Welcome to the next TalkTogether seminar on Thursday 30 November 2023. The seminar is hosted by the Sea and maritime studies strategic profile.
The TalkTogether -seminar series addresses topical and interesting themes from the different points of view of the six strategic research and education profiles of the University of Turku. The theme of the seminar series for the academic year 2023–2024 is well-being.
The topic of the next seminar is: "Maritime horizons: Charting the future towards sustainable seas". The seminar will be organised on Thursday 30 November 2023 at 14.15–16:00, Main Building, Tauno Nurmela lecture hall, University of Turku.
Everyone interested in the topics of the seminar is welcome to join!
Maritime horizons: Charting the future towards sustainable seas
Thursday 30 November 2023 at 14:15–16:00
Tauno Nurmela lecture hall, Main Building
On-site event only
14:15 OPENING WORDS
Tommi Inkinen, Professor, Department of Geography and Geology, University of Turku
14:20 Speakers and their topics
- DIGITAL WATERS FLAGSHIP
Petteri Alho, Professor, Department of Geography and Geology, University of Turku
- GYROSCOPE: ANALYSING FUTURE PATHWAYS TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE MARINE LOGISTICS
Toni Ahlqvist, Professor, Finland Futures Research Centre, University of Turku
- MARITIME @TSE RESEARCH PLATFORM: BUSINESS RESEARCH AMONG INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO MARITIME SECTOR CHALLENGES
Jouni Saarni, Development Manager, Centre for Collaborative Research, University of Turku
Moderator of the seminar:
Elina Kasvi, Academy Research Fellow, Department of Geography and Geology, University of Turku
15:30 Networking and mingling with coffee and snacks
After the presentations, discussions will continue in the lobby with coffee and with excellent opportunities for networking.
>> registration by Tuesday 27 November
Sea and maritime studies is one of the six strategic research and education profiles of the University of Turku. It involves research and education on marine, coastal, and river environments as well as on the culture, communities, and livelihood in these areas. The research topics include natural processes and environmental changes, transport networks, safety and security questions as well as future studies, regulatory, political and business research.