associate Professor

Subject taught:

Maritime law and insurance fundamentals.

Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Safe shipping;
Shelf Technology & Equipment & CP;
Research 1;
Research 2;
Master’s thesis.

Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Ship systems with course design;
Information search and patent research;
Hydromechanics;
Bachelor’s thesis.

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Lecturer

Civil Engineering (Tier I, LT; NL, I);
Port structures (Tier II, LT; NL, I);
Integrated Engineering (additional studies, LT, EN, NL&I – combined)

Subjects taught:

Wooden and plastic structures;
Masonry and reinforced concrete structures;
Reliability of technical systems.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Engineering graphics;
Engineering computer graphics;
Engineering Graphics and Machine Drawing;
Marine Engineering IT;
Bachelor’s thesis.

Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Engineering graphics;
Engineering computer graphics;
Ship structure;
Ship statics;
Bachelor’s thesis.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Fundamentals of Ship Mechanics;
Ship equipment with course design;
Ship Theory, Design, and Propulsion with Course Design;
Ship Theory and Shipbuilding;
Ship hull construction;
Course design of hull structure;
Shipbuilding mechanics, theory of elasticity and ductility;
Bachelor’s thesis.

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Lecturer I Lincoln Electric Owner

Subjects taught:

Thermal cutting and welding of metals;
Bachelor’s thesis.

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Lecturer

Head of Klaipėda APGV Civil Protection Division

Subjects taught:

Civil safety.

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Lecturer

Subject taught:

Navigation basics and port navigation systems.

Lecturer

Subject taught:

Port organization and logistics basics.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Human safety;
Organization of safe work;
Bachelor’s thesis.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

International Law of the Sea and Maritime Conventions.

Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Ship support mechanisms and systems;
LEE and CP;
LVDV and KP;
Voyage voyage planning and management;
Technical analysis of marine casualties;
Organization of student ship repair and boating practice.

Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Fundamentals of Port Engineering;
Port infrastructure basics with KP;
Organization and operation of special terminals;
Fundamentals of Port Superstructure with KP;
Maritime Transport Management and QMS;
Planning of port terminals;
Practice 2;
Bachelor’s thesis.

Lecturer, Head of Marine Chemistry Laboratory, KU JTAPC.

Subjects taught:

Ship support mechanisms and systems;
Research work;
Laboratory and practical work:
(a) Thermodynamics and thermal engineering with CP;
(b) Air pollution abatement technologies and KPs for marine diesel;
(c) Ship Propulsion Complexes and CPs.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Building materials and rocks;
Composite reinforced concrete structures, their design;
Geotechnics;
Modern methods of defectology for port structures;
Hydraulic concrete for port structures.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Metal structures, their design;
Geotechnics;
Building materials and rocks.

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Construction technology and organization, their implementation project
Construction Regulation and Technology
Construction process management
Building and environmental engineering equipment

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Lecturer

Subjects taught:

Interior engineering systems for buildings;
Surveying and Field Practice in Surveying;
Construction Physics;

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Doctoral student

Subjects taught:

Lab works:
Prevention, control and reduction of air pollution from ships;
Environmental impacts of maritime transport;
Chemotology.

Assistant

Subjects taught:

Masonry and reinforced concrete structures, their design;
Composite reinforced concrete structures, their design.

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Assistant

Subjects taught:

Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Technology;
Course Project on Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Technology;
Ship systems with course design;
Bachelor’s thesis;
Master’s thesis.

PhD student, Assistant Professor

Subjects taught:

Ship power installations;
Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering with CP;
Complex analytical work.

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