Date(s) - 01/10/2021
12:00 - 13:00
The seminar will be looking at harvest technology for calanus and trawls of small mesh. This is the fifth of six online seminars arranged by SFI-Harvest. The research area of this seminar looks at modeling the interaction between fish and harvesting equipment, Cost-effective monitoring of harvest species while trawling, and much more. Read about RA4 here.
To establish sustainable value chains for exploiting the abundant resources of the ocean, new knowledge is needed within six research areas (RA).
SFI Harvest’s six research areas include autonomous systems and sensor technology for data collection, ecosystem dynamics, digital decision support, harvest technology and onboard processing, land-based processing, and product development, and fisheries management and sustainable business models.
The dates and topics of the other seminars are as followed:
10/9 RA2 Ecosystem dynamics
17/9 RA3 Decision support
24/9 RA5 Processing and product development
1/10 RA4 Harvest technology
8/10 RA6 Governance and sustainable business models
Spoken language will be Norwegian or English, decided by topic, speakers, and participants.
The seminar will be held on Teams. Get the link here!
For more information contact: Ingunn Marie Holmen, firstname.lastname@example.org