After-Work-Meetings downloads

After-Work-Meetings


 

November 12, 2018 - arranged by House of Energy

The 8th after-work-meeting of the PhD project will be conducted at the Port of Aalborg on November 12, 2018.
View a copy of the invitation: Here
View a copy of the save the date: Here
Presentation by House of Energy: Here
Presentation by Port of Aalborg: Here
Presentation by PhD Thomas Poulsen: Here


March 29, 2017 - arranged by DHL.

The 7th gå-hjem / ”go-home” after work meeting of the PhD project will be conducted at Comwell Conference Center Copenhagen on March 29, 2017.
View a copy of the the invitation / program: Here 
View a copy of the save the date: Here
> Presentation by DHL - Reference group meeting march 29Here 
> Presentation by Thomas Poulsen PhD. Fellow from Aalborg University - Wind energy supply chains and E2E logistics: Here 
 
 

August 24, 2016 - arranged by Danish Shipowners' Association.

The 6th gå-hjem / ”go-home” after work meeting of the PhD project was conducted at Danish Shipowners' Association in Copenhagen on August 24, 2016.
View a copy of the invitation: Here 
> Presentation by Danish Shipowners Association - Market updateHere 
> Presentation by DONG Energy Wind Power - Offshore wind supply chain managementHere 
> Presentation by Thomas Poulsen PhD. Fellow from Aalborg University - Maratime logistics: possible impact on levelized cost of energy reductions for offshore windHere 
 

March 9, 2016 - arranged by Port of Esbjerg.

The 5th gå-hjem / ”go-home” after work meeting of the PhD project was conducted at the Port of Esbjerg’s premises on March 9, 2016.
View a copy of the save the date: Here  
Presentation by Esbjerg Havn - Welcome at the Port of Esbjerg: Here  
Presentation by Thomas Poulsen from Aalborg Univerisity Copenhagen - Offshore wind operations, maintenance & repairs shipping/logistics perspective: Here



September 2, 2015 - arranged by Siemens, Brande.

This gå-hjem meeting will discuss innovation in the logistics chain. We will look at how design of the wind turbine has a huge impact on logistics and shipping, especially for offshore wind. As the wind turbines get exponentially bigger, the shipping and logistics industry needs to innovate to keep up with bigger dimensions and heavier weights.
View a copy of the invitation here: Here  
> Presentation by Thomas Poulsen from Aalborg Univerisity Copenhagen - Logistics innovation in the global wind industry with focus on offshore wind: Here
> Presentation by Siemens - Siemens Wind Power and Renewables Division: Here
> Presentation by Henning Stenfeldt Riddersholm - Logistics @ Offshore Transport of .0 and 7.0 MW: Here
 

March 17, 2015 - arranged by Per Aarsleff, Copenhagen.

The role of EPC companies within offshore wind shipping and logistics Past, present and future 
View a copy of the invitation here: Here 
First presentation by Per Aarsleff, Copenhagen:  Here
> Last presentation by Thomas Poulsen from Aalborg Univerisity Copenhagen - AAU on Business Models: Here

 

September 2, 2014 - arranged by offshoreenergy.dk, Esbjerg.

Theme: The role of small- to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in offshore wind
> View a copy of the invitation here: Here
> Opening presentation from Morten Basse Jensen, offshoreenergy.dk - OEDK Opening: Here
> First presentation by Jacob Kjærgaard, Blue Water Shipping: Here
> Last presentation by Thomas Poulsen from Aalborg Univerisity Copenhagen - AAU on Business Models: Here

 

March 20, 2015 - arranged by Dong Energy, Gentofte.

Theme: Challenges in the offshore wind supply chain with special focus on foundations 
> View a copy of the invitation here: Here
> Opening presentation from Christina Aabo, DONG Energy: Here
> Last presentation by Thomas Poulsen from Aalborg University Copenhagen - Offshore wind industry general shipping and logistics challenges: Here
> First presentation by Klaasjaap Buijs from DONG Energy about foundations - Foundation installation challenges: Here