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High-level Panel Discussion
Asia-Pacific Weeks 2009
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• Asia-Pacific Weeks Berlin
(October 7, 2009)

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Conferences of the Asia-Pacific Weeks Berlin 2009


Global Mobility


Berlin Town Hall, Rathausstr. 15, 10178 Berlin, Germany

THURSDAY, October 8, 2009

from 8:00 am Registration
9:00 am Opening of the Business and Science Program of the Asia-Pacific Weeks Berlin 2009
Welcome by the Organizers
Rolf Eckrodt, President, Asia-Pacific Forum Berlin
René Gurka, Managing Director, Berlin Partner GmbH
Speech
Wolfgang Tiefensee, Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Development
Asia-Pacific: Berlin’s Economy Is Taking Up Global Challenges
Almuth Nehring-Venus, Permanent Secretary for Economics, Technology and Women´s Issues, Berlin
Trends and Developments in Renewable Energies in India
N.N.
10:30 am Coffee Break
11:00 am “No Mobility without Energy”
New Paths to Eco-Friendly Energy Consumption for the Traffic of Tomorrow
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Christine Ahrend, Professor for Integrated Transportation Planning at the Institute of Land
                 and Sea Transport Systems, Technical University, Berlin
Future of Mobility – Automobiles of the Future
Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler, Vice President, e-drive & Future Mobility, Chief Environmental Officer, Daimler AG
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen – An Overview of the Current State of Research and Development
N.N.
Biofuels as an Alternative Energy Source
N.N.
12:30 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Road and Rail Networks
Moderator: Peter Reger, Project Manager Business Development and Infrastructure, InWEnt – International
Training and Development gGmbH
Expansion and Modernization of Pakistan’s Motorways and Highways
Altaf A. Choudry, Chairman, National Highway Authority Pakistan
Complete Mobility Solutions in the Megacities of the ASEAN Region
Jörn Sens, CEO Business Unit Rolling Stock, Siemens AG
Infrastructure in Thailand
Dr. Atchaka Sibunruang Brimble, General Secretary, The Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI), Thailand (tbc)
Intelligent Transportation Systems in Taipei
Shang-Wei Wang, Chief Secretary, Taipei City Department of Transportation, Taipei
COOPERS – Cooperative Systems for Intelligent Road Safety
Lars Holstein, TSB Innovation Agency Berlin GmbH, FAV Transport Technology Systems Network Berlin
3:30 pm Coffee Break
4:00 pm Road and Rail Networks (cont'd)
Moderator: Thomas Meißner, TSB Innovation Agency Berlin GmbH, FAV Transport Technology Systems Network
                 Berlin
Expanding the Railway Networks in Vietnam
Ho Nghia Dung, Minister of Transportation, Vietnam (tbc)
Smart Road Traffic Projects in Korea
Dr. Tae Hee Kim, Head of Transportation Division, Korea Institute of Construction & Transportation Technology
Evaluation and Planning (KICTEP), South Korea
Expansion of Road and Rail Traffic in Mongolia
N.N.
Railway Networks in Cambodia
until 5:30 pm Pheakavanmony Sokhom, President/Director General, Royal Railways of Cambodia
 
FRIDAY, October 9, 2009
from 8:00 am Registration
9:00 am Air Traffic
Moderator: Wolf Schöde, Managing Director, Berlin-Brandenburg Aerospace Alliance e.V. (BBAA)
BBI – A Model for an Efficient Airport: Future Demands on Airports and
Transportation Hubs with Rising Traffic Volumes
Prof. Dr. Rainer Schwarz, CEO, Berlin Brandenburg International Airport BBI
Integrated Airport Apron Safety Fleet Management
Martin Schipper, TSB Innovation Agency Berlin GmbH, FAV Transport Technology Systems Network Berlin
China's Airport Boom – The Example of Shanghai International Airport
N.N.
10:30 am Coffee Break
11:00 am Moderator: N.N.
Alternative Fuels for Aviation
Hans-Jürgen Heinrich, Airbus Hamburg (tbc)
India as a Key Strategic Hub for Air Traffic in the Future
Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, CEO, Jet Airways, India
Modern Air Traffic in Vietnam
Pham Ngoc Minh, President/CEO, Vietnam Airlines Corporation (tbc)
12:30 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Harbor Logistics and Maritime Traffic
Moderator: Claus Brandt, Maritime Centre of Excellence, PricewaterhouseCoopers AG
Shipping to Asia
Ove Meyer, Chief Officer, BBC Chartering
Harbor Logistics in Pusan, South Korea
Prof. Kap Hwan Kim, Ph.D., Director of the Institute of Logistics, Innovation and Networking, Professor of Industrial Engineering, Pusan National University, South Korea
Shipbuilding as a Boosting Industrial Sector in Bangladesh
Sakhawat Hossain, Managing Director, Western Marine Shipyard Ltd., Bangladesh
Container Security
Robert Hoffmann, Senior Manager, Deloitte Forensic & Dispute Services (F&DS) Germany
3:30 pm Coffee Break
4:00 pm Panel Discussion: Debating Asia: Sustainable Mobility in Urban Regions – A Comparison between China, the United States and Germany organized by Daimler AG, Berlin Partner GmbH, and APFB
5:30 pm Get-Together for Conference Participants hosted by the TSB Technology Foundation Berlin Group
 
SATURDAY, October 10, 2009
9:00 - 12:00 noon Tour of the Airport Berlin Brandenburg International BBI
from 9:30 am Registration
10:30 am Mobility and Society
Moderator: Carl-Ernst Forchert, CEO, I-vector Innovation Management GmbH
Mobility in Science: International Cooperation as a Key Element of Visionary Research
Prof. Harald Fuess, Professor for Cultural Economic History, Cluster “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”, Heidelberg University
Rural Transport in Asia and its Impact on Society
Mr. Woochong Um, Asian Development Bank
Mobility and an Aging Society: Tourism Behavior of Baby Boomers in Japan
Dr. Naohiko Hibino, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan
12:00 noon Coffee Break
1:00 pm
Workshop: Transport Systems and Climate Protection

in cooperation with the Technical University, Berlin
Moderator: Wulf-Holger Arndt, Technical University, Berlin

Transportation and Climate Protection in Megacities
Wulf-Holger Arndt, Technical University, Berlin
Climate Change and Traffic in China
Li Zhenyu, Center for Sustainable Transportation, China Academy of Transportation Sciences (CATS), Ministry of Transport, PR China
New Perspectives and Strategies for Transport Development in Asian Megacities: Implications for
Climate Change

Dr. Surya Raj Acharya, Institute for Transport Policy Studies Tokyo, Japan
Traffic Systems and Climate Change in Seoul
Woonsoo Kim, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, Director, Research Center of Climate Control, South Korea
Sustainability, Mobility and Transport Studies (SMaTS)

until 3:00 pm Prof. Yasutsugu Nitta, Osaka University, Japan
 

The conference will be simultaneously translated into German and English.

The program is subject to change. Date: August 28, 2009.


Dr. Iris Vrabec
Berlin Partner GmbH
Tel.: +49 30 39980 - 127
E-mail: Iris.Vrabec@berlin-partner.de

Rita Feid
Asia-Pacific Forum Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 399 80 - 236
E-mail: Feid@apforum.com

 

• Report:
High-level Panel Discussion
Asia-Pacific Weeks 2009
• Press Release
• Asia-Pacific Weeks Berlin
(October 7, 2009)

Agenda
About Asia-Pacific Weeks Berlin
7th Asia-Pacific Weeks
Partner for a Common Future
Asia-Pacific Weeks Conferences
The Program
Asia-Pacific Weeks
Advisory Board

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