Program

Thursday, 19. May 2022

07:00 p.m. Evening Event
Kielseng 13, 24937 Flensburg
Registration required!

Friday, 20. May 2022

08:00 a.m. Registration
09:00 a.m. Welcome
Dr. Christoph Jansen Präsident der Hochschule Flensburg
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Thiemke

Lecture group 1: Optimization in ship technology

Chairman: Rasmus Brandt

09:15 a.m. Decarbonisation target with optimized propulsion
Elis Boletis, Director
Wärtsilä Propulsion and Transmission
09:45 a.m. Erste Betriebserfahrungen zur Bleed-Off-Treatment-Unit des Forschungs-Scrubbers der Hochschule Flensburg
Dennis Fischer, M.Eng.
Boll & Kirch
10:15 a.m. Coffee break
10:40 a.m. Kess: Kompakte und effiziente Abgasnachbehandlung zur Minimierung von Stickoxiden und Schallemissionen
Daniela Backhaus
Lürssen
11:10 a.m. From engine analytics to fleet performance software Digitalization in the marine industry
Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Heinrich, Manager Partnership - DigitalSolutiond
Olaf Stolp, Manager Customer Support
ABB
11:40 a.m. Lunch break
Inspection of the ship engine simulator of the HS Flensburg

Lecture group 2: Engine technology

Chairman: Prof. Dr. Rom Rabe

01:30 p.m. Wärtsilä Two-Stroke Future Fuels Conversion platform
Stam Achillas, Head of Business Development and Sales, 2-stroke Fuel Conversions
Wärtsilä 2-Stroke, Frauenfeld, Schweiz
02:00 p.m. Alternative Antriebssystemefür mobile Arbeitsmaschinen in der Hafenlogistik
Dr.-Ing. Gerd Töpfer, Koordinator Vorentwicklung
Deutz
02:30 p.m. Field study for validation of wear pairing valve spindle / seat ring through 32.000 operating hours
Jan-Peter Edelmann, Team Leader Design & Work Planning, Research & Development
Märkisches Werk GmbH und Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engine and Turbocharger Ltd.
03:00 p.m. Coffee break

Lecture group 3: Fuels

Chairman: Prof. Dr. Peter Boy

03:20 p.m. Paraffinische Kraftstoffe in der Schifffahrt - Erfahrungen & Ausblick
Klaus Schlame
Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH
03:50 p.m. Studies on combustion of current and future marine fuels (Online)
Prof. Dr. Takasaki
Kyushu University, Japan
04:20 p.m. Schlusswort
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Thiemke