INTRODUCTION TO BLUE ECONOMY (8 OCTOBER 2020)

TORGER REVE

Introduction to ocean industries, new strategic opportunities in related industries, examples in Norway as Norway is perfectly positioned to take lead positions in emerging ocean industries. Area of technology and business collaboration.


INNOVATION MANAGEMENT
(4-6 NOVEMBER 2020)

LISA COWEY

1. Introduction to Innovation as a Management Process

  • Introduction to innovation
  • Enhancing competitiveness and sustainability through innovation
  • Innovation as a management process
  • Developing and sustaining an organisational culture of open innovation

2. Developing Technology and Knowledge based Products and Services

  • Introduction to New Product Development
  • Idea generation and screening
  • Assessing ideas for their commercial potential
  • Intellectual Property Issues in new product development

3. Innovation in the context of Blue Growth

  • Blue economy and innovation strategy
  • Technologies, trends and trade
  • Examples and Case studies

OCEAN ENERGY

JON LEREIM

1. Technology analysis and monitoring

  • Product life cycle
  • The impact of remote control
  • Condition monitoring
  • System design and optimisation
  • Standardisation
  • Lean approaches

2. Business model value innovation and organisation

  • From value chain to value network
  • Connected networks
  • Performance-based contract models
  • Risk & opportunity in business & contract models
  • Business case and organisation models

3. Mastering the disruptive ocean business environment

  • The future market and business environment & VUCA
    o Volatility
    o Uncertainty
    o Complexity
    o Ambiguity
  • How to achieve leadership performance excellence in a VUCA environment
  • Decision making under uncertainty
  • Innovation & scale-ups

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PRIVACY PROTECTION

 VOLKER WITTPAHL

1. Personal risks of, and within, data

2. How to protect my data

3. How to protect the digital systems I use

The lecture aims to raise awareness about a proper use of digital systems, infrastructure, and data, focusing on digital privacy and security. Using free but not open souce software may mean paying with user’s own or even their friend’s or partner’s data. Value for free can be created for companies offering solutions without user’s conscious participation. To steer clear of that kind of situations, participants will learn to use the benefits of FLOSS (Free (Libre) and Open Source Software) and to avoid data frauds; they will also get an overview of FLOSS alternatives to commercial standard solutions. Prospective researchers and business people will develop awareness about potential data frauds and damage to their organisations.

AQUACULTURE

BELA H. BUCK

  1. Introduction into Aquaculture (including basic parameters, species, feed, market, environment, etc.)
  2. Land-Based Aquaculture (including pond systems, flow through, RAS, and the respective species and their needs)
  3. Aquaculture at Sea (including system design, O&M, harvest, nearshore to offshore [exposed], vessels)COURSE FIVE: AQUACULTURE

IOT AND BLOCK CHAIN FOR PORTS

GIOVANNI DI NOTO

Fundamentals on Blockchain, DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology), IoT, AI/ML technologies  &  their application in Smart Supply Chain

Module 1 | DLT core concepts & underpinning technologies
Module 2 | DLT use cases (30+ over 10 core domains)
Module 3 | IoT, BigData and AI technologies core concepts & underpinning technologies
Module 4 | Technologies organic convergence and emergent phenomena
Module 5 | supply chain DLT sector

COASTAL TOURISM

LASZLO PUCZKO

  1. Coasts, Tourism & Wellness: a new growth sector for the tourism industries? The Pros and Cons. (Laszlo Pusko arba Melanie Smith) (Health – Wellness and SPA – tourism phenomenon, determinants, drivers, trends; Well-being definition, types; Health tourism relationship with Sustainable Coastal Tourism; Health Tourism practices, facts and figures; Global challenges and transformations in Tourism (Corona..), focusing on Coastal Tourism, Health Tourism and Sustainability; ect.
  2. Innovations for Sustainable Coastal/Health Tourism and Well-being (Antoni Vidal, Valencia (EU-Conexus) arba prof. dr. Nadja Janovska, Lenkija) (Concepts, Characteristics and Models; Innovations in Health Tourism Process, Benefit and Risk; Relationships between Innovations and Tourism sector Change; Best practices and examples).
  3. Developing Coastal area as Sustainable Health Tourism Destination (John Wallin Pedersen, Danija) (Health Tourism Management and Marketing; Health tourism service development process models)

 

MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY

JERONIMO CHIRIVELLA MARTORELL

1. Blue bioeconomy potential, EU Blue Growth strategy, Blue biotechnology market overview. The use of marine biotechnology products: energy, food and feeding, bioinspired material, medicine, bioremediation.

2. Marine organisms for biotechnology. Cultivation and storage modes. Identification of novel compounds, screening of marine-derived extracts, exploring biological activities and functions.

3. The value chain of marine biotechnology development: from idea to market

 

SHIPPING AND PORTS

NIELS GORM MALÝ RYTTER

Day 1:  Introduction to Fundamentals of Shipping Processes. Simulation-based training and team building. The liner shipping game.

Day 2:  Digital, Sustainable and Competitive Shipping.. Macro view of the shipping industry and its digital and sustainable transformation journey. Business Improvement and Digitalization Framework. Digitalizing shipping data value chains.

Case examples from Container, RoRo, Tanker / Bulk shipping

CONTAINER PORTS

LAWRENCE HENESEY

  1. Atomation in container terminals
  2. Agent-based simulation architecture for evaluating operational policies in transshipping containers
  3. Market-driven control in container terminal management
  4.  Automated guided vehicles in a container terminal

BUSINESS STRATEGY/FINAL PROJECT

MARCO J. MENICHETTI

International Business Finance

Sustainable Investing