Sea Tech Week® 2022
Overview

The Sea Tech Week® conference includes 31 parallel sessions and 3 short plenary sessions (panel discussions) dedicated to the main theme "Maritime transport: towards smarter and greener solutions".

In addition, Sea Tech Week® conference welcomes 2 joint-events: the 18th French congress of sedimentology (28-30 Sept. 2022 at Brest Expo) and the Concarneau meeting “Where industry meets science” (29 Sept. 2022 at Brest Expo and 30 Sept. 2022 at Concarneau) dedicated to biomimetics.

Credit: M. Le Gall

Content of the conference

Parallel sessions

26-29 September, in Brest, and 30th September, in Concarneau

Organised by local and international convenors, the parallel sessions can include keynotes and lectures, panel discussion, and short talks on innovative projects and research works.

The topics are:

  • Adaptation to Climate Change and environmental transition
  • New fuels including Hydrogen
  • Wind propulsion
  • Ship and AUV design and engineering
  • Materials
  • Pollution: hazardous and Noxious Substances, marine litter and noise
  • Maritime transport and ecosystems
  • Poles and maritime routes
  • Ports
  • Cybersecurity
  • Smart Transport
  • Funding
  • France-India collaboration

 

Discover the programme of the parallel sessions

 

 

Plenary sessions (panel discussions)

27th, 28th and 29th September 2022, in the early afternoon

Plenary sessions consist in a 1h-panel discussion about prospective topics regarding maritime transport. High-level panellists from Campus mondial de la mer community, national and international organisations will exchange and give their views according to whether they come from research centre, academia, company or public institution.

In addition, welcome words and opening speeches will introduce the first plenary session highlighting the main theme, the Campus mondial de la mer community, the two Sea Tech Week® focuses (women in marine science and technology, and training and jobs) and India, featured country of honour this year.

 

Discover the programme of the plenary sessions

 

Joint events

Sea Tech Week® is glad to welcome two joint-events:

  • The 18th French Congress of sedimentology
    An important momentfor the scientific community for exchange, scientific collaboration and debate of ideas around topics such as: geosciences and digital, paleo-environments, coastal environments, internal dynamics, etc.
    More information
  • The Concarneau meeting “Where industry meets science”
    This series of workshops aims at promoting exchanges about marine biotechnology between industry and academic research. This year, the meeting will be focused on Biomimetics.
    Contact for more information: solene.avignon@mnhn.fr
  • Marine Litter: Solutions for Monitoring, Mitigation and Prevention
    This workshop, third after Brest 2018 and Brest 2019, is a participatory workshop aiming at the broadening of our community and the identification of priority actions that we want to implement afterwards. The objective is to assess options for the prevention of marine litter entering the ocean and the reduction of marine debris — in particular plastics — in the ocean. We will identify priorities for a cleaner ocean and develop action plans for these priorities which will be integrated into the refined  road map developed during the first two workshops.
    More information

 

 

Contact us: juliette.rimetz@tech-brest-iroise.fr

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  • Campus mondial de la mer
  • Union Européenne
  • Région Bretagne
  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
  • Crédit Mutuel ARKEA
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