Interspill 2022: Science Workshops

Science Workshops – Getting Under The Skin Of Emerging Spill And Pollution Risks!

INTERSPILL 2022 will once again feature science workshops jointly organised by Cedre and ITOPF. These will cover key topical issues relating to both present and future challenges in spill and pollution response. These workshops take the form of four 1-hour sessions, each comprising three presentations by specialists followed by 30 minutes of discussions with the audience to explore these issues in depth.

The speakers will be from both academia and industry in order to offer as broad a perspective as possible and an international viewpoint.

The discussion sessions will be an opportunity for you to express your point of view and contribute to the debates, gain insight into the latest advances on topics presented by experts and potentially expand your network.

The provisional programme is below:

21 June 1330-1500 – Trend in propulsion, led by Cedre.

Chairman Christophe LOGETTE, Director of Cedre
ULSFO and the new challenge, link with IMAROS project Cedre
Renewal oil (vegetable oil… cooking…) TotalEnergies
Ammoniac and LNG INERIS, the public expert on industrial and environmental risk management

22 June 1100-1230 – Atmospheric pollution from chemical spills, led by Cedre.

Chairman Cedre, Head of the research department
Evaporation from a slick and explosive risk IMT Mines Alès, A French institute for engineering and applied science
Detection of a gas cloud ONERA, the French aerospace lab
Modelling of volatile HNS RBINS, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

22 June 1630-1800 – The issue of plastic pollution, led by ITOPF.

Chairman Dr Conor Bolas, ITOPF
Absorption & Toxicity of  Plastics CEFAS TBC
What are the ecological implications for spills of nurdles Dr Irene Martins, CIIMAR
Modelling marine plastic pollution Eric Comerma, RPS

23 June 1100-1230 – Sensitive tropical environments; led by ITOPF

Chairman Dr Angela Pinzon, ITOPF
Mangrove Impacts of Deepwater Horizon Polaris
Petroleum hydrocarbon exposure on Atlantic shallow-water corals Dr D. Abby Renegar, Nova Southeastern University, Florid

Interspill Programme:

To attend you need to take advantage of the much-reduced attendance price through the new Daily Delegate Rate of 100 Euro per day.

Register here: