1. Tag:

Mittwoch 20.09.2023

  • Einführung / Grußwort, Wirtschaftsministerium MV
  • „Recent developments of the shipping regulatory landscape” – Sebastian Ebbing, VDR – Verband Deutscher Reeder
  • „Measures for Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Hapag-Lloyd’s Fleet“ – Dr. Christoph Thiem*, Dr. Georg Eljardt, Kapt. Wolfram Guntermann, Maximilian Riedel, Hapag-Lloyd AG
  • „Operation of merchant vessels on marine biofuels – An owner’s/operator’s perspective“ – Dr. Jan Seidl-Zelenka*, Dr. Federica Conti, Sam Nivin, Henrik Røjel, Dampskibsselskabet NORDEN A/S
  • „Battery hybrids in the field: experience and data-driven analysis“ – Dr. Mathias Moser, MAN Energy Solutions SE
  • „Autonomous Shipping – WinGD View on the Engine Room“ – Peter Krähenbühl,  Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd.
  • „Direct Drive into Future…“ – Peter Falk, GEA Westfalia Separator Group GmbH
  • „Reducing emissions and impact of new available fuel types on the fuel treatment system“ – Franciska Kjellström, Alfa Laval Technologies AB
  • „Filtration for Alternative Marine Fuels“ – Stefan Lambertz, Boll & Kirch Filterbau GmbH
  • „The MMG Re-Design Programme – 10 years efficiency enhancement by propeller retrofit“ – Dr. Lars Greitsch, MMG Mecklenburger Metallguß GmbH
  • „Adaption of Propulsion Systems for future challenges“ – Dr. Max  Steden*, Henrik Marinussen, MAN Energy Solutions; Aft Ship & Propeller
  • „Development and full scale testing of the gearless electric Voith Schneider Propeller (eVSP)“ – Dr. Dirk Jürgens, Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG


19:00 Uhr – 23:00 Uhr – CarLo615 Restaurant im Rostocker Stadthafen

2. Tag:

Donnerstag 21.09.2023

  • „Accelleron’s X300 Series turbochargers – more than an evolutionary step“ – Thomas  Matt, Accelleron, Turbo Systems Switzerland Ltd.
  • „Moving big things to Zero – How turbochargers contribute to the CO2-reduction of 2-stroke engines“ – Dr. Klaus Bartholomä*, Christian Reith, Stefan Münch, MAN Energy Solutions SE
  • „The trade-off between efficient turbocharging and exhaust aftertreatment for conventional and alternative fuels“ – Thomas  Pitschel*, Dr. Silvio Risse, Kompressorenbau Bannewitz GmbH
  • „Hull & Machinery damage statistics (or trends) and significant occurrences“ – Steinar Sivertsen, Norwegian Hull Club
  • „Condition-based monitoring of large engines: innovative tools to derive predictive maintenance strategies for crankcase-related components“ – Dr. Horst Brünnet, Schaller Automation Industrielle Automationstechnik GmbH & Co. KG 
  • „Long-term fatigue (VHCF) – an assessable risk for the safety of the ship’s machinery?“ – Steffen  Fischer*, AMS Advanced Marine Surveys GmbH / Martin Schaminski, Tomasz Predko, MET Motoren- und Energietechnik GmbH
  • „20 years of developing fuel cells and hydrogen technologies for passenger shipping – lessons learned and outlook“ – Ragnar Christenson, Meyer Werft GmbH & Co. KG
  • „CAMPFIRE Ammonia-fueled Cracker-Engine-Propulsion System for Inland Waterway Vessels – actual Development Status and Safety Considerations“ – Prof. Hinrich Mohr, GasKraft Engineering
  • “Module solutions for LNG and future fuels” – Benjamin Franke, GenSys GmbH
  • „From stand-alone torsional vibration monitoring towards a digitalized monitoring system – a field experience report“ – Dr. Andreas  Thalhammer, Geislinger GmbH
  • „The potential of magnetocaloric heat-to power conversion for sustainable shipping” – Dr. Gunnar Gödecke, Vulkan  GmbH & Co. KG
  • „Electrification of ships for future-proof propulsion systems“ – Uwe Heine, Wärtsilä Deutschland GmbH

* – vortragender Co-Autor