Green Solutions Centre at Digital Tech Summit 2022
This year Green Solutions Centre is attending Digital Tech Summit. The topic for the summit is: Building European Tech Resilience.
Conference, exhibition, deep tech and network event
Digital Tech Summit is part conference, part exhibition and part networking event with a broad range of keynote-speakers, sessions, debates and events.
At Digital Tech Summit research and industry join forces, when over 5,000 decision-makers, CEOs, researchers, companies, engineers, students, startups, investors, policymakers and more come together to discuss and share the “what, when, how and why” of the digital technologies and transformations.
Green solutions for Agri-food Climate Targets – a digital perspective
Hosted and organized by KU Green Solutions Centre and co-hosted by the Food & Bio Cluster on 26 October from 2 pm – 3.15 pm
There is a global and urgent need for innovative green solutions that address the climate and environmental crisis. This session will look at the role that digital technologies play to help to reduce CO2 emissions or minimize the deployment of our scarce resources and present new research and real life cases giving examples of challenges and best practice.
Introduction to the Program and to the Green Solutions Centre: Professor Svend Christensen, Head of Department, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen
“Towards net zero emissions by total resource accounting”, Fritz Henglein, Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen
“Tackling the Carbon footprint of Big Data and Machine Learning”, Raghavendra Selvan, Assistant Professor Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen
“How to use agricultural data to develop the green solutions of tomorrow”, Executive director, SEGES Digital Ivar Ravn, SEGES
“Digitalization and the Green Transition”, Claus Aage Grøn Sørensen, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aarhus University
“The legal aspects of using digital technologies”, Alexandra Andhov, Associate Professor, Department of Law, University of Copenhagen
Panel debate moderated by Svend Christensen, Head of Department, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen.
Check out the video about the event HERE!