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RETI Symposium 2019

  • Fechas:

    Del 29/04/19 al 03/05/19

  • Lugar:

    Edificio central universidad de la laguna, San Cristóbal de La Laguna, España (mapa)

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Welcome to the Canary Islands’ two public universities: the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of La Laguna. We are glad to welcome you in Europe’s number one tourist destination; an archipelago characterized by its great biological diversity, unique ecosystems and singular traditions. We are also proud to be the only universities that are European and geographically African.
 
 

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UNIVERSIDAD DE LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA (ULPGC)
 
 
Monday 29th April 2019
(Marine Scientific Park of the ULPGC in Taliarte)
 
 
16h30-17h00 Opening Ceremony 
  • President of RETI, Prof. Clive Mulholland, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UK)
  • Rector of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Prof. Rafael Robaina Romero 
  • Rector of the University of La Laguna, Prof. Antonio Martinón Cejas
  • Mayor of Telde, Carmen Rosa Hernández Jorge
 
17h00-19h00 Visit of the Marine Scientific Park of the ULPGC in Taliarte
 
19h30 Dinner at El Caserón del Cortijo (Telde)
 
 
Tuesday 30th April 2019
(Rectorate Building)
 
 
9h00-9h30 Welcome Reception 
  • Rector of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Rafael Robaina Romero
  • Vice-Rector of Internationalization and Cooperation, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Richard Clouet
  • Director of RETI, Mathieu Graziani
 
9h30-10h30 Plenary conference “Biological Oceanography Studies in the Canary Islands”. May Gómez Cabrera, Full-Professor of Marine Zoology and Director of EOMAR Reseach Group, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. 
 
10h30-11h00 Coffee break
 
11h00-12h20 Session I: Tourism and Island Economy 
  • Co-Chairs: Robert Greenwood, Memorial University of Newfoundland
                      Francisco López del Pino, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
            Presentations: 
  1. When promoting island’s cohesion is diverting trade: insights from Corsica? Sandrine Noblet (Université de Corse)
  2. Circular and Blue Economy: Banana by-products in the aquaculture sector. Sara Ramírez-Bolaños (ULPGC)
  3. Holiday Rental in the Canary Islands and the new opportunities brought by recent rulings of the Spanish Supreme Court. Carlos Andrés Bethencourt González (ULPGC)
  4. Rural Development and ICT. Fleur Ward (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  5. Multidisciplinary approach to Islands circular economy challenges. Carlos Rodríguez Robaina (ULPGC) 
  6. Understanding the relationship between Scuba Diving and Ecosystem Services from an Ecotourism Perspective in the Canary Islands. Simone Phore (ULPGC)
 
12h20-13h40 Session II: Ocean Sciences 
  •  Co-Chairs: Linda Stewart, University of the Highlands and Islands
                       May Gómez Cabrera, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria    
           Presentations: 
  1. Advances in the Marine Spatial Planning in the Canary Islands (MarSP project). Inmaculada Herrera Rivero (ULPGC)
  2. Broodstock selection and nutritional programming improve the utility of low fishmeal and low fish oil diet in offspring. Hanlin Xu (ULPGC)
  3. Essential fatty acid requirements for meagre (Argyrosomus regius): from growth to disease resistance. Marta Carvalho (ULPGC)
  4. Study on greater amberjack skin mucus; health and welfare implications. Álvaro Fernández-Montero (ULPGC)
  5. Evaluation and genetic parameters assessment of third generation of national genetic improvement program for gilthead sea bream (PROGENSA III). Sergi León (ULPGC)
 
13h40-15h00 Buffet lunch 
 
15h00-16h00 Session III: Literature and Languages on Islands 
  • Co-Chairs: Mathieu Gaziani, Université de Corse
                      María Soraya García Sánchez, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
           Presentations: 
  1. The role of Translation and Interpreting in the internationalization of Canary Islands businesses into North West African markets. Carolina Álvarez Díaz (ULPGC)
  2. El español como herramienta para la internacionalización. Antonio Cano Ginés (ULL)
  3. Domingo López Torres and Virgilio Piñera: Representations of the Self in Early 20th Century Canarian and Cuban Poetry. Alejandra Gricell Acosta Mota (ULL)
  4. La insularidad en la novela criminal española: nuevos espacios, personajes y tramas. Javier Rivero Grandoso (ULL)  
 
16h00-17h30 Parallel Sessions
  • Presidents’ Session I
  • Students’ Networking Meeting I
 
17h45-19h00 Visit of Vegueta and the Colombus Museum
 
19h00 Reception at the Columbus Museum
 
 
Wednesday 1st May 2019 
(Gran Canaria>Tenerife) 
 
  • Tour around the island of Gran Canaria (Maspalomas, Agaete)
  • 18h00 Ferry crossing to Tenerife
  • 19h20 Transport from Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s port to Hotel Nivaria in La laguna
  • 20h00 Cocktail at La Laguna Gran Hotel rooftop offered by ULL Rector
 
 
UNIVERSIDAD DE LA LAGUNA (Tenerife)
 
 
Thursday 2nd May 2019
 
 
8h00 Departure from Hotel Nivaria to Santa Cruz de Tenerife 
 
9h00-10h00 Instituto Español de Oceanografía. Centro Oceoanográfico de Canarias (COC). (Spanish Institute of Oceanography)Visit and presentation led by Luis José López Abellán. Director of Centro Oceanográfico de Canarias.
 
10h30 -11h00 Coffee break
(Faculty of Economy, Business and Tourism, Campus de Guajara)
 
11h00-12h30 Parallel Sessions 
  • Presidents’ Session II 
  • Session IV: Tourism, Islands Economy and Energy
  • Co-Chairs: Raúl Hernández Martín, Director of Cátedra de Turismo CajaCanarias-Ashotel-ULL
                      Ricardo Guerrero Lemus, Director of Master on Renewable Energy, ULL

           Presentations:

  1. Cold water islands: tourism and ICT. Fleur Ward (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  2. Titular figures: A touristic passport? Jeanne Ferrari-Giovanangeli (Université de Corse)
  3. Optimized protected area management tools to contribute to island economic development. Bouredji Aicha (Université de Corse)

12h30-13h30 Plenary Conference. “Of whales, fish, humans and invasive species: natural, social and economic values of preserved marine ecosystems". Natacha Aguilar de Soto, Researcher in Animal Biology, Edaphology and Geology, ULL. 

13h30-14h30 Lunch 
 
14h30-15h30 Sesion V: Regional Development and Social Innovation
  • Co-Chairs: Flora María Díaz Pérez, Universidad de La Laguna 
                      Jim Randall, University of Prince Edward Island
           Presentations: 
  1. The role of the University in Social Innovation. Carlos Velázquez (FGULL)
  2. Hospital Malnutrition: implantation of a new screening tool for the early detection of inpatients with nutritional risk in the Canary Islands. Alejandra Mora Mendoza (ULL)
  3. The implications of Brexit for Scottish Islands. Jo Watson and Justin Muzy (University of the Highlands and Islands)
15h30-16h30  Session VI: Heritage, Culture and Languages on Islands 
  • Co-Chairs: Mathieu Graziani, Université de Corse.
                      Antonio Cano, Director of Cooperation, ULL
             Presentations: 
  1. Rome and the islands in roman historical literature. François Santoni (Université de Corse)
  2. The statement of Corsican identity through some ethnoscenological practices. Davia Benedetti (Université de Corse)
  3. The representation of the Island in the poetry of the Riacquistu and its sound image in the modern society. Patricia Gattacceca (Université de Corse)
  4. TSN: Revista de Estudios Transatlánticos. Sergio García de Paz (ULL) y Juan Antonio García Galindo (Universidad de Málaga). 
 
16h30 Departure from Campus Guajara to Hotel Nivaria 
 
18h00-19h00 Visit to La Laguna’s Unesco Heritage City
 
19h00 Departure from Hotel Nivaria to Santa Cruz de Tenerife (free time in Santa Cruz de Tenerife until 20h00) 
 
20h00 Dinner at Real Casino de Tenerife 
 
22h30 Departure from Real Casino de Tenerife to Hotel Nivaria. 
 
 
Friday 3rd May 2019
 
 
8h15 Departure from Hotel Nivaria to SEGAI
 
9h00- 10h00 Departure from Hotel Nivaria to ULL SEGAI- Servicios Generales de Apoyo a la Investigación de la Universidad de La Laguna (General Services of Research Support).(Description of the site)
 
9h00-10h00 Visit to the ULL SEGAI. Visit led by Prof. Francisco Almeida, Vice-Chancellor for Research in ULL
 
10h00 Departure from SEGAI to Computer Engineering School.
 
10h15-11h00 Brainstorming meeting: future actions to be taken by RETI
  • President of RETI, Prof. Clive Mulholland, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UK)
  • Director of RETI, Mathieu Graziani, Vice-President for International Relations of Università di Corsica
  • Vice-Chancellor for Internationalization of the University of La Laguna, Carmen Rubio Armendáriz
 
11h00-11h30 Closing Ceremony
 
  • President of RETI, Prof. Clive Mulholland, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UK)
  • Rector of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Prof. Rafael Robaina Romero 
  • Rector of the University of La Laguna, Prof. Antonio Martinón Cejas
 
11h30-11h45 Visit to BiblioLab
 
11h45-12h15 Coffee break
 
12h15-19h00 Trip to Teide National Park by bus
 
19h00 Arrival to Hotel Nivaria
 
 
Organizing Committee: Clive Mulholland, Mathieu Graziani, Carmen Rubio Armendáriz, Richard Clouet, Sergio Romeo Malanda, Javier Rivero Grandoso, Alejandra Gricell Acosta Mota. 
 
Scientific Committee: Carmen Rubio Armendáriz, Richard Clouet, Sergio Romeo Malanda, Javier Rivero Grandoso. 

 

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