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CLEAN TECH AT SEA:Why and how to change maritimetransportationIntroductionAfter decades of non-regulation, the maritime lectures, case-study lectures, site visits andindustry is now facing relatively tough group during the two week summer course. Inenvironmental requirements mainly from addition, the course will also comprise severalregulators but also increasingly from the market. social activities in order to facilitate networking and a relaxed environment.The International Maritime Organization (IMO)has passed annexes to the MARPOL convention Course audiencewhich together with EU and US legislation put The course targets Master and PhDpressure on shipping. Also shipping customers students enrolled in Nordic and Europeanand ports are demanding better environmental programs. Preferably, the candidate shouldperformance and documentation. have a background in Marine technology (including ship construction and operationFortunately, the combination of strict & management), Environmental policy,requirements and decades of land-based Environmental governance or Environmentalexperiences in Cleantech gives huge business management.opportunities for those who can and willprovide solutions to the problems – some of Additionally, practitioners in industry andthese solution providers are Danish companies. public authorities are encouraged to apply.Some ports and municipalities even see theupcoming legislative pressures as a lever of ECTS and evaluationregional development and employment. The summer school will provide 5 ECTS for MSc and PhD students. RecommendedThe course main objective is to engage BSc students in their last year of studies areparticipants with the ongoing activities, also welcome to apply. All participants willchallenges and opportunities arising from be evaluated with a written examination, athe maritime sector evolution toward written report produced through the PBLenvironmentally friendly activities. To achieve methodology and an oral presentation at theso, the course is structured under the Problem end of the course.Based Learning (PBL). In addition students will be assigned a seniorPBL is a pedagogy developed in Aalborg faculty to review their manuscript to fit it forUniversity to address real problems in a hands- publication after the summer course. 2.5on way. The course provides theoretical additional ECTS will be granted in this case. 1
Venue Social activitiesAalborg University Here is a list of possible social activities duringFrederikshavn MAN Diesel Academy the summer schoolChalmers University of Technology • Welcome receptionAccomodation • Aalborg by nightEach participant is responsible for his/ her • Trips to beachesown accommodation, transportation and meal • Bowlingarrangements. • Visits to cultural sites • Tour around AAUFor guiding purposes, the following are • Guided tour in Aalborgreasonable alternatives. They can be reservedin advance since the high season comes in - and a lot of other things!August: Participation feeFrederikshavn A participation fee of € 99 will be charged to( 3 Nights from August 05 to August 07) cover the ferry costs and some social events.http://danhostelfrederikshavn.dk/en More informationGothenburg Roberto Rivas Hermann(4 Nights from August 08 to August 10) Aalborg University/ MARCODhttp://www.kvillehotel.se/prices.htm firstname.lastname@example.org tel. +45 9940 3654Aalborg mob. +45 50 12 10 30(7 Nights from August 11 to August 17)http://www.danhostelaalborg.dk/en 2
Registration formFill the following form and email it to: to:email@example.com with the following documents: Roberto Rivas Hermann-Proof of enrolment in MSc or PhD Programme Aalborg University Department Development and Planning Vestre Havnepromenade 9, 3. salRegistration and payment 9000 Aalborgdeadline: June 30th 2012 Denmark firstname.lastname@example.org +45 9940 3654 +45 5012 1030Personal detailsName E-mail address Date of birth Telephone Gender Current address Nationality Current educationEducational program (Name) Year of graduation Level (MSc, PhD) Supervisor University WebpageSummer Course interestHow do the summer school relates to your current education or PhD programme? How did you know about the school? 3
Preliminary program - week 1 (subject to modifications) Course Plan Week 2 Week 1 (06-12 August 2012) Saturday Sunday 05 Monday 06 Tuesday 07 Wednesday 08 Thursday 09 Friday 10 Saturday 11 Sunday 12 MorningArrival/ Arrival/ Introduction to the Guest lecturer: How Lecture: Clean Lecture 4: EMS in Lecture: Challenges Social activity. Social activity.registration registration course and PBL. to reduce Shipping as a lever ports. EMS in in sustainable Gothenburg Aalborg Welcome and Greenhouse Gas for regional Gothenburg port shipping introduction and why Emissions from development and job (TBC). to focus on Maritime Transport creation. Sustainable Shipping. The Frederikshavn Venues Case. Frederikshavn Guest lecturer: The Lecture 2: Relevance Visit and lecture: Lecture: Life Cycle need for Maritime of Eco-innovation/ Emission Reduction Analysis in the Action -an NGO Eco-design to the through better maritime industry Gothenburg Perspective shipping industry Engine Technology/ Site visit MAN Diesel/ Aalborg Orskov Yard Afternoon Guest lecturer: Air Lecture 2 (Cont): Lecture 3: Lecture: How to Lecture 5: Life Cycle Ferry Social activity. Pollution from Relevance of Eco- Value and influence Analysis in the Gothenburg- Aalborg Shipping in the North innovation/ Eco- introduction to EMS- international maritime industry Frederikshavn Sea/ Denmark. design to the Environmental maritime regulation and bus to shipping industry Management to create a market Aalborg Systems for sustainable shipping? (TBC) Lecture 1: Guest lecturer: Site visit Skagen Guest lecture: LCA Understanding the Handling Ballast Tank applied on maritime maritime industry Water – a new fuels: a case study. 17:00 environmental business opportunity Welcome and governance. Drivers course for Clean shipping. introduction Evening "taste the Social event in Ferry Frederikshavn - Gothenburg Culture/ world" Frederikshavn. Gothenburg Focus: Social event Festival/ Theather Stenas environmental efforts Week 2 (13-17 August 2012) Monday 13 Tuesday 14 Wednesday 15 Thursday 16 Friday 17 Saturday 18 Sunday 19 Morning Problem Based Week 1 written PBL: Collecting PBL: Writing report/ Exam preparation Egholm ferry Departures Learning (PBL): An graded exam. empirical evidence Conclusions and afterparty introduction, group (Interviews, surveys) reccomendations formation. PBL: Case study PBL: Collecting research/ Methods empirical evidence and definition of (Interviews, surveys) research problem. Afternoon Visit and lecture: Lecture 6: PBL: Writing report/ PBL: Finish report Oral presentations Departures Departures Business How to promote Case studies. and project development for cleantech supply and submission. clean shipping. Desmi demand? A look into 4 (TBC) Sustainability
Understanding the Handling Ballast Tank applied on maritime maritime industry Water – a new fuels: a case study.17:00 environmental business opportunityWelcome and governance. Drivers ourse for Clean shipping.ntroduction Evening taste theworld" Preliminary program - week 2 Social event in Frederikshavn. Festival/ Theather Ferry Frederikshavn - Gothenburg Focus: Stenas environmental Gothenburg Culture/ Social event (subject to modifications) efforts Week 2 (13-17 August 2012) Monday 13 Tuesday 14 Wednesday 15 Thursday 16 Friday 17 Saturday 18 Sunday 19 Morning Problem Based Week 1 written PBL: Collecting PBL: Writing report/ Exam preparation Egholm ferry Departures Learning (PBL): An graded exam. empirical evidence Conclusions and afterparty introduction, group (Interviews, surveys) reccomendations formation. PBL: Case study PBL: Collecting research/ Methods empirical evidence and definition of (Interviews, surveys) research problem. Afternoon Visit and lecture: Lecture 6: PBL: Writing report/ PBL: Finish report Oral presentations Departures Departures Business How to promote Case studies. and project development for cleantech supply and submission. clean shipping. Desmi demand? A look into (TBC) Sustainability networks/ Triple Helix/ MARKIS PBL: Documenting relevance based on scientific literature. Use of referencing and scientific literature collection software. Evening Exam preparation Workshop: Networks Writing report/ case Exam preparation Summer School and entrepreneurship study evaluation & diploma in the maritime industry 5
Lecturer/ Speaker - Organization(subject to modifications)Henrik Riisgaard Aalborg UniversityRoberto Rivas Hermann Aalborg UniversityKåre Press-Kristensen Eco-council Denmark (TBC)Maria Bruun Skipper Danish Shipowners AssociationTristan Smith Low Carbon Shipping. University College LondonChristian Ingvorsen Desmi Ocean Guard (TBC)Gitte Hyttel Nørgård Frederiksvhan KommuneChristine Lunde-Christensen MARCODSøren H. Jensen MAN Diesel (TBC)Susann Dutt Manager Sustainability, Port of Gothenburg, TBCAnnik Magerholm Fet NTNU, Trondheim, NorwaySelma Bengtsson Chalmers University of TechnologyBjörn Södhal Chalmers University of TechnologyZoi Nikopolou Gothenburg UniversityKarin Andersson Chalmers University of Technology 6