VAN OOSSANEN ACADEMY

TRAINING AND
INTERNSHIPS

            

VAN OOSSANEN ACADEMY

TRAINING AND
INTERNSHIPS

We believe in your development!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a leading company in the field of hydrodynamics, CFD, and naval architecture we invest heavily in research and development. Some of our research projects are realized by interns or graduate students.

Recent examples of student projects are:

  • The application of sails as a means of propulsion for a 80m cargo vessel
  • Research into the application of the Hull Vane on a container vessel
  • Fully automated optimisation of the aft-body of ships by means of CFD
  • Development of a new fishing vessel concept for South-East Asia
  • Application of the Hull Vane for a new high-speed vessel concept

We believe in your development and we accordingly provide a high level of in-house knowledge and training. We continuously support two positions in the area of Naval Architecture, Fluid Dynamics and Hull Vane research. For students with an interest in hydrodynamics or in the development of new ship concepts, do not hesitate to contact us! Interested in an internship?

Here are some testimonials from our latest internship students:

We believe in your development!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a leading company in the field of hydrodynamics, CFD, and naval architecture we invest heavily in research and development. Some of our research projects are realized by interns or graduate students.

Recent examples of student projects are:

  • The application of sails as a means of propulsion for a 80m cargo vessel
  • Research into the application of the Hull Vane on a container vessel
  • Fully automated optimisation of the aft-body of ships by means of CFD
  • Development of a new fishing vessel concept for South-East Asia
  • Application of the Hull Vane for a new high-speed vessel concept

We believe in your development and we accordingly provide a high level of in-house knowledge and training. We continuously support two positions in the area of Naval Architecture, Fluid Dynamics and Hull Vane research. For students with an interest in hydrodynamics or in the development of new ship concepts, do not hesitate to contact us! Interested in an internship?

Here are some testimonials from our latest internship students:

We believe in your development!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a leading company in the field of hydrodynamics, CFD, and naval architecture we invest heavily in research and development. Some of our research projects are realized by interns or graduate students.

Recent examples of student projects are:

  • The application of sails as a means of propulsion for a 80m cargo vessel
  • Research into the application of the Hull Vane on a container vessel
  • Fully automated optimisation of the aft-body of ships by means of CFD
  • Development of a new fishing vessel concept for South-East Asia
  • Application of the Hull Vane for a new high-speed vessel concept

We believe in your development and we accordingly provide a high level of in-house knowledge and training. We continuously support two positions in the area of Naval Architecture, Fluid Dynamics and Hull Vane research. For students with an interest in hydrodynamics or in the development of new ship concepts, do not hesitate to contact us! Interested in an internship?

Here are some testimonials from our latest internship students:

Julian Hofman: ”The true beauty of a ship is below the surface”

Julian is studying Maritime Technology and is particularly interested in the physic laws applied on the hull below and above the surface. During his internship at Van Oossanen, he focuses on developing the Hull Vane® for small motor yachts. He found out that a ‘simple’ innovation like the Hull Vane®, can have a big impact in on hull efficiency. As the Hull Vane® can be applied on a wide range of vessels, he sees a lot of potential for the Hull Vane® in the near future.

Luisa Menano de Figueiredo: ''Looking at the future''

 

 

 

 

 

As a graduate student from Marine Technology at TU Delft, Luisa is fulfilling an internship at Van Oossanen by designing ‘the yacht of 2030’. Her goal is to bring sustainability together with yacht design.