Events in the next 3 months


Ongoing is the 11th Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum in Bangkok, Thailand, which is being held concurrently with the Asean Fisheries and Aquaculture Conference and Exposition 2016 and the 6th Global Symposium on Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries. It ends Aug. 7.


We've picked 22 other events that are slated in August, September, October and November, including the 2nd International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment, which will be held in Messolonghi, Greece, on Nov. 10 – 12, 2016.



11th Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum

August 3 – 7, 2016

Bangkok, Thailand


The Thai Department of Fisheries hosts the 11th Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum to be held at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC) on Aug. 3-7.


Concurrently held will be the Asean Fisheries and Aquaculture Conference and Exposition 2016 and the 6th Global Symposium on Gender in Aquaculture & Fisheries (GAF6), which aims to increase the profile of women in aquaculture and fisheries, as well as increase capacity for gender research and the implementation of gender policy.


The Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum provides an international platform for scientists from all over the world to discuss issues pertaining to sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in the Asia-Pacific region. The forum also welcomes traders, producers and researchers from around the world.


With the theme "Seafood for the World & Asian Food Security for the World", the forum will be a mixture of keynote speeches, participant presentations, and posters and plenary discussions. Invited speakers from around the world will share their experiences and lessons-learned in fisheries and aquaculture. Participants from all over Asia and elsewhere will showcase recent advances in fisheries and aquaculture research and development in Asia.


The forum programme will run for three and a half days (Aug. 3-6) with a welcome reception on Aug. 4. The programme will include thematic plenary session with distinguished speakers from the fisheries and aquaculture and gender community and beyond; thematic concurrent sessions selected from individual abstracts; and poster presentations and competition.


The Forum Marketplace will provide a networking hub where participants can rent a stall or table to display publications, make known their organisation, promote specific projects, exchange proposals and generally make contacts. The exposition area is 7,750 square meters with 450 booths (3x3 meters).


More than 10,000 visitors are expected, and targeted exhibitors are from international fish producers, traders, processors, and equipment suppliers, as well as food service and catering operators.


The last plenary and closing ceremony will be on Aug. 6.


For more information, you may contact the Fisheries Foreign Affairs Division of the Department of Fisheries at tel./fax +662 579 7941 or email; or the Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific (NACA) at tel. +662 561 1728, fax: +662 561 1727 or email Also, log on to


To register for the forum, visit their forum registration page.



Asean Fisheries & Aquaculture Conference and Exposition 2016

August 4 – 6, 2016

Bangkok, Thailand


The Thai Department of Fisheries (DOF) will host this year'sAsean Fisheries & Aquaculture Conference and Exposition 2016 and the 11th Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum and Exhibition on Aug. 4-6 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC).


A concurrent international scientific conference will be organised by DOF, the Asian Fisheries Society, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC), Network of Aquaculture Centres in Asia-Pacific, also at BITEC on Aug. 3-6, featuring speakers from around the world, who will share their experiences and lessons learned in fisheries and aquaculture. About 1,000 participants are expected to attend the conference.


The Asian Fisheries and Aquaculture Forum is one of the important activities of Asian Fisheries Society as it provides an international platform for distinguished scientists from all over the world to discuss the issues pertaining to sustainable fisheries and aquaculture in the Asia-Pacific Region.


The Southeast Asian region is one of the world's major fish and fishery production areas, accounting for about 20% (18.4 million tonnes) of global capture fisheries production and 32% of global aquaculture production (21.2 million tonnes). 


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Aqua Fisheries Cambodia Expo 2016

August 8 – 9, 2016

Phnom Penh, Cambodia


Aqua Fisheries is the only international trade show for aquaculture and fisheries in Cambodia. It will be held for two days at Phnom Penh Hotel along Preah Monivong Blvd.


Among the items on exhibit are seafood products, fisheries equipment, marine biotechnology materials including aquafeed, and fishing articles. Exhibitors will also be treated to free tours of fish farms and processing plants.


Cambodia is home to some of the world's most intensive freshwater fisheries. The 2.6 million tonnes of fish caught annually in the Mekong basin represent seven times more than the catch of North American inland fisheries and more than 10 times the entire fish catch in Australia. Fish production in Cambodia is three times as big as the country's pig production and 20 times bigger than its chicken production. Most Cambodians rely on fish as a source of affordable protein.


Aqua Fisheries Cambodia Expo 2016 is organised by Veas Co. Limited. For inquiries, contact +84 8 3842 7755 or e-mail Visit for more info.



FishAdapt: Global Conference on Climate Change Adaptation for Fisheries and Aquaculture

August 8 – 10, 2016

Bangkok, Thailand


This global conference on climate change adaptation in fisheries and aquaculture will be held in Bangkok on Aug. 8-10. The "FishAdapt" conference is being organised by 21 partner organisations from around the world and sponsored by the governments of Japan, Norway, Thailand and the United States.


Climate change is altering aquatic ecosystems, driving shifts in physical and chemical processes, ecological communities and the distribution and abundance of species. These changes have implications for fisheries management, food security and the livelihoods of more than 600 million people worldwide who are employed in fisheries and aquaculture and related industries.


This conference is targeted at scientists, development professionals and natural resource managers working in the context of fisheries, aquaculture, rural development and related fields. It will provide a forum to share practical experiences in understanding the vulnerabilities associated with climate change and the development of risk management and adaptation strategies.


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August 16 – 19, 2016

Trondheim, Norway


Since 1960, Nor-Fishing has been an important national and international meeting place for the fisheries industry. Today it is one of the largest fisheries technology exhibitions in the world. In recent years, the exhibition has drawn around 15,000 visitors from about 50 countries. Innovations of importance to all sectors of the industry are presented here.


The fisheries industry has developed tremendously over the past 50 years, and technology, processes and services related to fishing, processing, transport and marketing haveundergone an incredible development. All the major fishing nations are present either as exhibitors, visitors or in official delegations.


During Nor-Fishing, numerous seminars, mini-conferences, lectures, debates and presentations are held. At the exhibition, visitors and exhibitors alike can participate in various social events both during the day and in the evening. The conditions are perfect for meeting old friends as well as new contacts and customers in an informal setting.


The event, organised by The NOR-Fishing Foundation, will be held in Trondheim Spektrum, Trondheim, Norway.


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The Aquaculture Roundtable Series (TARS) 2016

August 17 – 18, 2016

Phuket, Thailand


TARS 2016 is a follow-up to the 2014 meeting that focused on the recovery, revival and renaissance of Asia's shrimp aquaculture, and the industry's struggles to contain disease outbreaks, mainly that of the early mortality syndrome (EMS) and white spot syndrome virus (WSSV).


It will be held in JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa on Aug. 17-18.


The theme for the sixth series this year is "Shrimp Aquaculture & the New Normal". Despite some progress, in terms of management and disease preventive measures, vulnerability to disease outbreaks continues to disrupt production. Asia's production of farmed shrimp, on the whole, declined to an estimated 2.2 million tonnes in 2015 compared with the pre-EMS production of 3.2 million tonnes in 2011. Currently, non-EMS affected countries like Indonesia, Philippines and India contribute to the global shortfall in supply.


TARS 2016 will provide a neutral platform for key industry stakeholders to convene and exchange insights and experiences as to how Asia can reconcile, as a unified group, to increase its sphere of control in disease prevention and management. The objective is to bring the industry to a New Normal to better manage and control the variables in shrimp farming; build on industrialisation; and develop technical, operational and production efficiency.


TARS has become the industry's foremost opinion-leading aquaculture event in Asia. Leading international experts will facilitate the plenary and interactive breakout sessions.


TARS 2016 will also be the place for networking and dialogue among Asia's key players in the shrimp aquaculture sector, including CEOs, geneticists, farm and hatchery managers, integrators, feed producers, technologists, investors, marketers, as well as governments, NGOs and academia.


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The 18th Japan International Seafood and Technology Expo

August 17 –19, 2016

Tokyo, Japan


The upcoming 18th Japan International Seafood Show will be held on Aug. 17-19 at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, bringing together about 800 seafood and fisheries-related companies from all over the world. Some 35,000 domestic and international visitors are expected. There will be around 1,300 booths.


Concurrently held will be the World Aquaculture Expo 2016, Sushi Expo 2016 and Freshness Keeping and Distribution Technology Expo 2016. With Japan being one of the top seafood consumers in the world, the show has drawn the interest exhibitors from all over the world. Organiser Japan Fisheries Association expects the event to become an important platform for all the international seafood and seafood-related businesses to meet face to face and network.


The show secretariat can be reached at tel. +81-3-5775-2855; fax +81-3-5775-2856.



11th Int'l Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture & 2016 Aquaculture Innovation Workshop

August 19 – 21, 2016

Roanoke, Virginia, USA


The Freshwater Institute is partnering with the 11th annual International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture (ICRA) to offer two concurrent events. The ICRA offers a wider scope of aquaculture-related topics, including research, enterprise and discovery, and unique opportunities for discussion. The Aquaculture Innovation Workshop (AIW) focuses on the technical, biological and economic performance of land-based recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) for production of market-sized fish.


The venue for the conference and workshop is the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center.


The Recirculating Aquaculture conference will feature presentations and poster sessions from leading experts in recirculating aquaculture—well over 80 papers will be showcased during the event. Equipment manufacturers, company representatives, producers, researchers, regulators, investors and others can discuss the challenges and breakthroughs in recirculating aquaculture in the trade show area. The 2016 conference promotes both structured and informal learning opportunities. Sessions and industry representatives will reflect the state of recirculating aquaculture.


Visitors can also explore new products and technologies at the trade show.


The Aquaculture Innovation Workshop will focus discussion on the technical, biological and economic performance of land-based recirculating aquaculture systems for production of market-sized fish. Reaching across the value chain, each program is designed to support the active engagement of researchers, commercial-scale producers, industry suppliers, regulators, the market, environmental organisations and investors interested in the growing opportunity in sustainable aquaculture.


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3rd International Conference on Fisheries and Aquaculture

August 24 – 25, 2016

Negombo, Sri Lanka


The 3rd International Conference on Fisheries and Aquaculture is an important forum for the presentation of new advances, research findings and the newest technologies in the fields of fisheries and aquaculture whether it is theoretical, experimental or applied.


The conference, with the theme "Aquaculture as an imperative segment of blue economy and sustainable development goals", will bring together leading aqua professionals, researchers and scientists from around the world to discuss new findings and current issues pertaining to aquaculture. It is Sri Lanka's largest annual event devoted to the fisheries and aquaculture, and will give participants a platform to exchange ideas, discover novel opportunities, reacquaint with colleagues, meet new friends, and broaden their knowledge.


The conference, organised by The International Institute of Knowledge Management with its academic partner, the Asian Institute of Technology, will be held at Goldi Sands Hotel in Negombo.


Keynote speakers will be Prof. Sena S. De Silva of the School of Life & Environmental Sciences, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia; and Associate Prof. Amararatne Yakupitiyage of the Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.


For inquiries, you may contact the conference secretariat at tel. +94 113 098 521/2 or the hotline: +94 768 223 146. Fax: +94 112 835 571; e-mail:


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11th Shanghai International Fisheries & Seafood Exhibition 2016

August 25 –27, 2016

Shanghai, China


Top Chinese seafood companies will be joined in this year's SIFSE by their foreign counterparts from the US, Korea, Ecuador, Canada, France, Norway, Vietnam, Malaysia, Iceland, Chile, Pakistan, Spain, Argentina, Thailand, New Zealand, the Netherlands and Australia, among others.


Organised by Shanghai Gehua Exhibition Service Co. Ltd., SIFSE will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center. Special focus will be on B2B trade of aquatic products.Exhibits will include fresh, frozen, live, processed and value-added seafood and aquatic products; processing, packaging, preservation technology and equipment; fishing tools and technologies; aquaculture technologies and equipment; and aquatic feed and drugs.


Last year SIFSE attracted 24,186 visitors. This year the number of exhibitors and visitors is expected to be larger.


For more info, call +86 21 3782 9778 or log on to



2016 China (Guangzhou) International Aquaculture Exhibition

August 26 – 28, 2016

Guangzhou, China


The 2016 China (Guangzhou) International Aquaculture Exhibition (FISHEX 2016) is conceived to facilitate the international fishery and seafood businesses, as well as provide a platform for exhibition, procurement, trade negotiations, technical fora, and information and communication. The event also allows the aquaculture enterprises in other parts of the world to have access to the Chinese market and expand their international market shares.


Venue of this fishery show is the China Import & Export Fair (Canton Fair) in Guangzhou.


The event is organised and hosted by the Guangzhou Fishex 2016 Committee and the Guangzhou Boyi Global Exhibition Co. Ltd.


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Seafood Expo Asia

September 6 – 8, 2016

Hong Kong


Asia is the premium seafood marketplace for Asia, offering companies a unique chance to meet with qualified buyers in the Asian seafood market. The three-day event, which will be held at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (Halls 5B and C) in Wanchai, attracts over 8,600 buyers and suppliers of live, fresh, frozen and value-added seafood products from across the globe. There is a series of onsite events, including buyer networking event, master classes, educational sessions and culinary demonstrations. Located in Hong Kong, an essential locationwith its duty-free port status, Seafood Expo Asia is the way to reach China and the rest of Asia.


Seafood Expo Asia is organised by Diversified Communications (phone: +1 207 842 5500; website:


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Shrimp Academy 2016

Calmar, Iowa, USA

September 9 – 11, 2016


Shrimp Academy is a three-day intensive training workshop, which will be held at the Northeast Iowa Community College along 1625 Highway 150 South.


Featured speakers include: Dr. Tzachi Samocha, keynote speaker; Dr. Alber Heber of Purdue University; Dr. Thomas Zeigler and Ms. Cheryl Shew, both of Zeigler Bros Inc. Dr. Saamocha has been involved in the development of sustainable shrimp production practices with emphasis on super-intensive, biofloc-dominated, no water exchange systems and transfer of this technology to commercial producers. He currently continues to advance this work through his worldwide consulting services. 


Topics include:


-- Energy audits and efficiency for shrimpers

-- How to use spreadsheets to monitor your tanks for trends

-- Latest feed program from Zeiglers

-- Calculating carbon needs for optimizing nitrifiers

-- Taking samples and monitoring for vibrio

-- Making a foam fractionator

-- Measuring total suspended solids

-- Cleaning and biosecurity


Participants are asked to bring their laptops with Microsoft Excel capabilities in order to fully participate in this intensive workshop.


For inquiries, email them at or call tel. 563 737 2511; mobile 563 379 0514. To register, log on to     



Aquaculture Canada and Cold Harvest 2016 Conference and Tradeshow

September 18 – 21, 2016

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada


The Aquaculture Canada and Cold Harvest Conference and Tradeshow 2016 will take place at the Delta Hotel in St. John's, Newfoundland, from Sept. 18 to 21.


Aquaculture is recognised globally as a sustainable food production activity, and Canada has a role and responsibility to play in growing more seafood. The conference will highlight the advances in science and technology of Canadian aquaculture, in preparing for the sustainable food systems of the future.


Exhibiting at this event is an excellent opportunity to meet and network with the aquaculture industry and its support personnel. It is also a great opportunity for students to network with industry, government and academia, as well as present their research projects.


Students are an integral part of the annual meetings of the Aquaculture Association of Canada and several sessions will be devoted to student activities. For the past 30 years the AAC has provided assistance for students to attend the annual conference and has organised a competition for student presentations, both oral and poster. Each year the AAC awards up to three different types of student awards: best student presentation (oral and poster); student scholarship; and student travel awards.


Starting this year, there is a new award for Best Proceedings contribution by a student. It will come with a monetary award after the papers are submitted for adjudication.


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AquaEpi I - 2016

September 20 – 22, 2016

Oslo, Norway


This first global conference on aquatic animal epidemiology aims to bring together leading scientists, researchers and research students from all parts of the world to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of aquatic animal epidemiology. It will also provide a platform for discussion about how to meet the research needs of aquaculture industry and facilitate interaction with stakeholders, industry and regulatory agencies for fruitful collaborations.


The conference will provide in-depth coverage of current and future epidemiological tools and their practical implications to aquaculture. Topic-focused sessions will cover but not limit to:


-- optimising use of epidemiology data

-- design and evaluation of risk factor studies

-- molecular epidemiology

-- spatial and temporal patterns in prevalence and risk mapping

-- diagnostic misclassification

-- design and evaluation of surveillance and control

-- risk analysis


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Aquaculture Europe 2016

September 20 – 23, 2016

Edinburgh, Scotland 


While certain sectors of European aquaculture have continued to grow over recent years, overall production has plateaued. There are numerous initiatives to stimulate growth, coupled to demographic and market conditions that show an increased demand, although their potential impact is diminished by varying factors.


The Aquaculture Europe 2016 event will present the latest science to support further development, and industry panels will discuss key opportunities and challenges for growth in aquaculture.


The event is organised by the European Aquaculture Society (tel. +32 59 323859, It has the support of Marine Scotland and The Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland.


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Humber Seafood Summit

September 28, 2016

Cleethorpes, UK


Humber Seafood Summit—organised and coordinated by Seafish in association with key stakeholders in the Humber area, around the UK and globally—draws interest from key people in the distributors, processors, foodservice and retail sectors of the UK seafood industry.


This year's summit, which will be held at The Pier, Cleethorpes, has three key themes for 2016: the seafood consumer, aquaculture and trade. The event brings together a panel of respected industry and national Governmentspeakers and delegates from across Europe and further afield.


Discussions include retail and foodservice trends, aquaculture developments, seafood trade, supply chain development, product integrity and reputation and global outlooks.


A Seafood Fayre evening networking event will be held on Sept. 27 at the Humber Royal Hotel, Grimsby.


Guest and keynote speakers who will enhance the topics and themes of the summit.


Register for the event by e-mailing Julie Snowden of Seafish at or calling her at mobile 07876 035 736. You may visit Seafish's website at



Aqua Fisheries Myanmar 2016

September 28 –30, 2016

Yangon, Myanmar 


The third edition of Aqua Fisheries Myanmar will be back on Sept. 28-30 with its mission to promote trade activities between international enterprises and local companies in Yangon.


The show is organisedby Minh Vi Exhibition & Advertisement Services Co., Ltd (Veas Co. Ltd) with support from the Ministry of Livestock Fisheries and Rural Development and the Myanmar Fisheries Federation.


Last year's show saw the participation of 60 companies, organisations and institutions from 17 countries including the US, Canada, Norway, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Vietnam.


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3rd International Conference on Aquaculture & Fisheries

September 29 – October 1, 2016

London, UK


Aquaculture congress is a premier event that brings together an international mix of experts, like aquaculture engineers, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research innovations. 


With the theme "Innovations in Controlled Environment Aquaculture", the conference will cover new research techniques and concentrate on aquaculture exhibition of new feeds, fish welfare, antibiotics and instruments introduced by the aquaculture fisheries laboratories, among others.


After the first successful meeting in 2015 in Brisbane, the conference this year will be the next chance for the international aquaculture community to meet aquaculture professionals of Europe and to learn about the latest "Innovations in Controlled Environment Aquaculture" with such direct access to qualified buyers and suppliers from all over the globe representing all aspects of the aquaculture industry. All the major aquaculture countries are represented by exhibitors and visitors


In this three-day meeting there will be six half-day sessions encompassing current important topics in aquaculture & fisheries, with seven invited lectures, 87 oral presentations, 120 posters and many more recreational activities for attendees.


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AquaSG'16 (Aquaculture Singapore)

October 19 – 21, 2016



The Aquaculture Singapore Conference was first held in 2015 as part of the opening of the Centre for Aquaculture and Veterinary Science at Temasek Polytechnic and to promote Singapore as a hub for innovative aquaculture solutions.


Following a positive response from the two-day conference and workshop, the organizing committee has engaged Asian Aquaculture Network (AAN) to present AquaSG'16 this year, which comprises a three-day conference, exhibition and pre-conference workshops.


This rebranded edition in 2016 will provide an excellent platform for learning and discussing ideas about aquaculture science and technology including topics such as nutrition, health and disease, culture system, genetic and broodstock selection.


Parallel to the conference are opportunities for exhibitors to present nutrition products, instruments and equipment for farm management, diagnostics and therapeutics to promote sustainable aquaculture practices in the industry.


The pre-conference workshops (dealing with shrimp culture system, shrimp diseases, nutrition and biosecurity and hatchery and broodstock) will be held on Oct. 17-18.


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10th Annual Algae Biomass Summit

October 23 – 26, 2016

Phoenix, Arizona, USA


Produced by the Algae Biomass Organisation (ABO), this event, dubbed as the world's largest algae conference, unites industry professionals from all sectors of the world's algae utilisation industries including those involved in financing, algal ecology, genetic systems, carbon partitioning, engineering & analysis, aquaculture, biofuels, animal feeds, fertilizers, bioplastics, supplements and foods. Algae can provide nutrition for animals and people, among others.


Based on the preliminary agenda for the summit released on July 5 by ABO, the plenary and breakout sessions promise a wide range of discussions about the latest advances in algae commercialization, research and finance. The agenda for the Summit can be viewed at:


Arizona is home to some of the US' most advanced test beds for new algae technologies, cultivation techniques and product development with multiple testing facilities, training programs and research centres. It has blossomed into a key algae technology hub for products ranging from pharmaceuticals to nutraceuticals to biofuels, making it an ideal location for showcasing the wide variety of products that the algae industry has to offer.


This algae biomass summit is attended by leading producers of algae products to network with industry suppliers and technology providers, by project developers to converse with utility executives, and researchers and technology developers to rub elbows with venture capitalists.


Early-bird registration is available until August 1.


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6th International Conference of Aquaculture Indonesia (ICAI)

October 27 – 29, 2016

Kuta-Bali, Indonesia


The International Conference of Aquaculture Indonesia 2016 is be one of the most significant regional or global aquaculture events held in Indonesia. This is the sixth event of ICAI which, starting this year, becomes the annual international forum for the aquaculture community—academics, researchers, students, market and industry analysts, government officials, policy makers and industry representatives—organised and hosted by Indonesian Aquaculture Society (MAI).


This conference is designed to encourage the exchange of ideas, information and knowledge between scientists and industry personnel on important issues in aquaculture and finding solutions to support the industry. This conference will be a meeting forum and current-information sharing between scientists and the business actors in aquaculture coming from all over Asia-Pacific and other countries.


The theme for ICAI 2016 is "Innovations in Aquaculture Technology for Sustainable Aquaculture in the Future". Global food demand will increase by much as 70% by 2050 due to increased population. High food demand has positioned aquaculture as an important industry sector and as food-supply and economic mover. Indonesia has the potential to be the biggest aquaculture producer in the world (67.7 million tonnes per year) consisting of marine aquaculture sector (47 million tonnes), brackishwater aquaculture sector (15 million tonnes), and freshwater aquaculture sector (5.7 million tonnes). However, this high potential is just utilised up to 11%. A sustainable aquaculture management is needed in Indonesia, including the development of infrastructure, investment, friendly environment and human resources. The aquaculture industry must reduce reliance on fishmeal and fish oil as a key ingredient in aqua feeds. A focus on looking for new sources omega-3 will be very important in developing sustainable aqua feeds.


This conference will tackle the many threats and opportunities and consider how to best manage the sustainable development of the global aquaculture industry. There will be plenary sessions and topics-based parallel class sessions for two days of the conference. The class sessions will consist of 1.) diseases and aquaculture sustainability; 2.) aquaculture management and technology; 3.) feed management and nutrition; 4.) genetics and breeding; 5.) aquaculture business and marketing (shrimp, finfish, seaweed, eel); and 6.) Farmers Day and applied technology forum.


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2nd International Congress of Macrobrachium

Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico

November 9 – 11, 2016


The International Congress of Macrobrachium is organised for the second time by several educational and research institutions of Mexico (CIC-UdeG, CIIDIR-IPN, CIBNOR, UJAT and UNAM-FESI) in an effort to improve the knowledge of the biology and taxonomy, ecological aspects, genetics, aquaculture and fisheries of the freshwater prawns of genus Macrobrachium.


This event will gather researchers, students and producers who work with this group of organisms. The congress covers several aspects of the Macrobrachium and features lectures, oral and poster presentations, special sessions and competitions.


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2nd International Congress on Applied Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment 

November 10 – 12, 2016

Messolonghi, Greece


This international congress tackles the latest developments, new methods and technologies, trends and research activities in Greece and abroad. It will give opportunities for exchanges of opinions and knowledge.


The congress, HydroMediT 2016 for short, will focus on research and innovation technology applied mainly in the Mediterranean and its adjacent waters, but interesting solutions from other parts of the world will also be accepted. The main theme of the Congress will be: "Global Trends and Innovations for the Sustainable Development of Aquaculture & Fisheries in Our Region".


General fields of interest will be aquaculture, fisheries, processing of aquatic products, economics and marketing of fisheries products, environmental management, and inland aquatic resources.


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