Outreach
Bringing the Ocean to Society
17 Sep 2020
Sea Tech Week session on "Cooperation Models for Ocean Knowledge and Innovation"
Registration is open for this virtual event in which EurOcean, Campus mondial de la mer, Ifremer and IOPAN are part of the organisation.

Observation of ocean and marine systems is a key issue for better knowledge, ecosystems preservation and long-term development of sea-based human activities. In order to create synergies and foster innovation, many collaboration patterns between research organisations and private-sector stakeholders have emerged. This virtual session investigates different ways of collaboration in France and in Europe, by relying on the following networks: EurOcean, Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique and Campus mondial de la mer.

Two round tables will address the key challenges for innovation networks:

  • How do these partnerships contribute to observation?
  • How to increase their contribution to the blue economy by developing new products and services based on observation data and knowledge diffusion?

The registration fee for the 2020 Sea Tech Week is 150€ per participant. After registration, you will be able to access the full programme of the event including all its virtual sessions, exhibition hall and the B2B meetings.

To register in the 2020 Sea Tech Week please click here.

To visit the 2020 Sea Tech Week website please click here.

Virtual Session “Cooperation Models for Ocean knowledge and Innovation”

October 12, 2020 9am-11am (CEST)

Agenda

9:00        Introduction by Claire Jolly, OECD

9:10        Presentation of each organization

      • EurOcean, Sérgio Bryton
      • Campus mondial de la mer (EurOcean Cooperating Member), Yves-Marie Paulet
      • Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences (EurOcean Member), Jacek Bełdowski
      • Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique, Sébastien Cann
      • Ifremer (EurOcean Member)/Institut Carnot MERS, Jean-Marc Daniel
      • CLS Group, Vincent Kerbaol

9:25        Round Table 1: How do the partnerships contribute to observation? How to improve it?

      • Sébastien Cann, Yves-Marie Paulet and Sérgio Bryton

9:55        Round Table 2: How to increase the contribution of maritime networks to the blue economy by developing new products and services based on observation data and knowledge diffusion?

      • Jacek Bełdowski, Jean-Marc Daniel and Vincent Kerbaol

10:50     Conclusion by Claire Jolly

11:00     End of the session          

For further information on our session, please contact our colleague Jérémie Bazin from Campus mondial de la mer.

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