“Collaborative Science for Sustainable Maritime Practices in a Changing World”
Kotka Maritime Research Conference #komarec23 will launch a new event to generate dialogue between the academia and other sectors of society, creating rich pictures of the potential pathways to more sustainable maritime practices. The event will provide researchers studying maritime sustainability related themes an opportunity to bring out their results and ideas and discuss with stakeholders whose representatives are invited to act as keynote speakers and commentators.
Registration must be completed by October 25, 2023.
Day 1 – Wednesday 8.11.2023
11:00 Lunch in Satama Areena (self-funded)
12:00 Opening words
12:05 KEYNOTE SPEECH
Floris Goerlandt, Associate professor, Dalhausie University, Canada
Enhancing Arctic shipping sustainability through transformative risk governance: A Canadian perspective
13:30 SESSION 1: Tools for minimising the environmental impacts of shipping
Tightening environmental rules change maritime traffic
Tapaninen, U., Otsason, R., Tombak, M-L., Hunt, T., Laasma, A.
GHG emission reduction potential of fuels
Kuusisto, S., Alve, H., Haara, R-M, Rautelin, W.
Analysis of shipping emissions based on the sustainability index
Tanhuanpää, T., Altarriba, E., Rahiala, S.
Existing technologies and scientific advancements to reduce CO2 emissions from ships by retrofitting
Kondratenko, A., Tavakoli, S., Zhang, M., Taimuri, G., Hirdaris, S.
Bayesian meta-analysis model for assessing bioeconomic impacts of oil spills on fisheries
Vikkula, S., Kuikka, S., Mäntyniemi, S.
A decision support model to promote sustainable biofouling management in the Baltic Sea
Luoma, E., Laurila-Pant, M., Altarriba, E., Nevalainen, L., Helle, I., Lehikoinen, A.
15:30 SESSION 2: Innovative approaches to decision support for energy-efficient winter navigation
Energy efficiency Optimization for Ice-going ship operations: A focus on optimal power management strategies for Battery electric RoPax ships
Navigation modes classification using a machine learning method
Cong, L., Musharraf, M., Kulkarni, K.
Enhancing sustainability of Finnish-Swedish Winter Navigation System by intelligent icebreaking assistance
Kondratenko, A., Kulkarni, K., Li, F., Musharraf, M., Hirdaris, S., Kujala, P.
Decision-support for winter navigation operations
Kulkarni, K., Musharraf, M. Liu, C., Kujala, P.
Merikotka (KMRC) Alumni meeting
Day 2 – Thursday 9.11.2023
9:05 KEYNOTE SPEECH
Rüdiger Strempel, Executive Secretary, HELCOM
Looking beyond the surface: HELCOM’s contribution to environmentally sustainable sea-based activities
10:00 SESSION 3: Societal perspectives to smart ships and ports
Towards smart regulations: an analysis of the effectiveness of international maritime regulations
Olaniyi, E., Solarte-Vasquez, M. C., Inkinen, T.
The Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Maritime Context: Legal Challenges and Implications for Sustainability
An explorative study of anticipatory infrastructural alignment for autonomous shipping
Janasik, N., Luoma, E., Knudsen, M.
Potential of explainable AI in enhancing trust in autonomous vessels – a systematic literature review
Musharraf, M., Ranjan, R., Kulkarni, K.
Analysis of autonomous ships’ impact on the maritime practitioners required skills
Bolbot, V. Methlouthia, O., Chaal, M., Valdez Banda, O., BahooToroody, A., Tsvetkova, A., Hellström, M., Saarni, J., Virtanen, S.
11:45 SESSION 4 Risk analytics and learning to enhance maritime safety
Is scientific learning effective enough in maritime risk analysis?
Kuikka, S. & Lu, L.
Real-Time Bayesian Risk Modeling for Maritime Industry: A Hierarchical Approach for Dynamic Risk Estimation and Control
Basnet, S., BahooToroody, A., Valdez Banda, O., Bolbot, V.
An investigation of maritime risk analysis under changing climate and traffic
Lu, L. & Kuikka, S.
Artificial intelligence -based virtual control room
Markkanen, M., Räsänen, J., Kropsu, M.
13.00 Closing discussion
Lunch in Satama Areena (self-funded)
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