Welcome at Center of Maritime Technologies

Coordinator of the network for Research, development and Innovation of the German maritime Industry and science.


The association’s goal is to strengthen research, development and innovation in the maritime industry by promoting cooperation between the various players in industry and the academic world.


CMT serves as the central hub for the maritime competence network with the following tasks, aims and services:

  • Central contact point for innovative tasks and ideas in the maritime sector
  • Information broker and contact point for research-related information, competencies and exploitation of research results
  • Coordination of maritime R&D activities in Germany and Europe, foremost through establishment and coordination of R&D networks
  • Initiation of innovation, research and development through information, consulting, administrative and technical support
  • Commissioned research activities through own capacities in selected fields
  • Strategy formation for companies, specific economic sectors and the whole maritime industry
  • Fostering the European integration through collaboration in European committees and through contribution to the development of the European Research Area
  • Creation of contact possibilities between CMT members and other players in the maritime sector


CMT Corporate Brochure download as pdf


Call For Papers: 10th Symposium on High-Performance Marine Vehicles (HIPER) - "Technologies for the Ship of the Future"

17th-19th October 2016, Cortona, Italy


Science-Meets-Business-Workshop „Go-Visual – Visuelle Assistenz in der Produktion“

21. Oktober 2016, Berlin


Fraunhofer-Roadshow 2016 Qualitätssicherung, Wartung und Training mit Augmented und Virtual Reality

27. Oktober 2016 Fraunhofer-Forum, Berlin


Industriekolloquium "Oberflächenschutz durch Auftragschweißen"

3. November 2016, Aachen


2. Kolloquium Kavitation und Kavitationserosion

10. und 11. November 2016, Duisburg


6th International Maritime Conference on Design for Safety

28-30 November 2016, Hamburg