Conference

7th European Marine Board Forum: Big Data in Marine Science

The Forum is one of the European Marine Board's principle approaches for bridging the gap between science and policy. The event will bring together scientists from diverse backgrounds, including marine science and computer scientists, as well as representatives from industry and European and national policy makers to collaborate and discuss priorities for the use of big data in marine science to work towards solutions to societal challenges.

EUROLAG9

The Eurolag conference is a biennial symposium that aims to bring together scientists, managers and stakeholders to discuss new scientific findings and experiences on the knowledge and use of coastal lagoons, from cold-fresh-water Baltic lagoons to the warm-hyperhaline lagoons in the Mediterranean.

Invasive species and associated socio-­environmental issues

Gaston Berger University and the West African Networks on Biological Invasions of the French Institute of Research for sustainable Development (IRD) have announced an international conference: Invasive Species and Associated Socio-Environmental Issues, to be held 22-25 September 2020 in Saint-Louis, Senegal. This conference, the first of its type in West Africa, aims to:

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020

The Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM) for the ocean sciences and ocean-connected community will take place in February 2020 in San Diego (USA).  the conference will gather the scientific community to raise awareness of the truly global dimension of the ocean, address environmental challenges, and set forth on a path towards a resilient planet. 

EWTEC 2019

The 13th biannual European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) is being held in Naples, Italy from September 1st to the 6th. The EWTEC series has garnered international attendance and recognition as high-level technical and scientific conferences focused on the latest developments in ocean renewable energy while adhering to high standards of academic and industrial contributions. 

International symposium on human health and the ocean in a changing world

The purpose of the “Human Health and Ocean Symposium” is to provide an update on the various risks human activities expose the oceans to, and the threats that those activities and the resulting ocean degradation pose to human health, but also to consider the various benefits that the Ocean can bring to the health and wellbeing of populations.