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ENERGY EFFICIENCY - AUTONOMOUS SHIPPING - SIMULATOR TRAINING

The Smart Shipping and Navigation Conference 2024.

ABOUT

April 10-11, 2024

This conference arranged by the University of South-Eastern Norway will host presentations and discussions on the latest research in big data and AI applications in maritime contexts including marine engineering, navigation, maritime education, and shipping and logistics.

The conference aims to bring together researchers, academics, industry professionals and students to share their knowledge and expertise in the field of maritime technology. Through presentations, workshops and discussions, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the latest trends and innovations in big data and AI applications in the maritime industry.

Keynote Speakers

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Jan Emblemsvåg
PROFESSOR OF MARITIME ENGINEERING, NTNU
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Jan Emblemsvåg has been professor at NTNU since 2020, but before that he has had many top management positions in the industry since 2004. The last three were SVP and Shipyard Director/SVP of Innovation and Process Improvements in Vard, SVP Ship Design & Systems in Rolls-Royce Marine and General Manager at Midsund Bruk. 

Svein Olav Halstensen
Project Manager, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre
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Svein Olav Halstensen is project manager for development of the ground braking RIMARC next minutes Ocean Wave prediction system at NORCE Norwegian Research Center starting 8 years ago. Before that he has been working more than 25 years in the maritime industry with multidiscipline research projects both within propulsion, ship design, machinery systems and automation.

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Thomas Brekke
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, USN
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Thomas Brekke is Associate Professor at the University of South-Eastern Norway. He has a PhD in Enterprise Development and Work Life Research from the Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management NTNU. His research interests includes organizational change and innovation, knowledge management and knowledge transfer, business model innovation and industrial ecosystem evolution, among others.

Schedule

April 10
12:00-13:00
Welcome & Lunch at USN Vestfold Campus. Registration at main entrance.
13:00-13:45
Keynote by Jan Emblemsvåg 

NUPROSHIP- Nuclear Propulsion of Merchant Ships 1
14:00-16:00
Session 01: Autonomous Shipping
Chair: Halvor Schøyen, USN

 
1. Jan van Tiggelen, DNV, MASS regulatory compliance process​

2. Tae-Eun Kim, UIT, Reframing education and competence model for remote maritime operations (REFRAME)

3. Hari Sundar Mahadevan, Fraunhofer Germany, Real-Time Monitoring of Maritime Situational Awareness: Integration of Ship Sensor Data and Camera Imagery for Shore-Based Monitoring with Database Creation 

4. Jedi Seppanen, NOVIA, Optimizing Remote Pilotage in the Digital Era: A Socio-Technical and CSE Approach

5. Mehdi Poornikoo, USN, Trust in maritime automation: An eye-tracking study
April 11
09:00-09:45
Keynote by Svein Olav Halstensen

Energy Efficient Operation of Hydrogen Powered vessels
10:00-12:00
Session 02: Energy Efficiency & Digitalization
Chair: 
Kenn Steger-Jensen, AAU

1. Michele Acciaro, CBS, Fueling the Future: Digitalisation and the Energy Transition in Maritime Transport

2. Gabriel Moises Fuentes, NHH, A call from the ocean: predicting Panama Canal waiting times from El Niño signal

3. Veronica J. Jimenez, USN, Barriers of data analytics for shipping energy efficiency

4. Mahmood Taghavi, UIT, Data cluster analyses in digital twin development for marine engines 

5. Dhaneswara Al Amien, NORD, Modeling The Autonomus Shipping Diffusion For Inland Waterways Transport: An Agent-Based Modelling
12:00-13:00
Lunch at USN Vestfold Campus
14:00-14:45
16:00-18:00
Visit to Maritime Museum Horten
18:30-21:00
Conference Dinner at
Grand Hotel Åsgårdstrand

(Paid Registration Guests, and by Invitation Only)
Keynote by Thomas Brekke

Transforming Shipping Through Ecosystem Business Model Innovation
15:00-17:00
Session 03: Commercial Aspects in shipping
Chair: Michele Acciaro, CBS


1.
Kenn Steger-Jensen, AAU, Balancing Emissions and Economics: Navigating Pre- and Post-Calculation Discrepancies in Freight Transport Contracts

2. Hasan Shakil, NTNU, Sustainability and financial performance of transport and logistics firms: Does board gender diversity matter?

3. Doina Huso, UIA, Meet me in the middle: How do interdisciplinary teams of BlueTech firms self-regulate for sustainability?

4. Rocky Mahmud, USN, Business model innovation in autonomous solutions

5. Fabian Kjeldsberg, USN, Predicting platform supply vessel freight market using AutoML

Sponsors

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The Venue

ABOUT THE VENUE:

The conference will be held at the University of South-Eastern Norway campus in Vestfold, which is known for its beautiful coastal scenery and maritime heritage.

 

The nearby airports are Sandefjord Torp and Oslo Gardermoen, both has good public transport connection to Horten and Tønsberg cities. 

FULL ADDRESS:
University of South-Eastern Norway, Vestfold Campus, Raveien 215, 3184 Horten, Norway.

The campus can be reached by public transport in about 12-15 minutes from both Hotren and Tønsberg city center.
IMPORTANT DATES
  • Abstract Submission Deadline: March 20, 2024.

  • Notification of Abstract Acceptance: March 25, 2024.

  • Registration Deadline: April 01, 2024.

RECOMMENDED HOTELS

Grand Hotel Åsgårdstrand | Havnegata 6, 3179 

April 9th - 10th. Single room incl. breakfast. NOK 1095

April 10th - 11th. Single room incl. breakfast. NOK 1095

For booking, please contact Grand Hotel Åsgårdstrand by March 11th. Email: grandhotel@unikehoteller.no

Reservation code: 4155258

Payable to Grand Hotel Åsgårdstrand by check-out.

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