Program

Smolt production in the future - Fifth Conference on Recirculating aquaculture
Sunndalsøra 23rd – 24th October  2018
Language: Norwegi
an, and professional translation to English 


PROGRAM

Sunndalsøra 23rd - 24th October 2018

 

23rd October 2018

09:00 -

Registration and coffee

09:45

Departure from Molde, Årø Airport to Sunndalsøra

09:45

Departure from conference venue to Nofima

10:00-11:00

Tour of Nofima Centre for Recirculation in Aquacuture (for registered participants)

11:00-11:10

Departure from Nofima to conference venue

11:00-12:00

Lunch at the culture house and Cafe Trædalstuene

Opening session (Hovshall, Sunndal Kulturhus)

12:00-12:05

Bente Torstensen

Aquaculture Division Director, Nofima

Welcome

12:05-12:25

Roy Angelvik

State Secretary, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

Opening of the Conference

Session 1: Future production in closed containment systems

Keynote speakers:

12:30-12:50

Frode Mathisen (keynote industri)

Director Freshwater Production I Grieg Seafood BC

Where do we go from here? Post-smolt production in closed containment systems

12:50-13:10

Steve Summerfelt (keynote R&D)

Chief Science Officer, Superior Fresh LLC

Technology development in RAS: Focus on tank hydraulics

13:10-13:30

Coffee break in the exhibition area

Invited speakers:

13:30-13:45

Jon Eide Pettersen

Advisor, The aquaculture studies section, The aquaculture and coastal management department, Directorate of Fisheries

New regulations for land-based aquaculture facilities - importance for future smolt production

13.45-14:00

Åsa Maria Espmark

Senior researcher Nofima, Center Director CtrlAQUA SFI

Increasing knowledge on closed containment systems for production of Atlantic salmon

14:00-14:15

Hans Bjelland

Research Manager, Seafood Technology department, SINTEF Ocean AS, Center Director EXPOSED SFI

What awaits future smolt in the sea?

14:15-14:30

Trond W. Rosten

Group Manager Freshwater and Closed

Production Technology, Marine Harvest ASA

Marine Harvest’s production in closed and semi-closed containment systems: opportunities and challenges

14:30-14:45

Carl Ivar Holmen

CEO, Salmofarms AS

Grow-out production of Atlantic salmon on land in Norway

14.45-15:00

Alexander Aukner

DNB Markets, Equity Research

Future of land-based farming locally and globally

15:00-15:45

Coffee break in the exhibition area

Session 2: Experiences from post-smolt production

15:45-16:00

Klemet Steen

Manager for juvenile production and RAS, Lerøy Seafood Group

Bottlenecks during production of postsmolt in RAS

16:00-16:15

Trine Ytrestøyl

Senior researcher, Nofima

Protocol for production of post-smolt i RAS

16:15-16:30

Per Bovbjerg Pedersen

Head of Section for Aquaculture, DTU AQUA

Feed in RAS for Atlantic salmon: important aspects for water quality

16:30-16:45

Sigurd Handeland

Senior researcher, Norce

Post-smolt production in semi-closed containment systems

16:45-17:00

Per Gunnar Kvenseth

Manager, Smøla Klekkeri og Settefisk AS

Smolt of post-smolt production in closed containment systems at Smøla

17:00-17:15

Arndt von Danwitz

Manager, Danish Salmon

Land-based production of Atlantic salmon: advantages and challenges

Evening program:

17:15

Welcome drink

19:30

Conference dinner

23:15

Departure to Trædal Hotel, Phillipshaugen Lodge, Skifer Hotel Oppdal, Eidsvåg, Angvik Gamle Handelssted, Solhøgda Leirsted

24th October 2018

07:15

Departure Skifer Hotel, Oppdal

07:15

Departure Angvik Gamle Handelssted

07:40

Departure Eidsvåg Bed and Breakfast

07:50

Departure from Phillipshaugen Lodge

07:50

Departure from Solhøgda Leirsted

08:10

Departure from Trædal Hotell

08:00

Coffee at conference venue

Session 3: Innovations in RAS for post-smolt

In this session all speakers will give presentation with title: Design and operation of brackish/seawater RAS for Atlantic salmon post-smolt”

08:30-08:40

Jacob Bregnballe

Sales Director, Land-based division, AKVA Group

 

08:40-08:50

Andreas L. Brunstad

Design and Development Manager Aquaculture, Krüger Kaldnes AS

 

08:50-09:00

Marius Hægh

Director of Sales and Technology, Billund Aqua Norway

 

09:00-09:10

Kari Attramadal

Head of R&D

 

09:10-09:20

Astrid Buran Holan

Senior adviser, AquaOptima

 

09:20-10:00 Coffee break in the exhibition area

Sesjon 4: Health and welfare of post-smolts

10:00-10:15

Aud Skrudland

Special inspector, Norwegian Food Safety Authority

Challenges for welfare of Atlantic salmon post-smolt during land-based production

10:15-10:30

Arve Nilsen

Researcher, Norwegian Veterinary Institute

Performance and health status of Atlantic salmon in semi-closed containment system

10:30-10:45

Jelena Kolarevic

Researcher, Nofima

How do we document welfare in close-containment systems?

10:45-11:00

Chris Good

Director of Aquatic Veterinary Research, Freshwater Institute

The most common diseases in Atlantic salmon produced in RAS

11:00-11:15

Christian Karlsen

Researcher, Nofima

The importance of good skin health in Atlantic salmon post-smolt

11:15-11:30

Tom Ole Nilsen

Senior researcher, Norce

How does CO2 affects post-smolt in brackish RAS?

11:30-11:45

Gerd Marit Berge

Senior researcher, Nofima

The importance of nutrition on barrier function in Atlantic salmon post-smolt in RAS

11:45- 12:45 Lunch at the culture house and Cafe Trædalstuene

Session 5: RAS management and water quality

12:45-13:00

Lars-Flemming Pedersen

Senior researcher, DTU AQUA

Chemical water treatment strategies in RAS: options, precautions and perspectives

13:00-13:15

Sharada Navada

Industrial PhD student, CtrlAQUA

Effect of change in water salinity on nitrification in MBBR

13:15-13:30

Gustav Folkestad

Manager, Sævareid Fiskeanlegg

Are we winning the battle with sludge?

13:30-13:45

Christoffer Eriksson

Operations Manager, VARD Aqua Sunndal

Biomass measurements with AkvaVision in closed containment systems

13:45-14:00

Gerrit Timmerhaus

Researcher, Nofima

Optimal water velocity for Atlantic salmon post-smolt in RAS

14:00-14:15

 

Kevin Stiller

Researcher, Nofima

Use of ozone during production of Atlantic salmon post-smolt in brackish water

14:15-14:30

Øyvind Mikkelsen

Professor, Department of Chemistry, NTNU

How to improve reliability of sensor data from water quality monitoring in CCS/S-CCS

14:30-14:40

Concluding remarks

15:00

Departure to Molde Airport, Årø

15:00-15:10

Departure to Nofima

15:10- 17:45

“Q&A with CtrlAQUA” for registered participants

 

Organizing Committee for Smolt Production in the Future: Fifth Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture:

Anne Gulla Hagen

(Project Leader, Sunndal Næringsselskap)

Per Helge Malvik

(Sunndal Næringsselskap)

Mette Sæter Ormset

(Sunndal Næringsselskap)

Ninni Innvik

(Sunndal Næringsselskap)

Jelena Kolarevic

(Nofima)

Åsa Maria Espmark

(Nofima)

Ingrid Lein

(Nofima)

Iren Ness

(Nofima)

Bård Gannestad

(Nofima)

 

For practical questions about the conference, please contact:

Anne Gulla Hagen (Sunndal Næringsselskap)

 Phone: 90520521, or E-mail: anne@suns.no

 

Questions regarding technical content can be directed to:

Jelena Kolarevic (Nofima, responsible for the conference program)

Phone: 9097335, or E-mail: jelena.kolarevic@nofima.no

Smolt production in the future

Fifth Conference on Recirculating aquaculture at Sunndalsøra 23rd – 24th October 2018

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