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EUNICoast on–line conference

Friday, September 27th, 2024

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Dimitri Lefebvre – ULHN
Program Committee
Claudia Crosio – UNISS
Sandrine Danger – ULHN
Marta Villalba Lázaro – UIB
  1. Domain 1: Identities, Local Knowledge, and Cultural Heritage in Islands & Coastal Communities
  2. Domain 2: Blue Circular Economy, Port Logistics, and Sustainable Blue Tourism
  3. Domain 3: Governance, Planning, Management, and Monitoring of Islands and Coastal Communities
  4. Domain 4: Health, Biodiversity Protection, Nature-based Solutions, and Sustainable Exploration of Coastal/Marine Resources
  5. Domain 5: Engineered and Data-driven Solutions for Coastal Infrastructures, Marine Renewable Energy, Marine Safety, and Navigation Systems
September 27th 2024
13:00-13:30 Welcome — Presentation of EUNICoast
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 1
  3. Identity and local knowledge
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 2
  3. Logistics and sustainable blue tourism
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 3
  3. Governance, planning and management
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 3
  3. Monitoring, sustainability and climate changes
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 4
  3. Health, risks and prevention
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 4
  3. Biodiversity protection and nature-based solutions
  1. 13:30-15:30
  2. Domain 5
  3. Data-driven solutions and renewable energy
15:30-16:00 Break
  1. 16:00-18:00
  2. Domain 1
  3. Cultural heritage
  1. 16:00-18:00
  2. Domain 2
  3. Blue circular economy
  1. 16:00-18:00
  2. Domain 3
  3. Planning, management and monitoring
  1. 16:00-18:00
  2. Domain 4
  3. Biodiversity, coastal and marine resources
  1. 16:00-18:00
  2. Domain 4
  3. Biodiversity and management of marine resources
  1. 16:00-18:00
  2. Domain 5 & 4
  3. Biodiversity, computer and engineering sciences
18:00-18:30 Conclusion

Domain 1 – 13:30-15:30

Identity and local knowledge

Martina Gaglioti - EMUNI
Blue education as a driver for local ecological knowledge empowerment
Magda Gonçalves - UAc
The Identity and Distinctiveness of the Classified Sites: The case of the Azores Archipelago
Martinha Martins - UAc
Azorean whaling. The identity and cultural heritage of whaling on the islands of Terceira, Graciosa and S. Jorge
Daniel Albero - UIB
The Human Dimensions of the Sea : a Teaching Course on the Social Constructions of the Maritime World
Daniel Albero, Bernat Oliver - UIB
Patrimonialization of Maritime Culture: A Teaching Proposal
Giampiero Branca - UNISS
Living Labs in Islands and Coastal Communities: a community-based approach for innovative socio-cultural and ecological systems governance
Romina Deriu - UNISS
Promoting Community For a Sustainable Development in Coastal Communities

Domain 1 – 16:00-18:00

Cultural heritage

Susana Goulart Costa - UAc
Challenges of Island Heritage: Azorean Museums and Identity
Pilar Damião de Medeiros, Daniela Soares, Leonor Sampaio da Silva, Isabel Soares de Albergaria - UAc
Mapping the Azorean Islands and Unlocking the Innovative Potential of Cultural and Creative Industries for Sustainable Tourism and Community Development
Diana Borràs Rhodes - UIB
Sea food and cultural reproduction of gastronomic intangible heritage. A case study in Mallorca
Antonello Monsù Scolaro - UNISS
Environmental sustainability and circularity of resources
Andrea Vargiu - UNISS
Community development and the transformative mission of universities
Anna Depalmas - UNISS
Relations between Sardinia and the other islands of the central-western Mediterranean during the Bronze and Iron Ages
Susana Serpa Silva - UAc
TASTE project - Taste Azores Sustainable Tourism Experiences

Domain 2 – 13:30-15:30

Logistics and sustainable blue tourism

Tolo Deya - UIB
Water Consumption and Tourism Development
Andrea Zita Botelho - UAc
Site evaluation of coastal-marine-based tourism activities in the Azores
Brunella Brundu, Stefano Carboni - UNISS
The Sustainable and Blue Yachting
Christophe Duhamel, Eric Sanlaville, Ibrahima Diarassouba, Sophie Michel Loyal - ULHN
From seaside to landside: optimizing the port operations
Ivan Murray - UIB
Geography of Touristified territories
Monika Birkle - HA
Light in the Dark - Increasing Resilience in Rural and Coastal Tourism by Developing Off-Season Experiences
Nebojša Stojči - UNIDU
Assessment of tourism carrying capacity in world heritage coastal destinations: The case of Dubrovnik
Valter Suban - EMUNI
Waste Collection in the small ports

Domain 2 – 16:00-18:00

Blue circular economy

Milen Baltov, Atanas Luizov - BFU
Circular economy dimensions of some Blue Economy sectors
Katarzyna Cheba - ZUT
Mapping of the value chains for a blue circular economy
Emiliana Silva - UAc
Overview of the Blue Economy in the Azores and Action Plans “Economy, management, environment"
Werner Gronau - HOST
Insight on recent international departmental projects relevant to the respected fields
Gianfranco Atzeni, Marco Vannini - UNISS
An economic study of the cormorant-fishing conflict in the coastal community of Cabras
Mattias Eriksson - SETUR
Sustainable Flow of goods and decreased CO2 emissions of transportation
Bill Vassiliadis - UPATRAS
Data Analytics in the Blue Economy: Approaches and Application

Domain 3 – 13:30-15:30

Governance, planning and management

Lilian Loubet, Eric Sanlaville - ULHN
Modelling the governance of European medium-sized port-cities
Bianca Biagi - UNISS
Tourism and the city, the impact on residents' quality of life
Miguel Carranza Guasch - UIB
Demographic pressure in island territories, Comparative Analysis of Island Region Autonomy
Helena Calado - UAc
Maritime Spatial Planning Series of actions ranging from Education to Participation on European Projects to support the Azores Regional Government on Maritime Spatial Planning process
Olavson Rógvi - SETUR
Case study - Robust governance Faroese COVID-19 , how did temporality play a part in robust decision-making?
Paulo Fontes - UAc
Challenges in the governance of the seas and their communities. The case of the Azores
Macia Blazquez - UIB
Territorial Planning and Management
Giovanni Maria Soro - UNISS
Application of the sustainability measures in the healthcare System

Domain 3 – 13:30-15:30

Monitoring, sustainability and climate changes

Manuela Parente - UAc
DNA Metabarcoding for Comprehensive Detection and Monitoring of Non-Indigenous Marine Invertebrates in Recreational Marinas
Ana Costa - UAc
Monitoring Marine NIS in the Azores, lessons learned
Inês Martins - UAc
Monitoring contaminants in commercial seafood species from the Azores archipelago - science, education and government support
Guillem Pons - UIB
Coastal Environments Management and Planning
Biel Horrach Estarellas - UIB
Transformation of coastal fronts subjected to strong socio-economic dynamics in the face of climate emergencies
Florian Haug, EllinorLindblom, Kenneth Andersson - SETUR
Innovative Maritime Education: Integrating Simulators and Laboratories for Comprehensive Training
Ester Rita Lucia Sanna, Marta Meleddu - UNISS
Environmental conflicts within protected areas

Domain 3 – 16:00-18:00

Planning, management and monitoring

Arnaud Banos - ULHN
Violent maritime borders of Europe
Paola Rizzi - UNISS
Planning, development, design and data for facilitating knowledge exchange, engagement, and deliberation on cultural and technical understanding of climate change, physical and social variables and processes for learning and adaptation
Baptiste Allard - ULHN
Existing and future legal tools to fight GHG emissions from the shipping sector
Donatella Carboni - UNISS
Vademecum of Environmental Sustainability - a replicable model in coastal areas, implemented through the direct involvement of the local population
Joana Maria Seguí Pons, Maurici Ruiz Pérez - UIB
Generating comprehensive information and knowledge about insularity in the Balearic Islands and other islands
Veselina Zhecheva - BFU
System of Systems for monitoring economy related parameters - reference to the Black Sea
Débora Gutierrez - UAc
Improved Science-based maritime spatial planning to safeguard and restore biodiversity in a coherent European MPA network

Domain 4 – 13:30-15:30

Health, risks and prevention

Tiphaine Monsinjon - ULHN
Environmental Endocrine Disruption in vertebrates – Impacts of estrogenic endocrine disruptors on the immune system
Pasquale Bandiera - UNISS
Feasibility of a combined land- and water-based outdoor program for managing motor and non-motor symptoms in mildly disabled persons with Parkinson’s disease: a single-group pilot study
Ciro Laccarino - UNISS
Molecular interplay between cyanotoxin exposure and NDs using as in vitro models various cell lines and as in vivo model Drosophila melanogaster
Patrícia Ventura Garcia - UAc
Sleeping volcanoes, awaking health issues: the hazardous health effects of hydrothermal emissions on volcanic islands
Agata Markowska-Szczupak - ZUT
The Health Risks of Mould Fungi in European housing and how to prevent
Balbina Nogales, Raphael Bosch - UIB
Biology, Microbes and pollution: from causing problems to providing solutions
Christophe Minier - ULHN
Coastline issues within the one health concept

Domain 4 – 13:30-15:30

Biodiversity protection and nature-based solutions

Quirico Migheli - UNISS
Biocontrol activity of yeast strains against Aspergillus ochraceus and A. westerdijkiae on maize products
Karol Fijałkowski - ZUT
Cost-effective, environmentally friendly methods for producing bacterial cellulose and modification, functionalization, and application of the biomaterial in medicine, healthcare, and tissue cultures
Fabio Salbitano - UNISS
Forest- and Nature-based Solutions
Aomar Bourhim - EMUNI
Biodiversity Protection, Nature-based Solutions, Sustainable Exploration of Coastal / Marine Resources in the context of small scale fisheries
Eva Giacomello - UAc
The Condor seamount marine protected area (North East Atlantic Ocean, Azores, Portugal)
Anne Pantet - ULHN
Black waters and valorisation of dredging sediments
Nelson Simões - UAc
Looking for enzymes to effectively break down biomass
Cécil Meulenberg - EMUNI
Climate adaptation in coastal Piran considering implementation of nature-based solutions and revalorization of culturel heritage protected urban infrastructure

Domain 4 – 16:00-18:00

Biodiversity, coastal and marine resources

Maria Capa - UIB
Monitoring Biodiversity in a global context, Biodiversity monitoring: tools for environmental assessment from a global perspective
Thomas Knigge - ULHN
Environmental Endocrine Disruption in Invertebrates - New Pollutants Affecting Old Hormonal Pathways
Chiara Locci, Daria Sanna - UNISS
Evaluating genetic diversity among Mediterranean and Atlantic C. sapidus populations
Duarte Toubarro - UAc
Research for the valorization of the genetic resources from Azores
Piotr Eljasik - ZUT
Nature-based solutions of aquaculture waste streams management and potential ways forward
Nona Sheila Agawin Romualdo - UIB
Joint Oceanographic Course on EUNICoast waters
Ilenia Azzena, Marco Scanu - UNISS
The endemic bivalve mollusc Pinna nobilis

Domain 4 – 16:00-18:00

Biodiversity and management of marine resources

Yosra Ben Cheikh - ULHN
Response of marine species to environmental stress
Pedro Echeveste - UIB
Assessing the impacts of sunscreens to coastal marine microbial communities
Mirko Girolamo - UAc
The Experimental Aquaculture Laboratory (AquaLab) of IICM-Okeanos : development of breeding techniques for marine organisms of low trophic level
João Faria - UAc
Challenges in coastal management: addressing the bioinvasion of Rugulopteryx okamurae in Azorean waters
Noemi Pascale - UNISS
New insight into the crayfish Procambarus clarkii, a morphometric approach
Guilherme Oyarzabal - UAc
Arthropod traits as proxies for abundance trends in the Azorean Islands
Kruno Bonačić - UNIDU
Production of biosecure native oysters for aquaculture and restoration

Domain 5 – 13:30-15:30

Data-driven solutions and renewable energy

Yoann Pigné et Claude Duvallet - ULHN
AIS Data for Maritime Transport Network modeling with temporal Graph
Marcin Wardach - ZUT
The potential of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering WPUT in the area of renewable energy
Gabriel Oliver Codina - UIB
Marine robotics and artificial intelligence
Plamen Angelov, Kolyo Oreshkov - BFU
Citizen Science for Marine Renewable Energy and marine drones utilisation
Johannes Gulden - HOST
Projects in the maritime sector of the Institute for renewable energy systems
Grégory Pinon, Gaële Perret, Damien Guilbert, Andreu Moia Pol - ULHN/UIB
Virtual Lab and Center for Doctoral Training in Renewable Energy
Cyrille Bertelle, Claude Duvallet - ULHN
Blockchain for Smart Port

Domain 5 and 4 – 16:00-18:00

Biodiversity, computer and engineering sciences

Nathalie Verdière - ULHN
The challenges of modeling maritime invasive species
Gero Wedemann - HOST
Computer modelling of biological systems
Gabriella La Manna - UNISS
Using acoustic monitoring to evaluate marine biodiversity and human impact
Daniela Gabriel - UAc
Octopus’s Garden – teaching to and learning from coastal workers and their families
Erica Nocerino - UNISS
Underwater photogrammetry, supports non-invasive and high-resolution monitoring of benthic species
Anne Duperret - ULHN
How high-resolution marine geophysical exploration along rocky coasts may help to better define potential natural hazards. The example of Normandy coast, France
Joensen Bárður - SETUR
Marine Renewables in island communities

  1. HA: Aland University Of Applied Sciences
  2. BFU: Burgas Free University
  3. EMUNI: EMUNI University
  4. ULHN: Université Le Havre Normandie
  5. UNISS: University of Sassari
  6. Uac: University of the Azores
  7. UIB: University of the Balearic Islands
  8. UNIDU: University of Dubrovnik
  9. UPATRAS: University of Patras
  10. SETUR: University of the Faroe Islands
  11. HOST: Stralsund University of Applied Sciences
  12. ZUT: West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin