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Open Bioeconomy Week
29.09.2020 klo: 09.00 - 30.09.2020 klo: 13.00
The very first international Open Bioeconomy Week will be organized on 29th and 30th September 2020 online. The week has an ambitious target to become an annual event that brings together the latest research and industrial practice in the digitalization of bioeconomy. In today’s world, one does not exist without the other.
Open Bioeconomy Week is supported by the Regional Council of Häme, with the regional enterprises and other organizations working within the bioeconomy sector. Together with HAMK, the organizing committee of the event consist of leading national research and innovation organizations, such as Aalto University, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), SYKLI Environmental School of Finland and University of Helsinki.
The conference aims to highlight the current research innovations, trends and future of bioeconomy through the lens of digitalization and data utilization. The key focus is to highlight the paradigm shift digitalization can bring in the field of bioeconomy. To accomplish this, the event aims at bringing different academics, researchers, stakeholders, policymakers, business representatives and the society to discuss and understand the role and the impact digitalization can make in the development of bioeconomy and hence towards a sustainable future.
Open Bioeconomy Week is built around the themes of utilization of digitalization in the development of bioeconomy research, innovations and business.
The subthemes will change annually. In 2020, the themes will cover how to combine bioeconomy with:
• data collection, measurements and sensors,
• data transfer and processing and
• data analysis.
The First Open Bioeconomy Week
Online 29th – 30th September 2020
• data utilization: interpretation, decision making, process monitoring and control,
• artificial intelligence and IoT, and
• open data, open interfaces and open technologies in the utilization of bioeconomy data.
This year, the themes in bioeconomy also include:
Food production chain
• Primary production and open data
• Primary production and digital tools
• Quality and process control in food production
• Digital solutions in food value chain management
• Digitalization in promoting circular economy in food production
Carbon footprint calculations
• Nature-based solutions
• Control of carbon in bioeconomy processes
• Measurements and data utilization in intensifying carbon sequestration
• Data utilization in carbon sequestration monitoring and research
• Digital solutions in water quality and quantity monitoring
• Use of open data in various kinds of water usage
• Digital tools in integrated water resources management
For more information, please visit the official event website: https://openbioeconomyweek.org/