• Børge Lindberg

    Title of presentation: Green missions and technologies across

    Abstract of presentation: The success of the green transition relies heavily on a systemic development of technologies and solutions, in close cooperation and coordination between relevant players in the whole value chain. With the Green Research Strategy from September 2020, the Danish government highlights four specific green research and innovation missions that will contribute to the green transition nationally. The four missions are:
    •                        Capture and storage or use of CO2
    •                        Green fuels for transport and industry (Power-to-X, etc.)
    •                        Climate- and environment-friendly agriculture and food production
    •                        Circular economy with a focus on plastics and textiles
    The missions are implemented through Innovation Fund Denmark and the fund is in 2021 investing 700 mio. DKK in mission-driven green research and innovation partnerships, which will accelerate the development of cutting-edge solutions ranging all the way from strategic coherent research to commercialization, with an equal focus on short-, mid - and long term impact.
     

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    • Main Stage
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by University of Copenhagen in partnership with Energy Cluster Denmark and DIREC
       
      Cross-disciplinary collaborations bring machine learning and artificial intelligence to new arenas. The potential impact of AI in the domains of energy and climate is huge, from effects on energy supply and demand management, over improving the understanding how human actions are affecting the climate, to helping to reduce negative effects of greenhouse gas emissions.
       
      In this session you can learn how state-of-the art AI methods can help companies, organisations and researchers analyze, model and interpret data related to climate and energy that have previously been too challenging to tackle.  We show and discuss how AI can affect the future of energy and climate and how it could support missions for a greener future.
       
      Program:
      Introduction: “AI for climate and energy. AI tools and methods for a sustainable World” Katrine Krogh Andersen Dean, Faculty of SCIENCE, chairperson University of Copenhagen SCIENCE AI Center
      Scientific Talk: “How do you count all the trees in Africa? Developing AI techniques with NASA to monitor the global bio diversity”, Rasmus Fensholt, Professor, Dept. of Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen
      Scientific Talk: “IPCC and the current state of climate. AI in Climate Change Research”, Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen, Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, co-author of IPCC - The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
      Business Talk: “AI in the Danish energy system”, Jørgen S. Christensen, Chief Technology and Research Officer, Danish Energy
      Scientific Talk: “AI and sector coupling in the energy system.”, Jacob Østergaard, Professor, DTU Elektro, Head of PowerLab DK
      Business Talk: “AI and digital technologies in the Innovation Fund’s missions in Mission-driven green research and innovation partnerships”, Investment Officer Børge Lindberg , Innovation Fund Denmark
      Debate how will artificial intelligence will affect the future of energy and climate? And how can we push for the application of AI for a sustainable World?
       
      Session chair Christian Igel, professor, director University of Copenhagen SCIENCE AI Center
      Session coordinator: Anders Pall Skött, DIKU
      Facilitator: Christian Igel, professor, director University of Copenhagen SCIENCE AI Center
       
      AI Session 2: AI for a sustainable World - Tools for climate and energy
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