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Overview of Sessions

Tuesday, 20 September 2016
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All day long: Registration & Networking
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Wednesday, 21 September 2016
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All day long: Registration & Networking
Early
Bird
The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel – Status Quo
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
08:15 – 08:45
1. floor, Altona
Morning
Regional development between two metropolitan cities - the urban-rural relationship
Fehmarnbelt Committee
09:00 – 12:30
1. floor, Holcim
Exchanges between the North and Baltic Seas – A scientific overview
Baltic Earth
09:00 – 12:30
1. floor, Harburg
Effects of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link on Commodity Flows and Economic Development
TENTacle / Port of Hamburg Marketing
11:00 - 12:30
1. floor, Altona
Science-Slam New Research on Cities and Regions - Kick off STRING Science Network on Cities and Regions
HafenCity University Hamburg
11:00 - 12:30
2. floor, Bergedorf
Lunch
The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel – Status Quo
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
13:15 – 13:45
1. floor, Altona
Afternoon
FBBC Business and Science: Two worlds. One idea. A common approach?
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
14:00 – 16:30
1. floor, Harburg
From Politics to Growth and Development: The cross-border mind-set
STRING
14:00 – 15:30
1. floor, Holcim
[split-up session A]
Megatrends meet practical business examples
STRING
16:00 – 17:30
1. floor, Holcim
[split-up session B]
STRING Cultural Conference
STRING Cultural and Creative Industry Network
16:00 – 17:30
1. floor, Altona
[split-up session C]
Brenner and Fehmarnbelt – two important projects in the EU
STRING
16:00 – 17:30
2. floor, Nord
Attractive Cities 2016: Talent management and place promotion – Executive seminar
Union of the Baltic Cities
14:00 – 17:30
2. floor, Wandsbek
Science-Slam New Research on Cities and Regions – Kick off STRING Science Network on Cities and Regions – part 2
HafenCity University Hamburg
14:00 – 15:30
2. floor, Bergedorf
Evening
After Work Drinks - Get together
Place Promotion and Talent Management - Executive seminar: designxport Hamburg – site visit
Union of the Baltic Cities
18:00-19:00
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Thursday, 22 September 2016
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All day long: Registration & Networking
Early
Bird
The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel – Status Quo
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
08:15 – 08:45
Exhibition Stage
Morning
Northern European Excellence and Innovation Cluster
Baltic TRAM
09:00 – 10:30
1. floor, Harburg
Alternative propulsion and fuel systems in logistics and transportation– Options and challenges for a cost-driven economy
Logistics Initiative Hamburg
09:00 – 12:00
2. floor, Nord
Collaborative Growth – Boosting the Hamburg – Copenhagen – Aarhus Corridors
Rambøll
09:00 – 12:30
1. floor, Altona
Presentation of & discussion on EU funding
Senate Chancellery Hamburg
09:00 – 12:30
1. floor, Holcim
Attractive Cities 2016: The daily practise
Union of the Baltic Cities
09:00 – 12:30
2. floor, Mitte
HanseBelt Lounge – Corporate Culture as Factor of Success
HanseBelt e.V.
09:00 – 12:30
2. floor, Bergedorf
Business Opportunities in the Fehmarnbelt Region - from the Hamburg Metropolitan Region to Greater Copenhagen
HWF, Hamburg Metropolitan Region, CopCap, Invest in Skåne
11:00 – 12:30
2. floor, Wandsbek
Researcher Mobility in the Baltic Sea Region: Status and Perspectives
Baltic Science Network
11:00 – 12:30
1. floor, Harburg
Lunch
Networking Village
/ Lunch break
Afternoon
Matchmaking for INTERREG & HORIZON
Senate Chancellery Hamburg
14:00 – 17:30
1. floor, Holcim
A better way – Alternative Energy in Transportation
GREAT / Region Skåne
14:00 – 17:30
1. floor, Harburg
Cross-border digital opportunities in the Fehmarnbelt Region
Baltic Development Forum & Region Zealand
14:00 – 15:30
2. floor, Nord
Urban Rural Partnerships in Metropolitan Areas (URMA)
HafenCity University Hamburg
14:00 – 15:30
2. floor, Wandsbek
Baltic International Summer School (BISS) - presentation of results
HafenCity University Hamburg
16:00 – 17:30
2. floor, Wandsbek
Tour of the Holsten brewery – site visit
Carlsberg Deutschland
15:00 – 17:00

a separate confirmation is necessary
Evening
Get-together and goodbyes
Tour of the Port of Hamburg by boat
Port of Hamburg Marketing
18:00 on site

a separate confirmation is necessary
The History of Altona and Denmark in short cuts. A guided tour through the Altonaer Museum
Altonaer Museum
19:00 on site

a separate confirmation is necessary
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Ground Floor (click to enlarge):

Ground Floor HCU

First Floor (click to enlarge):

Ground Floor HCU

Second Floor (click to enlarge):

Ground Floor HCU

Chronological order of program in the HCU

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TIME ACTIVITY
08:00 – 12:30

/ Internal events of partners / consortia / project teams
(no public events, invitee only)

-> 12:00
-> 15:30

/ Opening of the Registration (Continuation of internal events)
/ Opening of the Exhibition

15:30 – 16:30

/ Break – Registration – Networking

16:45 – 20:00

“Creating Connections”
The Opening of the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016 & Senate Reception by the host city, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

/ Welcome by HCU
/ FBD Organizers – The opening
/ Welcome address by Olaf Scholz for the host city
/ Reception Buffett with Networking

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
08:15 – 08:45 1st floor, Altona

The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel – Status Quo
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
/ During the Tunnel Status Events all interested participants are invited to get a status update on the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel project and the leading up rail and road connections. The events take place at several times during the Fehmarnbelt Days and are held in English or German. Today it is in English.

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09:00 – 10:30 1st floor, Holcim

Regional development between two metropolitan cities
– the urban-rural relationship (part 1)

Fehmarnbelt Committee
/ Both sides of the Fehmarn Belt are facing the same challenges- they are rural areas close to the metropolitan city of either Hamburg or Copenhagen. At this event, leaders and experts will give their proposal of how regional development can be promoted considering political-, cultural- and economical perspectives.

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1st floor, Harburg

Exchanges between the North and Baltic Seas – A scientific overview
Baltic Earth
/ This interdisciplinary half-day seminar is intended to provide an overview over the current scientific knowledge concerning exchange processes between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. This involves aspects of atmospheric and oceanographic exchanges, as well as biological and biogeochemical aspects, but also anthropogenic pressures like shipping shall be treated. The event addresses scientists and non-scientific stakeholders from different disciplines, practitioners and other professionals as well as the general public.

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10:30 – 11:00 Foyer

Joint Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30 1st floor, Holcim

Regional development between two metropolitan cities
– the urban-rural relationship (part 2)

Fehmarnbelt Committee
/ This event is a continuation of part 1, and the focus will be on inspirational stories and best practice examples within regional development in the Fehmarn Belt area. At the end, an interactive discussion including the audience will enrich and broaden the understanding and continues progress of regional development.

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1st floor, Altona

Effects of the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link on Commodity Flows and Economic Development
TENTacle, Port of Hamburg Marketing
/ Experts from politics and industry will discuss different aspects of the possible implications for the transport and logistics sector from the fixed link during this moderated panel discussion. Organiser is the Fehmarnbelt Pilot Case, led by Port of Hamburg Marketing, which is part of the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region project TENTacle. The input of the audience will enrich the discussion.

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1st floor, Harburg

Exchanges between the North and Baltic Seas – A scientific overview
Baltic Earth
/ part 2 – continuation of program

2nd floor, Bergedorf

Science-Slam New Research on Cities and Regions – Kick off STRING Science Network on Cities and Regions
HafenCity University Hamburg
/ The STRING Science Network on Cities and Regions contributes to getting to know researchers from the cross-border area, exchanging knowledge and building cooperation for future joint research (HORIZON 2020 etc.). The aim is to develop first class science-partnerships in the field of urban and regional development in the STRING region in order to support its further development as a scientific region. In the long-term the science network could turn into a ”STRING Virtual Institute for Urban and Regional Studies” along the corridor with thematic research clusters initiating joint projects as well as new perspectives and impulses for the region.

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
12:30 – 14:00 Foyer

Lunch break at the Networking Village

13:15 – 13:45 1st floor, Altona

The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel – Status Quo
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
/ During the Tunnel Status Events all interested participants are invited to get a status update on the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel project and the leading up rail and road connections. The events take place at several times during the Fehmarnbelt Days and are held in English or German. Today it is in English.

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
14:00 – 15:30 1st floor, Holcim

From Politics to Growth and Development: The cross-border mind-set
STRING
/ As a political cross-border partnership, STRING is fueled by positive impulses of thinking beyond limits and addressing issues on a comprehensive level. STRING’s event aims to provide remarkable impulses for future-oriented thinking and realizations on how to unlock our potentials in the STRING corridor and facilitate regional commitments in culture, creative industries, business, environmental and societal concerns beyond local, regional and national as well as thematic borders. This sets the scene for three topic-driven split-up sessions which further push our joint development.

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1st floor, Harburg

FBBC Business and Science: Two worlds. One idea. A common approach?
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
/ The FBBC’s annual topic of 2016 is “Business and Science” and will be tackled during this event in the context of the Fehmarnbelt Days. The FBBC provides a platform for best practices in transnational knowledge and technology transfer. All interested from businesses, science and the public sector are invited to come and listen to high level speakers and learn from their experience in cross-border examples of science business collaboration. Come and join the discussion with the protagonists!

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2nd floor, Wandsbek

Attractive Cities 2016: Talent management and place promotion – Executive seminar
Union of the Baltic Cities Smart and Prospering Cities Commission
/In an increasingly globalized and digitized world, the role of cities and regions has in-creased in importance. All of them compete for start-ups, talent, visitors, investment and media attention. In this competition the attractiveness and reputation of cities and regions are crucial factors for the ability to create innovation, growth and prosperity. The seminar gives an overview of the currently most successful measures to place promotion and talent Management.

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2nd floor, Bergedorf

Science-Slam New Research on Cities and Regions – Kick off STRING Science Network on Cities and Regions
HafenCity University Hamburg
/ part 2 – continuation of program

15:30 – 16:00 Foyer

Joint Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30 1st floor, Holcim

Megatrends meet practical business examples [split-up session A] STRING
/ Our world is increasingly complex and interconnected. Megatrends interfere with development processes, but we observe a reluctance toward (essential) global and international answers to challenges. Here, the conference will address political, social, economic and environmental aspects. It will provide promising and encouraging examples from successful initiatives and businesses. If you want to get ideas on how to evolve your business and your environment, this setting gives you relevant input.

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1st floor, Altona

STRING Cultural Conference [split-up session B] STRING Cultural and Creative Industry Network
/ Culture is an important social factor, which alongside economic growth lays the foundation for a good standard of living in our region. Besides that, culture has of course a value on its own, as a factor for bringing new perspectives into our lives.
The purpose of the STRING Cultural Conference is to raise awareness of the opportunities within creative industries and arts and technology in order to foster cooperation and projects in the STRING-region (the southwest Baltic area).

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2nd floor, Nord

Brenner and Fehmarn – two important projects in the EU [split-up session C] STRING
/ The EU’s nine core network corridors aim at establishing the best possible network of efficient infrastructures in Europe as a basis for growth and sustainable development. The longest, the ScanMed Corridor from Italy to Finland, will increase mobility in the most economically powerful corridor through Europe. Two highly ambitious projects in the corridor, the Brenner Base Tunnel and the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel, will remove two major bottlenecks and increase accessibility between Italy and central Europe as well as Scandinavia and Central Europe. The two projects are a high priority for the EU and receive financial support from the TEN-T program. The regional authorities around both links fully support their realization – and are planning for the huge benefits that the two tunnels will bring.

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1st floor, Harburg

FBBC Business and Science: Two worlds. One idea. A common approach?
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
/ part 2 – continuation of program

2nd floor, Wandsbek

Attractive Cities 2016: Talent management and place promotion – Executive seminar
Union of the Baltic Cities Smart and Prospering Cities Commission
/ part 2 – Regions and cities of today need to be able to attract a broad portfolio of investments – from more traditional green field establishments to smart capital, start-ups and entrepreneurs. But traditional investment promotion has proven less effective in the knowledge and innovation driven economy.

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
after 17:00 Foyer

After Work Drinks – Get together
/ Seize the opportunity after today’s workshops to strengthen and broaden your networks accompanied by a few drinks.

excursion

Place Promotion and Talent Management – Executive seminar: designxport Hamburg – site visit
Union of the Baltic Cities Smart and Prospering Cities Commission
/ part 3 – Designxport is the City of Hamburg’s exhibition and event center for current design. It is the interface between society, culture, science, technology and economy.

Place: designxport Hamburg, Hongkongstraße 8, 20457 Hamburg

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satellite event

Connect – FROM HARBOUR TO HARBOUR. FROM HAMBURG TO COPENHAGEN.
Hamburg Marketing
/ Connect – Networking Event organized by Hamburg Marketing, find more information here.

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
08:15 – 08:45 Exhibition Stage

The Fehmarnbelt Tunnel – Status Quo
Fehmarnbelt Business Council
/ During the Tunnel Status Events all interested participants are invited to get a status update on the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel project and the leading up rail and road connections. The events take place at several times during the Fehmarnbelt Days and are held in English or German. Today it is in German.

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09:00 – 10:30 1st floor, Holcim

Presentation of & discussion on EU funding
Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – Senate Chancellery & Schleswig Holstein – Ministry of Justice, Culture, European Affairs
/ Are you interested in getting funded by the EU? We offer an overview of and insights into selected funding instruments appropriate for the Fehmarnbelt Region (i.e. Horizon2020, Interreg, URBACT, Europe for Citizens etc.). The possibilities will be presented and discussed while informing about topics, conditions and deadlines.

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1st floor, Harburg

Northern European Excellence and Innovation Cluster (Baltic TRAM)
Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron ( & Baltic Development Forum
/ Investments in research and innovative capacity provide an opportunity for boosting competitiveness and growth in the Baltic Sea Region. Large-scale research infrastructures such as DESY and XFEL in Hamburg and Max LAB and ESS in Lund offer huge potential in testing state-of-the-art solutions. But how do we secure efficient and balanced access to these facilities? We will discuss what structures are needed for better research-industry cooperation, looking at how academia can support companies in their innovation processes.

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1st floor, Altona

Collaborative Growth – Boosting the Hamburg – Copenhagen – Aarhus Corridors
Rambøll
/ Looking at various economic, political, and social interlinkages, a successful regional development is inextricably linked with the neighbouring regions. This also applies to North Germany and particularly to the metropolitan area of Hamburg. In order to take full effect of the regional strengths and potentials, cross-border collaboration is of central importance to Northern Germany and Denmark. The cities of Hamburg, Copenhagen, and Aarhus are central nodes for the successful cross-border collaboration between the regions that even stretches as far as Oslo and Stockholm.

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2nd floor, Nord

Alternative propulsion and fuel systems in logistics and transportation– Options and challenges for a cost-driven economy
Logistics Initiative Hamburg
/ Logistics and alternative fuels: contrast or addition? Two major propulsion systems, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and e-mobility, are discussed differently: some voices say these are the propulsions systems of the future. Critics claim the lack of infrastructure, the technological development etc..
Experts present and discuss their experiences about the use of LNG and electronic power and the potential for the logistics.

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2nd floor, Mitte

Attractive Cities 2016: The daily practise
Union of the Baltic Cities Smart and Prospering Cities Commission
/ Present how place promotion and talent management is managed in your city. Come up with a ten minutes presentation about the main goals of your activities, the target groups and your measures. Not only tell us about your big success stories, but also let us know where you see the challenges for a city in this field. Do not worry, we are among colleagues. Learn about best practices, let us discuss what works and why things go wrong.

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2nd floor, Bergedorf

HanseBelt Lounge – Corporate Culture as Factor of Success
HanseBelt e.V.
/ The main focus of the HanseBelt Lounge will be to point out the crucial factors of a modern corporate culture and why such a culture is needed to attract and retain the right employees in the company. The eminent factors will be discussed as the participants will get an insight in different ways of practice.
The Slot starts with a short introduction into the differences of German and Nordic Culture and Values and how that effects the corporate culture and daily work life. After showing different practical examples, the crucial factors will be discussed and time is given to exchange own experiences.
Businesses of all branches are invited to join the discussion!

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10:30 – 11:00 Foyer

Joint Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30 1st floor, Holcim

Presentation of & discussion on EU funding
Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – Senate Chancellery & Schleswig Holstein – Ministry of Justice, Culture, European Affairs
/ part 2 – continuation of program

1st floor, Harburg

Researcher Mobility in the Baltic Sea Region: Status and Perspectives
Baltic Science Network, Ministry of Science, Research and Equalities, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
/ Baltic Science Network establishes a political coordination framework for joint BSR higher education and science & research policy. BSN provides a macro-regional framework for more efficient and strategic BSR science policy that will help to increase the research and innovation performance and the competitiveness of the region. BSR Stakeholders will discuss in a panel motivation and benefits but also challenges and obstacles for researcher mobility. How can the macro-regional dimension of science policy help improving the conditions of mobility?

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1st floor, Altona

Collaborative Growth – Boosting the Hamburg – Copenhagen – Aarhus Corridors
Rambøll
/ part 2 – continuation of program

2nd floor, Wandsbek

Business Opportunities in the Fehmarnbelt Region – from the Hamburg Metropolitan Region to Greater Copenhagen
HWF Hamburg Business Development Corporation, Economic Development Council of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region, Copenhagen Capacity, Invest in Skåne
/ Introduction of the two business regions by the four investment promotion agencies. The focus is on concrete business opportunities and how companies benefit from the two regions growing together even further in the years to come.

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2nd floor, Nord

Alternative propulsion and fuel systems in logistics and transportation– Options and challenges for a cost-driven economy
Logistics Initiative Hamburg
/ part 2 – continuation of program

2nd floor, Mitte

Attractive Cities 2016: The daily practise
Union of the Baltic Cities Smart and Prospering Cities Commission
/ Now it is time to meet the practioners in their working place. Discover two agencies, dealing with the creative industries in Hamburg. Get inspired by a municipal institution founded to promote Hamburg’s creative industries. As a directly accessible contact and service facility, it is open to all creative stakeholders and enterprises.

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2nd floor, Bergedorf

HanseBelt Lounge – Corporate Culture as Factor of Success
HanseBelt e.V.
/ part 2 – continuation of program
After the coffee break, HanseBelt invites to an excursion to a German Company to experience modern Corporate Culture in practice. The shuttle by bus is included in the programme and no extra fee will be charged.

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
12:30 – 14:00 Foyer

Lunch break at the Networking Village

TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
14:00 – 15:30 1st floor, Holcim

Matchmaking for HORIZON 2020 & INTERREG
Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – Senate Chancellery & Schleswig Holstein – Ministry of Justice, Culture, European Affairs
/ If you already have some ideas and concepts for your possible EU-project and are ready to join international partnerships, use this event to collect and classify these ideas, to identify useful and fitting programs and to start setting up new partnerships and next steps. There is no better way to seize the Fehmarnbelt Days then to get together and to create even more connections in this workshop format!

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1st floor, Harburg

A better way – Alternative Energy in Transportation
GREAT, Region Skåne
/ What if we all drove our alternative fuel vehicles to the Fehmarnbelt Days? Is it possible today and what is needed to upscale the decarbonisation process in the EU?
Combining private business initiatives with public support to speed up the demand of alternative fuels through new infrastructure and behaviour change. Meet the partners of the GREAT project and participate in the discussions.

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2nd floor, Wandsbek

Urban Rural Partnerships in Metropolitan Areas (URMA): Project insights on how EU coherence policy could grow bottom-up
HafenCity University Hamburg
/ Based on the URMA experience of six regions from Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland, and on expertise from METREX (working group) and OECD (report) the following questions will be addressed in the seminar:
• In which sectors could urban and rural actors benefit from a closer co-operation? (tele-working, other tele-activities, renewable energies, food, recreation, tourism etc.)
• What is necessary to stimulate a more intensive relationship? (incentives, processes etc.)
• And how could such partnerships contribute to new forms of shared spatial responsibility, solidarity and territorial cohesion in metropolitan regions?
Detailed findings will be presented from the Hamburg-Jutland pilot case.
Your active participation in the seminar is of great interest to us! Please visit us.

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2nd floor, Nord

Cross-border digital opportunities in the Fehmarnbelt Region
Baltic Development Forum & Region Zealand
/ The seminar will discuss how the upcoming Fehmarnbelt Region can benefit from transnational collaboration and exchange of best practice within digitalisation. We will explore complementarities and synergies across the border and how we can jointly release potentials related to digitalisation of SME’s and Open Data as growth enablers.

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15:30 – 16:00 Foyer

Joint Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30 1st floor, Holcim

Matchmaking for HORIZON 2020 & INTERREG 
Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – Senate Chancellery & Schleswig Holstein – Ministry of Justice, Culture, European Affairs
/ part 2 – continuation of program

1st floor, Harburg

A better way – Alternative Energy in Transportation
GREAT, Region Skåne
/ part 2 – continuation of program

2nd floor, Wandsbek

Baltic International Summer School (BISS) – presentation of results
HafenCity University Hamburg
/ Each year 60 students from seven countries around the Baltic Sea are gathered at the HCU to work together in interdisciplinary and intercultural mixed groups developing various urban connections and solutions that address the current urban needs and are transferable to their home cities. Have a look at a short reflection on the vision, aims and the outcomes of the First and Second B.I.S.S.!

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excursion

Tour of the Holsten brewery – site visit (DE & EN)
Carlsberg Deutschland
/ Carlsberg invites you to a two hour tour of the Holsten brewery. One tour will be done in English, another one in German. With this offer, you’ll receive an exciting insight into modern brewing techniques on an extensive tour of the brewery’s production line including a hearty snack consisting of freshly baked grain bread with tasty Abraham ham and, of course, freshly tapped Holsten Pilsener (non-alcoholic beverages also available on request).

Please note that there is only a limited number of places available, so if you would like to join the brewery tour, your registration is binding.

Due to limited capacity: If you register and can attend, you will receive a separate confirmation!

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TIME ROOM ACTIVITY
after 17:00 Foyer

Get-together and goodbyes
/ As this is the last evening, we appreciate your company after the final session for further networking and concise next steps in our cooperation.

18:00 Fähranleger
(Ferry Quay)
Maritimes
Museum

Tour of the Port of Hamburg by boat
Port of Hamburg Marketing
/ Port of Hamburg Marketing is inviting you to join a Hamburg port tour by boat. During the tour, you will have a look at the container, multi-purpose and cruise terminals from the waterside as well as the sights along the River Elbe. You will get information about the processes, markets and the latest development in Germany’s biggest seaport.
Please note that there is only a limited number of places available, so if you would like to join the port tour your registration is binding.

Please have a look at the detailed program.

Due to limited capacity: If you register and can attend, you will receive a separate confirmation!

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19:00 Altonaer Museum

The History of Altona and Denmark in short cuts. A guided tour through the Altonaer Museum
Altonaer Museum. Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg.
/ Visit of the Altonaer Museum: The participants will get a close look on the faszinating history of Altona with English speaking guides. The tour will lead from the lending out of the city privileges 1664 up to the current status of a diverse and powerful district of Hamburg. Alongside various personal stories, you will get an insight on certain aspects of Altonaer history in the past four centuries. A journey through time.
In addition, the museum will present its small theatre called ”Wolkentheater Eidophusikon”, a theatre without actors but with special effects on sound, light and scenery.

Due to limited capacity: If you register and can attend, you will receive a separate confirmation!

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NEW – Program at the Exhibtion Stage

Exhibtion Stage – more details and insights Exhibtion Stage.

Exhibition Stage

Program overview

Download the program overview as *pdf files for print
(latest update 10.09.2016)

program overview

Collection of detailed programs

Download the folder with all the *pdf files describing each single event, which will take place during the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016.
(latest update 09.09.2016, 12 MB)

all program files

Additionals

Exhibition as part of the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016

“Hamburg – Copenhagen” the photographers Carsten Rabe / Hamburg, Mette Juul / Copenhagen, Louise Saugmann & Mette Bersang / Copenhagen, present photographs of urban spaces and the metropolitan regions of Hamburg and Copenhagen in the town hall of Hamburg. More information about the exhibition ->here.

12 – 25 September 2016
Town Hall, Rathausmarkt 1, 20095 Hamburg

Handwerkswelten

If you are interested in vocational training and its opportunities to send you abroad, you can obtain insights from trainees who experienced the “working worlds” in Denmark and Germany first hand. The Handwerkswelten take place at the Town Hall on 20 and 21 September, so it fits perfectly into the general schedule on 20 September before our official opening of the FBD 2016:

Experience the exciting field of crafts and discover the job of your dreams!

On September 20th and 21th, the Hamburg Chamber of Crafts runs the exhibition Handwerkswelten (World of Crafts) in the courtyard (Ehrenhof) of the Hamburg City Hall.

Pupils, new graduates, parents and teachers are invited to meet the various crafts and to learn about the multiple training possibilities in the trades of craft.

Special tours exclusively for FBD Participants

Please have a look here for unique Hamburg tours in English for our attendants thanks to Hamburg Tourism. Get to know the UNESCO World Heritage and the Harbor or the famous “red light district” in exclusive tours or have a look through additional offers for tourists in Hamburg.

Hamburg on Tour

If you are in Sweden at the beginning of September, you can get to know Hamburg and its opportunities as well as further Input on the Fehmarnbelt Days directly in Gothenburg from 9 to 10 September. Find more information here.