Publiceringsdatum: 23 maj 2019

Senast uppdaterad: torsdag 23 maj, 16.35

50 nationer kommer till Örebro och Karlskoga

Illustration, Örebro slott

50 nationer från alla världsdelar kommer till Örebro län på måndag. I två dagar tar landshövding Maria Larsson emot alla nationernas ambassadörer i Sverige.

- Tillsammans med, UD, näringslivet, Universitetet, Region Örebro län, och kommunledningar och ska vi visa en del av vårt Sverige, berättar Maria Larsson. Förhoppningsvis tar de med sig upplevelserna och skapar intresse i sina respektive länder för att besöka vårt län eller göra affärer med oss.

Under måndagen tar landshövdingen med sig de 50 ambassadörerna till Karlskoga, till Alfred Nobels Björkborn där berättelsen om kanske den mest kände svensken i historien levandegörs. Här kommer också Karlskogas kommunledning att berätta om hur Karlskoga tar vara på varumärket Alfred Nobel . Här får gästerna också veta mer om Alfred Nobels Science park, om Örebro läns besöksnäring och sedan ett studiebesök vid AMEXCI – där Wallenbergsfärens satsning inom additiv tillverkning (även kallat 3D printing) för svensk industri presenteras.

Tisdagen ägnas åt Örebro, med studiebesök vid Epiroc samt hos Örebro universitet, med bl.a. presentation av den spännande kombinationen robotteknik och musik.

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E-posta eller ring in anmälan till vår koordinator Anna Wiktorsson, anna.wiktorsson@lansstyrelsen.se, (tfn. 010 224 86 16). Senast imorgon, fredag 24 maj kl 15.00.

Program

Måndag 27 maj

County Governor Maria Larsson and County Director Anna Olofsson are the hosts of the day
10.00 Arrival at Örebro Travel Center
10.15-11.00 Bus transfer to Björkborn, Karlskoga
Pickup at Fredsgatan 2

11.00-12.00 A guided tour of Björkborn manor - Alfred Nobel's last Swedish home.
Alfred Nobel's life and deed and the role Björkborn Manor came to play to the origin of the Nobel Prize. A visit to Alfred Nobel's Laboratory - an exhibition of his business and inventions as well as a reconstruction of his laboratory with original equipment and technical library.

12.00-13.00 Lunch at Björkborn

13.00-14.00 Presentations:
Tony Ring, chairman of the municipal board, Karlskoga
Karlskoga as an industrial city, the way forward and the Alfred Nobel-Karlskoga brand.

Annika Grälls: Sustainable public gastronomy and the return of the “gray-pea”
A collaboration between the School of Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Meal Science, Örebro University, Alfred Nobel Science Park, Hällefors Municipality and the Hällefors company DelMat. The project includes: research, entrepreneurship, integration, sustainability and innovation.

Katarina Rönnbacka-Nybäck and Malin Wistrand Region Örebro County
Örebro county has much to offer visitors – beautiful, vibrant cities, stunning varied countryside and a huge range of experiences and activities, both in nature and culturally: in design, food, history, traditions and lifestyle.

14.30-16.00 AMEXCI’s CEO Edvin Resebo introduces us to additive manufacturing (Gammelbackavägen 2 Karlskoga)
To increase the pace of innovation in additive manufacturing (3D-printing), Sweden's largest industries, at the initiative of Marcus Wallenberg, have joined forces and launched joint-venture company AMEXCI AB. AMEXCI has chosen to focus on three categories of additive manufacturing: Powder Bed Fusion, Directed Energy Deposit and Binder Jetting.

19.00 Dinner at the Governor’s residence, Örebro Castle

Tisdag 28 maj

Agneta Blom, Chairman of the City Council of Örebro is the host of the day.
08.30 Pick up at the Elite Stora Hotellet
09.00-11.00 Epiroc (Klerkgatan 20, Örebro)
The CEO Jonas Albertsson introduces You to Epiroc, a leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resource industries. Epiroc develops and manufactures innovative drilling units, rock excavation and construction equipment with cutting-edge technology and provides world-class service and consumables. We will have the opportunity to visit the simulator park or the control tower.

11.15-11.30 Bus transfer to Örebro University

11.45-12.05 Welcome by Vice-Chancellor Johan Schnürer (Musikhögskolan, Örebro universitet)
Introduction to Örebro University and its strong research into artificial intelligence, food and health, ageing, and the environment.

12:05-12:50 Research interaction: robotics – sensory science – music
At the School of Music, the robotics-music interaction is introduced and staged by, Peter Knudsen, senior lecturer in musical interpretation and Alessandro Saffiotti, professor of computer science. Together with one of the School of Music’s students we will experience research interactions within the fields of robotics-music and sensory science-music. Professor Åsa Öström from the Sense Lab at the School of Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Meal Science, performs multisensory experiments that are part of the research into improved sensory experiences for older people.

12:50-14:00 A stroll through campus to the Faculty Club were lunch is served

14:10-15:30 Visit to the RobotLab
Örebro University and its Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems has a leading position in artificial intelligence. During the visit, we will receive an overview of the research area, including a description of the major trends in artificial intelligence. Following the presentation by Amy Loutfi, professor of information technology, there will be a tour of the labs where applications are explored together with various regional actors.

15.40-16.40 Bus transfer to Örebro Travel Center via the nature reserve Oset and Rynningeviken
What used to be a military area, a landfill and an oil harbor has undergone a tremendous transformation. Today it has a fantastic and varied nature with a rich bird and plant life which is just a few minutes by bike from central Örebro. From the early 90s and 20 years onwards, a great restoration of the landscape was carried out. New wetlands, pastures and meadows were created - for the benefit of both plants, animals and people. Today Oset is one of the country's richest bird areas. The visit to Oset and Rynningeviken will be 30 min long (15.55 16.25).
The local guide during the bus trip is Jenny S.

16.57 The train departs to Stockholm

Kontakta oss

Koordinator, Länsstyrelsen, Anna Wiktorsson, telefon: 010 224 86 16

Presschef, Länsstyrelsen, Sten Renglin, telefon: 0706-20 42 09

UD, Birgitta Rickardsson, telefon: 072-242 65 37

Örebro universitet, Linda.Harradine, telefon 070 643 14 70

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