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Program

Monday 26.09.2022

Time Program Point Speaker Title
10:00 Eröffnung Volker Wohlgemuth, Spokesman of the Environmental Informatics Committee GI  
    Christine Regitz, President GI  
10:15 Keynote I Michael Braungart, Leuphana University, Germany  
11:00 Coffee Break    
11:30 Main Track: Climate Action Jan Brieser, Department of Informatics, University of Zurich, Switzerland Opportunities of 5G mobile technology for climate protection in Switzerland
  Carolin Johannsen, State Office of Lower Saxony for Geoinformation and Surveying, Oldenburg, Germany A digital tool for urban adaptation to climate change and the process of making cities resilient
  Simeon Wetzel, University of Dresden, Germany Development of a framework for decision support in the context of climate adaptation
11:30 Special Track: Circular Economy and Industrial Symbiosys Amna Ramzy, Faculty of Engineering and Materials Science – German University in Cairo, Egypt Cradle-to-gate Life Cycle Assessment of Bottle-to-bottle recycling plant: Case Study
    Mireia Roura, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain Property rights in servitisation: a practical assessment with reused computers
    Moritz Schroth, Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging, Dresden, Germany Optimization paper production through digitalization by developing an assistance system for machine operators including quality forecast: a concept
13:00 Lunch Break    
14:15 Keynote II Jens Gröger, Öko- Institut, Berlin, Germany Main challenges for information technology to become more sustainable
15:00 Main Track: Sustainable Communities Toshihiro Osaragi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan Commuters' Expected Utility Obtained in Decision Making on Residential Location Selection
    Moritz Gieza, Pforzheim University of Apllied Sciences, Pforzheim, Germany Digital Mobility Services for Communities: Flexible boarding points for campus ridesharing
15:00 Special Track: Green Coding I Achim Guldner, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Germany Measuring and Assessing the Resource- and Energy Efficiency of Artificial Intelligence of Things Devices and Algorithms
    Dennis Junger, HTW Berlin, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany Conception and test of a measuring station for the analysis of the resource and energy consumption of material flow-oriented environmental management information systems (EMIS)
15:00 Special Track: Artificial Intelligence Applications I Kostas Karatzas, Environmental Informatics Research Group, School of Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece Remote sensing data analysis via machine learning for land use estimation in the Greater Thessaloniki Area, Greece
    Denis Hepp,Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Gütersloh, Germany Detection of snow-coverage on PV-modules with images based on CNN-techniques
16:00 Coffee Break    
16:30 Main Track: Data and Measurements Kostas Karatzas, Environmental Informatics Research Group, School of Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece Analysis and improvement of two low-cost air quality sensor measurements’ uncertainty
    Friedhelm Hosenfeld, DigSyLand - Institute for Digital System Analysis & Landscape Diagnosis, Husby, Germany Improving Data Quality of Programme of Measures for the Water Framework Directive in Saxony
    Victoria Pauw, Leibnitz Supercomputing Centre, Garching, Germany Cloud-based Processing of data from Non-Target-Analysis for Tracking Micropollutants in Surface Water
16:30 Special Track: Green Coding II Patricia Lago, Architecting for Sustainability, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands Architecting for Sustainability
    Kira Obergöker, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Germany Analysis and evaluation of mobile apps with regard to resource efficiency and data volumes - Methodologies and tools
    Florian Kleinert, Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany Energy Efficiency in Web Development Investigation of the Power Consumption of a Web Application with Different Load Distribution
18:00 Closing    
19:30 EnviroInfo Conference Dinner Restaurant Altes Mädchen  

Tuesday 27.09.2022

Time Program Point Speaker Title
09:00 Keynote III Norbert Conrad, High Performance Computing Centre of the University of Stuttgart, Germany Environmental Management Systems for Data Centres
09:45 Main Track: Disaster Risk Reduction Max Elfgen, HTW Berlin, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany Comprehensive Drone System for Deployment in Disaster Scenarios with Focus on Forest Fire Fighting
    Katharina Haupenthal, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Germany Smart Citizen Science in pluvial flood disaster risk reduction: Building a Smart Application as one tool for local drain path identification
    Klaus Greve, Center for Remote Sensing of Land Surface, University of Bonn, Germany Evolution of Disaster Spatial Risk Assessments: a Bibliometric Analysis
09:45 Special Track: Green Data Centres Jens Gröger, Öko- Institut, Berlin, Germany Environmental Footprint of Data Centers and Cloud-Services
    Nils Bayer, University of Stuttgart, Institute for Building Energetics, Thermotechnology and Energy Storage, Stuttgart, Germany Transient numerical simulation for optimization of a water-cooled high-performance computing center with dynamic cooling circuit temperatures
11:15 Coffee Break    
11:30 Main Track: Methods and Tools Désirée Hilbring, Fraunhofer IOSB, Karlsruhe, Germany OData - Usage of a REST Based API Standard in Web based Environmental Information Systems
    Iwer Petersen, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany Towards extended-reality soundwalks as noise assessment tool
    Ana María Cintora, Prehospital Emergencies Medical Service, Madrid, Spain Medical First Responder Training using a Mixed Reality Approach featuring haptic feedback for enhanced realism. MED1stMR
11:30 Special Track: Artificial Intelligence Applications II Peter Knebel, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld, Germany An Artificial Intelligence of Things based Method for Early Detection of Bark Beetle Infested Trees
    Sophie Bader, Capgemini Germany, Frankfurt, Germany Ocean data and AI for species conservation
    Jan-Hendrik Witte, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany Using Deep Learning for automated birth detection during farrowing
13:00 Lunch Break    
14:30 Main Track: Sustainable Communities Jörg Bremer, University of Oldenburg, Energy Informatics, Germany Information Disclosure by Decentralized Coordination in Virtual Power Plants and District Energy Systems
    Johannes Schering, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany Reallabor-Forschungsprojekt „5G Smart Country“ – Einsatz von 5G-Technologie in der Landwirtschaft am Beispiel der teilflächenspezifischen Düngung
    Heiko Thimm, Pforzheim University of Apllied Sciences, Pforzheim, Germany Relation Extraction from Environmental Law Text Using Natural Language Understanding
14:30 Special Track: Artificial Intelligence Applications III Ditsuhi Iskandaryan, Institute of New Imaging Technologies (INIT), Universitat Jaume I, Castell´o de la Plana, Spain Spatiotemporal prediction of nitrogen dioxide based on graph neural networks
    Martina Willenbacher, HTW Berlin, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany Neural Networks For Energy Optimization Of Production Processes In Small And Medium Sized Enterprises
    Fenja Schwark, OFFIS Institute for Information Technology, Oldenburg, Germany The application of image recognition methods to improve the performance of waste-to-energy plants
14:30 Special Track: Sustainable Mobility Sebastian Frers, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany Carbon Travel Budgets (CTB): An alternative approach to reduce corporate travel emissions
    Sarankumar Haridas, University of Applied Sciences, Bremerhaven, Bremerhaven Germany R3 – Resilient, Regional, Retail: Implementation of SusCRM Approach within a Local Retail Platform
    Ute Kühne, University of Applied Sciences, Bremerhaven, Bremerhaven Germany Hydrogen Technology Business Process Management Modeling: Standardization and digitization of processes within the hydrogen infrastructure
    Moid Riaz Bhatti, University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany BITS: A Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) supported approach to assess traffic safety for cyclists at intersections in the Netherlands
16:00 Closing and Coffee Break    
17:00 Meeting of the Technical Committee