Dr Robyn Pyne

School of Engineering

After undergoing Deck Officer training in the UK Merchant Navy, Robyn undertook a BSc (Hons) Maritime Business and Maritime Law at Plymouth University. She has since completed an MSc and PhD as part of an Economic and Social Research Council scholarship. This looked into the implementation of the International Maritime Organisation’s Standards of Training Certification and Watch Keeping (STCW) Convention at Maritime Higher Education institutions in China. While completing her PhD studies, Robyn worked for a period as a member of faculty at Dalian Maritime University in China, assisting with the delivery of a World Maritime University MSc programme in Maritime Safety and Environmental Management, and also studied Mandarin Chinese.


Oksavik A, Hildre HP, Pan Y, Jenkinson I, Kelly B, Paraskevadakis D, Pyne R. 2021. Future Skills and Competence Needs Publisher Url Public Url

Journal article

Mońka D, Pyne R, Paraskevadakis D, Bury A. 2021. The development of intermodal freight transport in Poland from 2007 to 2016: Barriers and opportunities to its further development International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering, 11 :161-183 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Pyne R, Dinwoodie J, Roe M. 2007. Enhancing the intercultural competence of postgraduate logisticians International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 10 :221-233 DOI

Pyne R, Koester T. Methods and Means for Analysis of Crew Communication in the Maritime Domain Archives of Transport,


Pyne R. Internationalising Chinese Maritime Higher Education: Developing Content and English Language Integrated Teaching and Learning Roe M, Dinwoodie J.