COVID-19 Webinar: Research in the wake of the pandemic

When:

29 September 2021 09:30 - 12:30

Where:

Online

Type of event:

Seminar

Registration deadline:

28 September 2021 12:00

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About the event

he Research Council of Norway, in collaboration with Trond Mohn Foundation and the Norwegian Cancer Society, is happy to invite you to the third seminar of the series " COVID-19: Research in the Wake of the Pandemic". The seminar will focus on "Individual and Societal Needs During a Pandemic: Lessons Learned?". 

Our guest this seminar is Stener Kvinnsland, who this spring presented the Coronavirus Commision's review and assessment of the Norwegian authorities' management of the pandemic.

The initiative aims to establish a platform where researchers engaged in the Covid-19 pandemic can interact and share best practices.

Attend on a digital platform

Attendees will have the chance to follow presentations in live streaming, get engaged in direct discussions with the speakers and there will be the possibility to establish new collaborations. The seminar will be streamed through the platform created for the event. You will receive information about how to log on to the platform when the deadline for registration has ended.

Agenda

9:30-12:30

Guest: Stener Kvinnsland, Former Chair of Coronavirus Commission

SESSION 1

  • Inger Beate Hovi: CONSIGN: Effects of Covid-19 on reliability Of National Supply In a Global Nexus, Institute of Transport Economics
  • Marco Capasso: RelinC: The role of research, skilled labour and innovation in the Coronacrisis,  NIFU – Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education
  • Margrethe Aanensen: The coronavirus crisis: Development of capabilities on measuring and managing its effects in the Norwegian food, service and seafood export industries, Center for applied research (SNF), Norwegian School of Economics and Business

Q/A – short dialog

SESSION 2

  • Erik Børve Rasmussen: Simple and secure communication between caregivers and recipients, NO ISOLATION AS/OsloMet.
  • Erling Sundrehagen: Development of a novel high-throughput Sars-CoV-2 antibody test, Gentian AS

    Q/A – short dialog

SESSION 3

  • Svenn-Erik Mamelund: CorRisk Early COVID-19 wave in Norway: Social inequality in morbidity, compliance to non-pharmaceutical interventions and labour marked consequences, OsloMet Centre for Research on Pandemics & Society
  • Marianne Jahre: COVID-19 Supply Chain Research Group – MIA Task Force, BI Norwegian Business School
  • Margunn Aanestad: Digital Infrastructure for Robust and Scalable Patient Monitoring in Pandemic Response Situations, Universitety of Agder.

Q/A – short dialog

DIALOGUE WITH STENER KVINNSLAND: LESSONS LEARNED?

PARALLELL SESSIONS: MEET THE SPEAKERS