Register for event Seminar: Maritime traffic patterns, hydrodynamics and risk analyses in Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak

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Tue, 17 Dec 2019 -
11:00 to 15:45
Location: 
SSPA, Chalmers tvärgata 10, Gothenburg
Organiser: 
SSPA Sweden AB & Lighthouse

Seminar: Maritime traffic patterns, hydrodynamics and risk analyses in Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak

 

Welcome to a day, presenting the latest research on maritime analysis. To be able to reduce shipping accidents, environmental footprint, and maritime infrastructure costs, researchers need to continue develop and test new methods and tools. The improved maritime analysis will allow experts to make predictions about the effects of certain changes made to routes, infrastructures or traffic patterns, and provide better decision support.

The seminar is organized as part of the research project MARIA – MARItime Analyses, in collaboration with Lighthouse. Good opportunities to network, as well as coffee and lunch are included.

The seminar will be in English, free of charge and registration is needed. Welcome!

 

Location
SSPA, Gothenburg

Moderator
Åsa Burman, Lighthouse

Programme
10:30 Coffee and registration

11:00 Welcome and introduction
Åsa Burman, Director at Lighthouse, Nicole Costa, Project Manager and Researcher at SSPA

Probability analysis of ship failures in a bridge collision aspect and normal ship behaviour in the ÖKS region
Axel Hörteborn, Project Manager and Industrial PhD student at SSPA

Insight into near-miss incidents – authorities’ viewpoint
Christopher Saarnak, Chief Advisor and Project Manager at the Danish Maritime Authority and Mads Bentzen Billesø, Senior Project Manager at DFDS

Lunch

Efficient Time Domain Simulation of Waves
Olov Lundbäck, Project Manager at SSPA

Analysis methods for marine dynamics
Olov Lundbäck (on behalf of Martin Alexandersson, Data Analyst, Developer and Industrial PhD Student at SSPA)

Analysing the impact of a port conflict on maritime traffic and port performance
Martin Svanberg, Project Manager and Researcher at SSPA

Coffee break

Skin Friction Database
Michael Leer-Andersen, Project Manager and Researcher at SSPA

Route prediction for autonomous ship applications in densely trafficked areas
Fredrik Olsson, Core Developer at SSPA

15:40 End

NOTE! The seminar is aimed at industry, academia and the public sector interested in the area. The seminar is free and lunch is included, but registration is required. No attendance without cancellation is charged with 500 SEK. The seminar will be held in English.

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