The Plenary Sessions will be happening in the Great Hall in the main building (the sessions will also be broadcast online)


Addressing the Climate Crisis – Actions for the European Countries 11:00-12:30

The main questions addressed in this plenary session will be:

  • Significant events, policies that have impacted climate issues in the past 5 years within the European Union/ Latvia;
  • The impact of COP28 and European Parliament decisions have on climate issues globally and locally;
  • What can we expect to see in the future? The road to a greener Europe.

Discussion participants:

Selīna Vancāne

Riga City Councilor, Recently chaired the Housing and Environment committee and previously deputy chair of the Committee for more than 2 years. Chairing the Climate-neutrality working group to ensure sustainable energy and climate policy planning and implementation in Riga city.

⁠Karlīna Emīlija Melberga 

Civically engaged student; Head of International Affairs in Riga Stradins university’s Student Union, in the past was a member of a youth organization called “House” or “Māja” in Latvian. 

Mihails Kozlovs

MSc/EMBA, Member of the European Court of Auditors.

Vineta Kleinberga

A researcher at the Latvian Institute of International Affairs and a Researcher and a Lecturer at the Faculty of European Studies at Rīga Stradiņš University.

Discussion moderators from Studentu medijs “Skaļāk”:

Anna Apīne & Monta Bērziņa


The future of military medicine – how will AI impact the industry? 11:00-12:30

The main questions addressed in this plenary session will be:

  • Military medicine as such – challenges, current events;
  • The integration of AI in the field of military medicine;
  • What can we expect to see in the future? Teaching young professionals.

Discussion participants:

Assoc. prof. Vladimirs Voicehovskis 

Head of Military lecturers’ group, RSU Department of Internal Diseases

⁠Dr. Olafs Libermanis

Traumatologist, microsurgeon 

Kaspars Grosu 

Head of customer relations and business development at “Datamed”

Discussion moderator from Studentu medijs “Skaļāk”:

Katrīne Liepzare