OCEAN HEALTH Session chair /// Mimmi Throne-Holst, Environment and New Resources - SINTEF Ocean
|09:00||Mimmi Throne-Holst||SINTEF Ocean||Introduction|
|09:15||Nina Jensen||CEO RevOcean||Ocean Health – Challenges and Solutions|
|Climate change and ocean health|
|09:45||Helene Muri||NTNU, Department of Energy and Process Engineering||Expected changes to oceans and ocean health, according to the IPCC Special Report on global warming of 1.5C|
|10:00||Anne Deininger||University of Agder||Coastal Darkening – How does this affect ocean health?|
|Coffee Break (10:20 - 10:45)|
|10:45||Murat Van Ardelan||NTNU, Department of Chemistry||Contaminants, when and where?|
|11:00||Marianne Olsen||Senior Research Scientist, NIVA||Legacy mercury contaminated seabeds: Should we take remediation action or not?|
|11:15||Alexandros Asimakopoulos||NTNU Dept. of Chemistry||Legacy POP's: A Cocktail Challenge|
|11:30||PhD pitching session: Annie Vera Hunnestad; Mathew Kuttivadakkethil Avarachen; Stian Løkken Myrvold||NTNU, Dept. of Chemistry; Department of Biology;, Dept. of Biology||TBA|
|Ocean Talks: (11:45-12:00)|
|Lunch (12.00 - 13)|
|Plastic in the Ocean|
|13:00||Kristine Berg||TOMRA||eXXpedition: Sailing through the North Pacific Gyre|
|13:15||Martin Wagner TBC||NTNU, Department of Biology||Risk to all or non - on the impacts of plastic pollution on the environment and societies|
|13:30||Andy Booth||SINTEF Ocean||Microfibre: How dangerous are your clothes to the ocean?|
|13:45||Erlend Standal||SALT||Fishing for litter|
|14:00||Susie Jahren||SINTEF||How do we solve our plastic problem?|
|Ocean Talks: (14:15-14:30)|
|Coffee Break (14.30 - 15.00)|
|15:00||Lisbet Sørensen||SINTEF||Plastics in the environment - a sink, source or vector for emerging pollutants|
|15:15||Fredrik Myhre||Senior advisor, Fisheries & Ocean Environment WWF||The importance of a healthy ocean|
|Ocean Talks - Q&A session with the speakers and concluding remarks 15:45|
AUTONOMOUS SHIPS Session chairs /// Morten Breivik, Engineering Cybernetics & Egil Eide, Electronic Systems - NTNU
|09:00||Morten Breivik||Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU||Autonomous ships: An ocean of opportunities|
|09:30||Kjell Røang||RCN Senior Advisor Business & Technology, Dept. Transport & Maritime||The Maritim21 strategy|
|09:50||Bjørn-Olav Holtung Eriksen & Erik Wilthil||Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU||Collision avoidance for autonomous surface vehicles|
|Coffee Break (10:10 - 10:45)|
|10:30||Thomas Porathe||Dept. of Design, NTNU||Autonomous ships and human interaction|
|10:50||Patrick Waldermar||Research Leader Technology, Telenor||5G digitizing societies: Autonomous ships and smart ports|
|11:10||Roy Nilsen||Dept. of Electric Power Engineering, NTNU||Innovative hybrid and battery powered ships|
|11:30||Øyvind Smogeli||DNV GL, Digital Assurance program||Assurance technology. Emerging digital technologies and cyber-physical systems in autonomous applications|
|11:50||Nils Haktor Bua||Norwegian Maritime Authority||Autonomous ships - regulating a fast changing sector|
|Lunch (12:10 - 13)|
|13:00||Kjetil Fagerholt||Dept. of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, NTNU||Can Norwegian coastal shipping become more cost-efficient from using autonomous vessels?|
|13:20||Anders Strømman||Industrial Ecology Programme, NTNU||Climate Change Mitigation in the Maritime Sector|
|13:40||Erlend Solem||Trøndelag County Council||How can a country may be an accelerator for autonomous ships?|
|14:00||Vegard Evjen Hovstein||Maritime Robotics||Autonomous personnel transportation at sea - the pathway to realization|
|14:20||Øystein Barth Utbjoe||Vortex NTNU||Vortex NTNU - student-driven project including autonomy|
|Coffee Break (14:40 - 15:00)|
|15:00||Beate Kvamstad Lervold||SINTEF Ocean||E39 and autonomous ferries|
|15:20||Jon Herman Ulvensøen||University of South-Eastern Norway||Risk analyses related to the small passenger ferry "Ole 3"|
|15:40||Ingrid Utne||Dept. of Marine Technology, NTNU||Online risk management and risk control for autonomous ships|
LIFE CYCLE THINKING IN DEEP-SEA MININGSession chairs /// Steinar Løve Ellefmo, Geoscience & Petroleum & Johan Berg Pettersen, Energy & Process Engineering - NTNU
|09:00||Steinar Løve Ellefmo||NTNU||UN Sustainable Development Goals and deep sea mining: An introduction|
|Can deep-sea resources contribute to sustainable development?|
|09:10||Donald Singer||Consultant, Resource Geologist||Future copper supplies|
|09:35||Johan Berg Pettersen||Dept. of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU||Life cycle thinking in industrial development|
|09:55||Daniel Müller||Dept. of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU||Circular Economy: Metals in society, stocks and flows|
|Coffee Break (10:15 - 10:45)|
|10:45||Heidi Rapp Nilsen||Dept. of Philosophy and Religious Studies, NTNU||Crossing the planetary boundaries. Consequences for sustainability and DSM?|
|11:05||Tom Heldal||Researcher NGU||Metals for the society (title to be confirmed)|
|11:25||PhD pitching session: Aravinda Perera; Dmitry Shcherbin; Espen Dyrnes Stabell||Dept. of Electric Power Engineering; Dept. of Chemistry; Dept. of Philosophy & Religious Studies||Reliable motor drives, the key to sustainable mining; TBA; The need for minerals|
|Ocean Talks: Can deep-sea resources contribute to sustainable development? (11:35)|
|Lunch (12:00 - 13:00)|
|What is a sustainable deep-sea mining value-chain?|
|13:00||Stephen Northey||Dept. of Civil Engineering Monash University||A life cycle perspective on the trade-offs between land and deep sea resource extraction|
|13:20||John Eirik Paulsen||Vår energi||Experiences from implementing life cycle management in offshore drilling operations|
|13:40||Paul Midford||Dept. of Sociology and Political Science, NTNU||East Asian Maritime Conflicts and UNCLOS: Can Japan’s Deep Sea Mining Be Sustainable?|
|14:00||Renee Grogan||Gro Sustainability Pty Ltd||Sustainable deep sea mining. A contradiction in terms?|
|14:20||Rolf Arne Kleiv||Dept. of Geoscience and Petroleum, NTNU||Classification of DSM processing concepts as a tool for Environmental Impact Assessment|
|Coffee Break (14:40 - 15:10)|
|15:10||John Woods and Francesca Verones||Dept. of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU||Understanding the ecological consequences of deep sea mining|
|15:30||Jens Laugesen||Chief Specialist Environment, DNV GL||Risk assessment methods for deep sea mining|
|Ocean Talks: Can the deep-sea mining value-chain be sustainable? (15:50-16:20)|
AQUACULTURE IN SOCIETY – How to match the UN SDGsSession chairs /// Kjell Inge Reitan, Dept. Biology & Alexandra Neyts, NTNU Oceans - NTNU
Student innovation: Fitfish & Believing in blue – Artifish use nature to ensure ocean farming future
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|GOAL 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture |
GOAL 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
|09:00||Eva Falch, Vice Dean, Education & Innovation Faculty of Natural Sciences, NTNU||Welcome|
|09:05||Waldemar Coutts, Ambassador of Chile||Sustainability efforts by the Chilean salmon industry|
|09:15||António Quinteiro Nobre, Ambassador of Portugal||Aquaculture in Portugal: Present and future|
|09:25||Ragnar Tveteraas, University of Stavanger||Aquaculture as an active contributor to reaching the UN SDGs|
|GOAL 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation|
|09:50||Hans Bjelland, SINTEF Ocean||Novel aquaculture production systems in the coastal zone|
|10:05||Eivind Dale, DNV-GL||Sustainable logistics– results from a pilot study|
|Coffee Break (10:20 - 10:45)|
|10:45||Martin Føre, NTNU AMOS||Aquaculture cybernetics – increasing the control in fish production through improved precision and new technologies|
|11:00||Rune Wilhelmsen, Telenor Smart Aquaculture||Communication in Aquaculture|
|11.15||Maria Bergvik, Planktonic||Innovative feed solutions in a global markete|
|11:30||PhD pitching session: Hans Tobias Slette, EXPOSED; |
Tale Skrove, Dept. of Biology;
Kristbjörg Edda Jónsdóttir, Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU
|Simulation of vessel operations in exposed aquaculture for improved logistics support; |
Managing water column effects of aquaculture;
Applying fish welfare parameters to classify ocean current speeds at aquaculture sites
|11:50||Student innovation: Fitfish & Artifish||Believing in blue – Artifish uses nature to ensure ocean farming future|
|Lunch (12:00 - 13)|
|GOAL 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns|
|13:00||Anette Grøttland Zimowski, Norwegian Seafood Council||Brand building and mythbusting – communicating sustainable Norwegian aquaculture across the world|
|13:15||Helen Ann Hamilton, Dept. of Energy & Process Engineering, NTNU||Aquaculture's footprint: research tools and methods - globally|
|13:30||Anne Hilde Midttveit, Lerøy Seafood Group||World’s best protein producer from a sustainability perspective|
|13:45||Shraddha Mehta, SINTEF Ocean||The environmental footprint of seafood production|
PhD pitching session:
Vilde Steiro Amundsen, Social Anthropology;
Navigating through a sea of indicators: The impression, implementation and impact of sustainability certification for aquaculture;
Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture – combining salmon and red algae cultivation;
Cultivation potential of macroalgae species integrated with open Salmon fish Aquaculture;
Using photoperiod and temperature regimes for management of sexual maturation in lumpfish
|Ocean Talks: (14:20-14:40) Moderators Kjell Inge Reitan & Alexandra Neyts|
|Coffee Break (14:40 - 15:10)|
|GOAL 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable|
|15:10||Svein Johan Frisvoll, Ruralis||Aquaculture and its need for social legitimacy|
|15:25||Marit Kvernmo, BDO Norway||Smart Cities in a global setting of sustainability|
|15:40||Morten Wolden||Wrap up by Trondheim Municipal Chief Executive|
MIMMI THRONE-HOLST - Research Manager SINTEF Ocean AS
Mimmi Throne-Holst is Research Manager at the Marin Environmental Technology group at SINTEF Ocean AS.
Throne-Holst is Coordinator of the SINTEF Center for Clean Ocean Research, where with a group of experts SINTEF is working to increase knowledge about the spreading and environmental consequences of pollutants in the World's oceans.
ALEXANDRA NEYTS - General Secretary at EATiP /// NTNU Oceans
Alexandra Neys is General Secretary at the European Aquaculture Technology and Innovation Platform (EATiP). EATiP is a recognised multi-stakeholder and industry driven European Technology Platform for the aquaculture sector.
Neyts is also project manager for the Brohode Havbruk Project, an interaction between high schools, university, industry and administration to build a common knowledge platform within Aquaculture.
ANTÓNIO QUINTEIRO NOBRE - Ambassador of Portugal
António Quinteiro Nobre is Ambassador of Portugal in Oslo since September 2017. Ambassador Quinteiro Nobre's main mission consist in representing Portugal and contributing to the strengthening of the Portuguese-Norwegian relations.
António Quinteiro Nobre came to Oslo directly from a very different part of the world – from Seoul, in Asia – where he was Ambassador for five and a half years.
KJELL RØANG - Research Council of Norway
Senior Advisor at the Research Council of Norway - Sub-department of transport and Maritime
EGIL EIDE - Associate Professor at the Dept. of Electronic Systems
Egil Eide is Associate Professor at the Department of Electronic Systems. He is a member of the Circuit and Radio Systems Group. Eide has a MSc and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from NTNU.
Eide is leading a group of researchers at NTNU working on the first autonomous all-electric passenger ferries for urban water transport. The main goal of this project is to develop groundbreaking new concepts and methods which will enable the development of autonomous passenger ferries for transport of people in urban water channels.
KJELL INGE REITAN - Professor at the Department of Biology
Kjell Inge Reitan is Professor in Aquaculture Ecology at the Department of Biology, NTNU. Reitan has great experience in researh on new marine aquaculture species and cultivation of marine biomass for use as feed.
Reitan has worked in different project ranging from Aquaculture, with focus on marine algae, plankton culture & Integrated Aquaculture, cultivation of microalgae, seaweed and Integrated Multitrophic Aquaculture.
EVA FALCH, Vice Dean, Edu. & Innovation Natural Sciences
Eva Falch, Vice Dean, Education & Innovation at the faculty of Natural Sciences. Falch has 17 years of experience in research, development and innovation within the research institute sector, food and biotechnology industry.
A significant part of her scientific activity is heavily motivated by a wish for better utilisation of our globale food resourses.
JOHAN B. PETTERSEN - Associate Professor, Ind. Ecology Programme
Johan Berg Pettersen is associate Professor at the Industrial Ecology Programme at the department of Energy and Process Engineering.
Pettersen has 15 years of experience in use and development of methods for life cycle assessment (LCA), mainly applied to oil/gas extraction, transport and infrastructure, and space technologies, as well as numerous other land based industries.
MORTEN BREIVIK - Head of Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics
WALDEMAR COUTTS - Ambassador of Chile
Waldemar Coutts is the Ambassador of Chile in Oslo.
Coutts played an important role at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change - Kyoto Protocol.
STEINAR L. ELLEFMO - Associate Professor, Geoscience & Petroleum
Ellefmo holds a MSc in resource geology and a PhD in technical resource geology.
Ellefmo works with 3D modelling of geodata. Include both geometric and qualimetric (mathematical geoscience and geostatistics) modelling of regional and local geology (deposit scale).
NINA JENSEN, Marine Biologist, CEO RevOcean
Nina Jensen is the CEO of REV Ocean, currently building the world’s largest research and expedition vessel (REV) aiming to improve understanding and search for more sustainable and environmentally responsible solutions for the world's oceans.
MORTEN WOLDEN - Trondheim Municipal Chief Executive
Morten Wolden, Trondheim Municipal Chief Executive