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프로그램

2020년 11월 12일(목) l 인천 송도컨벤시아

Maritime Innovation for Safety and Environment Tackling COVID-19

날짜 프로그램
12:30-13:30 (60’) Registration
13:30-13:40 (10') Opening Ceremony
13:40-13:55 (15’) KN1 Keynote Speech 1
The Future of Maritime Industry Post COVID-19
Martin Stopford(Clarkson Research, President, UK)
COVID-19 이후 해양산업의 미래
마틴 스톱포드 사장(클락슨 리서치)

Martin Stopford

  • Affiliation
    Clarkson Research
  • Position
    President
  • Country
    UK

Biography


[Session 1] Maritime Logistics and Blockchain
Hyeong Joo Kim (Korea Blockchain Industry Promotion Association, Chairman, Korea)
해양물류와 블록체인
김형주 이사장
(한국블록체인산업진흥협회)
Chairperson

Hyeong Joo Kim

  • Affiliation
    Korea Blockchain Industry Promotion Association
  • Position
    Chairman,
  • Country
    Korea

Biography


13:55-14:20 (25’) K1-1 Hyperconnected Era, Building a Global Supply Chain with Resilient Responsiveness
Jung Eun Kim(Inha University, Professor, Korea)
초연결시대, 탄력적인 대응력을 갖춘 글로벌 공급망 구축
김정은 교수(인하대학교)

Jung Eun Kim

  • Affiliation
    Inha University
  • Position
    Professor
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Profile

Doctor of Business Administration (Financial Management Major)
- Earned D.B.A with a doctor’s thesis on: Behavioral Economics


Education

Inha University Bachelor’s Degree on Business Administration


Certification 

FRM(Financial Risk Manager)_ GARP(Global Association of Risk Professionals)


Experience

Head Manager at Inha university Blockchain center

Managing Director at Global Incheon Blockchain and ICT Initiative (GIBI) Inc

Commissioner at Incheon 4th industrial revolution committee

Advisor at Incheon blockchain policy board

14:20-14:45 (25’) K1-2 New Industries, New Logistics: The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Northern Countries
Hak Ki Kim(Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade, Research Fellow, Korea)
4차 산업혁명 시대 북방지역 국가의 혁신산업과 새로운 물류
김학기 박사(산업연구원)

Hak Ki Kim

  • Affiliation
    Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade
  • Position
    Research Fellow
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Dr. HakKi KIM is a Research Fellow of Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade(KIET). He has been studying the economy and industry of Russia and CIS countries for more than 30 years at the KIET. He has been involved in policy discussions of the Government of Korea about economic and industrial cooperation with Russia and CIS countries. He has also given a lecture on the economies of Russia and CIS countries at the university.
14:45-15:10 (25’) K1-3 STO and Shipping Finance
Sung Gon Kim(Korea Blockchain Industry Promotion Association, Director, Korea)
STO와 선박금융
김성곤 박사/정책자문위원(한국블록체인산업진흥협회)

Sung Gon Kim

  • Affiliation
    Korea Blockchain Industry Promotion Association
  • Position
    Director
  • Country
    Korea

Biography


15:10-15:30 (20’) Coffee Break
[Session 2] Maritime Risk Assessment
Kang Hyun Song (Korean Register, Head of R&D Center, Korea)
해양위험평가
송강현 선박해양연구소장
(한국선급)
Chairperson

Kang Hyun Song

  • Affiliation
    Korean Register
  • Position
    Head of R&D Center,
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

1993~1996 : Naval ship officer

1997~2012 : Researcher of Korean Register

2012~2020 : Head of Ship & Offshore Technology Center, Korean Register

2020~     : Head of R&D Center, Korean Register(Senior Vice President)

2013~2018 : Member of ISSC(International Ship Structure Strength Committee)

2008~2012 : Member of IACS CSRH Wave Loads

2011~2015 : Korea delegation of SLF/SDC, IMO
15:30-15:55 (25’) K2-1 Technical Feasibility and Hazard Analysis on Ship LNG Bunkering Operation
Chong Min Kim(Korean Register, Senior Surveyor of System Safety Research Team, Korea)
LNG벙커링 운용 선박의 기술타당성 및 위험요소 분석
김종민 책임검사원(한국선급)

Chong Min Kim

  • Affiliation
    Korean Register
  • Position
    Senior Surveyor of System Safety Research Team
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Dr. Kim got a PhD degree in Thermal & Combustion Engineering at Jeonbuk National University. Previously, he worked at the KIMM (Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials) as an expert in thermal engineering, atmospheric and greenhouse gas reduction. In 2012, he joined the KR (Korean Register). In addition, the company carried out tasks related to the application of gas fueled vessels, air pollution, and greenhouse gas reduction from ship. He is currently an expert in technology of machinery and thermal management.

15:55-16:20 (25’) K2-2 Cybersecurity Adoption Strategy in Maritime
Sang Gyoo Sim (Penta Security Systems, Chief Technology Officer, Korea)
자율운항 선박의 사이버보안 도입 전략
심상규 상무(펜타시큐리티)

Sang Gyoo Sim

  • Affiliation
    Penta Security Systems
  • Position
    Chief Technology Officer
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

[Education] 

- Feb. 2004. Ph.D in Electronics & Electrical Engineering of POSTECH (major in Information Security)

- Feb. 1998. Master in Electronics & Electrical Engineering of POSTECH (major in Information Security)

       - Feb. 1996. Bachelor in Electronics & Electrical Engineering of POSTECH(Pohang University of Science & Tech.)



[Experience] 

Oct. 2019~ Now. CSO(Chief Strategy Officer) & Co-Founder of AutoCrypt Inc.

Sept. 2019~ Now. Adjunct Professor of POSTECH(Pohang University of Science & Tech.)

Mar. 2016~ Feb. 2018. Adjunct Professor of DongDuk Wemen’s University

Mar. 2014~ Feb.2015. Adjunct Professor of SoonChunHyang University

Feb. 2012~ Now. General Director of Penta Security Systems Inc.

Feb. 2005~ Apr. 2008. Senior Engineer of Software Laboratory in Samsung Electronics

16:20-16:45 (25’) K2-3 Offshore Hydrogen Supply Chain
Seong Jong Han(KRISO, Director, Korea)
해양 수소 공급 체인
한성종 해양플랜트산업지원센터장(선박해양플랜트연구소)

Seong Jong Han

  • Affiliation
    KRISO
  • Position
    Director
  • Country
    Korea

Biography


[Education]

Bachelor : Mechanical Engineering

- Master degree : Mechanical Engineering

Doctoral completion : Systems Engineering(Requirement engineering)


[Experience]

Institute for Advanced Engineering for 4 years, Production Technology Team,

Samsung Heavy Industry for 14 years, Offshore Basic Design Team, Senior Engineer

 KRISO(Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering) for 4 years, 

   Principal Engineer, Director( Head of Offshore R&BD Center)

2020년 11월 17일(화) l 부산 아스티호텔

GHG Emission 2050 and Available Technology

날짜 프로그램
12:30-13:30 (60’) Registration
13:30-13:40 (10') Opening Ceremony
13:40-14:05 (25') KN2 Keynote Speech 2
Hydrogen Enriched LNG Technology and its Potential for GHG 2050
Jacques Dam(Eindhoven University of Technology, Professor, Netherlands)
LNG의 수소 농축 기술을 통한 GHG 2050 규제 대응 가능성
자크 댐 교수(아인트호벤 기술대학교)

Jacques Dam

  • Affiliation
    Eindhoven University of Technology
  • Position
    Professor
  • Country
    Netherlands

Biography

Jacques Dam graduated from the Technical University of Delft (TUD), the Netherlands in Applied Physics. He obtained his PhD degree in 1989 for the discovery, development and deployment of an impregnated, superconducting whole-body MRI system. Since 1989, he has a long track record in designing and developing cryogenic, cooling and vacuum systems.


He worked at the French-Dutch design team of the superconducting AGOR cyclotron, now in operation at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, the Netherlands (RUG), at Stirling cryogenics as senior consultant responsible for the design of many HTS closed sub-cooled LIN cooling systems at ESA designing and building cooling systems for the space industry, at Thales cryogenics, and at Stork Inoteq for the development of dedicated cryogenic systems for the LNG industry. 


In 2011, he became the director of science at the LNG TR&D Foundation and was appointed in 2012 as senior scientist at the Dutch Energy Valley Foundation for the development of an European LNG fuel supply chain. In 2012 he was appointed as professor at the Technical University Eindhoven, the Netherlands, TU/e Energy Technology group for the development of LNG systems over the entire upstream and downstream LNG chain. 


In 2015, he was appointed as lector Sustainable LNG Technology at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands for the development of sustainable LNG technologies and initiating collaboration programs with the Hanze University and the TU/e, thus partially closing the knowledge gap between both institutions. 


Currently, Professor Jacques Dam is working on sustainable, cryogenic fuels and fuel technology in a social-economic-technical fuel chain context, and works as consultant for AVL Graz, Austria, on alternative fuels especially on hydrogen enriched SLNG and GHG reduction technology. 

[Session 3] International Cooperation and R&D to Overcome the Maritime Challenges
Tae Hwan Joung (KRISO, Principal Researcher, Korea)
해양분야의 난제 극복을 위한 국제협력과 연구개발
정태환 책임연구원
(선박해양플랜트연구소)
Chairperson

Tae Hwan Joung

  • Affiliation
    KRISO
  • Position
    Principal Researcher,
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Jan., 2016 ~ to the present  

Head, Principal Researcher, International Maritime Strategy Research Centre, KRISO (Korea Research Institute of Ships & Ocean engineering), Dae-jeon, Korea


Nov., 2013 ~ Jan., 2016  

Senior Research Scientist, Department of Ship technology, Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK), Trondheim, Norway



Feb., 2007 ~ Aug., 2014  

Ph. D.(2), Computational Fluid Dynamics, School of Computer Science,  Engineering and Mathematics, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia


Mar., 2000 ~  Aug., 2005

Ph. D.(1), Marine structure, Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering, Chung-Nam National University, Dae-jeon, Korea


Jun., 2004 ~  Mar., 2013

Researcher, School of Computer Science, Engineering and  Mathematics, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia


Sep., 2008 ~ Aug., 2009

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan 

14:05-14:20 (15’) KN3 Keynote Speech 3
How Collaboration can Drive the Decarbonization of Shipping - The Case of the Getting the Zero Coalition
Kasper Søgaard(Global Maritime Forum, Head of Research, Denmark)
협업을 통한 해운 탈탄소화 방안 (GtZ 사례 소개)
캐스퍼 스고드 연구소장(글로벌해양포럼)

Kasper Søgaard

  • Affiliation
    Global Maritime Forum
  • Position
    Head of Research
  • Country
    Denmark

Biography

Kasper Søgaard is Head of Research at the Global Maritime Forum, an international not-for-profit foundation dedicated to shaping the future of global seaborne trade to increase sustainable long-term economic development and human wellbeing. The Global Maritime Forum is a founding partner of the Getting to Zero Coalition, which aims to make commercially zero emission deep sea vessels a reality by 2030. Before joining the Global Maritime Forum Kasper worked for the Danish government in a variety of roles including as Head of Division at the Danish Ministry of Business responsible for maritime policy and as Director of Shipping Policy at the Danish Maritime Authority.
14:20-14:45 (25’) K3-1 Development Process Satus and Trend of Unmmaned Ship
Sun Young Kim(KRISO, Principal Researcher, Korea)
무인선 개발현황 및 발전 방향
김선영 책임연구원(선박해양플랜트연구소)

Sun Young Kim

  • Affiliation
    KRISO
  • Position
    Principal Researcher
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Dr. Sun Young Kim is a Principal Researcher working for KRISO at the Department of Autonomous & Intelligent Maritime Systems Research Division. He has studied at Seoul National University in the department of Naval Architecture from 1979 to 1985 and got a master degree of engineering. He got a doctor degree from Hiroshima University, Japan in 1993, He has been working for KRISO since 1985, where he has devoted himself to establish the experimental and numerical techniques for the prediction of ship manoeuvrability. He has been also working to develop ship handling simulator, maritime safety and e-navigation system. He was a ITTC manoeuvring committee member from 2006 to 2014. He also worked for IMO to develop IMO manoeuvring standards and e-Navigation strategy implementation plan. Since 2011, he has been doing research for Unmanned Surface Vehicle. Recently, he has succeeded to develop an autonomous USV, ARAGON 3, which is able to carry out maritime surveillance and ocean survey.

14:45-15:10 (25') K3-2 Challenges in the Development of Maritime Autonomous Ships Accelerated by COVID-19
Hyung Ju Kim(University of South-Eastern Norway, Professor, Norway)
COVID-19로 가속화될 자율운항 선박개발의 당면 과제
김형주 교수(노르웨이 남동연합대학)

Hyung Ju Kim

  • Affiliation
    University of South-Eastern Norway
  • Position
    Professor
  • Country
    Norway

Biography

Employment

·         University of South-Eastern Norway (USN), Norway: January 2019 – Present

o    Associate Professor in Marine Safety and Engineering

o    Research area: safety of autonomous ships and green ships

·         Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway: May 2016 – December 2018

o    Postdoctoral research fellow in SFI SUBPRO Project - hazard analysis of subsea systems

·         SAMSUNG HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., Ltd., Korea : December 2004 – February 2012

o    Assistant Manager – Cruise and Ferry Design Team


Education

·         Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

o    PhD in Maritime Safety : March 2012 – May 2016

·         Seoul National University, South Korea

o    Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Naval Architecture : March 2009 – February 2011

o    Bachelor of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering : March 1999 - August 2003


Research Projects

·         AUTOSTRIP project, Autonomous ferry (Sundbat), High North Programme, SUBPRO project, etc. (Norway)

·         Battery propulsion car ferry project, autonomous ship safety analysis project, etc. (Korea)


15:10-15:25 (15') K3-3 Ocean Technology – Trends and Challenges in Norway and Research Activities at University of Stavanger
Mukchen Ong(University of Stavanger, Professor, Norway)
노르웨이의 해양기술 동향 및 도전과제 (스타방에르대학의 연구 활동 소개)
무크첸 옹 교수(스타방에르대학)

Mukchen Ong

  • Affiliation
    University of Stavanger
  • Position
    Professor
  • Country
    Norway

Biography

Muk Chen Ong is a Professor in Marine Technology and Marine Operations at University of Stavanger (UiS), Norway and a member of Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA). He is currently Strategic Research Area Leader for Ocean, Leader of Ocean Technology Innovation Cluster Stavanger, UiS EU Project Positioning Coordinator for Ocean Technology and Head of Marine and Subsea Technology Group at UiS. He is also a key researcher in Norwegian Research Centre for Offshore Wind Technology (NOWITECH). He has published over 140 international journal and conference papers. He is an Associate Editor of ASME Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, an Editorial Board Member of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Maritime Engineering, an Editorial Board Member of Journal of the Korean Society of Fisheries and Ocean Technology, and an Editorial Board Member of Ocean Systems Engineering (International Journal). He is also scientific committee members in International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE), International Conference on Scour and Erosion (ICSE) and Conference on Computational Mechanics (MekIT). His research interests are: Dynamic analysis of offshore wind turbines; Dynamic analysis of offshore fish cages/net; Marine lifting operations and installations; Vortex-induced vibrations; CFD with turbulence modelling; Flows around marine pipelines, wind turbine foundations, ROVs and subsea structures; internal flow in subsea piping system and valves; Scour around offshore structures; Free surface flow and wave kinematics.


15:25-15:45 (20’) Coffee Break
[Session 4] Towards GHG 2050
Yeon Tae Kim (Korean Register, Executive Vice President of Technical Division, Korea)
GHG 2050 규제대응
김연태 기술본부장
(한국선급)
Chairperson

Yeon Tae Kim

  • Affiliation
    Korean Register
  • Position
    Executive Vice President of Technical Division,
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Mr. Yeon Tae Kim is naval architect.

He acquired his bachelor degree at Ulsan university and master degree at World Maritime University in Sweden. He joined Korean Register in 1989 and worked on various assignment, ie energy efficiency, acquired his bachelor degree at Ulsan university and master degree at World Maritime University in Sweden. He joined Korean Register in 1989 and worked on various assignment, ie energy efficiency, hull structure, stability, load line, international convention, new construction survey, survey of ship in service. He is currently executive vice president in charge of technical division at KR head office.


15:45-16:00 (15’) KN4 Keynote Speech 4
GHG Trend in IMO Society
Sveinung Oftedal (IMO ISWG-GHG, Chairman, Norway)
국제해사기구 온실가스 규제 동향
스베이넝 오프테달 의장(IMO ISWG-GHG)

Sveinung Oftedal

  • Affiliation
    IMO ISWG-GHG
  • Position
    Chairman
  • Country
    Norway

Biography

Education

Master of Science in geophysics


Job career

Specialist Director in the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment with focus on international negotiations on environmental requirements for the maritime sector. He has also been working with these issues in the Norwegian Maritime Directorate and for several years been acting as Norwegian Head of Delegation to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) at the Marine Environment Protection Committee and several IMO Diplomatic Conferences.


He has been heavily involved in negotiations on the hot topics at the IMO such as Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Air Pollution and other issues addressed in MARPOL, Ship Recycling, Ballast Water Management, Antifouling Systems and other environmental issues for over two decades.

He is a key person in Norwegian green shipping policies. He has also been involved in regional cooperation in the EU, such as the ESSF, and other relevant international arenas for cooperation on green shipping.


Chairman of the IMO BLG and PPR Sub-Committee (2010 – 2019) and is currently Chairman of the IMO Working Group on Greenhouse Gas emissions, and Coordinator of the IMO/PPR Correspondence group on biofouling.

16:00-16:15 (15') K4-1 Development of a Lifecycle Evaluation Method of Alternative Eco-Friendly Fuel
Byong Ug Jeong(University of Strathclyde, Professor, UK)
친환경 대체연료의 전생애 주기 평가방법 개발
정병욱 교수(스트라스클라이드대학)

Byong Ug Jeong

  • Affiliation
    University of Strathclyde
  • Position
    Professor
  • Country
    UK

Biography

Dr Jeong is currently working as Lecturer of Marine Engineering at the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering, University of Strathclyde. Prior to the appointment, he was working at Korean Register as a marine surveyor over six and half years and worked at Hyundai Merchant Marine Co. Ltd as a sea-going marine engineer on board five merchant ships over three years. His practical experience, therefore, is wide-ranging from looking after on-board machinery to class-related work. He has been involved in R&D projects on green ship technology, environmental protection, offshore technology, new and renewable energy and risk analysis and reliability.


16:15-16:40 (25') K4-2 Policy Directions and Implications for responding to the Recent IMO Greenhouse Gas Regulations
Han Seon Park(Korea Maritime Institute, Research Fellow, Korea)
IMO 온실가스 규제대응을 위한 정책 방향과 시사점
박한선 실장(한국해양수산개발원)

Han Seon Park

  • Affiliation
    Korea Maritime Institute
  • Position
    Research Fellow
  • Country
    Korea

Biography

Dr. PARK, Han-Seon is director and research fellow of the Maritime Safety Department in Maritime Industry & Safety Division in Korea Maritime Institute (KMI) from Sep 2015. He was a former General Manager and the Head of Green Growth Office in KST (Korea Ship Safety Technology Authority) of Republic of Korea (ROK) where he has engaged as a principal ship surveyor for about 17years after working for Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd for 3years and 4months as second engineer on board.

 

He graduated from the World Maritime University (Maritime Safety Environment Administration, M.Sc.) in Sweden 2009 after the graduation of Korea Maritime and Oceans University (Marine Engineering) in 1995 and Graduate School of Korea Maritime and Oceans University (Marine Engineering) in 2001. He graduated the Graduate School of Korea Maritime and Oceans University (Ph.D., Maritime Law & Policy) in 2014.

 

He has been a member of Korean delegation to many international meetings such as IMO MEPC 46th~53th& 60th~70th, BLG 8th~9th&14th, DSC8th, IBWWG1st~4th, Diplomatic Conference of BWM, ISWG-GHG 3st~6th, MSC 98th~101st, ASS 24th, 29th~30th, Council 28th~29th, LEG 104th~106th, EEDI-WG, MBM-WG, Update-EW, since 2001. Recently he has been jointed at the COP 16th~20th of UNFCCC since 2010. Since the second IMO GHG study, he has been on the member of steering committee of the 3th IMO GHG study.

 

Dr. Park has many times engaged as a consultant and advisor of IMO capacity-building project against climate change and Climate Change Partnerships for East Asian Countries. He also carried out international cooperation projects related to capacity-building for enhancing ship safety in Algeria from 2006 to 2007, building capacities in East Asian Countries to address GHG emissions from ships by IMO-KOICA from 2012 to 2013 and capacity building for ship safety and marine environment in Indonesia from 2013 to 2015 funded by KOICA.


Dr. Park is author or co-author of some books, dissertations & articles on themes with regard to climate change, Autonomous & Digitalized Ship and has been a lecture at Korea Maritime and Ocean University and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul when it comes to climate change and green & smart ship technology as well as maritime safety and marine pollution prevention technology.