ODF Sweden's Webinar Series

ODF Sweden endeavors to turn ocean data into innovation opportunities for the digital blue economy. We have brought people from various domains to create data-driven innovations. You can read more about ODF Sweden’s projects here.

In the ODF Sweden’s Webinar Series, we have invited the following speakers, as listed below. We meet on Zoom and try to wrap up within one hour.  Please connect through button below:

12-13 noon, June 21, 2022

Meeting ID: 592 916 7010.

  • Autumn, 2022, [Date tbd]
  • Monitoring mobile marine invaders with remote underwater video and citizen science
  • Leo Green, PhD, Researcher in Evolutionary Ecology.
  • 21 June, 2022, 12 – 13 noon
  • Importance of Contextualizing Data in Event Format for AI Development
  • Mattias Larsson – Chief Product Officer, MARANICS
  • 12 April, 2022, 11 am
  • Opening up marine science
  • Uta Wehn is the 2021-2022 Adlerbert Visiting Professor on Marine Citizen Science for sustainable development at University of Gothenburg and Associate Professor of Water Innovation Studies at IHE Delft in the Netherlands.
  • Feb 1, 2022, 11 am
  • Using Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Wildlife Conservation
  • Victor Anton, Founder and CEO.
  • Wildlife.ai – Support grassroots wildlife conservation using machine learning
  • A blog post on this webinar

2021:

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  • December 1, 2021, 12 pm
  • Mafalda de Freitas, Project Manager of the PELADRONE project and CEO of Peniche Ocean Watch.
  • PELADRONE – Digitally transforming Portuguese SME fisheries and coastal communities.
  • A blog post on this webinar.
  • May 20, 2021, 1 pm
  • Alex Alcocer, Oslo Metropolitan University
  • Miniature underwater gliders with autonomous deployment and recovery capabilities
  • The webinar covered work in progress, the  presenter has requested that the recording is not published.

  • Feb 25th, 2021, 12 pm
  • Thomas Mennerdahl and Sarah Alkhateeb, MMT Sweden AB:
  • Deep learning to assist in reporting of subsea pipeline inspection
  • The webinar covered work in progress, the presenter has requested that the recording is not published.