The Engineering department at HMC is responsible for the engineering of all our projects, from the installation or removal of fixed and floating platforms through to the installation of subsea pipelines and infrastructures. The department brings together people from a wide variety of technical and engineering disciplines. Within the Engineering Department Marine Engineering performs essential analyses and calculations for the transportation and installation of offshore structures. When working on location, they provide engineering support for the Vessel Management Team and the Project Team.
HMC consistently pushes the boundaries of what is possible in demanding marine conditions. We work on projects that pose unique planning and
engineering challenges. Our clients rely on us to develop ground‐breaking solutions. Therefore we are currently looking for a talented Master student with a hands‐on mentality for our Marine Engineering team.
Deep water installations are usually weather restricted to allow for a safe set-down on the seabed. In order to determine the allowed weather conditions HMC performs dynamic analyses. Case by case the results of such analyses are verified by installing accelerometers on the lowered structure. Installing these accelerometers on the lifted structures is not always permitted by clients and may interfere with other installation activities. ROVs are used to position the structures on the correct location. It may be possible to use the available ROV video footage instead of accelerometer data to validate HMC numerical models.
The goal of this graduation subject is to investigate the use of image processing to determine the experienced motions of a subsea structure during installation from footage.
You are a highly motivated and enthusiastic student who can contribute to solutions to our current and future challenges. Ideally we are interested in the following profile:
Does this sound like you? Then read on!
Please send us your resume, as well as your grades list (transcript) and motivation letter. Do not forget to mention the required period and start/end date of your graduation assignment. If your application makes a good first impression, you will be invited for an interview with a Recruiter, Discipline Manager and / or and one of the Supervisors you would be working with. During the interview we will look at the graduation assignment in more detail. You will be able to ask questions, and we can get to know each other. If the interview goes well, you will be asked to elaborate on the topic in a small document that should include the problem and goal definition in your own words, as well as a method statement and planning. In some cases, a second interview may be planned instead. Finally, if your proposal is approved, you will be offered a graduation assignment at Heerema.
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