During these two days, we will listen to research presentations, discuss possible joint efforts for upcoming calls, as well as have the opportunity to influence SLU Aquaculture's focus ahead. We look forward to pleasant days in a beautiful environment, which encourages mingling and networking.
Monday 12 September
12.00-13.00 - Lunch
13.00-13.15 - Welcome and introduction, DJ de Koning and Anna Norman Haldén, SLU Aquaculture
13.15-13.45 - "Speed-date"
13.45-14.00 - Research presentation: ARCTAQUA - Cross-Border innovations in arctic aquaculture, Henrik Jeuthe and Khrystyna Kurta, Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, SLU
14.00-14.15 - Research presentation: The fate of phosphorus from open cage fish farming in Sweden, Hanna Carlberg, Department of nutrition and management, SLU
14.15-14.30 - Research presentation: A microbial perspective on aquaculture: from fish gut to biofilters and operational surveillance, Stefan Bertilsson, Department of Aquatic Sciences and Assessment, SLU
14.30-15.15 - Coffee
15.15-15.45 - Inspirational lecture, invited guest speaker, Emeritus Prof. Patrick Sorgeloos, Former-Director of Lab of Aquaculture & Artemia Reference Center, Ghent University
15.45-17.00 - Group discussions: How to strengthen aquaculture at SLU?
18.00 - Dinner
Tuesday 13 Sept
08.30-8.45 - Introduction, DJ de Koning and Anna Norman Haldén, SLU Aquaculture
08.45-9.00 - Research presentation: From forest to fish – recycling side products from forestry to sustainable, nutritional and tasty fish, Johanna Blomqvist, Department of molecular sciences, SLU
09.00-9.15 - Research presentation: Intelligent circular food production systems, Anders Kiessling, Department of nutrition and management, SLU
09.15-9.30 - Research presentation: Fish welfare in RAS, Albin Gräns, Department of animal environment and health, SLU
09.30-9.45 - Research presentation (TBD)
09.45-10.30 - Coffee
10.30-11.15 - Reports from group discussions
11.15-12.00 - Time for networking (e.g. linked to coming calls)
12.00-13.00 - Lunch
Accommodation and travel information
The cost for accommodation and all meals are covered by SLU Aquaculture for all participants. Travel expenses, for participants who comes from other SLU locations than the Uppsala-Stockholm area (i.e. Alnarp, Skara and Umeå), are also covered by SLU Aquaculture.
Note! Very important information regarding the booking of hotel room and invoice for travel expenses
- You need to book your room by latest 9 August by contacting Krusenberg Herrgård! For booking terms and contact information, see "Facts" below.
- Book your travel via your department (Egencia), according to SLU travel guidelines, i.e. preferably by train. To receive reimbursement for your expenses, an internal invoice should be sent to SLU Aquaculture. More information about cost centre and reference will be sent in a confirmation email when registering. Note! Only applicable for participants outside the Uppsala-Stockholm area.
Last day to register for this SLU Aquaculture gathering is 9 August!