The congress topics at INTERFORST 2018

Congress

These were the congress topics at INTERFORST 2018.

Wednesday, Juli 18, 2018

Time & location Topic & participants
Time & location 15:00, Hall B6 Topic & participants Panel discussion in the forum
Societal change—sustainability and forestry

Participants: Prof. Dr. Harald Welzer, FUTURZWEI. Foundation, Potsdam; representative of a forestry machine manufacturer and of the Commission of Experts for Research and Innovation (EFI), Berlin

Chair: Prof. Dr. Ute Seeling, KWF e.V., Groß-Umstadt
Time & location 16:00, Hall B6 Topic & participants Impulse lectures with panel discussion
Successful approach to forest owners—strategies, media, instruments

Presentation: Prof. Dr. Michael Suda, Dr. Anika Gaggermeier, TU Munich

Workshop report „KomSilva“
Nancy Koller, TU München / Dr. Eva Tendler, Bayer. Cluster Forst und Holz

The path of WBV Bamberg
Angelika Morgenroth, 1. Chairwomen of Waldbesitzervereinigung Bamberg e.V

E-Learning—Real-time communication from the perspective of a forest education centre
Dr. Sebastian Paar, Director of the Education Centre Laubau in Ruhpolding, BaySF

Interview on trends in mass communication, opportunities for addressing forest owners and public relations work
with Dr. Bernhard Goodwin, Director of the Communication Science and Media Research Institute, LMU Munich

Thursday, July 19, 2018

* Austria Country Day
Time & location Topic & participants
Time & location 09:30–09:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants Congress
Forestry in transition—adapting to remain competitive!

Introduction:
Prof. Dr. Walter Warkotsch, Stellenbosch University, RSA
Climate change and the use of wood

Moderator: Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. nat. techn. Karl Stampfer, BOKU Vienna, Austria
Time & location 09:45–10:15, Hall B6 Topic & participants Forest and wood in society
Prof. Dr. Matthias Dieter, Thünen Institut, Hamburg
Time & location 10:15–10:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants Climate-fit forests*
FD DI Willibald Ehrenhöfer, Mayr-Melnhof Forestry, Styria, Austria
Time & location 10:45–11:15, Hall B6 Topic & participants Race against time—forest protection in times of climate change
Dr. Ralf Petercord, State Institute for Forest and Forestry, Freising

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Ute Seeling, KWF e.V., Groß-Umstadt
Time & location 11:15–11:45 Topic & participants Break
Time & location 11:45–12:15, Hall B6 Topic & participants Forest conversion—effects on timber harvesting
Dr. Janine Schweier, University of Freiburg
Time & location 12:15–12:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants The future of forestry vocational training*
FD Thilo Wagner, Forestry Education Center for Forestry and Forestry Technology, Arnsberg-Neheim, NRW
Time & location 12:45–13:00, Hall B6 Topic & participants Discussion
Time & location 13:00 Topic & participants End

Friday, July 20, 2018

Change without notice
Lectures are held in German
Time & location Topic & participants
Time & location 09:30–09:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants Congress
Forestry in transition—adapting to remain competitive!

Introduction
Prof. Dr. Walter Warkotsch, Stellenbosch University, RSA
Digitization and bioeconomy

Moderator: Dipl. Ing. silv. Univ. Christian Kaul, Bavarian Forest Owners Association, Munich
Time & location 09:45–10:15, Hall B6 Topic & participants Digital solutions for woodland owners associations / private forests
Gerhard Penninger, Woodland Owners Association, Holzkirchen
Time & location 10:15–10:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants Drone use in forestry—a critical analysis
Martin Herkommer, Quantum Systems, Gilching
Time & location 10:45–11:15 Topic & participants Break
Time & location 11:15–11:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants Industry 4.0 in logistics
Martin Müller, Bavarian State Forests, Regensburg

Moderator: Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. nat. techn. Karl Stampfer, BOKU Vienna, Austria
Time & location 11:45–12:15, Hall B6 Topic & participants Industry 4.0 for increased value creation in the sawmill industry
Matthias Nagel, Intend Geoinformatik, Kassel
Time & location 12:15–12:45, Hall B6 Topic & participants Prospects of the forestry business in the bioeconomy
Prof. Dr. Klaus Richter, TU Munich
Time & location 12:45–13:00, Hall B6 Topic & participants Discussion
Time & location 13:00 Topic & participants End