World Maritime Conference 2019 (WMC-2019)
★ Scientific Program

Program

Time: October 20-22, 2019
Venue: Shanghai, China

Registration

Time: 08:30-18:00, October 19, 2019 (Saturday) ; Place: Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Opening Ceremony & Activity of the 110th Anniversary Celebration of Shanghai Maritime University

Time: 09:30-11:30, October 20, 2019 (Sunday) ; Place: Gymnasium, Shanghai Maritime University

 

Nobel Laureates Forum

Time: 13:30-14:30, October 20, 2019 (Sunday) ; Place: Auditorium, Shanghai Maritime University

 

Moderator

Mr. Wei Yan, Vice President, Shanghai Maritime University, China

 

13:30-14:00

Title: Blockchain, Its Benefits and Drawbacks

Dr. Eric Maskin, 2007 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, USA

14:00-14:30

Title: Blue Ocean Economy

Dr. George Smoot , 2006 Nobel Prize Lureate in Physics , USA

 

Keynote Forum

Time: 14:30-16:00, October 20, 2019 (Sunday) ; Place: Auditorium, Shanghai Maritime University

 

Moderator

Mr. Wei Yan, Vice President, Shanghai Maritime University, China

 

14:30-14:40

Title: Sustainable Maritime Development: The Key to Achieving the 2030 Agenda
Mr. Chris Trelawny,
Chief, Subdivision for Maritime Development, Technical Cooperation Division, IMO

14:40-15:00

Title: Maritime Cooperation and Maritime Silk Road Construction
Mr. Zuyuan Xu,
Former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China

15:00-15:20  Title: Port Call Digitalization-State of The Art in Sweden
 Mrs. Katarina Noren, Director General, Swedish Maritime Authority, Sweden

15:20-15:40

Title: Future of Digital Shipping
Mr. Casper Ryborg,
Global Head, Transportation and Shipping & Ports, Deloitte,
Denmark

15:40-16:00  Title: Outlook of the Development of Maritime Technology
 Mr. Jianhui Mo, President, China Classification Society, China

16:00-16:20

Title: How Innovation and Technology is Transforming the World’s Largest Bulk Export Ports
Mr. Roger Johnston,
Chief Executive Officer, Pilbara Ports Authority, Australia

 

Announcement of the Research Report on Navigation Status in the South China Sea, 2018

Time: 16:20-16:35, October 20, 2019 (Sunday) ; Place: Auditorium, Shanghai Maritime University

 

High-end Dialogue

Time: 16:35-17:20, October 20, 2019 (Sunday) ; Place: Auditorium, Shanghai Maritime University

 

Forum 1: World Maritime Economy Forum

Time: 08:30-12:10, October 21, 2019 (Monday) ; Place:SIGAPORE,Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Dr. Zheng Wan, Profeeosr, Shanghai Maritime University, China

Co-Chair

Mr. Ian Mills, CEO, Lawrence Mills Consulting, England

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-09:00

Title: “Cool Heads but Warm Hearts” for the Belt and Road Initiative

Dr. Paul Tae-Woo Lee, Director, Maritime Logistics and Free Trade Island Research Center, Ocean College, Zhejiang University, China

09:00-09:25

Title: Can free Trade Zones Spur Port Sector Growth? Evidence from China's Economic Reform

Dr. Zheng Wan, Profeeosr, Shanghai Maritime University, China

09:25-09:50

Title: The World of Superyachts

Mr. Theodoor J. Hooning, Secretary General, Superyacht Builders Association, Monaco

09:50-10:15

Title: Shipping Investment Management

Dr. Danilo Carlo Fumarola, CEO&Chairman of the Board, Gestion Maritime Holdings, Managing Partner and Director, TonnEdge Monaco, Monaco

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:55

Title: Developing the Northern European Freight Route to the Silk Road

Mr. Ian Mills, CEO, Lawrence Mills Consulting, England

10:55-11:20

Title: Chinese Travelers’ Cruising Experience and Preference

Dr. Kam Hung, Associate Professor and MSc Program Leader, School of Hotel and Tourism Management, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China

11:20-11:45

Title: New business Model for Shipping Industry

Dr. KwangSup Shin, Associate Professor, Incheon Incheon National University, Korea

11:45-12:10

Title: The Evolution of International Pattern in the Indo-Pacific Region: Based on Historical and Realistic Perspectives

Mr. Weiqi Zhao, Renmin University of China, China

 

Forum 2: Latest Trends of Green Shipping & Shipping Sustainability

Time: 08:30-12:10, October 21, 2019 (Monday) ; Place:HONG KONG, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Mr. Mohamed Zaitoun, CEO, Zaitoun Green Shipping L.L.C, United Arab Emirates

Co-Chair

Dr. Paul Hilditch, Founder and COO, Green Fuels Research Ltd, UK

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-08:55

Title: Autonomous Maritime Traffic – The Sustainability Premise

Mrs. Paivi Haikkola, Ecosystem Lead, DIMECC / One Sea, Finland

08:55-09:15

Title: New School Shipping Industry

Mr. Mohamed Zaitoun, CEO, Zaitoun Green Shipping L.L.C, United Arab Emirates

09:15-09:35

Title: Green Strategic Planning in International Shipping: An Approach and Methods

Dr. Xiaofang Wu, Coastal and Ocean Management Institute, Xiamen University, China

09:35-09:55

Title: Ship Operations-Potentials for Improvements

Dr. Jakob Buus Petersen, Naval Architect, Ph.D. Director, Vessel Performance Solutions Aps, Denmark

09:55-10:15

Title: Discerning Sustainability Approaches in Shipping

Dr. Luoping Zhang, Professor, Coastal and Ocean Management Institute, Xiamen University, China

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:50

Title: Sustainable Marine Fuels from Waste; Challenges and Prospects

Dr. Paul Hilditch, Founder and COO, Green Fuels Research Ltd, UK

10:50-11:10

Title: Maritime Digitalization - a Finnish Case INTENS

Dr. Zou Guangrong, Senior Scientist, VTT TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTRE OF FINLAND Ltd, Finland

11:10-11:30

Title: Model-based Analysis for Assessing Marine Machinery Deterioration

Mr. Dimitris Sympouras, Technical Advisor, Karlog Shipping Company Ltd, Greece

11:30-11:50

Title: Mission Possible - Reaching Net Zero in the Shipping Industry

Mrs. Faustine Delasalle, Director, Energy Transitions Commission, SYSTEMIQ Ltd., UK

11:50-12:10

Title: Mathematical Modelling and Commercial Management of a Global Dry Bulk Shipping Company

Mr. Mikhail Gerasimov, CROPola Maritime Ltd., Singapore

 

Forum 3: New Generation Smart Ports: Technology, Planning, Operation and Management

Time: 08:30-12:30, October 21, 2019 (Monday) ; Place:ROTTERDAM, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Dr. Roger Johnston, Chief Executive Officer, Pilbara Ports Authority, Australia

Co-Chair

Mr. David Wignall, Chairman, Seaport Consultants Asia, Singapore

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-08:55

Title: Port Call Digitalization -State of The Art in Sweden

Mrs. Katarina Noren, Deputy Director General, Swedish Maritime Authority, Sweden

08:55-09:15

Title: Minimizing Port Congestion via the Capitals Project

Mr. Ian Mills, CEO, Lawrence Mills Consulting, England

09:15-09:35

Title: Coopetition between Ports and Hinterland – Success Stories in Digitalisation

Dr. Stefan Wiech, Partner, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH, Germany

09:35-09:55

Title: How Innovation and Technology is Transforming the World’s Largest Bulk Export Ports

Mr. Roger Johnston, Chief Executive Officer, Pilbara Ports Authority, Australia

09:55-10:15

Title: Multi-Prompt Port Facility, Paradigm Shift in Maritime Logistics

Dr. KangKi LEE, Senior Vice President, AVL List GmbH, Australia

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:50

Title: Port Development Facing the World Supply chain

Mr. Weijun Fei, Deputy Director General / IIEG Chair, China Waterborne Transport Research Institute, China

10:50-11:10

Title: Is being SMART the Future For Ports?

Mr. David Wignall, Chairman, Seaport Consultants Asia, Singapore

11:10-11:30

Title: The Port &Beyond����30 Years Marching of Strategic Planning and Operations Optimization

Dr. LE Meilong, Chair, The Comprehensive Transportation and Logistics Research Center(CT&L), NUAA, China

11:30-11:50

Title: Port, Transportation and Logistics

Capt. Subhangshu Dutt, Director, Om Maritime Pte Ltd, Singapore

11:50-12:10

Title: Green Ports: Why Would Ports Investi In Greening?

Mr. Carsten Westerholt, Deputy Head, Interreg North Sea Region Programme Secretariat, Denmark

12:10-12:30

Title: Global Maritime Trends, Their Implications, and Proposed Action Work

Mr. Truong Bui, Principal, Roland Berger Pte. Ltd., Singapore

 

Forum 4: Ship Design and Building-New Technologies & New Trend

Time: 13:30-17:10, October 21, 2019 (Monday) ; Place: HONG KONG, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Mr. Marc van de Poel, Managing Director, M.A.R.C (Marine Asbestos & Recycling Consultants), The Netherlands

Co-Chair

Mr. Rakesh Bhargava, Director, Sea Sentinels Pte Ltd, Singapore

 

13:30-13:35

Chair’s Introduction

13:35-13:55

Title: Comprehensive Thoughts Analysis of Future Shipbuilding Demand

Mr. Dimitrios Tsalapatis, Director, ‎COSTAMARE SHIPPING COMPANY S.A., Greece

13:55-14:15

Title: On the Effect of the Energy Saving Operation by the Ocean Current Forecast Information.

Dr. Toshiyuki Kano, Research Supervisor, National Maritime Research Institute, Japan

14:15-14:35

Title: Inventory HazMats, According EU Regulation 1257

Mr. Marc van de Poel, Managing Director, M.A.R.C (Marine Asbestos & Recycling Consultants), The Netherlands

14:35-14:55

Title: «IDENTIFY, CAPTURE, RECOVER»75% of the Vessels Engine’S Energy Can Easily be Utilized

Mr. Jon-Age Eidem, ULMATEC Pyro, Norway

14:55-15:15

Title: Application of Soft Computing Theory and Method in Shipbuilding

Dr. Zhi-qian Feng, Professor, Qinzhou University, China

15:15-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-15:50

Title: Cleaning up The Hazmat Act

Mr. Rakesh Bhargava, Director, Sea Sentinels Pte Ltd, Singapore

15:50-16:10

Title: Simulation Driven Ship Design

Mr. Jun Liu, General Manager, Simulation & Test Solutions, Siemens PLM Software, China

16:10-16:30

Title: Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships – Tempting But Challenging Future

Dr. Krzysztof Wrobel, Research Assistant, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland

16:30-16:50

Title: Contribution of Ship Technical Management to the Healthy Development of China Shipping Industry

Mr. Junshan Zou, China Managing Director, V.Group, China

16:50-17:10

Title: Digital Ship Management by Ship Owners (Ship Digital Twin)

Mr. Anil Saini, Maritime Consultant, Digital Ship Management, Dubai(U.A.E.).

 

Forum 5: International Maritime Law in The New Era

Time: 13:10-18:30, October 21, 2019 (Monday) ; Place: ROTTERDAM, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Capt. Rajnikant (Raj) Jadhav, Arbitrator-Mediator, Society of Maritime Arbitrators Inc., (Member–Board of Governors), USA

Co-Chair

Dr. Virginie Tassin Campanella, Founder & Director of VTA Tassin, Avocat à la Cour (Paris Bar) & Dr. in Law (Melbourne & Sorbonne), France

 

13:10-13:15

Chair’s Introduction

13:15-13:35

Title: Coordination between Domestic Law and International Maritime Conventions: The Experience of Spain and Europe Union

Dr. Jose Manuel Martín Osante, Professor of Commercial Law, University of the Basque Country, Executive Director. Spanish Journal of Transport Law, Spain

13:35-13:55

Title: Legal Framework for Electronic Bills of Lading: The German Approach

Dr. Thomas Brinkmann, Partner, Dr. Schackow & Partner Rechtsanwalte, Bremen, Germany

13:55-14:15

Title: Unreasonable and Disproportionate Exercise of A Coastal State’S Soverignty

Mrs. Ida Dahlborg, Advokat, Wistrand Law Firm, Sweden

14:15-14:35

Title: Autonomous Ships and The Colregs

Mr. Harry Hirst, Partner & Master Mariner, Ince & Co, Singapore LLP, Singapore

14:35-14:55

Title: Addressing the Legal Framework to accommodate the Evolution of Autonomous Ships and the Revolution of Disruptive Technology

Capt. Albert Teo, Vice Commodore, World Maritime Heritage Society, Singapore

14:55-15:15

Title: Development and Status of Marine Insurance Coverage Disputs

Capt. Rajnikant (Raj) Jadhav, Arbitrator-Mediator, Society of Maritime Arbitrators Inc., (Member – Board of Governors), USA

15:15-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-15:50

Title: Is ‘Better’ the Enemy of ‘Good Enough’ in Shipbuilding Disputes?

Mr. Michael Monahan, Naval Architect/Maritime Arbitrator, Aereon Marine, London, UK

15:50-16:10

Title: Law and Jurisdiction clauses in Shipping disputes

Mrs. Linda Jacques, Head of Shipping and Logistics, LA Marine, Lester Aldridge LLP, UK

16:10-16:30

Title: Current Developments in Maritime Disputes Resolution in India

Dr. A Francis Julian, Senior Advocate, Maritime Arbitrator and Adjunct Professor of Law, New Delhi, India

16:30-16:50

Title: The Impact of The BBNJ Agreement on Maritime Activities

Dr. Virginie Tassin Campanella, Founder & Director of VTA Tassin, Avocat à la Cour (Paris Bar) & Dr. in Law (Melbourne & Sorbonne), France

16:50-17:10

Title: World Maritime Construction and Related Legal Issues

Dr. Yaodong Yu, Associate Professor and Supervisor, Shanghai Maritime University, China

17:10-17:30

Title: Vessel Scrapping and the IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Cap – Some Recent Developments in Maritime Law

Mr. Norman Hansen Meyer, Partner, Attorney-at-Law, Advokatfirmaet Selmer AS /Selmer law firm, Norway

17:30-17:50

Title: IMO 2020-The Sulphur Cap

Mr. Cedric Declercq, Practice Leader and claims manager APAC Specialty Lines, AXA XL Singapore branch, Singapore

17:50-18:10

Title: Introducing the Geneva Declaration on Human Rights at Sea

Mr. David Hammond, CEO, Human Rights at Sea, Switzerland

16:10-18:30

Title: Recent Trends in Maritime Law In India

Mr. Hari Narayan, Partner & Maritime Lawyer, United Maritime Law Chambers, India

 

Forum 6: Green Shipping and Marine Environmental Protection

Time: 13:30-17:10, October 21, 2019 (Monday) ; Place: SIGAPORE,Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Mr. Tim Wilkins, Environment Director, Regional Manager Asia-Pacific, INTERTANKO, UK

Co-Chair

Dr. Yingen Ge, Dean, College of Transport & Communications, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai 201306, China

 

13:30-13:35

Chair’s Introduction

13:35-14:00

Title: Ship's Sewage Pollution Control - Closing the Gap between Rules and Realities

Dr. Wei Chen, Future Program Development Manager, Wartsila Water Systems Ltd, UK

14:00-14:25

Title: Facts and Fictions Regarding Open Loop Scrubbers

Mr. Niels Bjørn L. Mortensen, Spokesman for Clean Shipping Alliance 2020, Denmark/UK

14:25-14:50

Title: Beyond 2020: Future Environmental Objectives for Tanker Shipping

Mr. Tim Wilkins, Environment Director, Regional Manager Asia-Pacific, INTERTANKO, UK

14:50-15:15

Title: Maritime Training for Emergent Opportunities

Dr. Walt Nadolny, Senior Lecturer, Delegate IMO-MEPC, State University of New York Maritime College, USA

15:15-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-15:55

Title: A Review of Promotion of Shore Power as an Option of Reduction in Shipping Emissions

Dr. Yingen Ge, Dean, College of Transport & Communications, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai 201306, China

15:55-16:20

Title: Challenges/Opportunities in New Era of Maritime Emission Control.

Mr. Roberto Giannetta, Executive Director, Hong Kong Liner Shipping Association, Hong Kong, China

16:20-16:45

Title: Marine Eco-environmental Protection Mission of Green Ships

Dr. Bing Qiao, Professor, Waterborne Transport Research Institute, China

16:45-17:10

Title: INTERTANKO’s Contributions to Regulatory Framework and Guidelines on The 0.50% Sulphur Limit

Mr. GilYong Han, Senior Technical Manager, INTERTANKO, United Kingdom

 

Forum 7: Maritime Transportation and Modern Logistics Management

Time: 08:30-12:10, October 22, 2019 (Tuesday) ; Place: SIGAPORE,Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Mr. Tan Cheng Peng, Director, Chief Executive’s office, Singapore

Co-Chair

Dr. ZHAO Yifei, Assistant Dean of Sino-US Global Logistics Institute, Associate Professor of Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-09:00

Title: End-to-End Logistics: Game-Changing Megatrends and Implications

Mr. Zhanfu YU, Global Partner of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Vice President of Roland Berger China, Focus on Transportation Tourism and Logistics (TTL), China

09:00-09:25

Title: Digital Connectivity on the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road

Mr. Tan Cheng Peng, Director, Chief Executive’s office, Singapore

09:25-09:50

Title: The off-terminal CY operators for the shipping and Logistics supply chain--Example of Xiamen Port

Dr. Jun-min Yi, Professor of Logistics, School of Economics and Management, Xiamen University of Technology, China

09:50-10:15

Title: Fleet and Route Optimization under Uncertainty for Lng Transportation

Dr. Jun Yuan, China Institute of FTZ Supply Chain, Shanghai Maritime University, China

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:55

Title: Input-Output Analysis on Industry Development and Container Throughput

Dr. ZHAO Yifei, Assistant Dean of Sino-US Global Logistics Institute, Associate Professor of Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

10:55-11:20

Title: Price Differentiation Strategy for Lcl Platform Considering Transaction Time

Mr. Yanhui WANG, Master of Sino-US Global Logistics Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

11:20-11:45

Title: Risk Management in Fulfillment Outbound Service Using Deep Learning

Dr. Chang Hyun Kim, Incheon National University, S/W Engineer of Fulfillment Service, Global Operation, Coupang Korea

11:45-12:10

Title: A Study on the Policy Implementation Plan for Participation of Arctic Ocean Transportation by Korean Firms

Dr. Subeom CHOI, PhD program in Logistics System, Graduate School of Logistics, Incheon National University, Korea

 

Forum 8: Maritime Safety and Security under New International Maritime Situation

Time: 08:30-12:30, October 22, 2019 (Tuesday) ; Place: ROTTERDAM, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Mr. David Hammond, Founder & Trustee, Human Rights at Sea (NGO), UK

Co-Chair

Mr. Martyn Thomas, Global Head of Maritime Training, RelyOn Nutec, Denmark/Worldwide

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-08:55

Title: IMRF: The International Charity Improving Maritime Search and Rescue Capability Worldwide

Mr. Zhang Rongjun, Deputy Director General, Donghai Rescue Bureau, Ministry of Transport, Trustee, International Maritime Rescue Federation, China

08:55-09:15

Title: Developing A Very Hands-On Future Maritime Safety Leaders-ALAM’s Safety Marshall Initiative for the Cadets

Capt. Manivannan Subramaniam, Director, Training & Education, Malaysian Maritime Academy (ALAM), Malaysia

09:15-09:35

Title: Cybersecurity and Compliance Risks in Digital Transformation

Mr. Han Le Zhu, Senior Manager, Ernst&Young (China) Advisory Limited, China

09:35-09:55

Title: Salvage Operations in Unstable Jurisdictions

Capt. Dennis Brand, Managing Director, Special Casualty Representative (SCR), brand MARINE CONSULTANTS GmbH, Germany

09:55-10-15

Title: Digitalisation, Automation and Autonomy in Maritime Traffic

Capt. Marko Rahikainen, Chief adviser, Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom, Finland

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:50

Title: Maritime Safety Training-Training the Next Generation

Mr. Martyn Thomas, Global Head of Maritime Training, RelyOn Nutec, Denmark/Worldwide

10:50-11:10

Title: Human Rights at Sea: A Review of the Literature and an Analysis of Current Developments

Dr. Fayokemi Olorundami, Lecturer, University of Greenwich, UK

11:10-11:30

Title: CSO Alliance and Airbus-Combatting organized crime

Mr. Mark Sutcliffe, Managing Director, CSO Alliance, UK

Mr. Etienne Klein, Maritime Solutions Communications, Intelligence & Security, France

11:30-11:50

Title: Bridging the Gap between Cyber Security and ISPS & ISM through Regulatory Impact Analysis

Dr. Pelin Bolat, Assistant Professor, Deputy Dean, Istanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Turkey

11:50-12:10

Title: Empowering Women Seafarers towards Gender Diversity and Sustainability in Shipping: Legal and Policy Issues

Dr. Sony Vineeth, Post Graduate Programme Chair Person, Department of Commerce and Management, School of Arts and Sciences, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Kochi, India

12:10-12:30

Title: Maritime Safety and Security-Challenged By Maritime Cyber Risks in the New Era

Capt. Zillur R Bhuiyan, Managing Director, Marinecare Consultants Bangladesh Ltd, Bangladesh

 

Forum 9: Maritime Education-Innovative Methods and New Technologies

Time: 08:30-12:10, October 22, 2019 (Tuesday) ; Place: MARSEILLES, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Capt. John Lloyd, FNI Chief Executive, The Nautical Institute, UK

Co-Chair

Dr. Mary Lou Lacson Arcelo, President Emeritus and Chairman, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU), Philippines

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-09:00

Title: Next-Generation Navigation Technologies and Maritime Education

Dr. Ruri Shoji, Vice President, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (TUMSAT), Japan

09:00-09:25

Title: MAAP Adopts a New Quality Standard in Education and Training

Dr. Michael A. Amon, QMR, Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, Lead Trainer, DNV-GL BA Philippines, Accreditor, PACUCOA, Committee, IMLA, Philippines

09:25-09:50

Title: Maritime Technology: Automation, Autonomy and Other Opportunities: Are We Ready?

Capt. John Lloyd, FNI Chief Executive, The Nautical Institute, UK

09:50-10:15

Title: On Seafarer Cultures and Maritime Civilization-The Significance of Maritime English as ESP

Dr. Kenji Tanaka, Professor of Navigation Department, Marine Technical College, Japan

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:55

Title: Maritime University Education Innovation

Dr. Mary Lou Lacson Arcelo, President Emeritus and Chairman, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU), Philippines

10:55-11:20

Title: Innovative Approaches and Cooperation for Sustainable Development

Dr. Taner Albayrak, Professor, Department of Maritime Business Management, Piri Reis University/Istanbul, Turkey

11:20-11:45

Title: Mastering Maritime Education and Training: New Teaching Strategies to Adapt to the New Shapes of Learning Practice

Dr. Carmen Chirea-Ungureanu, Associate Professor, Constanta Maritime University, Romania

11:45-12:10

Title: Observation of Teaching Maritime English to Future Seafarers of Different Nationalities

Mrs.Yu Haiyan, Lectuirer of Maritime English, Shanghai Maritime University, China

 

Forum 10: Latest Technologies in Smart Shipping and Marine Fuel

Time: 08:30-12:10, October 22, 2019 (Tuesday) ; Place: HONG KONG, Crowne Plaza Shanghai Harbour City

 

Chair

Mr. George Best, Director, AIS Sales, EMEA & APAC, ORBCOMM, USA

Co-Chair

Mr. Mike Konstantinidis, Co-Founder and CEO, METIS Cyberspace Technology SA, Greece

 

08:30-08:35

Chair’s Introduction

08:35-08:55

Title: How to Implement IoT in the Maritime Industry

Mr. Arild Sæle, Chief Commercial Officer, ScanReach, Norway

08:55-09:15

Title: Future in Marine Shipping. The Most Important Milestones on the Way to the Full Implementation of the IMO e-Navigation Concept

Dr. Adam Weintrit, Professor, Gdynia Maritime University, Poland

09:15-09:35

Title: Satellite AIS, Where Next?

Mr. George Best, Director, AIS Sales, EMEA & APAC, ORBCOMM, USA

09:35-09:55

Title: Galileo Satellite System Contribution to Autonomous Navigation

Dr. Manuel Lopez-Martinez, Technology Officer, European GNSS Agency, Czech Republic

09:55-10-15

Title: Chartering Re-Invented; How Technology Can Enhance Commercial Ship Management Performance

Mr. Panos Dimitracopoulos, Chief Commercial Officer, Signal Group, Greece

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-10:50

Title: Smart Shipping becomes a Reality, Powered by Artificial Intelligence

Mr. Mike Konstantinidis, Co-Founder and CEO, METIS Cyberspace Technology SA, Greece

10:50-11:10

Title: COLREGs constrained Collision Avoidance and Path Planning in a Complex Environment for Autonomous Ships

Dr. Yong Yin and Hong-guang Lyu, Professor, Dalian Maritime University, China

11:10-11:30

Title: Uncharted Waters: LNG as a Marine Fuel in Australasia

Capt. Walter P. Purio, Inaugural CEO, Founder and Global Advocate, LNG Marine Fuel Institute, Australia

11:30-11:50

Title: Let’s Navigate towards Zero-Emission Shipping

Mr. Roel Van De Pas, Chief Commercial Officer, Nedstack Fuel Cell Technology, The Netherlands

11:50-12:10

Title: Methanol as a Marine Fuel

Mr. Timothy Chan, Manager, Government Relations and Business Development (Asia Pacific/Middle East), Methanol Institute, Singapore

 

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Hosting Organization

Co-Hosting Organizations


International Shipping Federation, ISF

The Nautical Institute, UK

China Shipowners' Association

Maritime Safety Administration of the People’s Republic of China

China Classification Society
China Port Association
China Rescue & Salvage of Ministry of Transport of the People’s Republic of China
China Waterborne Transport Research Institute
China Transport Telecommunications & Information Center
Tianjin Research Institute for Water Transport Engineering
China Marine Fire Protection Association
China Highway and Transportation Society

Hong Kong Liner Shipping Association

Operating Organization
Attending Organizations

Maritime Transport and Technology College, Egypt

Vroon Offshore Services Srl, ITALY

Society of Maritime Arbitrators, Inc.,USA

Beibu Gulf University, China

Zaitoun Green Shipping L.L.C, Dubai

METIS Cyberspace Technology SA, Greece

Xiamen University,China

ABC Maritime AG, Switzerland

ScanReach, Norway

United Maritime Law Chambers, India

Gdynia Maritime University, Poland

Marinecare Consultant Bangladesh Limited, Bangladesh

Piri Reis University, Turkey

RelyOn Nutec, UK

SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC, SINGAPORE

Sea Sentinels Pte Ltd, Singapore

COSTAMARE SHIPPING COMPANY, Greece

China Waterborne Transport Research Institute, China

GREEN FUELS RESEARCH, UK

LMAA, UK

Wistrand Law Firm, Sweden

Zhejiang University, China

CONSTANTA MARITIME UNIVERSITY, ROMANIA

THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE, UK

The Comprehensive Transportation & Logistics Research Center(CT&L), China

EIGHTBELLS Training and Consultancy, Australia

brand MARINE CONSULTANTS GmbH, Germany

Shanghai Maritime University, China

Interreg North Sea Region Programme, Denmark

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

University of the Basque Country, Spain

Dr. Schackow and Partner, Germany

ULMATEC Pyro AS, Norway

King Abdulaziz Universit, Saudi Arabia

Pola Maritime Ltd, Singapore

Shanghai  Waigaoqiao  Shipbuilding co.LTD, China

DIMECC / One Sea, Finland

Ince & Co, Singapore LLP, Singapore

School of Arts and Sciences, India

HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH, Germany

MariApps Marine Solutions, Dubai

VTA Tassin law firm, France

Marine Technical College, Japan

Deloitte Consulting, Denmark

Selmer law firm, Norway

Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss), Monaco

Clean Shipping Alliance 2020, DENMARK

Pilbara Ports Authority, Australia

Finnish Transport and Communications Agency, Finland

European GNSS Agency, Spain

State University of New York, USA

HUMAN RIGHTS AT SEA, UK

Dalian Ocean University, China

EarthView Image Inc.China

AVL List GmbH, Australia

National Marine Environmental Monitoring Center, China

Lawrence Mills Consulting/University of Leeds, UK

Vessel Performance Solutions, Denmark

Graduate School of Logistics Incheon National University, South Korea

Methanol Institute, Singapore

ORBCOMM, USA

AXA XL, Singapore

National Maritime Research Institute, JAPAN

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

Swedish Maritime Adminstration, Sweden

European Commission, Germany

Signal Group, Greece

Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan

Wartsila UK Ltd, UK

Nottingham Trent University, UK

School of Economics and Management, Xiamen University of Technology, China

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

INTERTANKO, UK

University of Manitoba, Canada

Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines

Om Maritime Pte Ltd, Singapore

Siemens PLM Software, China

Istanbul Technical University Maritime Faculty, Turkey

Seaport Consultants Asia, Singapore

Lacson Foundation Maritime University (JBLFMU), Philippines

Nedstack Fuel Cell Technology, the Netherlands

LNG Marine Fuel Institute, Australia

MPC Capital AG, Germany

China Classification Society, China

Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, European Commission, Belgium

Port of Rijeka Authority, Croatia

Hong Kong Liner Shipping Association, Hong Kong, China

INTERTANKO, United Kingdom

MPC Capital AG, Germany

German Transport Credit Bank, Germany

British classification society,UK

Massachusetts Maritime Academy,USA

St. Martin's University, USA

Jamaica Caribbean Maritime Academy, Jamaica

University of the Aegean, Greece

World Maritime University, Sweden

Port of Antwerp, Belgium

AVL List GmbH, Austria

RelyOn Nutec, Denmark / Worldwide

MSC Group,China

World Maritime Heritage Society, Singapore

Porto de Sines, Portugal

Port of Newcastle, Australia

Maersk, Denmark

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