Marine Bioresources - 8 > 12 octobre 2018

Sessions

Monday 8th Oct. | Tuesday 9th Oct. | Wednesday 10th Oct. | Thursday 11th Oct. | Friday 12th Oct. | Sessions with restricted access

PLENARY 1 | PLENARY 2 | PLENARY 3

See also an overview of the programme [HERE]

New! See also the detailed programme in pdf

 

Monday 8th October 2018

Afternoon

Other themes of Sea Tech Week

O1 - MOQESM: Robotics and archaeology under waters (Part I-a)

Organised by: Department of underwater and underwater archaeological researches(searches) (DRASSM), ENSTA Bretagne/Lab-STICC, Université de Montpellier/LIRMM, Shom

Keywords: robotics, archaeology, exploration, mapping

Location: Room 2

(Session in French)

Underwater robotics for measurement and exploration. These talks will be delivered to an audience of scientists, engineers and industrials who have a link with underwater robotics.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

Tuesday 9th October 2018

Morning

 

Central theme - marine bioresources

B1 - Bioresources: unlocking and accessing the potential of the marine environment (Part I)

[Bioresources]

Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, EMBRC-France

Keywords: Bioresources, applications, Research infrastructures, Service, Industry support

Location: "Petit Théâtre"

(Session in English)

Marine bioresources are at the heart of economic activities in the maritime regions, providing the food we eat, the air we breathe, and to an increasing, extent new products and a new frontier to explore in terms of biotechnological advances. Brittany and the surrounding regions have a wealth of expertise and projects valorising biological resources from the sea and continue to drive and innovate the biotech sector. This session will give a flavour of what Brittany had to offer of activities related to marine bioresources in public-private partnerships, industrial R&D, and fundamental research, and how to access the marine ecosystems, its biological resources and related expertise through the international network of research infrastructures present in Brittany.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

M1 - Marine Environmental Protection Policy: Implementation of the Marine Strategy and Maritime Spatial Planning Directives (Part I)

[Management, protection and implementing regulations]

Organised by: UMR AMURE (CNRS, Ifremer, UBO), Shom, Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Keywords: Maritime Policy, Ecosystem based management, Marine spatial planning

Location: "Méridienne"

(French-English simultaneous translation)

The marine environment contains an exceptional biodiversity subjected to important pressures of anthropic and climatic origin. Ecosystem-based management of the marine environment and maritime spatial planning are at the heart of policies aimed at combining sustainability and blue growth. Marine Strategy Framework (MSFD) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MEPFD) Framework Directives are the pillars of the integrated maritime policy of the European Union. France is coordinating their implementation as part of the preparation of maritime strategic plans (DSF). Objectives, process, stakeholders engagement, scientific expertise, and operational follow-up; where are we in France and beyond?

[Programme]

 

BT1 - Masters biologie Sciences de la Mer et du Littoral (UBO, UBS) - rencontre avec Alumni (Part I)

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction] + [Socioeconomic approach]

Organised by: IUEM

Location: Room 3/4

(Session in French)

 

S1 - She4Sea workshop: good practices in gender equality in the Atlantic maritime economy

[Socioeconomic approach]

Organised by: Atlantic Arc Cities, Brest métropole

Keywords: women in maritime affairs

Location: Room 5

(Session in English)

The workshop will consist in short and interactive presentations from each speaker both about the project and on personal experiences of women in the Atlantic maritime affairs. The aim of this workshop is to promote gender equality showing good practice while obtaining new ideas through brainstorming, exchanges and knowledge transfer in the context of the Atlantic Maritime Strategy.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

Other themes of Sea Tech Week

O1 - MOQESM: Robotics and archaeology under waters (Part I)

Organised by: Department of underwater and underwater archaeological researches(searches) (DRASSM), ENSTA Bretagne/Lab-STICC, Université de Montpellier/LIRMM, Shom

Keywords: robotics, archaeology, exploration, mapping

Location: Room 2

(Session in French)

Searching for La Cordelière and The Regent.

August 10, 1512, the ship of the Duchess Anne "La Cordelière"  and "the Regent" an English ship of King Henry VIII, both sank after a battle bringing together about fifty ships. The DRASSM and the Regional Council of Brittany  rely on a set of scientific partners, which bring complementary expertise: ENSTA Bretagne (robotics), UBS (archives), LIRMM (robotics), SHOM ( bathymetry), Ifremer / UBO (geomorphology), iXBlue (localization and detection) and Ecrans du monde. The programme of this day is addressed to a large audience. The speakers will be historians, archeologists, roboticians and engineers. The main topics of this day  will be archeology and underwater robotic with a focus on some researches to take place to find the two wrecks "La Cordelière" and "The Regent". The presentations will be in French.

[Detailed programme and list speakers]

 

O2 - Information Technology, Ocean Data Science and Physical Oceanography (Part I)

Organised by: UBO - IUEM

Keywords: ocean currents, marine acoustics, in situ data, numerical models, Information technology, sensors, environment watch

Location: Room 7

(Session in English)

This session deals with challenges and opportunities on collaborative research on physical oceanography, ocean data science and information technology between the Ocean University of China (OUC) & State Oceanic Administration (SOA) and Brest University - IBNM (Brest Mathematical and Digital Institute)/Engineering Schools/institutes. In particular, this session is aimed at promoting fruitful experience interchanges and discussions.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

 

Lunchtime

Inauguration of Sea Tech Week and its professional exhibition. Official speeches.

Location: Meridienne and Professional exhibition

  • François CUILLANDRE, Président de Brest métropole
  • Bernard FRIESS, Directeur "Politique maritime et économie bleue" à la direction générale des affaires maritimes et de la pêche de la Commission européenne
  • Rolf Einar FIFE, Ambassadeur de Norvège en France
  • M. Le Président de la Région Bretagne ou son/sa représentant(e)

 

Afternoon

 

Central theme - marine bioresources

PLENARY I - What future for marine bioresources in the EU? | Round-table

Location: "Méridienne"

(French-English simultaneous translation)

Marine bioresources (fishing and aquaculture) in Europe is progressing only slowly and the gap between production and needs are to expand in the coming years. What are the barriers and is their a real push for the sector to develop ? Current actions and needs will be described going from a Regional to a European point of view.

  • KARLESKIND Pierre, Vice president in charge of sea and port facility, Brittany Region, France

  • MONOT Frédéric, in charge of the EERB (Environment, Ecosystems and Biological resources) department, French National Research Agency (ANR), France

  • BERGSETH Steinar, Coordinator of Marine Biotech ERA-NET project, Research Council of Norway (RCN), Norway

  • MABILIA Valentina, Policy Officer at the Directorate Maritime Policy / Blue BioEconomy of which Aquaculture and spatial planning, DG-MARE

B1 - Bioresources: unlocking and accessing the potential of the marine environment (Part II)

[Bioresources]

Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, EMBRC-France

Keywords: Bioresources, applications, Research infrastructures, Service, Industry support

Location: "Petit Théâtre"

(Session in English)

Marine bioresources are at the heart of economic activities in the maritime regions, providing the food we eat, the air we breathe, and to an increasing, extent new products and a new frontier to explore in terms of biotechnological advances. Brittany and the surrounding regions have a wealth of expertise and projects valorising biological resources from the sea and continue to drive and innovate the biotech sector. This session will give a flavour of what Brittany had to offer of activities related to marine bioresources in public-private partnerships, industrial R&D, and fundamental research, and how to access the marine ecosystems, its biological resources and related expertise through the international network of research infrastructures present in Brittany.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

M1 - Marine Environmental Protection Policy: Implementation of the Marine Strategy and Maritime Spatial Planning Directives (Part II)

[Management, protection and implementing regulations]

Organised by: UMR AMURE (CNRS, Ifremer, UBO), Shom, Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Keywords: Maritime Policy, Ecosystem based management, Marine spatial planning

Location: "Méridienne"

(French-English simultaneous translation)

The marine environment contains an exceptional biodiversity subjected to important pressures of anthropic and climatic origin. Ecosystem-based management of the marine environment and maritime spatial planning are at the heart of policies aimed at combining sustainability and blue growth. Marine Strategy Framework (MSFD) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MEPFD) Framework Directives are the pillars of the integrated maritime policy of the European Union. France is coordinating their implementation as part of the preparation of maritime strategic plans (DSF). Objectives, process, stakeholders engagement, scientific expertise, and operational follow-up; where are we in France and beyond?

[Detailed programme]

 

BT1 - Masters biologie Sciences de la Mer et du Littoral (UBO, UBS) - rencontre avec Alumni (Part II)

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction] + [Socioeconomic approach]

Organised by: IUEM

Keywords: Chemistry Ecology and blue application, Biomimetic approaches for polymer development, Bioremediation, Control of aquacole pathogens

Location: Room 3/4

(Session in English)

The session aims to present some innovative international research and collaboration projects developed by IUEM

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

Other themes of Sea Tech Week

 

O1 - MOQESM: Robotics and archaeology under waters (Part II)

Organised by: Department of underwater and underwater archaeological researches(searches) (DRASSM), ENSTA Bretagne/Lab-STICC, Université de Montpellier/LIRMM, Shom

Keywords: robotics, archaeology, exploration, mapping

Location: Room 2

(Session in French)

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

O2 - Information Technology, Ocean Data Science and Physical Oceanography (Part II)

Organised by: UBO - IUEM

Keywords: ocean currents, marine acoustics, in situ data, numerical models, Information technology, sensors, environment watch

Location: Room 7

(Session in English)

This session deals with challenges and opportunities on collaborative research on physical oceanography, ocean data science and information technology between the Ocean University of China (OUC) & State Oceanic Administration (SOA) and Brest University - IBNM (Brest Mathematical and Digital Institute)/Engineering Schools/institutes. In particular, this session is aimed at promoting fruitful experience interchanges and discussions.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

Wednesday 10th October 2018

Morning

 

Central theme - marine bioresources

Norwegian session - Concepts to achieve a sustainable management and use of ocean resources

Organised by: Norwegian Ambassy and Innovation Norway

Keywords: Sustainable development goals, Science based management, New technology for national resource stock assessments, Principles for marine ressource management, Eco-system approaches.

Location: "Petit Théâtre"

(Session in English)

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

BT2 - Extract and go to the market

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction]

Organised by: CBB Capbiotek, ID2Santé, LEMAR (UBO, IRD, CNRS, Ifremer)

Keywords: Valorisation, market, opportunities

Location: Meridienne

(Session in English)

Laboratories and companies are invited to showcase their latest innovations in the processing of marine products, and present potential applications in the fields of health, cosmetics, agrifood and agriculture…

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

M1b - European project SIMNORAT : Come challenge yourself ! What if the marine spatiale planning was entrusted to you ?

[Management, protection and implementing regulations]

Organised by: UMR AMURE (CNRS, Ifremer, UBO)

Keywords: Integrated maritime policy, marine spatial planning (MSP), SIMNORAT, transborder challenges

Location: Room 8

(Session in French)

The integrated maritime policy implementation and its follow-up, the marine spatial planning process, gather together various stakeholders. These stakeholders have different expectations and constraints depending on their sector of activity. The European project SIMNORAT aims to support the implementation of the marine spatial planning in a cross-boundary environment. In this context, the SIMNORAT French national workshop offers an animation around the role-play “MSP challenge”. The goal ? Support the various stakeholders understanding of the stakes and constraints of all the business-lines in order to reach a consensus between environment conservation and sustainable development of maritime-related activities. Registration to this session is mandatory and is done within the limit of available places (Max. 20 persons).

[Detailed programme]

 

S2 - Innovating in marine bioresources, a transversal approach (Part I)

[Socioeconomic approach]

Organised by: Brest Business School, SATT Ouest Valorisation, Vidon IP Law Group

Keywords: Value creation, Market, Intellectual property

Location: Room 2

(Session in English)

The economic potential of marine bioresources is a vehicle for the creation of businesses or diversification of companies already established. These companies face socio-economic and legal issues, including access to bioresources. They are faced with many questions. This session will follow a transversal approach and to focus on two main issues:

  • How shall the company take position to the market?
  • How shall the company manage intellectual property to integrate into this market?

These questions will be addressed by academics as well as professionals of development. They will also be illustrated by feedbacks from the creators of companies using marine bioresources in different sectors of activity.
After a discussion about these two main issues, we propose a more playful session. Come test your creativity during an innovative workshop where researchers and business creators will share their skills and visions in order to enhance the marine bioresources.…

[Detailed programme]

 

F1 - Sustainable fishing (Part I)

[Production, harvesting, fishing and aquaculture]

Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, Ifremer

Keywords: research, protection, evolution, monitoring, digital fishing, feamp

Location: Room 1

(Session in English)

The workshop will be dedicated to sustainable fishing with different thematics. Increase knowledge on the state of fish stocks and marine biodiversity is essential to a sustainable management of the fisheries. Professionals, enterprises and researchers work in close collaborations to increase knowledge and understanding of the ecosystems and their evolution regarding climate change. Illustrations with different on-going projects (national, European) dealing with observation, data collecting, capture and selectivity.
Another issue deals with the increasing needs of the markets for seafood and marine proteins for their safety and dietary properties. Indeed one of the main challenges of the century is to ensure a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable seafood production. Interest in marine proteins naturally rich in valuable nutrients for a healthy diet is continuously growing. Innovative solutions are currently being implemented in Europe to improve the safety and dietary properties of seafood. On the same way the exploitation of the whole biomass (byproducts) is becoming a strategic issue (biorefinery concept).
National and European projects will be highlighted during the workshop. As a transversal issue, the WS will  also be the opportunity to highlight the increasing place of the digitalisation in the different domains of the fishing sector.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

Other themes of Sea Tech Week

O1 - MOQESM: Robotics/Underwater engineering (Part III)

Organised by: ENSTA Bretagne

Keywords: robotics, AUV, exploration, oscillating water column

Location: Room 7

(Session in English)

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

Afternoon

 

Central theme - marine bioresources

PLENARY 2 - Careers in marine bioresources, how to find the best qualifications and skills? | Round-table

Location: Meridienne

(French-English simultaneous translation)

The marine bioresource sector is changing in Europe. Conventional marine farming practices are slowly importing new technologies and processes (from first step transformation to biotechs) in order to be more economically competitive. The need for skills in new geographic areas is expected to swell and new profiles are now maybe needed. Do the qualifications provided by the EU meet the required skills ?

  • CADORET Jean-Paul, Director of Greensea, France

  • ALMÅS Karl Andreas, Special Adviser, SINTEF Ocean, and Vice President of the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences, Norway

  • PONS Catherine, Office Manager of FEAP, EATIP project, FEAP-Belgium

 

F1 - Sustainable fishing (Part II)

[Production, harvesting, fishing and aquaculture]

Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, Ifremer

Keywords: research, protection, evolution, monitoring, digital fishing, feamp

Location: Room 1

(Session in English)

The workshop will be dedicated to sustainable fishing with different thematics. Increase knowledge on the state of fish stocks and marine biodiversity is essential to a sustainable management of the fisheries. Professionals, enterprises and researchers work in close collaborations to increase knowledge and understanding of the ecosystems and their evolution regarding climate change. Illustrations with different on-going projects (national, European) dealing with observation, data collecting, capture and selectivity.
Another issue deals with the increasing needs of the markets for seafood and marine proteins for their safety and dietary properties. Indeed one of the main challenges of the century is to ensure a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable seafood production. Interest in marine proteins naturally rich in valuable nutrients for a healthy diet is continuously growing. Innovative solutions are currently being implemented in Europe to improve the safety and dietary properties of seafood. On the same way the exploitation of the whole biomass (byproducts) is becoming a strategic issue (biorefinery concept).
National and European projects will be highlighted during the workshop. As a transversal issue, the WS will  also be the opportunity to highlight the increasing place of the digitalisation in the different domains of the fishing sector.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

S2 - Innovating in marine bioresources, a transversal approach (Part II)

[Socioeconomic approach]

Organised by: Brest Business School, SATT Ouest Valorisation, Vidon IP Law Group

Keywords: Value creation, Market, Intellectual property

Location: Room 2

(Session in French)

[Programme]

 

BT2a - Healthcare: innovation and inspiration from the seas

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction]

Organised by: ID2Santé

Keywords: Health, Nutrition, Therapeutic molecules, Medical devices

Location: Room Meridienne

(Session in English)

This session will show how companies innovate in human health being inspired by the marine life to design medical devices, therapeutic molecules and innovative food complements.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

BT2c - Renewable materials : innovate with marine bioresources

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction]

Organised by: CBB Capbiotek

Keywords: material, algae, shell, valorisation

Location: Room 8

(Session in English)

Marine bio-resources are at the root of innovation in developing new bio-based material, from paint made of reusable bio-composites to food packaging.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

Thursday11th October 2018

Morning

 

Central theme - marine bioresources

BT3 - Sustainable biorefinery for marine ressources (Part I)

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction]

Organised by: GENIALG (Station Biologique de Roscoff (CNRS, Sorbonne University) and OLMIX Group) and CBB Capbiotek

Keywords: Biorefinery, seaweeds, microalgae, by-products, demonstrators, innovation

Location: Meridienne

(Session in English)

Led by CNRS, CBB Capbiotek and OLMIX, this one-day session will be the opportunity to discover pioneering companies and projects implementing the concept of large-scale integrated biorefineries in the EU. International academic and industrial references will describe advances on the process of cracking the biomass and developing a wide diversity of products. This conference will address scientific discoveries and industrial developments in the value chains for seaweed biorefineries but also for other biomass in the blue biotechnology sector.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

F2 - Sustainable aquaculture (Part I)

[Production, harvesting, fishing and aquaculture]

Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Location: Room 2

(Session in English)

The session will be the opportunity to highlight and discuss different actions and projects led at regional, national and European levels regarding domestication of current or new species, of vegetal and animal origin. Several sessions will be organised regarding the selection of the species to be produced regarding knowhow, technologies and processes, economic and management issues,  markets, territorial specificities…, in monospecific and/or co-cultured schemes, and Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture. An overview of existing onshore and offshore activities will be also of interest, and the opportunity of new activities linked to marine energies, platforms. Feeding represents a big challenge for the different productions: new sources of proteins, lipids from algae, insects, etc.; natural medication; animal well-being, etc. The participation of European and international experts will enable nice and constructive exchanges regarding experimentations in other territories.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

S3 - "Les formations et les métiers dans le domaine des biotechnologies marines" (In French)

[Socioeconomic approach]

Organised by: IUT Brest-Morlaix

Keywords: Alternance, panorama des formations, compétences, évolution des compétences, Bretagne

Location: Room 3/4

(Session in French)

Cette session a pour objectif de présenter un panorama des formations (du DUT au Master) dans le secteur des biotechnologies à la pointe Bretagne: DUT Génie Biologique (IUT Brest), Licences Professionnelles Bio-Industries et Biotechnologies (IUT Brest, SBR), M2 Biologie et Bio-ressources Marines (SBR), M2 International Biotechnologies Marines : IUEM & Esiab (UBO), M2 Biomolécules, Microorganismes et Bioprocédés (UBS).
Cette session s’adresse d’une part, à un public en formation initiale ou continue qui souhaite découvrir les métiers, les compétences attendues et le potentiel d’ouverture à l’alternance dans ce secteur et d’autre part, aux entreprises locales qui pourront s’informer sur le programme des formations, les parcours ...et qui auront l'occasion de mettre en avant les compétences à développer en priorité dans les prochaines années. et rencontrer leurs futurs collaborateurs.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

Other themes of Sea Tech Week

O3 - Marine Renewables Energies and Geosciences: Challenges and Opportunities

Organised by: UBO

Keywords: Marine renewable energies, Tides, Wave, Energy conversion, Control

Location: Room 1

(Session in English)

This session deals with challenges and opportunities on collaborative research on marine renewable energies and marine geosciences between the Ocean University of China (Qingdao) and Brest University/Engineering Schools/institutes. In particular, this session is aimed at promoting fruitful experience interchanges and discussions.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

Afternoon

 

Central theme - marine bioresources

PLENARY 3 - To what extent is sustainable aquaculture viable? | Round-table

Location: "Méridienne"

(French-English simultaneous translation)

Sustainable marine aquaculture in the EU, whether for fish or seaweed production, has the aim to establish practices which minimises the environmental impacts whilst promoting animal and human health and welfare. However, to what extent can such production systems be viable economically ? Outbreak of pathogens, drastic need for feed (proteins), conflict for space and climate change are liable to shift the cursor between sustainability and viability.

  • TELFER Trevor, Professor at the Institute of Aquaculture. TAPAS Project. University of Stirling, UK

  • MOUTOU Katerina, Associate professor. Coordinator of PerformFish project. University of Thessally, Greece

  • BOLTON John, Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Scholar, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cape Town

 

BT3 - Sustainable biorefinery for marine ressources (Part II)

[Bioprocesses, valorisation and extraction]

Organised by: GENIALG (Station Biologique de Roscoff (CNRS, Sorbonne University) and OLMIX Group) and CBB Capbiotek

Keywords: Biorefinery, seaweeds, microalgae, by-products, demonstrators, innovation

Location: Meridienne

(Session in English)

Led by CNRS, CBB Capbiotek and OLMIX, this one-day session will be the opportunity to discover pioneering companies and projects implementing the concept of large-scale integrated biorefineries in the EU. International academic and industrial references will describe advances on the process of cracking the biomass and developing a wide diversity of products. This conference will address scientific discoveries and industrial developments in the value chains for seaweed biorefineries but also for other biomass in the blue biotechnology sector.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

F2 - Sustainable aquaculture (Part II)

[Production, harvesting, fishing and aquaculture]

Organised by: Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Location: Room 2

(Session in English)

The session will be the opportunity to highlight and discuss different actions and projects led at regional, national and European levels regarding domestication of current or new species, of vegetal and animal origin. Several sessions will be organised regarding the selection of the species to be produced regarding knowhow, technologies and processes, economic and management issues,  markets, territorial specificities…, in monospecific and/or co-cultured schemes, and Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture. An overview of existing onshore and offshore activities will be also of interest, and the opportunity of new activities linked to marine energies, platforms. Feeding represents a big challenge for the different productions: new sources of proteins, lipids from algae, insects, etc.; natural medication; animal well-being, etc. The participation of European and international experts will enable nice and constructive exchanges regarding experimentations in other territories.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

Friday 12th October 2018, at Concarneau

[Brest-Concarneau shuttles will be available]

10th edition of the “Rendez-Vous de Concarneau (RVCC2018): where Industry meets Science in marine biotechnology”

Organised by: MNHN Concarneau

(in English)

The ‘Rendez-vous de Concarneau’ constitutes a series of yearly workshops aiming at promoting relationships and strengthening bridges between industry and academic research, and further at providing technology and knowledge transfer among stakeholders within European marine biotechnologies. This year’s focus is laid on innovative aquaculture systems and biomass production. We truly believe that conferences are a valuable platform to mobilize international cooperation in this young discipline.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

 

Sessions with restricted access

R1 - "Mer et Santé" (in French)

Oct. 8th and 9th - morning and afternoon

Organised by: Ifremer

Location: Room 1

(session in French)

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

R2 - Research infrastructures of "Campus mondial de la mer"

Oct. 11th - morning

Organised by: executive office of Campus mondial de la mer

Location: Room 8

(session in French)

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

R3 - Doppler oceanography from space

Oct. 10th - morning and afternoon

Organised by: LOPS, IUEM, CNRS

Location: Room 3/4

(Session in English)

Satellite missions that measure surface velocities using Doppler radars are opening new perspectives for the monitoring and analysis of oceans, including sea ice, with a direct measurement of currents, winds and waves from past and existing missions (Envisat, TerraSAR X, Sentinel 1) that are limited to a fixed line of sight component and sparse / partial coverage of the oceans, to future at different stages of planning and proposal (SKIM, WaCM, SEASTAR), a vast variety of instrument designs and signal processing steps are possible. This workshop will bring together instrument and processing experts with the ocean science community to address a wide range of topics that will feed into the processing and design of existing and future missions.

Registration via this link: dofs.sciencesconf.org

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

R4 - GOAT, GOa ATlantic cooperation programme

Oct. 10th - morning and afternoon

Organised by: Campus mondial de la mer and French Naval Academy

Location: Room 5

(Session in English)

In March 2018, a Letter of intent has been signed alongside the Knowledge Summit between: Indian Institute of Technology Goa (IIT Goa), India; Naval Group, France; Campus mondial de la mer, a community of marine science and technology players from Brest and Brittany, France

Partners have decided to join their effort for the development of the GOAT project, an educational and research exchange programme in the area of Marine Science and Technology. Based on a bottom-up approach, the GOAT project involves both public and private sectors.

The workshop takes the opportunity of the Sea Tech Week for the presentation of the partners of CMM to our Indian partners (it will be associated to several in situ visits). The workshop will help in the identification of cooperation opportunities and of scientists interested in the cooperation. It will lead to establishing a detailed work programme of cooperation.

[Detailed programme and list of speakers]

 

R5 - MAREE - MArine Ressources : building the future in FrancE and QuEbec

Oct. 8th - morning and afternoon

Organised by: IFQM

Location: Room 3/4

(Session in French)

The France-Québec maritime Institute (Institut France-Québec maritime - IFQM) aims to federate as a network key actors involved in research, innovation and higher education in the maritime sector between France and Québec. This workshop will bring together France and Québec experts in the following topics : health of marine ecosystems, fisheries and aquaculture, marine technologies/engineering and biotechnologies. MAREE will allow these experts to share the latest advances, knowledge and innovations on these topics and encourage the setting up of international projects supported by IFQM.

[Detailed programme]

 

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  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
With the support of
  • Union Européenne
  • Région Bretagne
  • Caisse des dépôts

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