03.03.2020

Conference: Smart Port. The merged sea & space network

Conference: Smart Port. The merged sea & space network

Space Sciences Committee Polish Academy of Sciences / Gdańsk Branch in cooperation with Baltic Sea & Space Cluster and Polish Space Agency (POLSA) invite for conference: Smart Port. The merged sea & space network 12th March 2020 at Pomeranian Science and Technology Park (Sala Morska – Bud. II), Aleja Zwycięstwa 96/98, Gdynia.

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09:30 Registration

10.00-11.00 Opening Session – moderator: Prof. Edmund Wittbrodt,

Welcome by PhD Wojciech Szczurek – Major of the Gdynia City.

Welcome by Prof. Marek Grzybowski – President of the Board, Baltic Sea & Space Cluster.

The concept of sustainable development of Gdynia smart city – Bartosz Bartoszewicz, Vice- Major of the Gdynia City.

GALATEA – Grow and accelerate your smart projects in new value chains of the European Blue Economy –  Océane Le  Bot, Project Manager, Pôle MerMéditerranée.

ECOPRODIGI – Navigating towards a sustainable future for maritime industry – Milla Harju, Project Manager, Pan-European Institute at the University of Turku.

11:00-12:30 “Young Stars” Session – moderator: PhD Paweł Chyc

Drones in the service of sea ports – Mateusz Dyrda, Robotics Association SKALP;

Space projects for Young Stars – Agnieszka Elwertowska, PW-Sat 3 Project;

From Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski to the autonomous external port – Krystian Zagrobelny, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia;

Promoting the idea of space exploration – Daria Malanowska, MySpace Foundation;

Port infrastructure management in the „port-satellite-port” system – Sonia Gadomska and Adrianna Szczupakowska, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia;

Polish technical thought in space – Adam Dąbrowski, Gdansk University of Technology;

Producer’s liability for damage to port infrastructure in autonomous seaports – Adam Labuhn, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia.

12:30 -13:00 Coffee break

13:00 -14:30 Smart Port Applications’ Session – moderator: Prof. Marek Grzybowski

Smart Port Gdynia solutions – Beata Szymanowska, Department Manager, Technology Research and Development Department, Port of Gdynia

Smart Port Gdańsk solutions – Wiktor Szypiłow, Filip Ręczmin, Port of Gdańsk

Smart Solutions in the Port of Hamburg – Maciej Brzozowski, Port of Hamburg, Director of the branch in Poland;

Intelligent data collection and analysis system for air pollution monitoring, risk assesment and predictions – Marta Wenta, Data Scientist & Product Manager, SeaData

Using Virtual Reality to Improve Port Equipment Operators Training – Tomasz Lisiecki, Chairman Of The Board,  New Competencies Center

14:30-15:00 Lunch

15:00 – 16:00 Research Session – moderator: Prof. Zdzisław Brodecki

Spatial planning and development in Polish seaports – Prof. Tomasz Bąkowski, University of Gdańsk.

Maritime spatial planning of Polish maritime areas – Prof. Maciej Nyka, University of Gdańsk;

Impact of „Revolution 4.0” on the development of port transport hubs – Prof. Bohdan Jeliński, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia;

Innovative security infrastructure of the port of Gdynia – PhD Wojciech Wosek, Phd Ewelina Parysek, Paweł Wawrzyniak, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia;

Problems of offshore pipelines on the Baltic Sea – PhD Magdalena Konopacka, University of Oslo, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia.

Financial security issues – Prof. Andrzej Drwiłło, PhD Anna Reiwer-Kaliszewska, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia;

16:30    Discussion and closing remarks – Prof. Edmund Wittbrodt.