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4th Edition of
World Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference

June 24-26, 2024 | Paris, France

WAC 2024

J L Giovanna Hesley, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation
J L Giovanna Hesley, CropKing, Inc. Curriculum Development, United States

Cultivating young minds for sustainable aquaculture careers: the impact of a five-shelf tower garden Summary: ms. Hesley will discuss the captivating world of aquaculture and sustainable food systems through the innovative five-shelf tower garden. This interactive educational [....] » Read More

Nguyen Quang Linh, Speaker at Fisheries Conference
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Nguyen Quang Linh, Hue University, Vietnam

Lectins are carbohydrate-binding protein domains. The C-type designates a requirement and aquaculture for binding. Proteins contain C-type lectin domains with diverse functions, including cell-cell adhesion, immune response to pathogens, and apoptosis. This study aimed to investi [....] » Read More

Virendra Goswami, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Virendra Goswami, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) & ‘Environment and Peace Foundation, India

By making use of Artificial Intelligence and Remote Sensing (AIRS), the present study aims to understand Ocean Energetics by studying the morphological and dynamical properties of Oceans at Sea-Surface(SS), Sub-Sea-Surface(SSS), and Deep-Sea Surface(DSS) levels e.g., Sea Surface [....] » Read More

Amod Ashok Salgaonkar, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Amod Ashok Salgaonkar, A2S2 Enterprises, India

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Daniel Russek, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Daniel Russek, CEO & Founder, Atarraya Inc, United States

Sustainable. Local. Fresh. These are not the typical attributes associated with shrimp in today's aquaculture industry. Shrimp, a globally beloved protein, faces significant environmental and labor challenges. The conventional shrimp farming industry disrupts marine ecosystem [....] » Read More

Alix Da Fonseca Ferreira, Speaker at Fisheries conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Alix Da Fonseca Ferreira, Universite du Littoral Cote d'Opale, France

Within the realm of seafood production, aquaculture is a pivotal domain, where the intricate dynamics of microbial communities bear significant ramifications for fish health and production efficiency. In aquaculture, particularly in the context of sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) [....] » Read More

Heyde Francielle do Carmo Franca, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Heyde Francielle do Carmo Franca, On-Peixes, Brazil

The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence and computer vision technologies has opened new possibilities for various fields, including fisheries and aquaculture. This article presents an ongoing investigation into the application of Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) for e [....] » Read More

Greg Smith, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Greg Smith, University of Tasmania, Australia

There are several high value marine species that until recently have only been available for harvest as a fishery product. A growing world middle-class is driving increased demand for premium seafood products. To meet market demand an integrated multidisciplinary approach is requ [....] » Read More

Dean Giosio, Speaker at Aquaculture Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Dean Giosio, University of Tasmania, Australia

This study presents the development of a novel computer vision-based device for larval monitoring in large-scale crustacean aquaculture. The device utilizes computer vision algorithms to identify and count larvae within a grow-out tank, providing continuous and real-time data for [....] » Read More

Srushti Sawant, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Srushti Sawant, Humpty Doo Barramundi, Australia

The wild fish catch is effectively capped, leaving growth in sustainable aquaculture as the only way to meet rising global demand. The wild-caught industry faces several challenges, including losing access to key fishing grounds. Farmed finfish convert feed into body mass 7 times [....] » Read More

Olena Honcharova, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Olena Honcharova, Kherson State Agrarian University, Ukraine

This research investigated Spirulina Platensis, Chlorella vulgaris and Artemia salina as additional sources of protein and biologically active substances that affect the parameters of the carp body. Additional addition of carp to the diet in the ratio: Spirulina Platensis - 40%, [....] » Read More

Marlon S Alejos, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Marlon S Alejos, University of the Philippines Visayas, Philippines

Snubnose pompano Trachinotus blochii is receptive to applying an artificial light system and extended day length (photoperiod). This study investigated the influence of continuous illumination at different light intensities on feeding, morphology, growth, and survival of late-sta [....] » Read More

Mohamad Fadjar, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mohamad Fadjar, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

Spiny lobster (Panulirus homarus} which is the main export commodity species in Indonesia. Lobster aquaculture continues and develops in line with increasing market demand from within and outside the country even though it depends on wild caught seeds. Lobsters are classified as [....] » Read More

Uun Yanuhar, Speaker at Aquaculture conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Uun Yanuhar, Brawijaya University, Indonesia

One of the biggest challenges in grouper farming is the attack from various parasites or intracellular viruses, such as Viral Nervous Necrosis (VNN). This virus targets grouper during the larval and juvenile stages and can cause mortality rates of up to 100%. The aim of this rese [....] » Read More

Junngam Khiham, Speaker at Fisheries Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Junngam Khiham, Wildlife Institute of India, India

Arunachal Pradesh, being the largest state in North-east India covers 60.93% of the eastern Himalayan hotspot. It is endowed with rich networks of drainage systems with enormous fish diversity and endemicity. However, most ichthyological research on most of the river systems are [....] » Read More

Shivakumar Magada, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shivakumar Magada, Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, India

Globally, more than one million individuals primarily rely on fish as their main source of animal protein. Additionally, over 800 million people derive their livelihoods from fisheries and aquaculture. In low-income food-deficit countries, where fish often stands as the most affo [....] » Read More

Chawan Matey, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Chawan Matey, University of Lucknow, India

Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758 is a very popular food fish as well as a popular aquarium fish species. The species is also listed in 100 of the World's Worst Invasive Alien Species, a list compiled by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Cyprinus carpio [....] » Read More

Rohit Pingale, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Rohit Pingale, Galaxeye Space Solutions Pvt Ltd, India

Assessment of water quality in aquaculture ponds on land is essential for maintaining the wellbeing and productivity of aquatic ecosystems. A popular tool for thoroughly assessing the quality of surface water is the Water Quality Index (WQI) model. In order to assess water qualit [....] » Read More

Aman Bagrecha, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Aman Bagrecha, Galaxeye Space Solutions Pvt Ltd, India

This paper presents a novel approach for mapping inland aquaculture ponds in the Indian subcontinent using Sentinel-2 MultiSpectral Instrument (MSI) satellite imagery. The proliferation of pond aquaculture in this region, driven by the ever-increasing global demand for fish and s [....] » Read More

Ranjith lal samarathunga, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ranjith lal samarathunga, Puttlam Distric Ornamental Fish Association, Sri Lanka

Fish in the systems are often fed high-quality commercial feed to ensure optimal nutrition and growth. Water recycling Incorporates recycling technologies to reduce water use and waste This helps maintain a stable environment for the fish Aeration. Aeration techniques are [....] » Read More

Sumesh Meppadath, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sumesh Meppadath, Galaxeye Space Solutions Pvt Ltd, India

Satellite-based Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) technology has the ability to monitor surface features, immune to most atmospheric conditions. This study focuses on its potential within aquaculture, to use the presence of aerators as indicators of shrimp ponds. Spatial resolution [....] » Read More

Syed Makhdoom Hussain, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Syed Makhdoom Hussain, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan

The current talk will evaluate the use of innovative plant products in aqua-feeds to promote the sustainable production of multiple fish species in aquaculture. The development of sustainable protein sources to substitute fishmeal (FM) in aqua-feeds is critical to the continued g [....] » Read More

Muhammad Younis, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Muhammad Younis, University Of Sindh , Pakistan

The study was conducted to determine the fish diversity in Ranikot fort stream from January 2021 to December, 2022. The Ranikot stream is situated between 25° 53′ 47″ N, 67° 54′ 9″ latitude about 90 kilometres at the north of District Jamshoro. Fis [....] » Read More

Binay Kumar Chakraborty, Speaker at Aquaculture conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Binay Kumar Chakraborty, Department of Fisheries, Bangladesh

The aquatic resource of Bangladesh belongs to a. Inland Open Water (Capture): River and Estuary, Sundarbans, Floodplains, Beel, and Kaptai Lake b. Inland Close Water (Culture): Pond, Seasonal cultured waterbody, Baor, Shrimp, Prawn and crab Farm, Pen Culture and Cage Culture c. M [....] » Read More

Kakha Nadiradze, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Kakha Nadiradze, Association for Farmers Rights Defense, Georgia

Most coastal ecosystems of the Black Sea are faced with novel challenges associated with Anthropogenic factors and all activities and climate change, water acidification, warming, eutrophication, and organic/inorganic, plastic, and pesticide pollution. However, data on the indepe [....] » Read More

Mekonen Teferi, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mekonen Teferi, Mekelle University, Ethiopia

Background: Fish are perishable and hence susceptible to high post-harvest losses. Post-harvest losses in fisheries include material losses of fish due to spoilage, breakage, size, discarding of by-catches and operational losses. This research was conducted to propose a managemen [....] » Read More

M Saeed Heydarnejad, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
M Saeed Heydarnejad, University of Shahrekord, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

The aim of the present study was to examine the survival and growth performance of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) in water with different pH values. Carp (17.8 ± 1.21 cm; 52.14 ± 7.13 g) were transferred to 21 tanks previously adjusted with 7 different pH values: [....] » Read More

Bekmamat Djenbaev, Speaker at Fisheries Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Bekmamat Djenbaev, Institut of Biology NAS KR, Kyrgyzstan

Lake Issyk Kul area 6 826 km2 is the largest water body in the Kyrgyz Republic and the second largest high-altitude lake in the world. Lake Issyk-Kul has also been declared an official Ramsar site of globally significant biodiversity. For hundreds of years, lake Issyk-Kul has bee [....] » Read More

Leire Arantzamendi, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Leire Arantzamendi, AZTI, Spain

The expansion of offshore mussel aquaculture is intertwined with the rising demand for mussel grow-out ropes. Currently, these ropes are manufactured using fossil-based plastics. However, in response to concerns about plastic pollution and the need for more sustainable practices, [....] » Read More

Tamar Lotan, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Tamar Lotan, University of Haifa, Israel

With over 2200 species, myxozoans are microscopic obligate spore-forming parasites affecting marine and freshwater fish worldwide. They have complex life cycles requiring alternate vertebrate (mostly fish) and invertebrate (mostly worms) hosts. Myxozoans can cause emerging diseas [....] » Read More

Kakoli Banerjee, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Kakoli Banerjee, Central University of Odisha, India

Change in climate have modified the marine environment and associated fishery industry broadly. Considering the climate change related threats and its impact on the economy of India, the marine fish production needs to be managed sustainably. The present study has been conducted [....] » Read More

Thaneshwar Bhandari, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Thaneshwar Bhandari, Tribhuvan University-Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Nepal

The fishery value chain in Nepal encompasses both aquaculture and inland sources, with aquaculture emerging as one of the country's fastest-growing and lucrative agri-business sectors. This article assesses the impact of existing policies on the fishery subsector's invest [....] » Read More

 Aksya Kumar Sarkar, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Aksya Kumar Sarkar, Right Agro Care Limited, Bangladesh

Shrimp is one of the leading exportable seafood products in Bangladesh. In the 2017-2018 financial year the country has exported 36168 MT products(40 core 87 lac USD).Present research was conducted in three Upazilas (Kaliganj, SyamNagarandAssasuni) underSathkira district in Bangl [....] » Read More

Hussein B Jenjan, Speaker at Aquaculture Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Hussein B Jenjan, University of Benghazi, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

The character of the fish gills needs the interaction of a system of capillaries with sufficient external area to the water to support the needed gas exchanges. It is well known that, the gills of fish contribute in the respiration, osmoregulation and excretions ion. Fish gills c [....] » Read More

J Bovas Joel, Speaker at Fisheries Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
J Bovas Joel, Dr. MGR fisheries college and research Institute, India

Fisheries and aquaculture play a pivotal role in meeting the global demand for seafood, contributing to food security, employment, and economic growth. However, the ever-increasing pressure on aquatic ecosystems, coupled with climate change, presents significant challenges to the [....] » Read More

Mohamed Yahya Mohamed, Speaker at Aquaculture conference
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Mohamed Yahya Mohamed, Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Egypt

This study aims to evaluate the toxicity of synthesized copper nanoparticles (CuO-NPs) on biochemical and histological changes in Nile tilapia. Silver nanocolloids were characterized using visible and ultraviolet light spectroscopy and high-resolution transmission electron micros [....] » Read More

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