The Research Network for Sustainable Energy at the University of Stavanger and IRIS invites all those interested to join us at Innovation Dock for an afternoon of professional presentations, informative discussions and a nice networking dinner.
We hope you have the opportunity to join us. If you have received a calendar invitation, please accept this or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Additionally, please forward the invitation to others from UiS and IRIS who may be interested in this event.
13:50 Coffee and registration
14:00 Welcome and introduction
Siri M. Kalvig & Chunming Rong
14:10 Movement towards a sustainable campus
Rolf L. Ringdahl, senior advisor, Felles ressursssenter, UiS
14:25 Perspectives on the use of solar energy
Harald N. Røstvik
Harald is an architect and professor at Bergen school of Architecture and professor II at UiS in Urban design and a specialist within city sustainability. He is considered a pioneer within the use of solar energy in northern climates.
14:45 Molekylet – Et Bærekraftig Ullandhaug
Monica Reinertsen & Linn Wetteland
Master students in Urban Design will present their master’s project: A strategic plan for a sustainable hospital and university campus 2030-2040!
15:00 Barcelona @22
Magnus Ø Meisal
Magnus from Innovation Dock will discuss their newly established partnership with Validé as well as ongoing activities with the city of Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the leading smart cities in the world and have recently started using smart traffic lights and telecare services.
15:15 Coffee break
15:45 Energy Efficient Urbanization
Alexandria Algard is an architect and President of the National Association of Norwegian Architects. Alexandra is an engaged social commentator with visionary views on how cities should be developed that are nice, attractive and energy-efficient.
16.15 Future energy marked and smart city development
Dagfinn Wåge, Head of innovation, Lyse AS
16:30 Brainstorming session
Everyone is encouraged to offer their ideas and suggestions on how a future smart campus could contribute to teaching and research activities. Additionally, ideas and suggestions that could generate more research activities in green energy are much appreciated!
The menu will consist of locally grown food and hydroponically grown vegetables.
Depending on the participant list, we will decide if the seminar will be held in English or Norwegian.