Programme Aqua Nor 2019 – regularly updated

TIMEMONDAY 19. AUGUST 2019
08:00 - 18:00The ProgrammeThis programme is updated continuously until the opening of the exhibition on 20 August.
For additions and corrections, please contact:
Erik Hempel, tel. +47 9084 1124, e-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com
Location : Trondheim Spektrum
11:00 - 16:00Seminar: Biosecurity and transportation of fishOrganized by Norwegian Food Safety Authority, Sernapesca (Chile) and the Norwegian Veterinary Institute.

Aquacultured fish are transported extensively in Norway and Chile.

The wellboat fleet in Norway consists of a number of vessels, which transport every year approximately 320 million smolts and more than 1.3 million tonnes of harvested fish.

Smolts are produced at freshwater sites and transferred to marine sites. As they grow, they are often moved to new cages within the same site, and sometimes to new sea-sites. At the end of the production period they are finally transported live to slaughter houses, with the exception of some specialized processing boats that kill the fish on site and transport them in closed tanks to land for evisceration, fileting and sorting.

Transport of fish has been recognized as one key disease emergence risk factor in salmon farming. The transport of live aquaculture animals by wellboats is considered to play a significant role in spreading diseases in Norway, particularly between regions. It is commonly believed that the bacterial disease Furunculosis and the viral disease Infectious salmon anaemia (ISA) were spread by wellboats in Norway in the late 80s. Also, it has been suggested that the suspected introduction of SAV2 from Scotland,
and its further spread in Norway, is due to transport of fish between sea sites.

Well boat technology is at a much higher level today than in the beginning of the industry. That has reduced the risk of transmitting diseases, but still transport is a challenge both for fish health and fish welfare.

Programme:
11:00 – 12:00 We serve a simple lunch before the seminar starts.
12:00 – 12:30 Status of fish health in Chile, by Regional Director of Aquaculture for Sernapesca in Los Lagos region, Osvaldo Sandoval
12:30 – 13:00 Status of fish health in Norway, by Director Brit Hjeltnes, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
13:00 – 14:00 Development of transport of fish in Norway and Chile. From the early days of the industry and today. By Roger Halsebakk, Sølvtrans Norway, and Viktor Vargas, Sølvtrans Chile.
14:00 – 14:30 Coffee break
14:30 – 15:00 Regulation of transport of fish in Norway, by Senior Adviser Knut Rønningen, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority
15:00 – 15:30 Regulation of the transport of fish in Chile, by Regional Director of Aquaculture for Sernapesca in Los Lagos region, Osvaldo Sandoval.
15:30 - 16:00 Risk of disease transfer with wellboats in Norway, by Researcher Mona Dverdal Jansen, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
16:00 -16:30 Processing boats an improvement for fish health and fish welfare? CTO, Director of Global R&D and Technical, Øyvind Oaland, Mowi

Contact person: Kristina Landsverk, telf +47 2277 8546, e-mail: Kristina.Landsverk@mattilsynet.no

NB: This seminar will be held in English.
Location : Nova Kinosenter, Olav Tryggvassonsgate 5, Trondheim
TIMETUESDAY 20. AUGUST 2019
09:00 - 09:30Press briefingShort press briefing and presentation of the VIP tour that takes place after the official opening. Designation of "photo spots".

Contact person: Erik Hempel, tel.: +47 9084 1124, e-mail: erik.hempel@hempelco.com
Location : Pressesenteret i VIP rom, Hall A/The Press Centre, VIP room, Hall A
10:30 - 11:30Official opening of Aqua Nor 2019All guests are asked to take their seats no later than 10:15.
H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon arrives at 10:30

Programme:
Speeches by:
- Liv Holmefjord, Chairman of the Board, the Nor-Fishing Foundation
- Rita Ottervik, Mayor of the city of Trondheim
- Arni Mathiesen, Assistant Director General, Fisheries and Aquaculture Division, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO
- Harald Tom Nesvik, Minister of Fisheries

Presentation of the winner of the Nor-Fishing Foundation Innovation Award.
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/Conference tent at the main entrance
11:00 - 13:00Mini-seminar: Hot topics for the seafood industryOrganized by Aquatiq AS

Programme:
Åsne Sangolt, Norwegioan Food Safety Authority:
- Round fish in boxes: ready to eat, unintentionally ready to eat, or raw material for further processing
- China requirements for exports

Randi Nordstoga Haldorsen, Mowi:
- Survey of incidents of Listeria monocytogenes in the sea, FHF project

Arne Neset, Rentokil:
- The latest information on fighting pests

Mariann Kirkerø, Aquatiq Consult:
- Culture Excellence

Heidi Camilla Sagen-Ohren, Aquatiq Sense:
- Aquatiq BioMap

Contact persons:
Heidi Camilla Sagen-Ohren, Aquatiq Sense,heidi.sagen-ohren@aquatiq.com, tlf 48226613
Stein Nikolaisen, Aquatiq AS, stein.nikolaisen@aquatiq.com, tlf 90673565

NB: This event will be held in Norwegian
Location : Møterom K-314/Meeting room K-314
11:30 - 12:00Official opening of the joint stand Aqua TrøndelagSpeeches by county politicians, samles of seafood from Trøndelag, light entertainment.

Contact person: Jørn Ekrem, tel.: +47 4186 1792, e-mail: jorek@trondelagfylke.no
Location : Stand F-545
12:00 - 12:30Official opening of Chile's standThe Embassy of Chile in Norway and ProChile welcomes you to the inauguration of our stand at this year’s edition of Aqua Nor. Join us for drinks and finger food. Meet the Chilean companies represented and learn more about the Chilean aquaculture industry as well as ProChile as a reliable partner.Location : Stand D-359
12:00 - 12:30Official opening of the Møre and Romsdal County standThe official opening will be done by County Mayor Jon Aasen.

The event will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Stand A-115
12:00 - 12:30Directorate of Fisheries serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
12:00 - 12:20Official opening of the joint stand "The Maritime West Norway"The joint stand "Det Marine Vestlandet 2019" ("The Maritime West Norway") is a collaboration between Sogn and Fjordane, Hordaland and Rogaland counties, and a large number of companies from these western counties are represented at the stand. Every day throughout the exhibition, the seafood bar serves delicious samples of what the aquaculture industry in the region has to offer from excellent raw materials.Location : Stand D-345
12:00 - 14:00Seminar: The Scottish aquaculture supply chainOrganized by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre, Scottish Development International og Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

The seminar will showcase the ambition and capability of the Scottish aquaculture supply chain, demonstrating its high standards, innovation and capability.

Featuring the Scottish Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy – Fergus Ewing MSP – as keynote speaker, the seminar programme will also include an industry plenary session to discuss what the ambitious Scottish supply chain can bring to the global marketplace.

Seminar delegates will also be able to enjoy a video showcase, a networking lunch, and a taste of Scotland’s national drink in the shape of some fine single malt whisky.

Partnering in organising the Team Scotland Seminar are Scottish Development International (SDI), Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC). SAIC also has a stand in AquaNor’s main hall (A-145), from which further information and support will be available throughout the event.

Contact person: Malene Bering Andersen, e-mail: Malene.BeringAndersen@scotent.co.uk
Location : VIP Premium L i Hall A/VIP Premium L Meeting room in Hall A
12:00 - 12:30Nessco AS: 30 years in the industryNessco AS celebrates its 30th anniversary and invites one and all to having cake at our stand.Location : Stand A-172
12:20 - 12:40Presentation of the KABIS projectOrganized by Det Marine Vestlandet

Contact person: Erlend Standal, tel.: +47 4545 4687, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.nu
Location : Stand D-345
12:30 - 13:00The Klippfish Academy present the week's menuThe Klippfish Academy presents the day's menu samples and the week's menu.Location : Stand A-115
12:30 - 13:30Seminar: Plastic pollution - how can the aquaculture industry contribute to solving the problem?Organized by Bellona.

There is still a lot we don't know about the origin of marine plastic debris, the amount of it abd the consequences.
Beach clean-ups have shown that marine industries are an important source of this plastic along the Norwegian coast..
The aquaculture industry is an important activity along the coast and can make valuable contributions through mapping of the plastic pollution caused by its own members, as well as finding good solutions to minimize its own polluting.
Bellona invites participants to a seminar where we will give an insight into the status of marine pollution along the Norwegian coast. Grieg Seafood will share its experiences from its plastic project with Bellona and the results of the FHF Project "OCEAN PLASTICS".

Programme:
12:30 - 12:45 Marine plastic pollution - how can the aquaculture industry contribute to reduce the problem? By Kari Torp, Special Advisor aquaculture, Bellona
12:45 - 13:00 Grieg Seafood ASA - experiences and status from the plastic project. By Vidar Aamo Nikolaisen, Production Manager, Grieg Seafood Finnmark
13:00 - 13:15 Efficient action - who is responsible? Experiences from the FHF project. By Ingrid Bay-Larsen, Research Manager, Nordlandsforskning
13:15 - 13:30 Questionas and answers.

Contact person:
Kari Torp, Seniorrådgiver havbruk
kari@bellona.no
Tlf: +47 9349 9446

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom Backstage i Hall A/Meeting room "Backstage" in Hall A
13:00 - 13:30Arena Nordland Speakers CornerPresentation of TAG Sensors.

This will be held in Norwegian
Location : Stand E-402
13:00 - 13:30Mini-seminar: Realtime algae measuringFunn and Sea-Eco present "Realtime algae measuring".
Tone Rasmussen from Sea-Eco explains the biology and Funn explains the supporting technology.

Contact person: Bjørn Erik Rønhaug, tel.: +47 9188 8190, e-mail: bjorn.erik. ronhaug@funn.no
Location : Stand G-702
13:00 - 14:00Where salmon biology meets new technologyOrganized by Nofima.
Six short presentations about research that is relevant for the future of the aquaculture industry:

• Existing and emerging tools for monitoring fish welfare in aquaculture systems – Chris Nobl fors
• The oils of the millennium feed meet the salmon’s need – Bente Ruyter
• Fish mucosal barriers – living sensors to a changing environment – Carlo Lazado
• Salmon production in Norway under climate change – Elisabeth Ytteborg
• Could gene editing transform future salmon aquaculture? – Nick Robinson
• Closed containment aquaculture – full throttle with brake on – Åsa Espmark

NB: This event will be held in English.

After the seminar you can dive down into the subjects that the scientist has presented, by reading extra material, or meet them at Nofima stand A-129 at “Forskningstorget” Tuesday between 14:00 and 15:00.
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/The conference tent at the main entrance
13:00 - 14:00Presentation: J. Weiberg Gulliksen AS present revolutionary Vovlo Penta innovationsExciting innovations in IPS, Propellars, Gen set, The advantages of Volvo Penta are many.

40 percent longer range
20 percent higher top speed
30 percent lower fuel consumption
30 percent lower CO2 emissions
50 percent lower noise
More space on board.

Taste the Best Fish Soup in town, made by the restaurant at ravnkloa.

Contact person: Svein-Are Tollås, tel.: +47 9978 5000, e-mail: svein-are@gulliksen.no
Location : Stand S-917 på Skansen/Stand S-917 at Skansen
13:15 - 16:30Seminar: Challenges and opportunities with increasing patents in the aquaculture industryOrganized by the law firm GjessingReimers and Norwegian Industrial Property Office

This event will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Hilde Galtung Hollseter, e-post: hih@patentstyret.no
Location : Møterom K-340 bygg M/Meeting room K-340 building M
13:30 - 14:30Mini-seminar: From experience-based farming to knowledge-based technology- Biology and technology, synergies or conflicts, are biological considerations in technology development?
- Can we increase growth in existing sites using technology?
- Can other sea-based industries learn some of the technology in aquaculture?

Contact person: Marit Opheim, e-mail: marit@aquastructures.no

NB: this event is held in Norwegian
Location : Møterom K-314/Meeting room K-314
14:00 - 15:00Safe and effective production for smolt, postsmolt, grow-out and broodstock fish farming in saltwater and freshwater RAS modules.Organized by Nofitech

RAS technology has the potential for full control by creating optimal conditions for production of smolt, postsmolt, grow-out and broodstock fish farms. Nofitech presents how we achieve this by delivering standardized, compact, cost efficient and user-friendly RAS modules. NOFITECH offers extensive operational support and in-depth training of personnel. Rune Sandvik from Erko Settefisk AS presents his experiences with Nofitech and the Module RAS they have delivered. There will be opportunities for asking both Nofitech and Rune Sandvik questions during the seminar.

Programme:
12:30 – 12:35: Welcome, Robert Hundstad, CEO, Nofitech
12:35 – 13:00: «How can we reach the potential for full control in RAS? », Kari Attramadal, Head of R&D, Nofitech
13:00 – 13:15: Safe and effective production using seawater in Nofitech ModulRAS», Rune Sandvik, CEO, Nofitech
13:20 – 13:30: Questions and answers with the speakers
13:30: Close

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian only.

Registration: robert@nofitech.com
Contact person: Robert Hundstad, mobil: 900 49 976, e-mail : robert@nofitech.com
Location : Møterom K-313 i bygg M /Meeting room K-313 in building M
14:00 - 15:30Seminar: Hydroacustics reveals significant potential in fish farmingOrganized by CageEye

The use of acoustic technology opens new possibilities for high precision aquaculture farming. Real time measuring and complete history of fish behavior gives new insights to feeding and understanding of fish biology. Datasets combining feeding and environmental parameters is used for machine learning and analysis to optimize the farming production.

Program:
14:00 - 14:45 Acoustics used for objective appetite measurements and behavior analysis in fish farming - decision support based on facts
14:45 - 15:15 Fully autonomous feeding in commercial farming

Contact person: Ole Fretheim, tel.: +47 9074 6701, e-mail: ole@cageeye.no

NB: This seminar will be held in English
Location : Stadion 2. etg/The Stadion 2nd floor
14:30 - 15:30Opening of Research PlazaBy John Arne Røttingen, CEO, Norwegian Rsearch Council, and Minister of Fisheries Harald Tom Nesvik.

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
14:45 - 15:30Seminar: Is the future land-based and offshore?Organized by the Research Plaza.
Moderator: John-Arne Røttingen, Managing Director, The Norwegian Research Council

Programme:
- Closed systems are part of the future, by Åsa Espmark, Nofima
- Closed systems in the sea - good for health and environment? By Arve Nilsen, Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- Aquaculture in exposed locations - is it really that difficult? By Hans Bjelland, SINTEF Ocean
- Can fish welfare be achieved offshore? By Ole Folkedal, Marine Research Institute
- Use of sensor fish for validation of systems for handling fish, by Walter Caharija, SINTEF Ocean
- ConSite - a tool for dialogue based conflict solution, by Frank Hanssen, NINA
- Nordlaks model for sustainable aquaculture. By Eirik Welde, Nordlaks

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza, Stand A-125
14:45 - 15:45Seminar: 2019 Blue Unit Revelation - The shocking impact of water quality upon fish performanceOrganized by Blue Unit

With centralized monitoring we better understand the water quality gradients around the RAS fish farm and the effect they have upon fish performance.
When we began comparing fish performance against these gradients on a global basis, we discovered a trend that the entire industry should know.
Speakers: Daviod Owen, Mads Skøtt

This seminar is held in English.

Contact person: David Owen, e-post: dowen@blue-unit.com, tlf. +45 5051 8739
Location : Mediarommet/Meeting room Mediarommet at Aqua Nor
15:00 - 16:00Veramaris Reception: Sushi, Sashimi and SocializingJoin Veramaris for some sushi, sashimi and a drink! Meet the Veramaris team and learn about:
• Importance of omega-3 EPA & DHA for fish health and human health
• Key insights on global consumer markets and demands
• Sustainability along the salmon value chain
• Veramartis Communication: Aplifying the message for you

Speakers: Oyvind Ihle, Christian Martin, Gaelle Husser, Karim Kurmaly, Julia Born

More information: https://www.veramaris.com/aqua-nor
Location : Stand A-146
15:00 - 17:00Seminar: Public financing: How to strengthen the Norwegian aquaculkture cluster?Organized by GIEK, Export Credit Norway, Export Credit Insurance, Innovation Norway.and Enova

The Government can offer both support and financing solutions to support innovation, contribute to growth throughout the value chain, open doors in international markets and stimulate increased exports. But how well are they adapted to the Norwegian aquaculture industry? How can the state support system cooperate with the industry for further growth and strengthening of the fish farming cluster in Norway? How can we together close the Norwegian export gap?
We have the pleasure of inviting to an exchange of experiences and a debate with key players in the aquaculture industry, as well as a brief presentation of the solutions available to Norwegian companies.
Program:
Moderator: Thorvald Tande, Editor of the Norsk Fiskerinæring
1. Welcome, by Sigridur Thormodsdottir, Head of Department for Biobased Industries at Innovation Norway
2. Opening address by Trond Williksen, Chairman of the Board of Mørenot
3. What public financing solutions exist for the Norwegian aquaculture cluster?
* GIEK Credit Insurance, Steffen Skaar, Marketing Manager
* Innovation Norway, Roger Martinsen, Special Advisor
* Export Credit Norway, Marie Sørlie, Senior Customer Manager
* GIEK, Atle Bjørkheim, Customer Manager
* Enova, Marit Sandbakk, Senior Advisor
* Representative (TBA) from AquaOptima talks about the needs and experiences of public financing solutions.
5. Roger Mosand from Nordlaks talks about the needs and experiences of public financing solutions.
6. Panel discussion: how well are they adapted to the Norwegian aquaculture industry? How can the state support system cooperate with the industry for further growth and strengthening of the fish farming cluster in Norway? How can we together close the Norwegian export gap? Moderated by Thorvald Tande.
Panel participants:
1. Trond Williksen, Chairman of the Board of Mørenot
2. Kristian Henriksen, General Manager of NCE AquaTech
3. Trude Olafsen, Board Member of Sjømat Norge, and project manager and business developer of AKVA Group
4. Roger Mosand, Vice President of Nord Salmon
5. AquaOptima
7. Mingling and light refreshments
Registration and coffee from 14.45
Venue: Meeting room "Backstage", Hall A

See www.giek.no/aqua-nor/ for more information and registration.
Contact person Vilde Grønn Larsen, vla@giek.no, 97505474

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom "Backstage" Hall A/Meeting room "Backstage" Hall A
15:00 - 15:30The Directorate of Fisheries Serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
15:00 - 16:30Gael Force Group: A very special reception for the world launch of the new SeaQurePen Fish Pen System on Stand D-335.Mr. Fergus Ewing MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy from the Scottish Government will be speaking on Gael Force Group’s stand D-335 to celebrate the launch of SeaQurePen. Come along for some friendly Scottish hospitality and for a first look at the highly innovative SeaQurePen, of which features include:

• Strong new Marine Winch System
• Hinged Service Deck
• Service distribution around the pen
• Recessed and integrated connection point for moorings
• All plastic base unit

Contact person: Marc Wilson, e-mail: Marc.Wilson@gaelforcegroup.com
Location : Stand D-335
15:30 - 16:00Presentation of the Directorate of Fisheries Environment AawardLocation : Stand A-124
15:45 - 17:30Seminar: Benchmark - Aquaculture fit for the futureOur future depends on harnessing the productive capacity of the oceans, using sustainable application of technologies to develop fish that are robust, have good welfare and produce superior quality end product with high efficiency. Globally, a growing contingent of conscientious consumers, want to create a more positive society by utilising their spending power to reinvent and reshape of our food system.

This Benchmark seminar will shed light on some of aquaculture's current technical and societal challenges, while also looking ahead to see what emerging risks are beyond the horizon.

Through sharing first hand experiences, a series of diverse speakers will make the case for how advancing our collective understanding of these underlying issues, challenges and trends, is the only way to ensure that aquaculture can support a prosperous future for people, animals and the environment.

The seminar will be held in both Norwegian and English and will be chaired by Jan-Emil Johannessen, Head of Genetics Division, Benchmark Genetics

Program:
15.45 Welcome - Malcolm Pye, CEO, Benchmark plc.
16.00 The importance of Animal Welfare in modern Food Production. Do we take it seriously enough? - Dag Henning Reksnes, Director, MatPrat Center for Generic Marketing
16.15 Cost and Impact of Sea Lice - Audun Iversen, Scientist, NOFIMA
16.30 Understanding behaviour: the next step to ensure the welfare of farmed fish - Dr Sunil Kadri, Director, Aquaculture Innovation
16.45 Genetic technologies in salmon farming – past, present and future - Professor Terje Refstie, Senior Scientific Advisor, Akvaforsk Genetic and Professor Professor Ross Houston, University of Edinburgh
17.15 Question & Answer with all speakers
17.30 Close

Places can be reserved here; https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/benchmark-seminar-reception-aqua-nor-2019-registration-60129535058
Location : Clarion Hotel Brattøra, Trondheim
16:00 - 17:00Women in Scottish AquacultureOrganized by Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre.
Heather Jones, CEO of the Scottish Aquaculture Centre, will give an overview of the Women in Scottish Aquaculture (WiSA) initiative - find out more about a new working group which aims to introduce more women into aquaculture, and support those already working in the sector.

Contact person: Hazel Peat, tel.: +44 01786 278302, e-mail: hazel@scottishaquaculture.com
Location : Stand A-145
19:30 - 23:00A festive evening in TrondheimThe Nor-Fishing Foundation organizes a festive evening for Norwegian and foreign exhibitors and visitors at Scandic Nidelven Hotel. In addition to prize-winning seafood, there will also be entertainment.

NB: Fully booked
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel, Trondheim
TIMEWEDNESDAY 21. AUGUST 2019
08:30 - 10:00Charity run: 4K for Ocean by MaritechWe invite everyone to join 4K for Ocean.

The 4k for Ocean by Maritech is a 4 km run and walk event. The event offers exhibition attendees and others a fun and healthy alternative to traditional networking while raising money for an organization who works toward a cleaner and more sustainable coastline and ocean. For each participant who finishes the race we will donate 200 NOK to the organization, “In the same boat”. Their mission is to preserve marine life and contribute to save the ocean from plastic pollution.

Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn to stay up-to-date with 4K for Ocean by Maritech.
Registration: maritech.hoopla.no/sales/2736133611

Contact person: Anette Nautnes, tel.:+47 99448971, e-mail: anautnes@maritech.no
Location : Krogness gate in Trondheim, next to the exhibition area
08:30 - 12:00Russia Aqua WorkshopOrganized by Norwegian-Russian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC) in cooperation with the Barents Secretariat, Norges Fiskarlag and Innovation Norway.
Moderator: Liv Monica Stubholt, Chair of BoD, NRCC

The event is open to all. Limited space requires pre-registration.

Registration: https://nrcc.pameldingssystem.no/rus-aqua-workshop-aquanor

Preliminary programme:
08:30 - 09:00 Registration and refreshments outside meeting room K-340
09:00 - 09:15 Welcoming address
09:15 - 11:30 News and experiences and opportunities within bilateral cooperation in the aquaculture sector.
11:30 - 12:00 Mingling and a simple breakfast

Contact person: Hans-Olav Rekdal, tel. +47 9514 8292
E-mail: hans.rekdal@nrcc.no
Location : Møterom K-340/Meeting room K-340
08:30 - 10:00Breakfast meeting: SEALABMeet the entrepreneurs and innovators, Oscar Marković and Milan Marković. With a critical look at themselves and the rest of the world, they will tell you what to expect from 5G, machine vision, artificial intelligence and remote operation.
Does 5G technology solve everything for the aquaculture industry? What about Artificial Intelligence? We know that machine learning and AI can contribute to increased knowledge, more automation and better decision support, but can we put a computer in the cage? Yes! Not just one, but many. Look forward to an exciting hour of fast and different thinking - all based on the theme "More than a Camera".

Light breakfast is served from 08:30 to 09:00

Transport to the exhibition area is arranged following the breakfast meeting

Registration: jon@sealab.no
Limited number of seats.
This presentation will be held in Norwegian.
Location : SEALAB Headquarter, Transittgata 14, Nyhavna, Trondheim
09:00 - 10:00Breakfast seminar: Dtorque - A diesel outboard for commercial useOrganized by Yanmar Norge AS

Contact person: Daniel Sundberg, tel.: +46 702 40 96 60, e-mail: daniel_sundberg@yanmar.com
Location : Møterom A-233/Meeting room A-233
09:00 - 10:00First Egget® in productionOrganized by Hauge Aqua Solutions AS

The seminar gives a thorough update on technology, progress and plans for Egget®.
A light breakfast will be served.
The seminar is free of charge.

Registrations: cato.lyngoy@haugeaqua.com

NB: This seminar will be held in English.
Location : Quality Hotel Augustin, Kongens gate 26, Trondheim
09:00 - 11:00Breakfast meeting: Tomorrow's food comes from the oceanEverybody is talking about more food from the ocean, but how can we achieve this?

The Institute of Marine Research has studied the possibilities for producing more seafood and other biomass along the long and exciting coastline in Norway. Our main conclusion is that we need to go deeper down into the food chain. This means first and foremost that we need to consider farming seaweed and algae, mussels and other organisms that are filter feeders.

In order to succeed, we must overcome a number of challenges. At this breakfast meeting you will get a deeper insight into how we together can develop new, sustainable and profitable solutions.

Programme:
• How can Norway contribute more food from the sea - research director Karin Kroon Boxaspen
• Craving for seaweed? Both fish and people can eat more shells and seaweed - senior scientist Tore Strohmeier
• Fish is more than salmon! Also in aquaculture - senior scientist Birgitta Norberg
Break with tastings from the sea
• New era of marine feed - Research Manager Erik-Jan Lock

Contact person: Karin Kroon Boxaspen, tel. 9506 6856, e-post: karin.boxaspen@hi.no
Møtet er åpent for alle interesserte. Meld deg på her: https://mform.imr.no/view.php?id=101867

NB: This seminar is held in Norwegian.
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel, Trondheim
09:00 - 11:00AKVAgroup releases its new softwareThe presentation is held in Norwegian.
An English presentation will be held on Thursday 22 August.
Location : AKVAgruppens lokaler i Ferjemannsveien 10, Trondheim
10:30 - 13:00Mini-seminar: Hot topics for the seafood industryOrganized by Aquatiq AS

Elvin Bugge, Aquatiq:
- Hygiene in aquaculture

Kurt Olav Oppedal, Mowi:
- Possibilities with a bleeder vessel
Stein Nikolaisen, Aquatiq:

- Hygienic design and specifications
Randi Nordstoga Haldorsen:

- Survey of occurrences of Listeria monocytogenes in the sea, FHF project

Stein Nikolaisen, Aquatiq:
- Presentation of the Aqua series: hygiene series developed for the seafood industry

Heidi Camilla Sagen-Ohren, Aquatiq Sense:
- Aquatiq BioMap

We have a limited number of seats, so sign up today (www.aquatiq@com. Given vacancies, there is also the opportunity for "drop-in participation").
It will be light refreshments. Welcome!

Contact persons:
Heidi Camilla Sagen-Ohren, Aquatiq Sense,heidi.sagen-ohren@aquatiq.com, tel. +47 48226613
Stein Nikolaisen, Aquatiq AS, stein.nikolaisen@aquatiq.com, tel.: +47 90673565
Location : Møterom K-314/Meeting room K-314
10:30 - 11:30Presentation: Nutrition analytical serviceThe Institute of Aquaculture from Stirling University will present their nutrition analytical service – discover the Institute’s internationally recognised nutrition research services with a specific focus on lipids and fatty acids.

Contact person: Hazel Peat, tel.: +44 07557 201164, e-mail: hazel@scottishaquaculture.com
Location : Stand A-145
10:30 - 11:15Mini-seminar: Quality and sustainability - a hype or strategy?Organized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Vigdis Harsvik, Director, Innovation Norway Trøndelag

Programme:
- "Consumer perspectives on sustainability". A study of European attitudes towards sustainability in the seafood industry. By Frode Alfnes, NMBU
- Modern farming and consequences for product quality of Atlantic salmon. By Chris A. Johnsen, North University
- Cost drivers in farming. By Audun Iversen, Nofima
- Monitoring of foreign matter content in farmed salmon. By Rita Hannisdal, Institute of Marine Research
- Fresh fish is important for export and market access. How to ensure Norwegian access to the international market? By Edgar Brun, the Veterinary Institute
- Value creation and ripple analysis of the aquaculture industry. By Ulf Winther, SINTEF Ocean
- Facts about aquaculture. Development of the Sustainability Portal. By Kine Mari Karlsen, Nofima
- The Explorer. By Helene Friis, Innovation Norway

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
11:00 - 11:20Mini-seminar: How to get a higher performance of superior gutted salmonSpeaker: Ivan Kristensen, Managing Director, KROMA A/S

Contact person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
Tel.: +45 6020 8557
Location : Stand D-360
11:00 - 12:00Seminar: Norwegian kelp industry 2050: Can aquaculture save the world?Organized by Bellona.

Growing kelp and aquatic plants is one of the most sustainable industries we could develop. Environment-friendly raw material and continued value creation along the coast, and with a massive potential to bind CO₂.
By 2050 Norway could grow 20 million tonnes per year. Internationally, we see a race to establish the most effective production forms. Norwegian aquaculture knows efficient production in the ocean. The coast is long and well suited for kelp production. The financial muscles are in place. Can aquaculture save the world?

Programme:
Presentations by SINTEF Ocean (Jorunn Skjermo) and Ocean Forest (Harald Sveier).
From 18:00 hrs, Ocean Forest invites participants to a mingling session on board Bellona's sailship "Kallinika", which is moored in the Port of Trondheim.
Welcome to an enjoyable chat and a taste of the ocean!

Contact person:
Stefan Erbs, Aquaculture Advisor. E-mail:
stefane@bellona.no
Tlel: +47 4032 3942

NB: this seminar is held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom Backstage Hall A
11:00 - 12:00Product launch: Join Maritech's DigitalSeafood launches
Maritech invites you to learn about our biggest launch in the last 20 years!

We will unveil our new purchase and sales solution, handling full seafood traceability. We´ll be showing just how DigitalSeafood is your path toward a smarter factory. And our Analytics Team will demonstrate how our products give you complete operational insight.

Contact person: Anette Nautnes
tel: +47 99448971
E-mail.: anautnes@maritech.no
Location : Konferanseteltet ved hovedinngangen/The Conference Tent at the main entrance
11:40 - 12:00Mini-seminar: How well do you know your neighbour...?Optimize your aquaculture operations by instant access to smarter data, integrated software and digital solutions.

Speaker: Mads Joakim Birkeland, M.SC. Biologi og Akvakultur, DHI

Contact person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
+45 6020 8557
Location : Stand D-360
12:00 - 13:00Seminar: Development of diagnostic methodsOrganized by the Veterinary Institute.

The Veterinary Institute is developing faster and more specific diagnostics and establishing organ-on-a-chip cell models that can replace animal testing.
Presentation of the BIO-DIRECT project by Maria K. Dahle
Location : Stand A-133 (Forskningstorget/Research Plaza)
12:00 - 12:30The Directorate of Fisheries serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
12:00 - 13:00Marine pitch from Møre and RomsdalExhibitors from the county will present their new products and services from the stage of the joint stand.Location : Stand A-115
12:00 - 13:00Innova min-seminar with MarelOrganized by Marel

What are the consequences and opportunities for increased data flow from seafood production and its operation in the future?

We take a closer look at how DATA ties everything together and delves more into:
• Industry 4.0 - What information is available and how can we utilize it?
• Machine learning - How is machine learning and artificial intelligence used in our new machines?
• Digitization - from using digital aids to digitizing various processes.

Marel and Innova can contribute to the collection, analysis and distribution of data, internally in production and through the value chain.

Contact persons: Stein Erik Jøllanger tel.: +47 9132 3313 or Arnt Olav Aarseth tel.: +47 9240 7731.
Location : Møterom A-238/Meeting room A-238 in Hallø A
12:00 - 16:00Seminar: Saudi Arabian Fisheries & Aquaculture industryOrganized by : National Fisheries Development Program (NFDP) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has seen a constant growth in its aquaculture industry, now being the leading producer in the GCC area. With its pristine Red Sea shrimp to the Seabass and Seabream, it has plans to further grow its industry. In this gathering the NFDP will present the state of the Fisheries and aquaculture industry in general, present the key highlights, detail the government support and the investment opportunities that lie along the coastline of the Red Sea.

The Saudi Arabian delegation invites interested parties to a networking event that will present the status of the industry in Saudi Arabia of marine aquaculture and the investment opportunities available in the sector.

Contact Person: Mr. Adly Attia
Contact Number: +966 56 733 5905
Email: MAAttia@mewa.gov.sa
Location : Møterom A-233/Meeting room A-233
12:00 - 12:30Nessco AS: 30 years in the industryNessco AS celebrates its 30th anniversary and invites one and all to having kake at our stand.Location : Stand A-172
12:15 - 12:35Presentation of FishGLOBEOrganized by Det Marine Vestlandet

Contact person: Erlend Standal, tel.: +47 4545 4687, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.nu
Location : Stand D-345
12:30 - 13:30Seminar: Clean, Clever, Competitive Energy Storage Systems in Renewable ApplicationsOrganized by Satema Moelv AS / Qinous GmbH

An introduction to Hybrid power supply for the aquaculture industry. Battery technology contributes to reduced costs and emissions for the industry. A combination of renewable energy, diesel generators and battery packs provide optimum solutions for a power intensive industry.

Contact person: Morten Frøhaug, tel.: +47 9205 1469, e-mail: morten.frohaug@satema.no

This seminar is free of charge and requires no pre-registration.

NB: This seminar is held in English
Location : Møterom K-315/Meeting room K-315
12:30 - 13:30Safe and effective production for smolt, postsmolt, grow-out and broodstock fish farming in saltwater and freshwater RAS modules.Organized by Nofitech

RAS technology has the potential for full control by creating optimal conditions for production of smolt, postsmolt, grow-out and broodstock fish farms. Nofitech presents how we achieve this by delivering standardized, compact, cost efficient and user-friendly RAS modules. NOFITECH offers extensive operational support and in-depth training of personnel. Rune Sandvik from Erko Settefisk AS presents his experiences with Nofitech and the Module RAS they have delivered. There will be opportunities for asking both Nofitech and Rune Sandvik questions during the seminar.

12:30 – 12:35: Welcome, Robert Hundstad, CEO, Nofitech
12:35 – 13:00: «How can we reach the potential for full control in RAS? », Kari Attramadal, Head of R&D, Nofitech
13:00 – 13:15: Safe and effective production using seawater in Nofitech ModulRAS», Geir Løvik, Founder, Nofitech
13:20 – 13:30: Questions and answers with the speakers
13:30: Close

This seminar will be held in English.

Registrations: robert@nofitech.com
Point of contact: Robert Hundstad, cell: 900 49 976, e-post: robert@nofitech.com
Location : Meetingroom Backstage (in the hall outside Hall A)
12:30 - 15:30Seminar: Vessel operations at exposed aquaculture locationsOrganized by SINTEF Ocean and Norconsult

In the spring of 2018, SINTEF Ocean took the initiative to establish a forum on the subject of demanding vessel operations. The forum has established a working group with participants from SINTEF Ocean, NTNU, Kongsberg Maritime Advisory & Training, Norconsult and Trondheim Port Authority. The purpose was to create a meeting place for researchers, ship designers, shipping companies, authorities and experienced navigators to discuss demanding vessel operations for different vessel types and operating areas.
Programme:
• 12:30 Introduction to 'Competence Forum for demanding vessel operations' and the theme: Exposed Aquaculture, by Onno Musch, Norconsult AS
• 12:40 Rules and regulations, how to relate to development in the industry by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate
• 13:00 HSE at exposed aquaculture facilities, focus on working environment, by Hans V. Bjelland, SINTEF Ocean (SFI Exposed)
• 13:20 Challenges in practice, experience from well boat, by Bente Lund Jakobsen, Coastal shipping companies
• 13:40 Transfer of skills from other industries; offshore wind power from Jørgen Krokstad, by Jørgen Krokstad, Norconsult AS
• 14:00 Coffee break
• 14:15 PANEL DEBATE: Discussion between industry and authorities, with Hans V. Bjelland, SINTEF Ocean, Bente Lund Jakobsen, Coastal Companies and Jørgen Krokstad, Norconsult AS
o Is there a need for an update of the regulations?
o Who is responsible for increased focus on HSE and escapes during vessel operations on exposed aquaculture facilitie
• 15:15 Summing up and closing of the seminar, by Onno Musch, Norconsult AS
o Input to rules and regulations
o Input for further forum activities

Contact person: Onno Much, tel.: +47 9674 2328, e-mail: onno.musch@norconsult.com
Location : Aqua Nor Stadion 2. etg/2nd floor, Klostergata 86, Trondheim
12:30 - 14:30Seminar: Revision of the regulations for small cargo shipsOrganized by the Norwegian Maritime Authority.

The seminar will be held in Norwegian.

Contact persons:
Trym Sogge Sjøberg, e-mail: TSSJ@sdir.no; Simon Drønen, e-mail: SIDR@sdir.no; Elisabeth Vaagen, e-mail: EVS@sdir.no
Location : Møterom K-340/Meeting room K-340
13:00 - 13:30Arena Nordland Speakers CornerPresentation of steam drying.

Event will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Ove Johansen, telf.: +47 9380 0316, e-post: ove@eggautvikling.no
Location : Stand E-402
13:00 - 13:30Wilhelmsens Ships Service presents Timms Smart Ropes intelligent mooringsTimm's Smart Ropes are intelligent mooring ropes with built-in sensor technology. A revolution in mooring. The built-in sensor provides invaluable data on the mooring rope load in real time, as well as temperature and remaining service life. With the help of a dedicated app on mobile, pad or PC, the bridge can control the power of each mooring line at any time. This provides increased safety, contributes to better mooring and increased mooring life. In addition to reduced costs by ensuring that the ropes are only replaced when needed.

Tore Strand from Wilhelmsen Ships Service talks about the future of mooring and you can also test your strength with Timm's Smart Rope yourself.
Location : Stand S-910 på Skansen/Stand S-910 at Skansen
13:00 - 14:00Presentation: J. Weiberg Gulliksen AS present revolutionary Vovlo Penta innovationsExciting innovations in IPS, Propellars, Gen set, The advantages of Volvo Penta are many.

40 percent longer range
20 percent higher top speed
30 percent lower fuel consumption
30 percent lower CO2 emissions
50 percent lower noise
More space on board.

Taste the Best Fish Soup in town, made by the restaurant at Ravnkloa.

Contact person: Svein-Are Tollås, tel.: +47 9978 5000, e-mail: svein-are@gulliksen.no
Location : Stand S-917 på Skansen/Stand S-917 at Skansen
13:00 - 13:45Mini-seminar: Environmental challenges in salmon farming - how can they be solved?Organized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Kjell Naas, Special Advisor, The Norwegian Research Council

Programme:
- Escaped salmon -. How is the wild salmon genetics affected? By Kjetil Hindar, NINA
- Environmental inspection in aquaculture law - how to ensure predictability and environmental sustainability? By Bjørn Bakke, UiT Norwegian arctic university
- Genetic editing may contribute to solving environmental challenges in salmon farming. By Anna Wargelius, Institute of Marine Research
- Lice and impact on wild fish. By Ørjan Karlsen, Marine Research Institute
- Effects of salmon lice medicine on shrimp. By Renée Bechmann, NORCE
- SalmoDetect: Methods for documentation of plastic in the fish fillet. By Marte Haave, NORCE
- Emissions from plants - new method for monitoring environmental impacts. By Per-Arne Emaus, Akvaplan-niva
- Coexistence - fishing and aquaculture. By Ingebrigt Uglem, NINA

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
13:00 - 14:20Political seminar and debateHow can we establish an enabling environment to increase the ripple effects of the aquaculture industry - which will need new space (and technology) in order to continue its growth, at sea and on land?

Debate in Norwegian.

Contact person: Benedikte Farstad Nashoug, tel.: +47 9057 6698, e-mail: benedikte@salt.nu
Location : Stand G-702
13:30 - 13:50Mini-seminar: Using IoT Business Intelligence to improve fish growthSpeaker: Mads Skøtt, Water Quality Specialist, Blue Unit A/S

Contact person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
+45 6020 8557
Location : Stand A-183
14:00 - 16:30Salmon SeminarOrganized by Noirdea and the Norwegian Seafood Council.

Programme:
- Welcome, by Louise Haahjem, Manager Seafood, Nordea
- Norway's position in future farming of Atlantic salmon, by Harald Tom Nesvik, Minister of Fisheries
- Zero lice, green lights, landbased operations and development permits; the price situation under different scenarios, by Eivind Brøkkan, analyst, Capia, and Kolbjørn Giskeødegård, Director Seafood, Nordea Markets
- Sustainability as a driver in future aquaculture industry, by Anne-Kristine Øen, CEO, Salmon Group
- The European salmon market - is it equally important in the future? By Ingrid Kristine Pettersen, seafood analyst, The Norwegian Seafood Council
- The US salmon market seen from Chile, by Ricardo Garcia Holtz, CEO and director, Pesquera Camanchaca
- The future of seafood & the Chinese consumer, by Terry Von Nibra, General Manager Europe, Alibaba
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel, Trondheim
14:00 - 14:30Presentation of The Explorer for international companiesThe Explorer is the official platform for green technology from Norway. Here you can find sustainable solutions from hundreds of companies in a range of industries.
The platform is a the leading tool for both international and Norwegian companies to discover new business opportunities and mutually benefit from closer cooperation.
We invite you to a presentation of how The Explorer can help Aqua Nor exhibitors and visitors. The presentation will be given by Ms. Helene Friis, Head of the Explorer.

Visit www.TheExplorer.no and connect with a reliable provider.
Location : Møterom VIP A-228, annen etasje i Hall A/ Meeting room VIP A-228, 2nd floor in Hall A
14:10 - 14:30Mini-seminar: RIAWATECH – a new perspective in shut-off equipment used in “hot water”, especially for RAS facilities and saltwater installationsUnique technology and efficiency for valves and penstocks.
FLOW GUIDE 3-way distributor valves for gentle transport of fish in pipe system

Speaker: Finn Nielsen, Project and Development Manager, B.SC. Mechanical Engineering, RIAWATECG - PROAGRIA GROUP

Contact Person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
+45 6020 8557
Location : Stand A-183
14:30 - 15:00Mini-seminar: Realtime algae measuringFunn and Sea-Eco present "Realtime algae measuring".
Tone Rasmussen from Sea-Eco explains the biology and Funn explains the supporting technology.

Contact person: Bjørn Erik Rønhaug, tel.: +47 9188 8190, e-mail: bjorn.erik. ronhaug@funn.no
Location : Stand G-702
14:50 - 15:10Mini-seminar: Optimized filtration of salt water in aquacultureWorld premiere at Aqua Nor of CM Aqua Technologies new generation X in HEX drum filter.

Speaker: Kurt Karlsen, CEO, CM Aqua Technologies

Contact person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
+45 6020 8557
Location : Stand A-183
15:00 - 16:00Veramars Reception: Sushi, Sashimi and SocializeJoin Veramaris for some sushi, sashimi and a drink! Meet the Veramaris team and learn about:
• Importance of omega-3 EPA & DHA for fish health and human health
• Key insights on global consumer markets and demands
• Sustainability along the salmon value chain
• Veramartis Communication: Aplifying the message for you

Speakers: Oyvind Ihle, Christian Martin, Gaelle Husser, Karim Kurmaly, Julia Born

More information: https://www.veramaris.com/aqua-nor
Location : Stand A-146
15:00 - 16:00Smølaoppdrettere launches a new name and new strategySmølen Handelskompani AS invites you to a presentation of its new name, logo, visual identity and strategy towards the year 2030.

Programme:
15:00 - 15:10 Video - Salmon farming at Smøla
15:10 - 15:30 Presentation of the company and its strategy towards 2030, by Mikal A. Eines
15:30 - 15:45 Speech by Mayor Roger Olsen, Smøla Municipality
15:45 - 16:00 Klippfiskakademiet serves salmon dishes and the staff of the salmon farming company serves something to drik and cake.

Contact person: Christian Wikan, tel. +47 9410 9220, e-mail: christian@smolaks.no

NB: This event will be held in Norwegian
Location : Stand A-115
15:00 - 15:30The Directorate of Fisheries serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
15:00 - 15:45Mini-seminar: How to keep the fish healthy?Organized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Sven Martin Jørgensen, Manager Fish health, FHF

Programme:
- Status fordisease and fish welfare - what challenges do we have in 2019 and where are the developments going? By Brit Hjeltnes, the Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- Gentle disease detection using environmental DNA. By Thierry Baussant, NORCE
- What is DNA universal databank for fisheries and aquaculture and how can it be used to ensure fish health? By Owen Wagenstern, UiT Norway's arctic university
- The potential of our new genetic toolbox. By Kari Kolstad, NMBU
- Fish mucosal barriers - living sensors to a changing environment. By Carlo Lazado, Nofima
- Welfare of cleansing fish. By Ingrid Lein, Nofima
- Salmon insight - the path to individual fish farming. By Martin Føre, NTNU
- Camera-based ID - 2 million health cards. By Oscar Markovic, SEALAB AS

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
15:30 - 15:50Mini-seminar: Application of Ozone in RAS facilitiesSpeaker: Richard Martin, CEO, Water Aps - a part of OxyGuard Group.

Contact person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
+45 6020 8557
Location : Stand A-183
15:30 - 16:30Presentation of Sterling University's Institute of AquacultureStirling’s Institute of Aquaculture is the largest of its kind in the world. Come and find out more about this internationally recognised centre for aquaculture.

Contact person: Hazel Peat, tel.: +44 07557 201164, e-mail: hazel@scottishaquaculture.com
Location : Stand A-145
16:00 - 17:00Reception at the Scottish Aquaculture standScottish reception, sponsored by the Institute of Aquaculture - join us for some Scottish delights and some fun activities after a long day at the exhibition!

Contact person: Hazel Peat, tel.: +44 01786 278302, e-mail: hazel@scottishaquaculture.com
Location : Stand A-145
16:10 - 16:30Mini-seminar: Inline analysis and feed controlSpeaker: Jens Erik Stengaard, Product Manager, Inline Sampling & Analysis, Source Technology

Contact person:
Martin Winkel
martin.winkel@dk-export.dk
+45 6020 8557
Location : Stand A-183
18:00 - 20:00Mingling and a taste of seaweedOrganized by Bellona and Ocean Forest

Ocean Forests invites you to an evening of mingling on board Bellona's sailing yacht Kallinika, which is moored at Brattørkaia next to Clarion Conference and Rockheim. Welcome to a chat and a taste of seaweed!
Location : Ombord på Kallinika/On board Kallinika
18:00 - 23:00Searis summer partySearis has the pleasure of inviting new and old friends to our rooftop terrace - for an evening of good times, barbecue, refreshments and live music.
We will provide delicious food from the grill, refreshments and a world premiere on our very own craft beer, brewed in collaboration with Monkey Brew.
Our DJ and live band will ensure a great atmosphere to hang out and have fun, so you can enjoy the company of great people from the industry.
In addition you will the get the chance to get a sneak peak into the future of data driven collaboration and applied AI - Clarify by Searis.
Bring your best self, we look forward to see you there.
Register at party.searis.no to secure your ticket. Limited availability.
Location : DIGS - Petter Egges Plass, Krambugata 2, Trondheim
19:00 - 22:00The Trønder EveningThe traditional trønder evening organized by Trondelag county municipality and Oi! Trønderks Mat & Drikke.

For bookings, contact jorek@trfk.no or brit.melting@oimat.no.
Location : Scandic Nidelven Hotel, Trondheim
19:00 - 22:00Press dinnerThe Directorate of Fisheries and the Nor-Fishing Foundation invite representatives of the press to dinner.

NB: Press accredited representatives are asked to sign up for the dinner by Tuesday at 16:00 hrs.
Location : Klubselskapet Harmonien, Sverres gate 4, Trondheim
TIMETHURSDAY 22. AUGUST 2019
08:00 - 10:00Seminar: Status for working environment in the aquaculture industrySINTEF Ocean invites you to a breakfast seminar on working environment, health and safety in the aquaculture industry. The event is free and open to everyone.

Programme:
• What does the research show about working environment, health and safety in the aquaculture industry?
Trine Thorvaldsen, senior researcher at SINTEF Ocean
• How do authorities and organizations work with working environment, health and safety?
- Cecilie Åldstedt Nyrønning, Senior Advisor to the Norwegian Labor Inspection Authority
- Elisabeth Vaagen, Senior Advisor to the Norwegian Maritime Directorate
- Rune Dyrvik, Head of Business, seafood Norway
• Claus Jervell, Academic Secretary for Aquaculture, Fellesforbundet
• What are the key challenges now and in the future, and what measures and solutions are needed?
Discussion led by Hans Bjelland, research director at SINTEF Ocean and center manager for SFI Exposed, center for research-driven innovation within exposed aquaculture operations

Everyone who registers in advance gets breakfast and coffee.
Registration deadline: 16.08.2019 kl. 4:00 p.m.

Contact person: trine.thorvaldsen@sintef.no

Link to registration: https://www.sintef.no/arrangementer/status-for-arbeidsmiljo-i-havbruksnaringen-velkommen-to-food breakfast seminar/
Location : Work Work, Munkegata 58, 7011 Trondheim
08:30 - 11:00Breakfast Seminar: The Green Wave - tomorrow's maritime solutionsOrganized by Moen Marin and Selfa.

A light breakfast will be served at 08:30 - 09:00.

Participation fee: NOK 500

Contact and registration: christina.ekseth@moenmarin.no

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian.
Location : Britannia Hotel, Dronningens gate 5, Trondheim
09:00 - 11:00Presentation: The harvest vessel "Norwegian Gannet" - hvat are the experiences so far?Organized by Havline AS and Wärtsilä.

CEO Carl-Erik Arnsen of Havline presents the oiperations so far after a few months in operation. Special focus on efficiency of operations and quality of the products.
MD Ove Wilhelmsen of Wärtsilä Ship Design presents the vessel and the technical solutions from Wärtsilä.

Pre-registration by e-mail to: tore.kallevag@wartsila.com by 19.08.2019
Location : Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
09:00 - 12:00Symposium: Driving Sustainable Development of AquacultureOrganized by Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE)

NORCE will provide an overview of its projects in support of driving sustainability in aquaculture production from interdisciplinary and cross-cutting perspectives. The session will focus on optimisation of productivity, new feed resources, digitising and sensing, as well as society and environment.

Programme:
09:00 Welcome (Hans Kleivdal)

OPTIMISATION OF PRODUCTIVITY:
09:10 KABIS (Sigurd Handeland)
09:20 PredictFit (Alla Sapronova)
09:40 Green Fish Farm (Crina Ilea)
09:50 iFishIENCi (Lars Ebbesson)
10:00 SUREAQUA (Fiona Provan)

NEW FEED RESOURCES:
10:10 Microalgaefor Aquaculture (Dorinde Kleingris)
10:20 National Bioprocessing and Fermentation Centre (Hans Kleivdal)
10:30 Break (10 minutes)

DIGITISING AND SENSING:
10:40 Jerico Next (Dominique Durand)
10:50 Environmental Sensing (Thierry Baussant)
11:00 Smart Sensing (Ingvar Henne)
11:10 LFI Project (TBD)

SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT:
11:20 AquaAccept (Elisa Ravagnan)
11:30 ECOAST (Thorleifur Agustsson)

NB: This symposium is held in English

Contact person: Megan Brunswig e-mail: mesi@norcersearch.no
Location : Møterom K-315/Meeting room K-315
09:00 - 11:00AKVAgroup software releaseAKVAgroup releases its new software.

Agenda:
• Streamlining data capture using the Fishtalk Control App's in our open platform
• Optimized exposure that contributes to better financial results
• Next generation of artificial intelligence contributes to optimization of feeding
• New and updated AKVA Connect; environmental data, flexible feeding, waterborne feeding and remote control of sites
• Automated collection and feeding analysis and sensor data generate new insight. Our open platform ties everything together

After the program is finished, we will serve lunch and offer transportation to the exhibition. Polarcirkel boats pick us up at our premisis and give us a ride to Skansen Dock. At Skansen Dock, we are going to exhibit new and relevant technology in addition to our best equipped barge model ever - an AC 600 VR.

Registration:
https://resource.akvagroup.com/release

Questions? Please contact Thomas Hoff, thoff@akvagroup.com or +47 992 06 625
Location : AKVAgroup's offices in Ferjemannsveien 10, Trondheim
10:00 - 12:00Seminar: Fish welfare in aquaculture. What are the problems? What can we do?The seminar will consist of several short presentations from both the industry itself, the Food Safety Authority and the organizers. The organizers will highlight challenges for welfare and how these can be solved, but also how one can work preventively.

Send your questions via SLIDO:
• Use your smartphone to open your net browser
• Go to Slido.com and input the event code #1705
• You can now ask your questions and "like" questions asked by others

Programme:
WHAT ARE THE PROBLEMS? WHAT CAN WE DO WITH THEM?

Moderator: Stine Gismervik, Veterinary Institute

10.00 -10.10 Welcome and introduction by Tore Kristiansen, Institute of Marine Research
The biggest challenges faced by the fish throughout the production cycle.
The focus on salmon lice increases the welfare problems and draws attention away from other health challenges.
10.10 - 10.20 The welfare at the hatchery. What do we know about it? By Brit Tørud, Veterinary Institute
10.20 - 10.30 Disease can present the greatest welfare challenges. Causes of mortality. By Per Anton Sæther, Marine Health
10.30 - 10.40 Welfare in lice treatment and thoughts on cleaner fish. By Elisabeth Wilmann, Food Safety Authority
10.40 - 10.50 Pain and hot water (Video and data from the experiments). By Siri Kristine Gåsnes, Veterinary Institute.

10 min Break with finger food & coffee / mineral water.

HOW WE SOLVE THE PROBLEMS, FISHING IS A CRAFTS, NOT A MACHINE PROCESS

11.00 - 11.10 The bigger a business is, the more important is a good regulatory framework to ensure health and welfare. Comparing regulations for poultry and farmed fish. By Lars Helge Stien, Institute of Marine Research
11.10 - 11.20 Measurement of welfare to document how the fish are - FISHWELL, practical use of the indicators - what actions can the results trigger? The freshwater / seawater production phases must be interconnected. By Anne Tjessem, Grieg Seafood
11.20 - 11.30 How far can we come far with best practices? Targeted strategy for better fish welfare. By Erlend Eide, Eide Fjordbruk
11:30 - 11:40 Is it easy to lock up the fish in semi-closed cages? Pros and cons seen in a fish health and welfare perspective. By Arve Nilsen, Veterinary Institute
11.40 - 11.55 Throughout the seminar you can send questions or suggestions for solutions and measures which can improve fish welfare in all or part of production. What can we do to "build more health" into the fish?

The panel that can help answer is:
Ketil Rykhus, Seafood Norway
Margaret Bergesen, NRS
Olav Breck, Food Safety Authority
Erlend Eide, Eide Fjordbruk
Elisabeth Wilmann, Food Safety Authority
Per Anton Sæther, Marine Health
IMR / National Veterinary Institute
11.55 - 12.00 Summary – Closing of the seminar. By Tore Kristiansen, Institute of Marine Research

Contact person:
Brit Tørud, fish health officer, tel: 909 16 148, e-mail: brit.torud@vetinst.no
Mari Press, communications advisor, tel: 412 11 467, e-mail: mari.press@vetinst.no
Beate Hoddevik, communications advisor, tel: 908 21 630, e-mail: beate.hoddevik@hi.no

NB: This seminar is held in Norwegian
Location : Konferanseteltet ved hovedinngangen/The Conference Tent at the main entrance
10:00 - 11:00Seminar: Land-based grow-out operationOrganized by Artec Aqua.

The seminar will cover issues like choice of technology, RAS vs FT-R (reuse), fish health, what sort of growth rates can we expect under controlled conditions, and last but not least: the economics.

Programme:
10:00 - 10:05 Registration
10:05 - 10:45 Presentations
10:45 - 11:00 Questions/discussion

This seminar will be held in Norwegian.

Registration: hno@artec-aqua.com

Contact person: Andres Thyri, tel.: +47 4746 5995, e-mail: ath@artec-aqua.com
Location : Møterom K340/Meeting room K-340 in Hall A (2nd floor)
10:30 - 11:15Mini-seminar: The salmon lice - our most bitter enemyOrganized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Eirik Sigstadstø, Manager, FHF

Programme:
- Salmon lice are not just lice - status from Licemap. By Kim Præbel, UiT Norway's arctic university
- Research challenges in salmon detection and counting. By Dmitri Klimentov, Steinsvik Aqua AS
- Scottish lice- our new enemy? By Mette Remen, Akvaplan-niva
- Does smart location prevent lice infection? By Ørjan Karlsen, Institute of Marine Research
- Are we getting less salmon lice with coordinated fallowing? By Lars Qviller, the Norwegian Veterinary Institute
- What does the lumpfish think? By Fredrik Staven, Nord University
- Use of optimal lumpfish. By Atle Foss, Akvaplan-niva
- FLS de-licing system and fish health. By Lars Georg Backer, Flatsetsund Engineering

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : ForskningstorgetResearch Plaza Stand A-125
11:00 - 19:00Welcome to PHARMAQademy!Pharmaq organizes a day of exciting panel debates and presentations on subjects such as PD*>Yersiniose*>Production systems>Future lice strategies>Big data>Vaccine technology.
The programme is divided into two parts:
11:00 - 12:00 For fish helth personnel only
12:00 for all
We round off the day with a dinner at the Banksalen Restaurant at 17:00.

Register no later than 15 August.
Detailed programme to be announced later.
The event is free of charge.
Location : Banksalen, Kongens gate 4, Trondheim
11:00 - 14:00Mini-seminar Plastics in the oceanOrganized by Trøndelag county municipality.
Registration: jorek@trfk.no
Location : Fylkets Hus, Erling Skakkes gate 10, 5. etg., Trondheim
12:00 - 16:00Seminar: VitenSkapt - the future is nowOrganized by AquaGen

A number of pioneering technological innovations in biology and production are appearing in the aquaculture industry at full speed and will form the basis for new growth and development. Technology optimists and aquaculture skeptics are invited for a professional update and discussions about today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities.

The seminar is in English.

Programme:
12:00 - 13:00 Lunsj
13:00 - 13:20 Global changes in the salmonid industry. Potential for growth. By Nina Santi, AquaGen
13:20 - 13:40 Land based salmon production. Success factors and limitations. By Ole Christian Norvik, Atlantic Saphire Denmark
13:40 - 14:00 Genetic improvements for growth and lice resistance. What have we documented? By Jørgen Ødegård, AquaGen
14:00 - 14:30 Break with refreshments
14:30 - 14:50 Impact of genetics on productivity and health under field conditions. Data from the salmon industries in Chile and Norway.. ByMatias Medina, AquaGen
14:50 - 15:10 The future of the Chilean salmon industry. From treatment and stagnation to prevention and growth. By Patrick Dempster, AquaGen Chile
15:10 - 15:30 The potential of using DNA-technology in pan size and big trout breeding & production. By Torben Nielsen, AquaSearch
15:30 Final remarks, refreshments and mingling

Contact person: anne.vik.mariussen@aquagen.no
Location : Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
12:00 - 13:00Seminar: Seafood safetyOrganized by the Veterinary Institute

If there are traces of Listeria in fish, how does one know if the quantity exceeds the limit value for legal turnover, customer requirements, or increased likelihood of illness in regular and vulnerable consumers if they eat the fish as sushi? Taran Skjerdal explains how the listeria calculator she has developed at the Veterinary Institute can be used precisely to assess this.
Location : Stand A-133 (Forskningstorget/Research Plaza)
12:00 - 13:00Marine pitch from Møre and RomsdalExhibitors from the county will present their new products and services from the stage of the joint stand.Location : Stand A-115
12:00 - 12:30The Directorate of Fisheries serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
12:00 - 12:30Nessco AS: 30 years in the industryNessco AS celebrates its 30th anniversary and invites one and all to having cake at our stand.Location : Stand A-172
12:00 - 13:00Safe and effective production for smolt, postsmolt, grow-out and broodstock fish farming in saltwater and freshwater RAS modules.Organized by Nofitech

RAS technology has the potential for full control by creating optimal conditions for production of smolt, postsmolt, grow-out and broodstock fish farms. Nofitech presents how we achieve this by delivering standardized, compact, cost efficient and user-friendly RAS modules. NOFITECH offers extensive operational support and in-depth training of personnel. Rune Sandvik from Erko Settefisk AS presents his experiences with Nofitech and the Module RAS they have delivered. There will be opportunities for asking both Nofitech and Rune Sandvik questions during the seminar.

Programme:
12:30 – 12:35: Welcome, Robert Hundstad, CEO, Nofitech
12:35 – 13:00: «How can we reach the potential for full control in RAS? », Kari Attramadal, Head of R&D, Nofitech
13:00 – 13:15: Safe and effective production using seawater in Nofitech ModulRAS», Rune Sandvik, CEO, Nofitech
13:20 – 13:30: Questions and answers with the speakers
13:30: Close

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian only.

Registration: robert@nofitech.com
Contact person: Robert Hundstad, mobil: 900 49 976, e-mail : robert@nofitech.com

NB: This seminar will be held in Norwegian only.
Location : Møterom K-315 i bygning M/Meeting room K-315 in building M
12:15 - 12:35Presentation: Production of halibut in the SognefjordOrganized by Det Marine Vestlandet

Contact person: Erlend Standal, tel.: +47 4545 4687, e-mail: detmarinevestlandet.aquanor@salt.nu
Location : Stand D-345
13:00 - 14:00Arena Nordland Speakers CornerNordlaks innovation and buidling of the Ocean farm

LetSea and NTNU research on a smolt production.

This event will be held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Ove Johansen, telf.: +47 9380 0316, e-post: ove@eggautvikling.no
Location : Stand E-402
13:00 - 15:00Seminar: Future packing and transport of salmonBluWrap's new packaging technology doubles the shelf life of fresh salmon and eliminates the use of isopore and ice. The technology opens up new ways to export fresh salmon to Europe. By using a boat to the United States and trains to China, the aquaculture industry will significantly reduce costs and the negative environmental impact.
Dynatec and BluWrap have jointly developed a production line in order to be able to implement the technology on a large scale at existing or new production facilities.

Program:
13:00 - 13:30 Registration, welcome and finger food.
13:30 - 14:15 BluWrap by Ola Strand: The green revolution is here! New technology provides reduced environmental footprint, increased sustainability, improved profitability and increased competitiveness for the aquaculture industry.
14:15 - 15:00 Dynatec byTore Enes, Automated packaging plants: Technology for automatic cooling, packaging and palletizing of fish.

Registration: tore.enes@dynatec.no, tel.: +47 9118 7290
Location : Comfort Hotel Park, Trondheim
13:00 - 13:30Open microphoneParticipants at the Stand "Arctic knowledge" present excviting projects. Location : Stand G-702
13:00 - 15:00Wärtsilä invites to a presentation of sustainable solutions for the aqua sector and our new W14 enginePresentations:
Wärtsilä's sustainable system for the Aqua sector
Wärtsilä's recently launched high-speed engine W14

Registration: send an e-mail to tore.kallevag@wartsila.com before 19.8.2019.
Location : Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim
13:00 - 15:00Canada/Norway Aquaculture Innovation & Investment SeminarBoth Norway and Canada have developed Superclusters for their Ocean Industries. Aquaculture plays a prominent role in these superclusters providing innovation & investment opportunities across the sector. Our speakers will touch on these opportunities.

- 13:00 - 13:30 Melody Pardoe Canadian Oceans Supercluster: Aquaculture Innovation
- 13:30 - 14:00 Kristian Henriksen Norway NCE Aquatech Cluster
- 14:00 - 14:30 Michael Beck Denmark Land Based Innovation
- 14:30 - 15:00 Tom-Ivar Bern Innovation Norway: Aquaculture Investments

Contact person: Brian Rogers, tel: +1 902 497 5898, e-mail: brian.rogers@ns.sympatico.ca
Location : Konferanseteltet ved hovedinngangen/Conference tent at the main entrance
13:00 - 13:45Mini-seminar: Nutritional requirements and new feed resources - salmon and codOrganized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Kjell Naas, Special Advisor, The Norwegian Research Council

Programme:
- Yeast from Norwegian biomass as feed ingredient: How does the processing of yeast affect digestibility and immune responses in Atlantic salmon? By Leidy Lagos, NMBU
- Resource accounting for salmon feed over a year. By Turid Synnøve Aas, Nofima
- National Alge Pilot Mongstad. By Hans Kleivdal, NORCE
- Microbially produced DHA / EPA for feed. By Olav Vadstein, NTNU
- A smarter way to feed the cod. By Marit Bjørnevik, North University
- Fly larvae, kelp and gut health. By Trond Kortner, NMBU
- The oils of the millennium feed meet the salmon's need. By Bente Ruyter, Nofima
- Feed, fish and environment, a holistic approach to mineral nutrition. By Erik-Jan Lock, Institute of Marine Research

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
13:00 - 14:00Seminar: Launching a fully electric salmon farming systemOrganized by Bellona.

Bellona, ABB and a fish farming company will launch a cooperation to realize fully electric operations in a farming location. Together, the partners will come up with solutions to operate a feed barge, work boats and power equipment with clean on-shore power.
At this seminar the partners will present the technology, how it will be done in practical terms, and what it will mean for the environment, working conditions and climate emissions.
We finish the launch with a short discussion about the project and the potential to bring to the rest of the industry.

Programme:
13:00 - 13:05 Welcome, by Kari Torp, Bellona
13:05 - 13:20 Environmental advantages of total electrification of salmon farming, by Christina Ianssen, Bellona
13:20 - 13:35 Technical solutions for total electrification. By ABB
13:35 - 13:50 About Electrification and innovation at the pilot locality. By Bremnes Seashore
13:50 . 14:00 Questions and answers.

Later in the day we will invite participants to an "Electric Evening" on board Bellona's sail ship "Kallinika", which is moored at Brattørkaia next to Clarion Conference and Rockheim in Trondheim. Food will be served 18:30 - 20:30.

Contact person:
Anders Karlsson-Drangsholt, Senior Aquaculture Advisor
anders@bellona.no
Tel.:+47 9322 1313

NB: This seminar is held in Norwegian.
Location : Møterom VIP i Hall A/Meeting room VIP in Hall A
13:00 - 14:00Presentation: J. Weiberg Gulliksen AS present revolutionary Vovlo Penta innovationsExciting innovations in IPS, Propellars, Gen set, The advantages of Volvo Penta are many.

40 percent longer range
20 percent higher top speed
30 percent lower fuel consumption
30 percent lower CO2 emissions
50 percent lower noise
More space on board.

Taste the Best Fish Soup in town, made by the restaurant at Ravnkloa.

Contact person: Svein-Are Tollås, tel.: +47 9978 5000, e-mail: svein-are@gulliksen.no
Location : Stand S-917 på Skansen/Stand S-917 at Skansen
13:30 - 14:30Dimensioning and installation of back-up power unitsOrganized by Satema Moelv AS.

An introduction to dimensioning and installation of a reserve power unit for use as an emergency power source to safeguard animal health and material values.

Kontaktperson: Morten Frøhaug, tel. +47 9205 1469, e-mail: morten.frohaug@satema.no

This seminar is free of charge and requires no pre-registration.

NB: This seminar is held in Norwegian
Location : Møterom K-315/Meeting room K-315
14:00 - 14:30Wilhelmsen Ships Service presents Timms Smart Ropes intelligent mooringsTimm's Smart Ropes are intelligent mooring ropes with built-in sensor technology. A revolution in mooring. The built-in sensor provides invaluable data on the mooring rope load in real time, as well as temperature and remaining service life. With the help of a dedicated app on mobile, pad or PC, the bridge can control the power of each mooring line at any time. This provides increased safety, contributes to better mooring and increased mooring life. In addition to reduced costs by ensuring that the ropes are only replaced when needed.

Tore Strand from Wilhelmsen Ships Service talks about the future of mooring and you can also test your strength with Timm's Smart Rope yourself
Location : Stand S-910 på Skansen/Stand S-910 at Skansen
14:00 - 17:00VR viewing of Europe's largest land-based fish farmDuring Aqua Nor in Trondheim, a VR display of Salmon Evolution's land-based aquaculture facility, which will be built in Fræna municipality, is put on show. The plant, which is designed by Artec Aqua, will produce just under 30,000 tonnes of salmon, as many as 100 million salmon meals a year!
It's hard to imagine how big this really will be, but with VR you can now have the opportunity to see the dimensions in question.

Drop-in between 14:00 and 17:00.

Contact person: Unni Grebstad, tel.: +47 9528 8288, e-mail: unni@doxacom.no
Location : Møterom K-340/Meeting room K340
14:00 - 15:30Mini-seminar: Ocean space analysis TrøndelagOrganized by Trøndelag county municipality.
SINTEF will present highlights from the analysis.

Registration: jorek@trfk.no
Location : Fylkets Hus, Erling Skakkes gate 10, 5. etg., Trondheim
14:00 - 15:00Presentation: Cleaner fish researchCleaner fish research at the Institute of Aquaculture, in collaboration with the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre – hear about ground-breaking research that has led to the first ever cleaner fish farmed lifecycle in a controlled environment.

Contact person: Hazel Peat, tel.: +44 07557 201164, e-mail: hazel@scottishaquaculture.com
Location : Stand A-145
14:00 - 18:00Seminar: Advanced Aquaculture Technology 2019Organized by SINTEF and Maritime Robotics.

In the first part of this seminar there will be given project presentations by researchers from SINTEF and their partners in the industry.
The second part is a practical part where demonstrations will be given by cooperating partners. The participants will be able to observe, test, and ask questions as well as give their suggestions to the demonstrated technology.
Detailed program will be published shortly.

The seminar is free of charge, no registration needed, and there will be light refreshments.

Contact person: Maria Nissrin Kristensen, tel.: +47 9883 5107, e-mail: Maria.Kristensen@sintef.no
Location : Maritime Robotics, Brattørkaia 11, Pirterminalen, 7010 Trondheim
15:00 - 16:00Marine ground maps - an instrument to promote blue growthThe municipalities need a better knowledge base to make plans that meet future demands for sustainable development of the coast. Marine ground maps can be part of the solution. Presentations by Terje Thorsnes (NGU), Mona Gilstad (Herøy municipality), Arne Håkon Sandnes (Møre and Romsdal county municipality) and Turid Hanken (Haram municipality).Location : Stand A-115
15:00 - 17:00Official opening of the Norwegian Centre foir Plankton TechnologyOrganized by SINTEF Ocean and NTNU Institute of Biology

Development of new biomarine industry is both costly and demanding, but at this center, researchers, students and industry can work together to find cost-effective and innovative solutions for new industry development. Close cooperation between technologists and biologists is important for this development.

Program:
- Welcome and opening of the Plankton Center
- Presentation of the Norwegian Center for Plankton Technology
- New Biomarine Industry
- Highlights from the Plankton Center
- Summary
Registration and supplementary programs can be found at https://www.sintef.no/arrangementer/planktonseminar/

Contacts:
Gunvor Øie, SINTEF Ocean tel. 971 47 906
Kjell Inge Reitan, NTNU, tel. 930 13 045
Location : NTNU SeaLab, Brattørkaia 17C, 2. etg. Trondheim
15:00 - 15:30The Directorate of Fisheries serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
15:00 - 15:45Mini-seminar: New opportunities in the oceanOrganized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Sigridur Thormodsdottir, Department Head, Bio-based Industries, Innovation Norway

Programme:
- Bioeconomy - new products from renewable resources. By Kari Kolstad, NMBU
- Conversion of biomass to high-value products. By Inger Lin Ræder Uttakleiv, UiT Norway's arctic university
- Environmental effects of kelp cultivation. By Åse Åtland, NIVA
- Kelpcultivation vessel for an industry we see the contours of. By Svein Knudtzon Waagbø, Møre Maritime AS
- Circular bio-economy - waste from aquaculture as a source of phosphorus. By Helen Hamilton, NTNU
- Residual raw material analysis. By Magnus Stoud Myhre, SINTEF Ocean
- Intelligent fish feeding through integration of enabling technologies and circular principles. By Lars Ebbesson, NORCE

Contact persons:
Anne Ditlefsen, Forskningsrådet, Tel: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bøvre-Jensen, FHF, Tel: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
16:30 - 18:30Seminar: A precautionary approach - Algeae warning system for the aquaculture industrySINTEF Ocean invites you to a meeting about harmful algeae in the aquaculture industry.

New sensory technology for collection of data, system integration and modelling are central issues. Presentation of the Algevarsling 4.0 system.

The seminar is held in Norwegian.

Contact person: Matilde Skogen Chauton, tlf +47 9115 9853
Location : SINTEF Sealab, Pirsenteret, Havnegata 9, 7010 Trondheim
17:00 - 19:15NTNU Alumni meetingMeet former students who work in the aquaculture industry and get access to NTNU's unique professional environment!
Brohode Havbruk 2050 is a platform for cooperation and knowledge sharing between academia and the private sector. Student will become attractive candidates who contribute valuable expertise to the sector. NTNU invites its alumni and other interested persons to a meeting during Aqua Nor.

Registration: (free of charge but binding): https://www.ntnu.no/machform/view.php?id=454407 (by 19. August at. 12 noon)

More information will be available on https://www.ntnu.no/brohode-havbruk

Contact person: Alexandra.neyts@ntnu.no
Location : NTNU Sealab, Brattørkaia 17C (2.etg.) Trondheim
18:30 - 20:30Electric evening on board KallinikaABB, Bellona and Bremnes Seashore invite to "Electric evening" on Bellona's sailing ship Kallinika. The boat is located at the port of Brattørkaia at Clarion Conference and Rockheim. We are also joined by EVOY's new electric RIB. Welcome to a nice chat, seafood and an electric atmosphere!Location : omborad på Kallinika ved Brattørkaia/On board Kallinika at Brattørkaia
TIMEFRIDAY 23. AUGUST 2019
10:00 - 16:00Aqua Nor Student DayOrganized by the Nor-Fishing Foundation, NTNU Brohode Aquaculture 2050 and partners

Programme:
10:00 Registration and seminar (for students only)
12:00 Visit to the exhibition area
15:00 Happy Hour

Information: https://www.aqua-nor.no/studentdagen-moteplassen-studenter-naerings/

Registration - for students: https://veso.nor-fishing.no/register/student/

Registration - for stand holders:
1. Log in to VESO with the usual username and password.
2. Go to "My Company" at the top of the menu on the left.
3. Check "We welcome students at our booth"
 
Contact person: Alexandra Neyts, NTNU, e-mail: alexandra.neyts@ntnu.no
Location : Konferanseteltet på Festplassen/The Conference Tent at the Main Entrance
10:00 - 11:30Student project seminar Bridgehead Aquaculture Havbruk 2050 stimulates companies to collaborate with NTNU on student assignments – on bachelor, master or PhD level, and within all fields (technology, bio/biotechnology, social science and humanities). Supervisors from NTNU will present research studies suitable for student projects and for collaboration with external stakeholders from the aquaculture sector. At the mingling session, participants can show interest in the available initiatives or present their own student project ideas.

Registration (compulsory): https://no.surveymonkey.com/r/LQXVW9X
Updated information will become available on https://www.ntnu.no/brohode-havbruk
Contact person: Alexandra.neyts@ntnu.no
Location : Møterom K-340 i Hall A/Meeting room K-340 in Hall A
11:00 - 12:00Speakers Corner: Andfjord SalmonAndfjord Salmon is an innovative through-flow system that combines all the benefits of sea- and land-based aquaculture. The concept has been verified by the leading industrial specialists in Norway. Come and hear founder and chairman Roy Bernt Pettersen talk about it.
Read more about Andfjord here: https://www.andfjord.no
Location : Stand E-402
12:00 - 13:00Mørenot-gruppen invites students to lunch and orientationBring your fellow students and take this opportunity to meet key roles and learn about exciting opportunities within Mørenot!

We will serve sushi and refreshments for lunch, while our HR Manager presents you with news about our company and future possibilities to contribute and cooperate with us during and after completing your studies.

Mørenot Aquaculture is a driving force of the technological evolution in the industry. Our extensive experience makes us a reliable and solid partner for fish farmers worldwide. Mørenot's innovative solutions will contribute to good fish health and efficient fish farming.
Location : Stand A-101
12:00 - 12:30Nessco AS: 30 years in the industryNessco AS celebrates its 30th anniversary and invites one and all to having cake at our stand.Location : Stand A-172
12:00 - 12:30The Directorate of Fisheries serves fish soupLocation : Stand A-124
13:00 - 14:00Presentation: J. Weiberg Gulliksen AS present revolutionary Vovlo Penta innovationsExciting innovations in IPS, Propellars, Gen set, The advantages of Volvo Penta are many.

40 percent longer range
20 percent higher top speed
30 percent lower fuel consumption
30 percent lower CO2 emissions
50 percent lower noise
More space on board.

Taste the Best Fish Soup in town, made by the restaurant at Ravnkloa.

Contact person: Svein-Are Tollås, tel.: +47 9978 5000, e-mail: svein-are@gulliksen.no
Location : Stand S-917 på Skansen/Stand S-917 at Skansen
13:00 - 13:40Mini seminar: What are you going to be when you grow up?Exciting educational, research and job opportunities in research and innovation.

Organized by Research Plaza
Moderator: Endre Nordstrand, student of aquamedicine at UiT Norway's Arctic University

Programme:
- Nord University: Do you want to study the largest aquaculture county in Norway? By Vilde Alsos and Inger Johanne Gjelseth
- UiT Norway's Arctic University/Norwegian Fisheries College: Cooperation between students and industry, by Professor Hulda Giæver and Professor Ragnar L. Olsen
- NTNU: NTNU Oceans - Aquaculture integrated in technology, science and humanities, by Maria Azucena Gonzalez
- NMBU: Sustainable aquaculture - an interdisciplinary approach, by Turid Mørkøre
- Nofima: This is how you land a research job - five tips from Nofima, by HR advisor Merete Kaspersen

Contact persons:
Ingrid Hovda Lien, UiT - Norway's Arctic University, tel.:.+47 4800 6311
Anne Ditlefsen, Norwegian Research Council, tel.: +47 9775 3665
Maja Bævre-Jensen, FHF, tel.: +47 9956 2251
Location : Forskningstorget/Research Plaza Stand A-125
15:00 - 00:00Aqua Nor 2019 closesWelcome to Nor-Fishing 2020!
18 - 21 August 2020.
Location : Trondheim Spektrum

The Nor-Fishing foundation

Visiting address
The Nor-Fishing Foundation
Pirsenteret, entrance 1, Havnegata 9
7010 Trondheim, Norway

Mailing address
The Nor-Fishing Foundation
p.o. box 1251, Torgård
7407 Trondheim, Norway
Phone:
+ 47 73 56 86 40
E-mail:
post@nor-fishing.no

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