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Fixtures in the container shipping chartering market

Agnieszka Nowinska and Hans-Joachim Schramm

In this video, Agnieszka Nowinska (Aalborg University Business School) and Hans-Joachim Schramm (Copenhagen Business School) talk about their research on chartering during the financial crisis in container shipping. The session has been developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

June / 2021
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ShipWeldFlow – Digital Twins to enable more digitization & robotization on shipyards

Christian Schlette

In this video, Professor Christian Schlette (SDU Robotics) talks about the IFD-funded project ShipWeldFlow, where they develop novel digital analysis and optimization tools to support the workflow of robotic welding in shipbuilding operations. They use Digital Twins to address the needs of two companies, Odense Maritime Technology and Inrotech, by the joint development of the required digital tools to innovate the central workflow in modern steel ship production. Based on the Digital Twins, we aim for tackling the essential questions of how shipyard investments in robotic welding solutions can increase efficiency and reduce costs of producing a given ship design, how ship redesigns can lead to material and waste reduction, and how robotic welding solutions can be improved to yield better welding performance for customer-specific ship designs. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

May / 2021
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The future of Blue Economies

Matthew Spaniol

In this video, Matthew Spaniol (Aarhus University) presents the interim results from the Interreg vb North Sea PERISCOPE project, a foresight study that involved scanning the horizon from the bird’s nest to identify the innovations that will impact the blue economies in the future, and the accompanying forecasting results that timestamp when in the future the innovations are expected to become commercially available. The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

April / 2021
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The NORDEN voyage

Martin Jes Iversen

The Danish shipping company Norden celebrated its 150th anniversary in February 2021. Norden is today the second largest Danish shipping company operating app. 375 vessels within the dry bulk and the product tanker segments.

How and why was Norden able to exploit the global growth opportunities, and which internal and external challenges did Norden face on this dramatic voyage?

In this video, Associate Professor Martin Jes Iversen (Copenhagen Business School) will present and analyze the recent development of Norden from around year 2000 to the present days. The video was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

April / 2021
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Human Factors in shipping

Lisa Loloma Froholdt and Mads Ragnvald Nielsen

In this video, Lisa Loloma Froholt (University of Southern Denmark) and Mads Ragnvald Nielsen (Scoutbase) will discuss how the concept of Human Factors in the maritime industry can be understood and what it means in practical terms?

The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

April / 2021
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Digitalization & Publication of Historical Sea Charts of the Danish Straits

Thomas T. Nielsen

The waterways and high seas in and around Denmark have been more or less systematically mapped since the renaissance. However, old naval and maritime charts are rarely the precise instruments of navigation and orientation we are used to, and often many other aspects of the coastline are included in the maps. These old maps also do not concur to contemporary navigational grids and coordinate systems which makes comparisons with modern information difficult.

In this video, Associate Professor Thomas T. Nielsen (Roskilde University) will explain about a project where the Maritime Museum of Denmark, The Royal Danish Library and RUC collaborated on scanning, geometrically rectifying and finally publishing old naval charts at historiskatlas.dk.

The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

April / 2021
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Green marine fuels in your engine

Anders Ivarsson

I this video, Associate Professor Anders Ivarsson (DTU Mechanical Engineering) present the current status of their projects and experimental capabilities in the field of green marine fuels (lignin fuel, ammonia, and dimethyl ether) in their combustion engine laboratory.
The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

March / 2021
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Is shipping decarbonization possible – A RoPax case study

Harilaos Psaraftis

In this video, Professor Harilaos Psaraftis (DTU Technical University of Denmark) will outline the main decarbonization challenges.

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted the so-called Initial IMO Strategy in 2018, stipulating that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from international shipping need to be reduced by at least 50% by 2050, and CO2 emissions per transport work are to be reduced by at least 40% by the year 2030, both compared to the 2008 levels.

At the same time, there is an elephant in the room: It is the intent of the European Commission and the European Parliament to include shipping into the EU ETS. How the elephant will be handled is not clear. In this talk we will outline the main decarbonization challenges through a focus on a RoPax case study.
The session was developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

March / 2021
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Limits of capacity building. Lessons from maritime security in the Indian Ocean

Christian Bueger

In this video, Professor Christian Bueger (University of Copenhagen) presents the insights of a research project from the SafeSeas network. The presentation builds on a study of capacity building to fight piracy in the Western Indian Ocean.

March / 2021
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How to optimize port calls?

René Taudal Poulsen

In this video, Associate Professor René Taudal Poulsen (Copenhagen Business School) presents the key findings from an international research project on port call optimization in tanker shipping. The session is developed in collaboration with MARLOG.

March / 2021
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