Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl is educated as naval architect and holds a position as manager in the BIMCO department for Maritime Safety & Security for the past almost 10years.
He is responsible for coordinating BIMCO’s initiative on a large variety of technical related matters. His core competencies cover maritime digitalization and autonomous ships, port efficiency and ship-shore interface and data exchange, in-depth technical knowledge to maritime air emissions and the IMO Green House Gas Strategy, Maritime Plastic Litter and lost containers at sea, as well as in-dept knowledge in ship stability (intact and damage). Having attended IMO meetings through his whole career, he has core insight to issues related to maritime flag state administration (flag state implementation, goal- and functional-based regulation, Risk-based approval process, including Formal Safety Assessment methodology).
Mr. Juhl has previously been working at FORCE Technology with research and innovation projects for 8 years and at the Danish Maritime Authority for another 8 years.