The partners, project objectives, work packages… you can find out everything about the Marineff project!
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The partners, objectives, work packages… you will know everything about the Marineff project !
Following national recommendations, all Marineff project partners have ceased their activities and the universities and companies are closed.
J’NOV is the day of trades and innovation in the construction and public works sector.
RDV Saturday 07th March 2020 @ESITC Caen, 1 rue Pierre et Marie Curie – 14610 EPRON.
Here are the dyke modules that will be deployed off Bernières-sur-mer, in the harbour and along the Cherbourg dyke.
In few weeks, ESITC Caen will manufacture the first Marineff mooring.
The Caen Yacht Club welcomes us the January 30th, 2020 to publicly present the Marineff project. Fees : 2 euros More informations on caen-yacht-club.com AFFICHE CYC Marineff 30 01 20 Ouest France article – January 30th, 2020
The Marineff team wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See you on January 2020!
ESITC Caen was asked to talk about the Marineff project on France 3 Normandie.
10AM to 7PM Siège du Crédit Agricole Normandie15 Esplanade Brillaud de Laujardière14000 CAEN
Marineff concrete samples heavily colonized by algae which is well within the project aims! Next step: breakwater modules, boat moorings and artificial rockpools.
The Marineff project was honored to celebrate 10 years of CRESCO! To watch the video, click here!
Our first MARINEFF newsletter has launched! You can read it by clicking here.
There’s like a holiday atmosphere…Take the opportunity to watch the film “Quand la mer raconte la Normandie” at the Cité de la mer since July 2nd !
On this occasion, the ESITC Caen laboratory will open its doors; allowing everyone to discover the Marineff project.
Samples of different concretes are submerged at Calshot, UK, to monitor for oyster colonisation
The biomimetic marine infrastructures will be deployed in two large-scale pilots operations and six experimental sites to test various types of marine infrastructures and ensure their transferability across the France Channel England area. Learn more about our work here