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SCOPE Aquaculture Workshop

Hardly any other sector of the food industry is expanding at the rate currently seen in production from aquaculture. And there is as yet no end to this growth in sight.

The increase in demand for products from aquaculture is also reflected among our fair participants. In order to be able to respond adequately to this development we are this year, in addition to the exhibition, again organising an international workshop that will focus on aquaculture from a practical viewpoint in the following modules:

  • Recirculating systems – Best-practice examples which outline the basics for successful farming
  • Salmonids - Challenges and new developments in farming trout, char and others
  • Shrimp farming – Progress and prospects of European shrimp farming
  • Animal welfare – Does animal welfare pay off?

 

Programme 2018

Monday, 26.02.2018: Introduction

09:30 - 10:30 Uhr Registration (Foyer, Hall 4)

Reception (CCB)

The Introduction will be translated simultaneously (German/English).

10:30 - 11:30 Uhr Moderater
Dr. Stefan Meyer, Competence Network Aquaculture of the federal state Schleswig-Holstein (KNAQ) (D)

  Find the Fish: Current Opportunities and Challenges for Consumer Acceptance of Aquaculture Products
Dr. Marija Banovic, MAPP Centre, Department of Management, Universität Aarhus (DK)

  Key note "What's new? Latest Aquaculture Policy Developments in European Aquaculture"
Julia Rubeck, DG MARE European Commission (BE)

  Subject to change without notice

Recirculating Systems

 11.30 - 13.00 Best-practice examples which outline the basics for successful farming

The lectures will be held in English.

  Moderator
Dr. Stefan Meyer, Competence Network Aquaculture of the federal state Schleswig-Holstein (KNAQ) (D)

  Benefits and potential for RAS production of premium marine Seafood?
Ohad Maiman, Kingfish Zeeland (NL)

  Recirculating Aquaculture Multitrophic Pond Systems (RAMPS)
Damien Toner, BIM (IE)

  Hatch Blue: Accelerating Aquaculture Startups
Dr. Carsten Krome, Alimentos (D)

 13.00 - 14.15 Lunch break
 14.15 - 15.45


Future of RAS 2020
Thomas Hofmann, Swiss Alpine Fish AG (CH)

  FISH FARM 4.0
Fish farms of the future will be digital. Welcome to FRESH.
Peter Zeller, Fresh Corporation (D)

  What constitutes Best Aquaculture Practice in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems?
Dan Lee, Global Aquaculture Alliance (UK)

 15.45 - 16.30 Coffee break
 16.30 - 17.30


Well-designed is almost build
Alexander Rose, Water-proved GmbH (D)

  Overall concept for the energy efficient operation of a fish farm
Lukas Schneeberger, FTN AquaArt AG (CH)

Salmonids

11.30 - 13.00 Challenges and new developments in farming trout, char and others

The lectures will be translated simultaneously (German/English).

  Moderator
Valentin Eckart, BioCon Valley (D)

  From earth pond to indoor production - history and news about Danish trout farming
Dr. Anders Erlang Østergaard, Biomar A/S (DK)

  The omega-3 solution: Natural marine algae for sustainable aquaculture – About the joint venture of DSM and Evonik
Dr. Stefan Eils, Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH (D)

  Funding opportunities of the Rentenbank for aquaculture and fish farming
Dr. Klaus Hollenberg, Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank (D)

 13.00 - 14.15 Lunch break
 14.15 - 15.45


K-2 - innovative trout farming?
Marcin Juchniewicz, Fish Farm K2 (POL)

  Different possibilities and effects of CO2 degassing on the culture of early life stages of rainbow trout in a commercial hatchery
Henrik Rameil, Fischzucht Rameil (D)

  Case Study: Reduction of make-up water demand in cold water flow through systems
David Märkl-Bilger, WATER-proved GmbH (D)

 15.45 - 16.30 Coffee break
 16.30 - 17.30


Successful fish farming: How to make your company fit for the future
Stephan Hofer, Forellen Hofer (D)

  Benchmarking of trout farms - Comparing profitability of typical grow-out systems in different European regions
Dr. Cornelia Kreiß, Thünen Institut (D)

  Subject to change without notice

Shrimp Farming

11.30 - 13.00 Progress and prospects of European shrimp farming

The lectures will be held in English.

  Moderation
Dr. Matt Slater, Alfred-Wegener-Institut (AWI) (D)

  RAS systems for shrimps and their farm management strategies
Dr. Bert Wecker, Förde Garnelen (D)

  Hatchery: Post-Larvae made in Europe?
Geritt Quantz, FutureFish Aquaculture GmbH (D)

13.00 - 14.15 Lunch break
14.15 - 15.45



Indoor shrimp aquaculture in Europe: feasibility, designs and experiences
Dr. Stefan Bruns, Polyplan GmbH (D) & Eric de Muylder, CreveTec bvba (BE)

  Marketing of shrimps produced in Europe
Dr. Matilda Olstorpe, VegaFish (SE)

15.45 - 16.30 Coffee break
16.30 - 17.30


Certification Standards for Shrimps
Mike Berthet, Global Aquaculture Alliance (UK)

  Subject to change without notice

Animal Welfare

11.30 - 13.00 Does animal welfare pay off?

The lectures will be held in German.

  Moderator
Stefan-Andreas Johnigk, Die Geniessenschaft (D)

  Im Zweifel für den Fisch – was diskutieren Wissenschaftler aktuell über Schmerzempfinden und Bewusstsein bei Fischen?
Lina Weirup, GMA Büsum (D)

  Stress lass nach - wie kann man die phsyiologische Stressreaktion von Fischen als Indikator für Tiergerechtheit nutzen?
Dr. Henrike Seibel, GMA Büsum (D)

  Erfahrungswerte aus der Praxis – wie lässt sich Tierwohl in der Fischkultur durch fachkundiges Management sicher stellen?
Dr. Helmut Wedekind, LfL Bayern (D)

  Das rechte Maß – was lässt sich aus Tierwohlindikatoren in der Lachskultur lernen und auf andere Fischarten übertragen?
Linda Tschirren, ZAHW Zürich (CH)

 13.00 - 14.15 Lunch break
14.15 - 15.45


Unbehagen vor der Technik – welche psychologischen Motive lassen sich in der Verbrauchersicht auf die Fischzucht finden?

Dr. Johannes Simons, Uni Bonn (D)

  Hallo Fischwohl - Fischgesundheit und Fischwohl sind der Schlüssel zum Erfolg moderner Kreislaufanlagen. Wir können wir (noch) besser werden?
Verena Hanke, FRESH Völklingen GmbH (D)

  Impulse aus der Praxis – welchen Einfluss könnten deutsche Tierschutzstandards auf Aquakulturen in anderen Ländern entfalten?
Dr. Dirk Willem Kleingeld, LAVES (D)

 15.45 - 16.30 Coffee break
16.30 - 17.30


Fischwohl ist Gemeingut – wie können Tierschutzstandards in der Fischzucht gesellschaftlich weiterentwickelt werden?

Stefan-Andreas Johnigk, Die Geniessenschaft (D)

  Darf es noch etwas mehr sein? - Der Einfluss von wissenschaftlichen Fakten auf Verbraucherverhalten und - überzeugung zur Aquakultur
Dr. Fabian Schäfer, Aquakulturinfo, IGB Berlin (D)

  Subject to change without notice

Conclusion

17.30
Closing notes of workshop modules

afterwards

Dinner

Tuesday, 27.02.2018

10.30

Tour of the trade fair and presentation of aquaculture products incl. tasting

 

Dates:
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Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 February 2018
MESSE BREMEN, Congress Centrum Bremen (CCB)
German and English with partial simultaneous translation
330,- € net

Tickets available here.

   

1 Ticket = 2 Fairs

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