Aquaculture 2015

Cutting Edge Science in Aquaculture

23 - 26 August 2015 | Le Corum, Montpellier, France

Aquaculture 2013, which was held in Las Palmas during 3-7 November 2013, was a great success with over 400 participants attending and experiencing the innovative and original oral and poster presentations.

Aquaculture 2015 will follow on from this success, using the motto Cutting Edge Science in Aquaculture. It will highlight the top scientific approaches being used to advance the global aquaculture industry. The conference is a must if you and your research group are at the cutting edge of aquaculture science, especially if your research is advancing aquaculture diseases, feeds, genetics, ecological interactions, and sustainable systems.

The main research themes at Aquaculture 2015 will be:

  • Research innovations on aquaculture's interactions with the environment
  • Modern methods for disease detection and control
  • Applications for physiology and experimental biology to improve the sustainability of aquaculture
  • New targets and tools for selective breeding of aquaculture species
  • Nutritional advances using molecular techniques
  • The governance of aquaculture value chains
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Conference Committee
Conference Chair
  • Gideon Hulata, Rishon Lezion, Israel

International Committee
  • Brian Austin, University of Stirling, UK
  • John Benzie, University College Cork, Ireland
  • Barry Costa-Pierce, University of New England, USA
  • Tony Farrell, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • Delbert Gatlin, Texas A&M University, USA
  • Dave Little, University of Stirling, UK
  • Elena Mente, University of Thessaly, Greece and Honorary Fellow University of Aberdeen, UK
  • Wagner Valenti, Sao Paulo State University – UNESP, Brazil
  • Anne van Dam, UNESCO-IHE, The Netherlands
  • Wenbing Zhang, Ocean University of China, China
  • Simon Bush, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
  • Peter Edwards, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand and Asia Aquaculture
  • Dennis Hedgecock, University of Southern California, USA
  • Simon Mackenzie, University of Stirling, UK
  • Stéphane Panserat, INRA, France
  • Amir Sagi, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Supporting Publications
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In association with
  • EAS
  • WAS