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27–28 July 2018

28 July
09:00–14:00

MariNet National Technology Initiative Conference (presentation of projects)

FEFU, Conference Hall No. 3 (Maritime Hall)
JSC Concern Morinformsystem-Agat JSC

SESSION A-1. High-tech in the maritime sector:

1) The use of laser technologies in shipbuilding and ship repair
2) Prospects for the development of robotics in the Far Eastern Federal District
3) Using neural network technologies to develop a method for recognizing sea targets and a system for its implementation

SESSION A-2. Training personnel for the MariNet market:

1) Preparing sailors for work in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Seas
2) Swimming as a means of motivating cadets for professional activities
3) Digitalization in the maritime sector and maritime education

SESSION A-3 Innovative Shipbuilding:

1) Possible applications for sea-going all-terrain vehicles on air-supported caterpillar tracks
2) A trawler equipped with hydro-dynamic reception
3) Problems standardizing meteorological routing in modern electronic navigation
4) Systems of autonomous and semi-autonomous fishing processes
5) Prospects for the development of mariculture along Russia’s Far Eastern sea coast and mechanisms for implementation
6) Technologies for high-resolution mapping of the seabed based on the results of tests conducted as a part of the MariNet MPAK-3D project
7) Modern Technologies Research Centre: Elimination of Oil Spills in Icy Conditions. First Results and Development Prospects


Moderator
Denis Burov, Vice Rector for Scientific Work, Admiral Nevelskovo Maritime State University; Director, Far Eastern Subgroup of the Marinet STI Working Group


Panellists
Anatoly Azovtsev, Chair of the Vessel Theory and Structure Department, Navigation Faculty, Nevelskoi Maritime State University
Nikolay Zorchenko, Acting Rector, Far East State Technical Fisheries University
Valery Kobylyansky, Project Director in the Far East, Morinformsistema-Agat Concern
Yuriy Kulchin, Fellow and Member of the Presidium, Russian Academy of Sciences; Director, Institute of Automation and Control Processes of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Sergey Maslennikov, Head of the Laboratory of Ecology of Shelf Communities, Institute of Marine Biology, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Mikhail Mizyurkin, Director of the Industrial Fisheries Laboratory, TINRO-Center
Sergey Moninets, Dean, Environmental Safety and Shelf Development Faculty, Nevelskoi Maritime State University
Sergey Ogay, Director, International Simulator Complex, Nevelskoi Maritime State University
Valery Pyatakovich, Research Laboratory Director, Makarov Pacific Higher Naval School
Konstantin Roginsky, Director, Laboratory of Underwater Research and Testing Equipment at the Oceanography Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Yekaterina Sokolova, Development Director, Marineo
Vitaly Khovanets, Director, Information Technologies Department, Nevelskoi Maritime State University
28 July
09:00–10:15

The Shipbuilder. The Availability of Industry Personnel

FEFU, Plenary Session and Business Programme Hall (Blue Hall)
The personnel issue in the shipbuilding sector is a key one. There are several principal problems in the area: an overall personnel shortage, shortage of professionals in remote regions and in towns, curricula that are ill-suited to the requirements of potential employers. Virtually every company working on shelf projects experiences staff shortages.
Breakthrough civil technologies are very important but it is just as important to ensure that there are professionals capable of developing such technologies.
What government-level solutions are there for the personnel problems in the shipbuilding sector? How do we motivate professionals to choose the job of shipbuilder? How do we build a well-aligned system for training workers in the principal shipbuilding jobs?


Moderator
Sergey Ogay, Director, International Simulator Complex, Nevelskoi Maritime State University


Panellists
Ksenia Averina, Director of the Far Eastern Branch, HeadHunter
Elena Vokhmina, Deputy General Director for Personnel Policy, East Dockyard
Yury Zhuravel, Provost for International Activities, Nevelskoi Maritime State University
Sergey Maximov, Amur Shipbuilding Plant
Vladimir Palmov, Director, Centre Central Research Institute
28 July
09:00–10:15

Innovative Shipbuilding for Arctic Consolidation

FEFU, Conference Hall No. 1 (Middle Hall)
The Arctic region is gaining importance for global navigation. Technological development in shipbuilding and the level of ice melting are conducive to a more thorough exploration of the region as a regular route of the future. To take full advantage of the situation, we need to prepare the sector both technologically and commercially.
What areas will make the quickest transition to Arctic shipbuilding of a new type? What is the balance of relevant benefits and expenditures? Who are the best partners for cooperation as part of the process?


Moderator
Olga Surikova, Head of Far East Practice, KPMG in Russia and the CIS


Panellists
Boris Antoshin, Chief Technical Officer, Sevmash Production Association
Alexander Ryzhkov, General Director, Iceberg Central Design Bureau
Sergey Smirnov, Director, Shipbuilding and Marine Equipment Production Cluster of the Arkhangelsk Region Association
Igor Shakalo, Acting Vice President for Civilian Shipbuilding, United Shipbuilding Corporation
28 July
10:45–12:00

Upgrading and Developing the Fishing Fleet for Sustainable Yield of Bioresources

FEFU, Plenary Session and Business Programme Hall (Blue Hall)
In 2015, at the anniversary session of the UN General Assembly, 193 countries adopted 17 sustainable development goals, a programme intended to improve human life radically throughout the world by 2030. Virtually one third of the goals are in some manner related to various environmental aspects, one of them being directly related to preserving marine ecosystems. When the world’s fishing fleets are actively trying to comply with the new requirements and standards, the Russian industry should not stand aside from the process. The vessels used in the industry need to undergo major upgrades.

How do we transition to a new fishing fleet that will not damage the sustainable development of ecosystems yielding bioresources? What will the transition cost and how do we minimise the outlays? What advantages does the transition hold for Russia’s fishing fleet?


Moderator
Mikhail Nenashev, Chairman, Russian Public Movement for the Support of the Navy


Panellists
Oleg Bratukhin, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Russian Pelagic Research Company and Marine Engineering Company
Yury Kuznetsov, Professor of the Industrial Fisheries Department, Far East State Technical Fisheries University; Doctor of Technical Sciences
Sergey Nastavshev, Director, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources, Primorsky Territory Administration
Ilya Panteleyev, Director, Marketing and Sales Department, United Shipbuilding Corporation
28 July
10:45–12:00

Developing Nautical Tourism: What is the Potential for Growth?

FEFU, Conference Hall No. 1 (Middle Hall)
Nautical tourism is one of the fastest-growing global tourism areas. In 2017, there were about 26 million cruise tourists alone in the world. Russia, with its unique nature, its network of rivers and surrounding seas has, indeed, tremendous potential. In 2019, Russia will launch a new programme for developing tourism. A special place on the programme is given to developing nautical tourism.

How do we make nautical tourism attractive for investors? How do we combine the interests of business and the state in developing nautical tourism? Can Russia independently provide competitive vessels for potential tourist routes?


Moderator
Denis Kachkin, Managing Partner and Director for Infrastructure and Private–Public Partnership Practice, Kachkin and Partners


Panellists
Alexandra Maximets, General Director, Russtroyconsulting Holding Company
Tatyana Menshikova, Deputy Director, Director of the Tourism Information Resources and Tourism Safety Department, Office of State Tourism Projects and Tourism Safety
28 July
14:30–16:30

Open Session of STI MariNet Far Eastern subgroup

FEFU, Conference Hall No. 3 (Maritime Hall)
MariNet National Technology Initiative Conference (presentation of projects)

Electric Scooter on Underwater Wings

Developing Cage Culture Technology for Far Eastern Trepang Juveniles to Reach a Viable Size in Open-Water Conditions in the Sea of Japan

Artificial Reproduction and Cultivation of the Chinese Mitten Crab


Panellists
Ksenia Berdasova, Prim Hunchun Corporation
Darya Ronzina, Zvezda Vostoka