Mateusz Gil
Mateusz Gil
Gdynia Maritime University
Zweryfikowany adres z wn.umg.edu.pl
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A framework to identify factors influencing navigational risk for Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships
C Fan, K Wróbel, J Montewka, M Gil, C Wan, D Zhang
Ocean Engineering 202, 107188, 2020
A bibliometric analysis and systematic review of shipboard Decision Support Systems for accident prevention
M Gil, K Wróbel, J Montewka, F Goerlandt
Safety Science 128, 104717, 2020
A concept of critical safety area applicable for an obstacle-avoidance process for manned and autonomous ships
M Gil
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 214, 107806, 2021
Determination of the dynamic critical maneuvering area in an encounter between two vessels: Operation with negligible environmental disruption
M Gil, J Montewka, P Krata, T Hinz, S Hirdaris
Ocean Engineering 213, 107709, 2020
Identifying research directions of a remotely-controlled merchant ship by revisiting her system-theoretic safety control structure
K Wróbel, M Gil, J Montewka
Safety Science 129, 104797, 2020
Accident susceptibility index for a passenger ship-a framework and case study
J Montewka, T Manderbacka, P Ruponen, M Tompuri, M Gil, S Hirdaris
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 218, 108145, 2022
On the Influence of Human Factors on Safety of Remotely-Controlled Merchant Vessels
K Wróbel, M Gil, CJ Chae
Applied Sciences 11 (3), 1145, 2021
Know your safety indicator–A determination of merchant vessels Bow Crossing Range based on big data analytics
M Gil, P Kozioł, K Wróbel, J Montewka
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 220, 108311, 2022
On the use of leading safety indicators in maritime and their feasibility for Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships
K Wróbel, M Gil, P Krata, K Olszewski, J Montewka
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part O: Journal of …, 2023
Implications of autonomous shipping for maritime education and training: the cadet’s perspective
K Bogusławski, M Gil, J Nasur, K Wróbel
Maritime Economics & Logistics 24 (2), 327-343, 2022
Toward a method evaluating control actions in STPA-based model of ship-ship collision avoidance process
M Gil, K Wróbel, J Montewka
Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering 141, 051105, 2019
The Vagueness of COLREG versus Collision Avoidance Techniques—A Discussion on the Current State and Future Challenges Concerning the Operation of Autonomous Ships
K Wróbel, M Gil, Y Huang, R Wawruch
Sustainability 14 (24), 16516, 2022
State of play in technology and legal framework of alternative marine fuels and renewable energy systems: a bibliometric analysis
P Kołakowski, M Gil, K Wróbel, YS Ho
Maritime Policy & Management 49 (2), 236-260, 2022
Discussion on the article by Zhang & Meng entitled “Probabilistic ship domain with applications to ship collision risk assessmentˮ [Ocean Eng. 186 (2019) 106130]
J Montewka, M Gil, K Wróbel
Ocean Engineering 209, 107527, 2020
Semi-dynamic ship domain in the encounter situation of two vessels
M Gil, J Montewka, P Krata, T Hinz, S Hirdaris
Developments in the Collision and Grounding of Ships and Offshore Structures …, 2019
Alternative fuels in shipping: Discussion on the findings of two recently published, independent bibliometric studies
P Kołakowski, JD Ampah, K Wróbel, AA Yusuf, M Gil, S Afrane, C Jin, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 338, 130651, 2022
Comparison of the Efficiency of Williamson and Anderson Turn Manoeuvre
M Gil, K Formela, M Śniegocki
TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea …, 2015
Ship stability-related effects on a critical distance of collision evasive action
M Gil, J Montewka, P Krata, T Hinz
ISSW2019 - 17th International Ship Stability Workshop, 2019
A cross-domain scientometric analysis of situational awareness of autonomous vehicles with focus on the maritime domain
K Bogusławski, J Nasur, J Li, M Gil, K Wróbel, F Goerlandt
IEEE Access, 2022
Toward monitoring and estimating the size of the HFO-contaminated seabed around a shipwreck using MBES backscatter data
M Szafrańska, M Gil, J Nowak
Marine Pollution Bulletin 171, 112747, 2021
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