8 November 2018

  1. Welcome to Promac symposium Céline Rebours, Møreforsking Ålesund 
  2. Key-note: MACROSEA – A knowledge platform for industrial macroalgae cultivation – Aleksander Handå, SINTEF Ocean
  3. Protein and amino acids in cultivated and wild macroalgae – Jorunn Skjermo, SINTEF Ocean
  4. Variations in heavy metals, polyphenols and iodine contents in commercially important and edible seaweeds – Stig A.Borgvang and Ralf Rautenberger, NIBIO
  5. Key-note: The Macro cascade project – Anne-Belinda Bjerre, Dansk Teknologisk Institut
  6. Product quality from preservation processes of seaweeds – Pierrick Stévant, Møreforsking Ålesund
  7. Applying the ensilage process to macroalgae – Hélène Marfaing, CEBA
  8. Processing of macroalgae for application as a protein source in animal feed – Inga Marie Aasen, SINTEF Industry
  9. Extraction of proteins from Palmaria Palmata Rosa Jónsdóttir, Matis
  10. Key-note: The Macrofuel project – Anne-Belinda Bjerre, Dansk Teknologisk Institut

9 November 2018

  1. Key-note: Marine bioactivies and health – Chris Gill, Ulster University
  2. Nutritional value of refined macroalgae products for ruminants – Håvard Steinsham, NIBIO
  3. Nutritional and health value of Saccharina latissimi and Palmaria palmata evaluated with mink and zebrafish as models for production animals and humans – Åshild Krogdahl, Alex Jaramillo-Torres and Guro Løkka, NMBU
  4. Drying of macroalgea – Possibilities – Erlend Indergård, SINTEF Ocean
  5. Use of surplus heat for drying of macroalgae – Tom Ståle Nordtvedt, SINTEF Ocean
  6. MSFA of soyabean vs seaweed based protein – Lars Gansel, NTNU
  7. Establishing a Seaweed industry in Norway: strategic, economic and environmental perspectives – LCA Matthias Koesling, NIBIO
  8. Establishing a Seaweed industry in Norway: strategic, economic and environmental perspectives – logistics – Jan Emblemsvåg, Møreforsking Molde
  9. Summary – the way further Céline Rebours, Møreforsking Ålesund