Programa de Webinars

Nuestros seminarios web son una oportunidad para descubrir aspectos específicos, desafíos y soluciones, en todos los sectores marítimos, relacionados con el biofouling y las especies acuáticas invasoras. Esto forma parte de los esfuerzos del Programa GloFouling para proporcionar una plataforma de intercambio de conocimientos y aumentar la sensibilización sobre esta importante cuestión que, si se deja intacta, puede repercutir en la biodiversidad marina y obstaculizar la sostenibilidad de nuevas iniciativas relacionadas con la Economía Azul.
 

Los webinars están abiertos a todos los participantes, de forma gratuita. Aunque el idioma principal será el inglés, algunos webinars se ofrecerán en español y francés.  Las grabaciones de los seminarios anteriores también están disponibles aquí. Para más información sobre los próximos y pasados webinars consulte más abajo.

Próximos webinars

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An update on the review of the Biofouling Guidelines

During 72nd Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) session the Member States have assigned Sub-Committee on Pollution Prevention and Response (PPR) to review the 2011 IMO Biofouling Guidelines. During this webinar an update will be provided about the progress so far.

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Registration open

Speaker: 

Teo Karayannis, Head, Marine Biosafety, International Maritime Organization (IMO)

Date: 

Thursday, 22 October 2020

Time: 

3:00 pm (BST)

Webinars anteriores

 
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Webinar closed, recording available here

Risk of dissemination of the nonindigenous Orange cup coral from ship hulls and oil/gas platforms in the South West Atlantic

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Risk of dissemination of the nonindigenous Orange cup coral from ship hulls and oil/gas platforms in the South West Atlantic

Time: 

3:00 pm (BST)

Date: 

Thursday, 10 September 2020

Speaker: 

Ricardo Coutinho, Senior Research Scientist, IEAPM-Brazilian Navy

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Ecological engineering of marine infrastructure for biosecurity

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Presenting the results of a literature review and a large scale field experiment on the factors that influence the settlement of invasive aquatic species.

Time: 

9:00 am (BST)

Date: 

Thursday, 20 August 2020

Speaker: 

Nina Schaefer, Research Associate, Sydney Institute of Marine Science

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Effect of biofouling on ship performance and energy efficiency

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The webinar will analyse the questions of “How might the roughness of biofouling and fouling-control coatings be related to full-scale ship resistance and powering?” It will showcase experimental and numerical methods with future directions.

Time: 

2:00 pm (BST)

Date: 

Wednesday, 22 July 2020

Speaker: 

Yigit Kemal Demirel, Senior Lecturer, University of Strathclyde

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Global Industry Alliance (GIA) for Marine Biosafety

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The webinar will explain the concept of the GIA, what benefits can be derived from its activities and how can private sector companies join this initiative.

Time: 

5:00 pm (BST)

Date: 

Thursday, 2 July 2020

Speaker: 

GloFouling Partnerships Project Technical Manager (Lilia Khodjet El Khil) and GIA members (ECOsubsea and Sonihull)

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Global Industry Alliance (GIA) for Marine Biosafety

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The webinar will explain the concept of the GIA, what benefits can be derived from its activities and how can private sector companies join this initiative.

Time: 

9:00 am (BST)

Date: 

Monday, 22 June 2020

Speaker: 

GloFouling Partnerships Project Technical Manager (Lilia Khodjet El Khil) and GIA members (CleanSubSea and HullWiper)

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Vessel-Check: an aquatic biosecurity risk assessment tool

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The Vessel-Check portal provides an indicative risk assessment for a vessel, based on its management practices to mitigate the transfer of IAS.

Time: 

10:00 am (BST)

Date: 

Wednesday, 10 June 2020

Speaker: 

Dave Abdo, Senior Scientist - Aquatic Pest Biosecurity, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Government of Western Australia

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Managing corrosion and biofouling of the offshore monopile supports for wind turbines

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Research on a new concept for offshore wind monopile design that also aims at enhancing local marine habitats

Time: 

3:00 pm (BST)

Date: 

Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Speaker: 

Geoffrey Swain, Director, Center for Corrosion and Biofouling Control, Florida Institute of Technology

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Lessons learned through implementing and enforcing California’s biofouling management regulations

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This webinar will highlight the lessons learned from the use of reporting forms and vessel inspections carried out by California over the past 3 years.

Time: 

5:00 pm (BST)

Date: 

Thursday, 23 April 2020

Speaker: 

Chris Scianni, Senior Environmental Scientist, Marine Invasive Species Program, California State Lands Commission

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Seminario terminado, grabación disponible aquí

Normativa para la gestión de bioincrustaciones marinas. La experiencia del Estado de California

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En este seminario web se destacarán las lecciones aprendidas del uso de formularios de notificación e inspecciones de buques llevadas a cabo por California durante los últimos 3 años.

Time: 

6:00 pm (BST)

Date: 

Martes, 21 de Abril de 2020

Speaker: 

Lina Ceballos-Osuna, Programa de Especies Marinas Invasoras, California State Lands Commission

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Monitoring biofouling in the offshore renewable energy industry

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Global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is increasing the deployment of new technologies and structures to generate electricity form ocean resources such as tides and waves.

Time: 

2:00 pm (GMT)

Date: 

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Speaker: 

Andrew Want, Assistant Professor, Heriot-Watt University

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Webinar closed, recording available here

The role of biofouling in recreational sailing, yachting and marinas as a pathway for non-indigenous species

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Biofouling on recreational boats is a major pathway for the introduction of non-indigenous species with a potential to becoming invasive.

Time: 

10:00 am (GMT)

Date: 

Thursday, 20 February 2020

Speaker: 

Agnese Marchini, Researcher, Universita di Pavia

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Webinar closed, recording available here

Impacts of biofouling in marine aquaculture

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An introduction to the main obstacles for efficient and sustainable growth presented by biofouling in the marine aquaculture industry.

Time: 

9:00 am (GMT)

Date: 

Thursday, 30 January 2020

Speaker: 

Nina Bloecher, Senior Research Scientist, SINTEF

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