CRETE, GREECE, APRIL 20, 2024 – Nautilos Summer School concluded its highly anticipated three-day course, held from April 17-19, 2024, at the HCMR Facilities in Crete, Greece. The event brought together 10 early career scientists and marine technicians from around the globe for an immersive experience in marine science and technology.
The program featured a diverse agenda, including engaging lectures, interactive discussions, and hands-on experiences covering marine litter, sensors, samplers, and ocean observations. Participants had the opportunity to delve into various topics, gaining practical insights and skills essential for driving advancements in the blue economy and open data sharing.

We are delighted with the success of Nautilos Summer School. The positive feedback and
active participation from attendees underscore the significance of collaborative efforts in addressing challenges in marine science.
Sandra Sá, Course Co-organiser, EurOcean

The course received praise for its comprehensive curriculum and interactive sessions, which facilitated meaningful exchanges and networking opportunities among participants and industry experts.
Amid the dynamic landscape of education, the fusion of technology and digital resources has emerged as essential. The Nautilos Summer Course stands as a pivotal advancement in harnessing the power of e-modules to enhance learning. These modules encapsulate key content from the summer course, extending their benefits to all, irrespective of physical attendance.
Crafted with care, these digital learning resources serve as enduring records of the topics covered and dialogues exchanged during the initiatives. They provide a vibrant and interactive platform for knowledge acquisition and skill development. Now accessible on the Nautilos website at, they offer a gateway to continued learning and growth.
Nautilos Summer School extends its gratitude to all participants, speakers, and partners for their contributions to the success of the event.
For those seeking more information, please visit the Nautilos website at