May 2021

Newsletter #9

​DAIMON and its extension, DAIMON 2, are international projects dealing with derelict munitions, which contaminate the Baltic Sea's ground, water and marine life. Scientists from Poland, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Lithuania and Russia are cooperating with experts worldwide in order to solve this trans-boundary challenge.
We are part-financed by the EU INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020.

DAIMON2 Final Conference, 15.06 (12 - 15, CEST)

The Finnish Institute for Verification of the Chemical Weapons Convention (VERIFIN) and Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) together with the project lead partner the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IO PAN) would like to invite you to participate in the Final meeting (an on-line webinar) of the DAIMON2 project on 15th of June 2021 (12:00 - 15:00, CEST).

The agenda and registration are available on-line on the DAIMON2 website here

Registration open for upcoming webinars in the DAIMON 2 Training Programme 

  • Polish Naval Academy (Poland, in Polish) in May (27th) and June (10th & 17th) 
  • Defence Research Establishment Norway (in Norwegian) in June (16th) 

see info and registration here

Save the date:

Kiel Munitions Clearance Week (6th -10th Sep.´21) 

The Munition Clearance Week (KMCW) is the international forum for tackling the challenges of offshore munition clearance. It will take place from the 6th - 10th of September in Kiel (Germany) in form of an hybrid event (in-person and digital). Several research projects will present their results and findings including a specific session of DAIMON & DAIMON2 as well as hands-on training for the Decision Support System.

For a preliminary registration for the Kiel Munition Clearance Week just visit the KMCW registration page.