Times are in local (Cyprus) time, i.e. CET+1 / GMT +3.

23 Sept. 2020

(Full paper presentations, 10 min. presentation + 5 min. Q&A)

09:00 – 09:10
Welcome message

09:10 – 09:50
Keynote Speech: Mikko Kolehmainen, Professor, University of Eastern Finland
Title: The next step after AI – towards Digital Twins

09:50 – 10:35
Session 1: Industrial Environments and Processes
Chair: Stefan Naumann

  1. Designing for Sustainability: Lessons Learned from Four Industrial Projects
    Patricia Lago, Roberto Verdecchia, Nelly Condori-Fernandez, Eko Rahmadian, Janina Sturm, Thijmen van Nijnanten, Rex Bosma, Christophe Debuysscher, Paulo Ricardo
  2. Web Tool for the Identification of Industrial Symbioses within an Industrial Park
    Anna Luetje, Volker Wohlgemuth, Sinéad Leber, Jonas Scholten
  3. Deriving Benchmarks for Construction Products Based on Environmental Product Declarations
    Anna Carstens, Tobias Brinkmann, Barbara Rapp

10:35 – 10:45
Short Break

10:45 – 11:45
Session 2: Sustainability
Chair: Grit Behrens

  1. Circular economy in the Rostock region. A GIS and survey based approach analyzing material flows
    Ferdinand Vettermann, Samer Nastah, Laurine Larsen, Ralf Bill
  2. Obsolescence as a Future Key Challenge for Data Centers
    Fabian A. Schulze, Hans-Knud Arndt, Hannes Feuersenger
  3. The eco-label Blue Angel for Software – Development and Components
    Stefan Naumann, Achim Guldner, Eva Kern
  4. Sustainable processes on the Last Mile – Case study within the project NaCl
    Uta Kühne, Mattes Leibenath, Camille Rau, Richard Schulte, Lars Wöltjen, Kristian Schopka, Lars Krüger, Benjamin Wagner vom Berg

11:45 – 12:45
Session 3: Environmental Modelling, Monitoring and Information Systems
Chair: Kostas Karazas

  1. Algorithmic treatment of topological changes within a simulation runtime system
    Jochen Wittmann
  2. Citizens in the Loop for Air Quality Monitoring in Thessaloniki, Greece
    Theodosios Kassandros, Andreas Gavros, Katerina Bakousi, Kostas Karatzas
  3. WISdoM: An Information System for Water Management
    Marius Wybrands, Fabian Frohmann, Marcel Andree, Jorge Marx Gómez
  4. Exploring Open Data portals for geospatial data discovery purposes
    Matthias Hinz, Ralf Bill

12:45 – 13:30
Lunch Break

13:30 – 14:10
Keynote Speech: Serenella Sala, Deputy Head of Unit, JRC, EC
Title: Environmental footprint of EU consumption: from data to knowledge and policy support

14:10 – 15:10
Session 4: Urban Environments and Systems
Chair: Benjamin Wagner vom Berg

  1. Developing a Configuration System for a Simulation Game in the Domain of Urban CO2 Emissions Reduction
    Sarah Zurmühle, João S.V. Gonçalves, Patrick Wäger, Andreas Gerber, Lorenz M. Hilty
  2. Estimating Spatiotemporal Distribution of Moving People in Urban Areas Using Population Statistics of Mobile
    Toshihiro Osaragi
  3. A digital twin of the social-ecological system “urban beekeeping”
    Carolin Johannsen, Diren Senger, Thorsten Kluss
  4. Utilizing CityGML for AR-Labeling and Occlusion in Urban Spaces
    Patrick Postert, Markus Berger, Ralf Bill

15:10 – 15:20
Short Break

15:20 – 15:30
Geo data analytics and spatial decision support: Commercial solutions and joint research opportunities of Disy Informationssysteme GmbH
(Sponsor of the EnviroInfo)

15:30 – 16:15
Session 5: Physical Environments
Chair: Jochen Wittmann

  1. Can animal manure be used to increase soil organic carbon stocks as a mitigation climate change strategy?
    Andreas Kamilaris, Immaculada Funes Mesa, Robert Savé, Felicidad De Herralde, Francesc X. Prenafeta-Boldú
  2. Digital Twins, Augmented Reality and Explorer Maps rising Attractiveness of rural Regions for outdoor Tourism
    Peter Fischer-Stabel
  3. Identification of Tree Species in Japanese Forests based on Aerial Photography and Deep Learning
    Sarah Kentsch, Savvas Karatsiolis, Andreas Kamilaris, Luca Tomhave, Maximo Larry Lopez Caceres

24 Sept. 2020

(Short paper presentations, 5 min. presentation + 5 min. Q&A)

09:00 – 09:40 
Keynote Speech: Mario Roccaro, Project Manager Education, EIT Food
Title: Food in the Anthropocene – How EIT Food is contributing to the mitigation of climate changes

09:40 – 10:40
Session 6: Transport, mobility and logistics
Chair: Hans-Knud Arndt
1.Improving Delay Forecasts in Public Transport using Machine Learning Techniques
Henning Wobken, Alexander Dölling, Jon-Patric Ewelt, Niklas Howad, Florian Hustede, Hendrik Jordan, Abdalaziz Obead, Jari Radler, Sebastian Schnieder, Klaas von der Heide, Ole Wehrmeyer, Mathias Wille, Barbara Rapp, Jorge Marx Gómez
2.Decentralized Identity Management for DLT-based Cooperation Support
Thomas Osterland, Thomas Rose
3.Market-related opportunities and challenges for a digital platform model aiming at sustainable execution of last-mile logistics – A use case of B2C deliveries in Germany and Vietnam
Thanh Ha Mai, Carsten Dorn, Benjamin Wagner vom Berg
4.Visualization of greenhouse gas emissions for the means of transport airplane, car, train and coach by use of accessibility graphs
Malte Christiansen, Jochen Wittmann
5.How to consolidate sustainable mobility platforms in rural areas?
Johannes Schering, Julian Rawe, Ali Akyol, Cedrik Theesen, Jorge Marx Gómez
6.Blockchain-based Electronic Record Books for Transparency to Prevent Marine Pollution
Hauke Precht, David Saive, Simon Czapski, Jorge Marx Gómez

10:40 – 10:50
Short Break

10:50 – 11:50
Session 7: Environmental Information Systems
Chair: Benoît Otjacques
1. Towards Decision Tree Based Assistance Functions of a Cloud Platform for Environmental Compliance Management
Heiko Thimm
2. Investigation of traffic and air pollution in Thessaloniki, Greece, under ordinary and COVID-19 pandemic conditions
Evangelos Athanasakis, Theodosios Kassandros, Kostas Karatzas
3. Machine learning methods for approximating the temperature of exterior walls using thermal images and colour images of building facades
Klaus Schlender, Malte Riechmann, Jendrik Müller, Grit Behrens
4. Induction of a fuzzy decision tree for optimizing air quality data modeling
Aristotelis Karagiannis, Kostas Karatzas
5. PigFarm –Developing Decision Support for the Pork Production Industry
Thomas Rose, Julia Gruber, Kathrin Gunkelmann
6. Automated invasive alien species recognition: lessons learned from applying the iNaturalist 2017 computer vision model on citizen-science data
Blagoj Delipetrev, Sven Schade, Irena Mitton, Fabiano-Antonio Spinelli

11:50 – 12:50
Session 8: Sensors and Internet of Things
Chair: Demetris Antoniades
1. PM2.5 low-cost sensor performance in ambient conditions
Claudia Falzone, Anne-Claude Romain, Sylvain Guichaux, Valéry Broun, Daniel Rüffer, Guy Gérard, Fabian Lenartz
2. Intercomparison between IoT air quality monitoring devices for PM10 concentration estimations
Paulo Pinho, Sérgio Lopes, Marios Panourgias, Johnny Reis, Kostas Karatzas
3. ECOSense – Collection and analysis of bicycle sensor data
Johannes Schering, Christian Janßen, René Kessler, Viktor Dmitryev, Christian Stehno, Kyra Pelzner, Ronald Bankowsky, Roland Hentschel, Jorge Marx Gómez
4. Towards a robust ensemble modelling approach to improve Low-Cost Air Quality Sensors performance
Theodosios Kassandros, Kostas Karatzas
5. Online energy forecasts for the Internet of Things
Danja Steinberg, Julien Murach, Achim Guldner, Klaus-Uwe Gollmer
6. Analysis and modeling of low-cost air quality sensor data towards their computational improvement
Petros Zimianitis, Kostas Karatzas

12:50 – 13:30
Lunch break

13:30 – 14:20
Session 9: Recycling and plastics
Chair: Kristina Voigt
1. Mechanical Recycling Considerations for Responsible Plastic Innovation
James Drayton, Justice Wright, Minh Nguyen Vo
2. Engineering for a Circular Economy: Key Factors for the Design of Biodegradable Plastics and Plastic-Degrading Enzymes
Mary Rommer, Margaret MacDonell
3. Database Development and Special Considerations for Storing Polymer Fate Information
Christopher Rademacher, Marina Slijepcevic, Margaret MacDonell
4. Developing a preliminary data structure to assess plastics in freshwater environments
Sneha Nachimuthu, Jennifer Cronin, Margaret MacDonell
5. A Database on the Health Risks of Plastics
Marina Slijepcevic, L’Nazia Edwards, Aijalon Kilpatrick, Phuong Khanh Tran Nguyen, Margaret MacDonell

14:20 – 14:30
Closing message – Announcement of the EnviroInfo2021 conference