Siemens Energy Maritime Academy

Ensuring the safe and reliable operation of your ship under the current market conditions and environmental requirements can be demanding. We team up with you to achieve optimal performance and maximize your success. Get on board for a journey with numerous inspiring webinars and expert talks.

From modernizations, upgrades and newbuilds, automation & monitoring, innovative electric drives and digital services to turnkey services & support to ensure reliability and operability, we team up with you to achieve optimal performance and maximize your success. 


Why Siemens Energy? Our marine commitment stretches back more than 130 years. Our highly innovative portfolio of electrical products, systems, solutions and services covers the entire lifecycle. With our concepts and technologies, the maritime industry of tomorrow certainly is no uncharted territory, but a transformation that harnesses the power of innovations and expertise for sustainable operations. Therefore, we invite you to the Siemens Energy Maritime Academy to discover something new and gain valuable new perspectives for your daily operations.


Our Webinars


Our experts

Kay Tigges

Senior key expert, Efficiency Systems

Kay Tigges works as naval architect since three decades in the marine branch of Siemens-Energy and gathered a lot of experience in the heat to power solutions for seagoing vessels. He will share the basic knowledge to step into the field of plant design for such applications. 

Eric Link

Presales Engineer

Eric Link finished his studies with the Master of Science in mechanical engineering. He has been with Siemens since 2014 and started as Simulation Engineer at Siemens Energy Marine. Now he is a Presales Engineer for Simulation at Siemens Digital Industries Software and has a strong background in thermal and energy management simulation.

Frank Schaffner

Technical Manager SINAVY SG-DC

The Technical Manager SINAVY SG-DC is responsible for the protection concept of submarines and the circuit breaker 3WR. These includes a strong background in the thermal and mechanical short-circuit strength of the switchboards, handling of DC-arcs and functionality of protection devices, like circuit breaker, fuses or switch disconnectors.