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Seminars

During the seminars you will also give feedback to the other presenters.

 

 

Evaluation form [PDF]

Seminar Schedule

Below is the programme for the Final Seminar. Later on you will be kindly asked to complete the table by adding your own nationality and title of your presentation, if you would like to have the video of your presentation (yes/no)  (using the "edit" option) and the aim or objective of your presentation.

PRESENTERS HAVE TO BE IN THE SEMINAR ROOM EARLY TO UPLOAD THEIR PRESENTATION IN THE COMPUTER

 

Here an example of how the table should be filled:

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation

(example)

Olalla

Spain

Forest chips for energy in Europe

yesI will explain three procurement methods used in Europe
FINAL SEMINAR: PROGRAMME

Part 1: 1OCT Room F101

 

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation
14:15KarenPhilippines Yes 
14:30JesseniaPeruExploring the industrial potential of five Peruvian species by wood anatomical characterisationYesAnatomical description of five tree peruvian species in order to show another alternatives to be used in the wood industry
14:45RenataBrazilTool Analysis for Real-time Monitoring in Forest Harvest OperationsYesAnalysis of benefits of using a technologial tool for monitoring harvesting operations in a private company in Brazil
15:00RaulBrazil

Automatic Counting of Eucalyptus Trees Through Airborne LiDAR

YesCompare and explain different algorithms for automatic tree counting.
15:15SuryaNepalTimber Supply and Demand after Gorkha Earthquake 2015 in Chautara municipality, NepalYesThe aim of the presentation is to estimate the timber requirement for reconstruction of infrastructure damaged by the Gorkha earthquake in the study area and to assess the local forest resource if that can supply enough timber or not to meet the timber requirement.
15:30     
15:45YeraySpainDurability of wood of Eucalyptus globulus L. with coffee treatment against white rot fungi.YesThe aim is to prove how efficient is the coffee against the growth of white rot fungi in Eucalyptus globulus L. wood.


Part 2: 2OCT Room BOR100

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation
8:15DominikGermanyPotential of bamboo structured elements in engineering fieldsyesPresenting the structure of bamboo and what advantages can be gained by applying this structure to the field of construction engineering
8:30ManishNepalRice husk ash as a black cotton soil stabilizeryesTo improve the strength of the soil for construction purposes.
8:45PrakashNepalAssessment of Forest/ Land cover change associated with buffer zone implementationyesTo disseminate the results of analysis of  forest and land cover change after the implementation of buffer zone in Lamtang National Park of Nepal
      
9:15Jonathan Van LooBelgium

The eternal struggle for space; fragmentation is the largest problem in Flemish forests

Yes

Flanders is fragmentated. What effects does this fragmentation have on Flemish forest management, and are there solutions?

9:30PIerre SANTERRE FILLEUX D'ARRENTIERESFrenchArtificial intelligence's impacts on the environment and working conditionsYes

The aim is to show the ecological and social impact of the introduction of IT and AI  in our society through the exemple of the banking sector ?

9:45Jonathan PossetBelgium

BELGIAN SPRUCE : ECONOMICS IMPACTS OF DEER DAMAGES

YesComparative analysis of several thinning scenario with different percentage of damaged woods, and their economic loss compared to an optimum scenario.

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation
10:15Jose ChagasBrazilCoarse root biomass in recovery area after mining, in Paragominas, Brazilian AmazonYesVerify the regeneration of biomass and carbon of coarse root biomass in areas after bauxite mining in the municipality of Paragominas, Brazil
10:30Sonam OjhaNepalComparative analysis of management approaches among three vulture restaurants in Nepal.Yes
To detail out the management approaches used by each of the vulture restaurants and compare the different models used
10:45Sheikh Md MohasinBangladeshLatex production and its prospect in rubber division of Sabazpur Tea Estate, Bangladesh To Identify the more profitable trees between rubber and tea
11:00     
11:15     
11:30     
11:45     

Part 4: 5OCT Room BOR101

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation
10:15Jānis MitkovsLatviaControlled Forest Fires in Gaujas National Park: Risk or a Way to Save Endangered SpeciesyesTo explain how different sides of an argument concerning controlled forest fires can be compared by using content analysis method.
10:30Xueyao (Iris) JiangChinaVancouver Citizens Coolkit on local climate change and urban forestryyesHelp the public better understand the values of green spaces in the city (in parks, streets, and backyards!), to provide them a new way of reading and understanding landscape, and to bridge individual ideas to neighborhood-wide actions.
10:45Mohsina SiddiqueBangladeshJute Polymer; Prospects and Challenges as a potential alternative of poly bags.yesTo analyze the potential of jute polymer as a alternative of poly bags.
11:00Anamika MenonIndiaRoadkill on Anamalai road, Vazhachal Forest Division, India (Aca Skills presentation.pdf)yesTo present the results of a report of a roadkill survey on one of the most traversed forest roads in the Western Ghat mountain ranges
11:15Anna Verdes FranquesaSpain, BarcelonaDetox: the solution to the social and environmental impact of pollution caused by clothing production.yesHelp the public to understand  what are the social and the environmental impact of the pollution caused by the clothing pollution 
11:30Md Mokbul HossainBangladeshBiodiversity conservation and socio-economic development potentiality of homestead forests at Mymensingh, Bangladesh potentiality of homestead forest in biodiversity and economic development
11:45  

 

  

Part 5: 9OCT Room BOR100

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation
14:15Yuan GaoChinaAn evaluation of the ecological impact of Eucalyptus plantation in southern ChinaYes

I want to analyze the positive and negative ecological impacts of Eucalyptus plantation in southern China using the study method of literature review.

14:30Hoang The TrungVietnamUsing geospatial technology to map the forest carbon in Cuc Phuong National Park. (Presentation.pdf)YesApplication of Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing technologies to quantify carbon biomass for mountain forest ecosystems to propose solutions for sustainable forest management.
14:45Elisa Vega MartínezSpanishAlcolea soil suitability to support a harvest according to its edaphological propertiesYesTo show how a soil can be suitable or not to support a plantation according to its nature, edaphological properties and location.
15:00Firza RianyIndonesian

Selection in Progeny Trial Stands for the Establishment of Nauclea orientalis L. Seed Trees Plantation in Bogor, Indonesia

NoThe effects of continuous selection in a progeny stands toward genetic variation and heritability of Nauclea orientalis, which is a native species of Indonesia. Moreover to give an idea of the expected genetic gain upon several selections.
15:15Pemelyn SantosPhilippines

Lawin Forest and Biodiversity Protection System

YesIntroduce the process and application of Lawin System in the Philippines
15:30Dongxia WuChinaCold hardiness of apple, blackcurrant and cultivated blueberry under different winter storage conditionsYesTo show an experiment with different varieties of apples, black currants and blueberries to find out the most appropriate preconditioning temperatures.
15:45Md Muzammel HaqueBangladeshImpact of homestead Argo-forestry on livelihood of the rural area peoples in Bangladesh.YesHomestead Argo-forestry : potential resource in Bangladesh.


Part 6: 10OCT Room BOR100

Time

Speaker

Nationality

Title of the presentation

Would you like to have your video?Aim of your presentation
12:15Aditya AcharyaNepal

Which forest type sequesters higher carbon in biomass – Pinus roxburghii or Quercus glauca

YesTo compare the amount of biomass carbon stock in two forest types of the study area and to decide which, among those two types, have higher contribution to the mitigation of climate change.
12:30CamilaBrazilTimberland Investment Management OrganizationsYesIntroduce the concept of Timberland Investment Management Organizations (TIMOs).
12:45SimonGermanySorbus torminalis and Sorbus doméstica in the forest district "Hagwald", Germany: Distribution and present relevanceYesGiving the audience background knowledge considering the ecological demand of the species as well as applied forest management using the example of a forest district in Southern Germany
13:00BalázsHungaryTracking more frequent droughts in Hungarian forests: from the stories told by tree rings to the national statisticsYesShowing evidence and effects of changing climatic conditions in SE Central Europe over the last decades from forest stand to regional level with a focus on Hungary
13:15MatheusBrazil

The planted trees sector and its relation with water resources in Brazil

YesDiscuss about the pratices of the planted trees sector in Brazil and how they affect the water resources.
13:30Ignatius Kristia AdikurniaIndonesiaWood density as pulp quality & yield predictor in Eucalyptus species, planted in North SumatraYesDiscuss the pro and con of using wood density as sole predictor of pulp yield and quality in three Eucalypt species planted in North Sumatra
      
 JoséSpainMapping the expansion and distribution of willow, aspen and poplar plantations for bioenergy in Sweden, from 2001 to 2016.YesAnalysis of the evolution and distribution of willow, aspen and poplar plantations area in Sweden during 2001 to 2016 period, apart from the factors that may have played a strong role in that modification. Being those the main tree species in biomass production for bioenergy purposes. 

 


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