On 24 May, Maritime Research Alliance will organize a follow-up workshop on green transition in ports and city-port relationships at Aarhus Harbor. The workshop is a follow-up on the Ports as ecosystems workshop held in March.
On 24 May, Maritime Research Alliance will organize a follow-up workshop on green transition in ports and city-port relationships at Aarhus Harbor.
The aim of this workshop is threefold: First, to connect people in the academic and business community that are working with ports and port related research. Second, to be updated on recent research and industry initiatives involving ports, and third, to develop concrete research collaborations across industry and academia. In order to facilitate this, we will have presentations in the morning and break out sessions in the afternoon.
Michael Barfod and George Panagakos from DTU will present their recent research on the decarbonization of ports and maritime infrastructure. Afterwards, Ditte Gerstrøm Sørensen will share the experiences of Port of Hirtshals from a past research project and touch upon potential topics. And finally, Peter Andersen will present how BlueVisby works with virtual arrival and the role of ports in this context. After lunch, we will split up into smaller groups who will develop and present concrete research proposals.
11.00-11.20 Welcome and coffee
13.05-14.15 RQ development session
14.15-14.45 RQ presentations + dialogue
14.45-15.00. Summing up + way forward
Nuclear energy (and the role of the ports):
Supply constraints to the green transition:
What are the main drivers of the green transition?:
Remember the hinterlands:
Mapping of ports: