Smart Shipping – KIEL-GDANSK MARKET PLACE – 31. May 2022 in Kiel, Germany



Please register for participation:

10:00 Welcome
Dr. Christian Wagner-Ahlfs, Kiel University / KMS
Presentations Kiel
CAPTN – Clean Autonomous Public Transport Network
Prof. Dr. Dirk Nowotka, Kiel University,
Dept. of Computer Science
A lab in the waves – a step towards autonomous shipping
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hauke Schramm, Institute of Applied Computer Science, University of Applied Sciences CAPTN – 5G use cases for the smart fjord (logistics, transport & sport)
Björn Schwarze, CEO Addix
Presentations Gdansk
Smart Port – Smart Shipping
Dr. Malgorzata Bielenia, University of Gdansk, Institute of Maritime Transport and Seaborne Trade
Baltic Sea & Space Cluster: Smart Shipping in the sea port
Prof. em UMG Dr. hab. Marek Grzybowski, Baltic Sea & Space Cluster, President of the Board
Wrap-up with Axel Koch, Kiel University, Research and
Innovation, Head of the Transfer Department
12:30-13:15 Lunch
13:30-18:00 Visits (included coffee break):
On-shore power terminal – Port of Kiel Ferry transit to East Shore
Camera and lidar data collection on the MS Schwentine
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hauke Schramm, Institute of Applied Computer Science, University of Applied Sciences
University of Applied Science:
Presentation of Model Tests for the CAPTN Wavelab Demonstrator on Autonomous Clean Shipping
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hendrik Dankowski, Ship Design and Maritime Environmental Protection, Institute of Naval Architecture and Maritime Technology
Ferry transit to West Shore
18:00 Reception and Networking
Seeburg Kiel University
31. May 2022 in Kiel, Germany
Location: Seeburg, Düsternbrooker Weg 2, Kiel University
The Kiel-Gdansk Market Place will bring together scientists and business partners from the maritime sector.
Both cities are active in promoting future concepts for sustainable shipping: smart shipping in a smart harbour,
including autonomous shipping, modern energy systems and harbour logistics. Both cities have excellent scientific
research and innovative maritime industry. This event will promote exchange on scientific evidence, support
networking and provide contacts for future cooperation and commercialization of inventions. Kiel as host city will
present e.g. the “Clean Autonomous Public Transport Network (CAPTN)”, establishing an integrated inner-city
mobility chain of autonomous clean modes of transport on water and on land. In addition, the Port of Kiel offers
groundbreaking activities like the on-shore power terminal.