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MFO/M21 Maritime Innovation Day

In relation to Oslo Innovation Week, Maritimt Forum Oslofjorden and Maritim 21 will hold an innovation day, Friday October 19 from 08.30-15.00 at the offices of Advokatfirmaet Selmer, Tjuvholmen, Oslo.

Facts

Maritime Innovation Day

Date:
19 October 2012

Time:
08.30 - 15.00

Location:
At the offices of Advokatfirmaet Selmer at Tjuvholmen in Oslo

This year’s event aims to put light on questions such as:

- How to better use maritime research funds?
- What can be done to move more quickly and an improved way from research to commercialization?
- How to ensure that research projects are usable for industry?

 

Provisional program

 0830 – 0900 Registration / breakfast featuring jazz with the Carl Størmer Trio

 

More efficient commercialization of research work

0900 – 0905 Welcome by Odd Torset, General Manager at the Maritimt Forum Osjofjorden

Theme of the day by Joachim Bakke, Manager for MFO Innovasjon

0930 – 0950 Ocean Saver AS – What’s new since the last time? by Glenn Eliassen, COO

0950 – 1010 Star Information Systems AS – history and status by Per Bruun-Lie, previous chairman

1010 – 1030 Break with music

1030 – 1050 Statoil Technology Invvest AS – a current project with Richard Erskine, Managing Director

1050 – 1115 Center for Ship and Ocean Structures by Asgeir Sørensen, Professor NTNU

 

1115 – 1145 Lunch

 

1145 – 1215 Jazz Code – innovation meets improvisation with Carl Størmer

1215 – 1330 Workshop – concrete questions for debate, suggestions for further discussions

 

MFO-Connect Starting Point

 

1330 – 1340 Welcome by Nils Erik Skarsgård, Business Developer Connect Østlandet

1340 – 1400 Presentation of the companies in plenary:

Trapp Systems AS – Anti Pirate Boarding System by Klaus Trapp, Managing Director

Marine Global Group AS – New Scrubber by Peter Strandberg, Managing Director

 

1400 – 1500 Parallel starting points are completed

 1500              The day comes to an end

 

REGISTRATION FOR MARITIMT FORUM OSLOFJORDEN:

Kevin Gallagher (kevin.gallagher@oslo.teknopol.no)

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