Marine Technology Competence Centre (MARTE) is a research and development unit of the Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia.
MARTE offers product development services to industrial and technology companies to create innovative design solutions and devices. MARTE’s main research field is sustainable marine engineering, namely, vessel hydrodynamics – resistance, seakeeping, loads and maneuverability.
The Marine Technology Competence Centre Naval Architecture and Hydrodynamics research infrastructure in Kuressaare, Saaremaa is included on the Estonian Research Infrastructures Roadmap, the list of nationally important research infrastructures.
At the first meeting of the new council on 27.01.2023, Jüri Taal, member of the board of Baltic Workboats AS, was elected as the chairman of the board, and Kuido Kartau, member of the board of Saare Wind Energy OÜ, was elected as the deputy chairman of the board.
- Mikk Tuisk (Saaremaa Municipality)
- Fjodor Sergejev (Tallinn University of Technology)
- Kristjan Tabri (Association of Estonian Marine Industries)
- Terje Talv (Estonian Wind Power Association)
- Neeme Rand (Kuressaare Regional Training Centre)
- Rainer Paenurk (Saaremaa Development Centre)
- Jaanis Prii (Kuressaare Campus)
- Merit Kindsigo (TalTech Kuressaare College)
- Jüri Taal (Baltic Workboats AS)
- Hannes Lilp (SRC Group AS)
- Kuido Kartau (Saare Wind Energy OÜ)