Day 1:

Wednesday 25th September 2019 09:00 – 17:30

  • “Quo Vadis Maritime Technologies – perspectives from the point of view of the Federal Government” Anne Jacobs-Schleithoff, MinR’in, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
  • “Shipowners’ view of current challenges in the areas of reliability, safety and environmental protection” Kapt. Wolfgang Hintzsche, VDR – Verband Deutscher Reeder
  • “Energy optimization in Scandlines and preparation to Zero Emission ferries” Fini Alsted Hansen, Scandlines Danmark Aps
  • “Introduction of LNG ship operation on cruise ships – experience with AIDA Cruises” and “Requirements for future automation systems for passenger ships” Jens Kohlmann, Carnival Maritime GmbH
  • “Vessel autonomy – more than navigation” Lennart Swoboda, Bernhard Schulte GmbH & Co. KG
  • “2020 compliant fuels and the impact on engine design and operation” Konrad Räss, Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd.
  • “New 2-stroke propulsion technologies and outlook to future challenges” Peter H. Kirkeby, MAN Energy Solutions
  • “The Voith Linear Jet, a new and efficient ship propulsion system for fast ships” Dr. Dirk Jürgens, Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG
  • “Modern rudder design – current challenges in new construction and retrofitting” Christoph Steinbach, DAMEN MARINE COMPONENTS Van der Velden Barkemeyer GmbH
  • “Digital Class and the Assurance of Autonomous Systems” Gary Pogson, LR Innovation Group
  • “Risks to a Hull and Machinery insurer due to damage caused by fuels” Steinar Sivertsen, Norwegian Hull Club

Evening Event

Panorama Deck Restaurant Radisson Blu Hotel

19:00 – 23:00  

Day 2:

Thursday 26th September 2019 08:00 – 17:30

  • “Sustainable ship propulsion systems in the context of emissions, sustainability and profitability” Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hinrich Mohr, AVL LIST GmbH
  • “Digital integration of ship operation” Uwe Heine, Wärtsilä SAM Electronics GmbH
  • “Challenges of 2-stage turbocharging in terms of reliability and operational management” Heiko Schmidt, MAN Energy Solutions SE
  • “Reduction of the transmission of structure-borne noise by gears in maritime applications with high comfort requirements” Robin Seiler, VULKAN Kupplungs- und Getriebebau Bernhard Hackforth GmbH & Co. KG
  • “Concept development and optimization of propulsion systems for special ships: gear units and system integration” Dr. Kai Ruschmeyer, Waldemar Herdt, RENK Aktiengesellschaft
  • “Next generation lubricant oils and marine fuels” Fermin Oliva-Miñana, Repsol, S. A.
  • “Intelligent injection system components as a building block for the increasing digitalization of large diesel engines” Dr. Michael Willmann, Emanuel Rauer, Max Rotter, Woodward L’Orange GmbH
  • “Energy and emission saving system solutions” Kai Lindenberg, Öyvind Arntzen, Kongsberg Maritime CM Germany GmbH
  • “Sulfur Cap 2020 and what does it mean to me?” Björn Pompe, Alfa Laval Tumba AB
  • “LNG as marine fuel – the key enabler for cleaner shipping” Dr. Reetta Kaila, Wärtsilä Finland Oyj.
  • “Experience with the installation of scrubbers during the conversion of larger ship series from the point of view of technical and organizational preparation” Dr. Torsten Barenthin, Neptun Ship Design GmbH
  • “Material fatigue and its prediction” Mark Bludszuweit, MET Motoren- und Energietechnik GmbH
  • “Apps, Cloud Access, live data and what does it mean to me?” Jesper Boman, James Marklew, Alfa Laval Tumba AB