|Robin Teigland, Professor of Strategy and Management of Digitalization in the Entrepreneurship and Strategy Division at Chalmers. Robin is Director of Ocean Data Factory Sweden, Sweden’s first national ocean data lab, that promotes innovation based on the application of AI to ocean data. ODF’s mission is to ensure that Sweden plays a leading role in the development of the global blue economy and to ensure that the ocean and its resources are managed in the best possible and most sustainable way. Robin is also an impact entrepreneur and has co-founded Peniche Ocean Watch and Ocean Tech Hub in Portugal, through which she is running several blue circular economy projects, such as the Plastic Chain, Peladrone, the Ocean Community Challenge, and Ecowaterdrone.Robin is a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), and in 2017, 2018, and 2019 she was listed by the Swedish business magazine, Veckans Affärer, as one of Sweden’s most influential women, primarily in technology. In 2019, she was also ranked as one of Sweden’s top 100 public speakers.|
Jurie "Jannes" Germishuys, research-oriented data scientist at Combine with a background in actuarial science, extensive experience across insurance, telecommunications and financial industries in a wide range of applications including deep learning analytics, NLP and AI product development.
He will give a talk on the topic " How we apply AI in marine environmental management".
|Mikael Razola is the project manager for the wPCC research project that Wallenius Marine is running together with SSPA and KTH. The aim is to develop a sailing car-carrier ship for long-distance shipping. Mikael has a Ph.D. in Naval Architecture and has been working with a wide range of maritime development projects within the government, private and military market, first as a consultant at SSPA and since 2019 at Wallenius Marine. Sailing has always been important to Mikael, both professionally and as leisure. He has among other projects been involved with the development of an autonomous sailing research platform (Maribot Vane), and in the development of courses in sailing mechanics.|