Ocean Week 2019 – Thursday 9 may
THURSDAY 9 MAY
EarlyBirdTickets-1 2019 Ålesund
Programme - Thursday May 9th
|Registration from 08.30|
|09:30||Annik Magerholm Fet, Vice-Rector NTNU in Ålesund
Ingrid Schjølberg, Director NTNU Oceans
Welcome to NTNU Ålesund
Welcome to Ocean Week 2019
|09:40||Sveinung Rotevatn, State Secretary for Climate and the Environment||Opportunities in a sustainable ocean economy|
|10:10||Thina Saltvedt, Chief Analyst, Nordea||Can green finance save the ocean?|
|10:30||Andreas Seth, SVP Integrated Solutions Kongsberg Maritime||Can technology save the ocean?|
|10:50||Frode Pleym, Greenpeace||Protection and sustainable use of our oceans|
|11:10||Bergljot Landstad, Regional og næringssjef region Møre and Romsdal||Ocean strategies and the Region’s Blue Future|
Ocean Talks: (11:15-11:35)
|11:35||Gunnar Bovim, NTNU Rector: Closing Plenary Session for Ocean Week – reflections|
LUNCH Cultural performance from Sunnmøre (11:45-12:30)
Programme - Thursday May 9th
|12.30||Hans Petter Hildre||Head of Dept. Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering, NTNU||Introduction|
|12:40||Vegard Fredheim||Hexagon||The Hydrogen Society|
|13.05||Jan Kvålsvold||DNV-GL||Energy Transition Outlook towards 2050 – what could it mean for shipping|
|13.30||Joel Mills||Offshore Simulation Centre||Simulation as a tool for operation planning|
|13.45||John M. Lervik||Cognite||Data Liberation: Breaking the barrier between sea and land|
|Coffee Break (14.10-14.40)|
|14.40||Niels Henrik Mortensen||Technical University of Denmark, DTU||Large scale service and maintenance of ocean installations|
|Ocean research at NTNU in Ålesund - Pitch session|
|14.50||Hans Petter Hildre||Head of Dept. Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering||Møre Ocean Lab - Ocean research at NTNU in Ålesund|
|15.00||Karl Henning Halse||Dept. Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering||Simulation of critical marine operations, SFI Move|
|15.10||Houxiang Zhang||Dept. Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering||Digital Twins Ship, the Gunnerus case|
|15.20||Dina M. Aspen||Dept. Industrial Economics and Technology Management||Decision-Support for sustainable oceans|
|15.30||Vilmar Æsøy||Dept. Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering||Data analytics for decision support – machine learning|
|Oceans Talks – Wrap-up (15:40h-16:00h)|
|Activities in common tour around simulators, food, pitch session for student companies etc (16.05-19.00)|
|12.30||Ann-Kristin Tveten||Research Coordinator Institute for Biological Sciences, NTNU||Introduction and welcome|
|12:40||Ana Carvajal||Sintef Ocean||Overview of research in the area of blue proteins|
|13.10||Grete Hansen Aas||NTNU||From residual material to human consumption|
|13.25||Miroslava Atanasova||Møreforsking||New species, new markets|
|13.45||Inge Bruheim||Rimfrost||Krill as a source of marine protein|
|Coffee Break (14.10-14.40)|
|14.40||Ola Ween||Møreforsking||Latest development in fishmeal|
|15.00||Margrethe Lundevold Norland||Plarva Solution||Plastic-eating larvae|
|15.10||Kristine Kvangarsnes||Dept. of Biological Sciences, NTNU||TBA|
|Oceans Talks – Wrap-up (15:20h-16:00h)|
|Activities in common tour around simulators, food, pitch session for student companies etc (16.00-19.00h|
Plenary Speakers - Thursday May 9th
Annik Magerholm Fet
Annik Magerholm Fet_2
Annik Magerholm Fet is the Vice Rector of NTNU in Ålesund. She is also a Professor of Environmental management, Systems engineering and Lifecycle analysis at the Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management at NTNU – a position held since 1999. From 2014–2016 she was the Director and Academic head of NTNU's strategic research area on Sustainability.
Professor Fet leads several national and international research projects in global production, environmental management, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and business models for sustainability. Through the Network for Green Growth, funded by the Research Council of Norway (RCN), she supports the research group for Green innovation and Business models and looks at opportunities to stimulate cross-disciplinary research activities at NTNU in Ålesund.
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Anna Mária Sikó -2019
Anna Mária Sikó graduatet at ELTE University in Budapest (MA in English and French Literature and Linguistics) while working as Managing Director of the Hungarian affiliate served on the Board of Directors of International House World Organization (London) and she was also an international QC/QA-supervisor for IHWO that gave her a wide exposure to international work including in Bangkok, Bratislava, Bucharest, Hastings, Krakow, Lisbon, London and Moscow.
Sikó joined in 2011 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary and was appointed Ambassador of Hungary to Australia and cross-accredited to New-Zealand and the South Pacific Islands between 2011 and 2015.
Sveinung Rotevatn was appointed as State Secretary at the Ministry of Climate and Environment on 12 October 2018. Previously he was appointed state secretary at the Ministry of Justice and Emergency Planning on January 17, 2018. He came from a position as a lawyer in Steenstrup Stordrange DA.
Thina Saltvedt, Chief Analyst, Nordea
Thina Saltvedt, Chief Analyst, Nordea_2
Thina Margrethe Saltvedt is a senior advisor Sustainable Finance at Nordea Bank, the largest banking group in the Nordic region. Before joining the Sustainable Finance group in January 2018, she worked as a chief analyst macro/oil for 10 years at Nordea Markets.
Thina is a member of the Minister of Climate and Environment’s Climate Council.
Ingrid Schjølberg is Vice Dean for research and innovation at the Faculty of Engineering. She is professor in Marine Technology and director of NTNU Oceans. Schjølberg is a key player in the Norwegian marine and maritime arena and a member of the expert group at the Norwegian High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy.
NTNU Oceans is one of four strategic research areas at NTNU. NTNU Oceans generates and supports key research activities on maritime transport – autonomous ships; deep-ocean research; polar science and technology; sustainable seafood and marine bio resources; marine minerals and renewables; marine environment, society and sustainability.
Bergljot Landstad - Regional & Business leader Møre & Romsdal. Møre and Romsdal is one of 19 counties in Norway and is located in the northern part of Western Norway. Møre and Romsdal has a coastline with a total length of 7,700 kilometres facing the Norwegian Sea, and covers an area of 15,000 square kilometres.
Andreas Seth, SVP Integrated Solutions Kongsberg Maritime
Andreas Seth, SVP Integrated Solutions Kongsberg Maritime_2
Andreas Seth, Senior Vice President Electrical, Automation & Control since January 2017. Responsible for electrical, automation & control products, including system & solutions offerings for the wider marine portfolio.
Gunnar Bovim is a Norwegian physician and civil servant, and the current rector at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Rector Bovim is the head of NTNU's academic and administrative activities.
Bovim has served on national and international committees and advisory boards on topics such as education, research, medicine and the health sector.
Parallel Sessions Thursday May 9th