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Pepijn de Jong

Senior Project Manager / Team Leader Navy


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After finishing his PhD thesis on the seakeeping behaviour of high speed ships Pepijn worked as Assistant Professor in Ship Hydromechanics at Delft University of Technology. Besides continuing his work on high speed ships, he lectured in ship and offshore hydromechanics on various topics ranging from ship geometry and stability to resistance and propulsion. In 2015 he moved to the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands and became senior project manager seakeeping in the Ships unit, specializing in the seakeeping of naval ships, managing both model test campaigns and numerical studies. Pepijn is active in the Cooperative Research Navies, focusing on motions and stability of intact and damaged naval vesels in extreme waves. In 2019 he became team leader of the Navy Team. Pepijn is chairman of the ITTC Seakeeping Committee.

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"There seems a clear need for realtime simulations of complex naval operations"

Sep 30, 2021

The defence sector is one of MARIN’s most important markets, and while we have a long-established relationship with the Royal Netherlands Navy, we ...
Fast Small Ship Simulator takes to the waves for the first time!

Nov 23, 2016

Reading time 6 minutes

Bouncing over the waves at a speed of 43 knots, the director of the Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) Vice Admiral Arie Jan de Waard, and MARIN's ...
Validation of a time domain panel code for high speed craft operating in stern quartering seas

Sep 26, 2011

Reading time 4 minutes

The paper describes the validation of a time domain method to simulate the behaviour of a fast patrol boat operating in stern-quartering seas. ...
Ship Assist in Fully Exposed Conditions - Joint Industry Project SAFETUG

Jun 11, 2007

Description of the SAFETUG JIP
LNG-shipping safety around ports and terminals

Jan 1, 2004

The design of port lay-outs and terminals suitable for LNG-carriers has to meet exceptionally high safety standards. The highly sensitive subject is ...
Tugs - More than mooring and turning

Jan 1, 2003

This paper highlights some aspects of the changed role of tugs with consequences for port design as well as port operation. And more in particular, ...
Policy for Sea Shipping Safety

Jan 1, 2001

Safety assessment of shipping is becoming prerequisite for authorities responsible for ports, seaways and restricted navigable waters. Formal Safety ...
Safety Assessment in ports

Apr 28, 2000

This paper describes different kinds of safety studies that are performed to assess the safety level in ports. The type of study to be performed is ...
Education and training, implications of STCW '95 and implications of the new standards

Jun 23, 1999

MASSTER is concerned with the harmonisation of maritime education and the standardisation of simulator exercises in particular. In this paper the ...
Safety Management Assessment Ranking Tool (SMART)

Jan 1, 1996

What actions must be taken in order to improve the transport safety in Ports and Fairways? Measures are not always assessed in a quantitative sense ...
Tanker Escort-Requirements, Assessments and Validation

Jan 1, 1995

In this paper, the escort requirements of specific waterways are presented with special emphasis on escorting in Prince William Sound, San Francisco ...

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