Call for Virtual Research Presentations

Present your research in a virtual session and get to know marine early-career scientists from around the world!

Network and present - Show us your research online

Want to get to know other early career marine researchers? Present your research in short 5 to 10 minutes presentations and discuss it with an interdisciplinary group of 10 people online.

There is no need to actually present data, you can also present some info on you and your research interests or your future project. It is the network idea which has the focus.

It’s for free and easy to enroll: just register by sending us

  1. your full name,
  2. your affiliation,
  3. one to three sentences on your research, your future project or your research interests
  4. the session in which you want to get involved (1 – 11 from the right)

 

until 22 July 2020 to moc.e1596404905ramyc1596404905i@tca1596404905rtsba1596404905.

 

After your networking sessions, we would like to ask you about your experiences and emotions caused by the Corona crisis and how online alternatives of meetings and networking helped you through it. Therefore, we would like to send you a short (!) survey to fill out.

 

We would love if you spread the word on Facebook and Twitter (both: @ICYMARE), and of course in your institution or wherever you like.

ICYMARE 2020 Virtual Sessions

1) Open Interdisciplinary Sessions (several groups)

Clara Antonia Klöcker (University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom)

Charles Cadier (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)

Naima Iram (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)

Alexandra Blöcker (University of Hamburg, Germany)

Hisham Shaikh (Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee, Oostende, Belgium)

Darya Maximenko (Moscow Agricultural Academy, Russia)

Stefania Piarulli (OYSTER – Orienting Young Scientists of Euromarine)

Lucy Gillis (OYSTER – Orienting Young Scientists of Euromarine)

Marìa Lòpez-Acosta (OYSTER – Orienting Young Scientists of Euromarine)

 

 

2) Molluscan studies – through time and space

Fedor Lishchenko (A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Moscow, Russia)

Christopher Barrett (Cefas – Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, Lowestoft, United Kingdom)

 

3) Plastic and Microplastic Pollution

Sonja Ehlers (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany & Federal Institute of Hydrology BfG, Koblenz, Germany)

 

4) Seafood production in a blue economy of the future

Erik Sulanke (Thünen Institute for Sea Fisheries, Bremerhaven, Germany)

 

5) The next generation is here – genomic approaches in marine science

Jonathan Wanderley Lawley (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)

Tessa Page (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)

 

6) Marine Engineering

Jan Boelmann (University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven, Germany)

 

7) Marine Aquaculture

Federica Romina Schanz (University of Bremen, Germany)

 

8) Marine Restoration Ecology – current proficiency, best practices and future perspectives

Natalie Prinz (University of Waikato, Tauranga, New Zealand)

 

9) Understanding social-ecological systems: Towards a sustainable management of marine resources

Xochitl Elias (ZMT – Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen, Germany & Future Oceans Lab, Vigo, Spain)

Michael Kriegl (ZMT – Center for Tropical Marine Research, Bremen, Germany & Thünen Institute of Baltic Sea Fisheries, Rostock, Germany)

 

10) Marine Phycology

Helen Feord (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

 

11) Approaches to model the complex biodiversity of marine ecosystems, a multidisciplinary perspective

Pedro Carrasco (Helmholtz Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity, University of Oldenburg, Germany)