1 WORLD AQUACULTURE 2015 Aquaculture For Healthy People, Planet and Profit May 26-30, 2015 Jeju Exhibition & Convention Center Jeju, Korea THE ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION OF WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY ASIAN-PACIFIC CHAPTER, WAS KOREAN CHAPTER, WAS HOSTED BY Korean Society of Fisheries and Aquatic Science Jeju Special Self-governing Province Jeju Special Self-governing Provincial Council Jeju Fish-Culture Fisheries Cooperatives ASSOCIATE SPONSORS Aquaculture Engineering Society International Association of Aquaculture Economics & Management
2 WORLD AQUACULTURE 2015 WILL FOLLOW THE VERY SUCCESSFUL FIRST KOREAN MEETING - WORLD AQUACULTURE 2008 IN BUSAN World Aquaculture 2015 will be held in Jeju Island one of the leading flatfish production centers in the world. The rest of the growing aquaculture industry in Korea and the Asian Pacific region will also be represented. A major international trade show at WORLD AQUACULTURE 2015 is the place to learn about the latest in aquaculture, see the newest technology presented by exhibitors from around the world. Stay in touch with the program developments for WORLD AQUACULTURE 2015 through our Web Page at: FANTASTIC TOURIST OPPORTUNITIES IN KOREA Jeju Island is designated as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site and the 8th most popular convention city in Asia. Explore some of the most beautiful scenery in the world in the various locations around Jeju Island. SPECIAL PRODUCER PROGRAM World Aquaculture 2015 will have a special Farmer s Day with the latest in practical knowledge for aquaculture producers. Debuting at World Aquaculture 2015 will be the AquaForum which will provide a way for producers around the world to communicate about problems, developments and techniques.
3 TECHNICAL PROGRAM COVERS THE LATEST RESEARCH Sessions and workshops at World Aquaculture 2015 will cover all aspects of aquaculture in Korea as well as the rest of the world. Sample topics will include: African Aquaculture Amphibian and Reptile Aquaculture Animal Health & Welfare Aquaponics and Integrated Aquaculture-Agriculture Systems Arid land Aquaculture Barramundi, Seabass & Seabream Bio-floc Systems Biosecurity Biotechnology Breeding & Genetics Cage-culture Carpet Shells Carps Catfish Clams (including Giant Clams) Cobia Coldwater Species - General Country Specific Sessions (eg 2008 Norway) Crabs & Lobsters Crayfish & Freshwater Prawn Development, Welfare and Poverty Alleviation (AwF) Diseases Drugs and Chemotherapeutics Economics & Management (IAAEM) Education, Extension, Technology Transfer & Workforce Development (AquaEd) Eels Embryology Emerging Issues Emerging Species Enhancement, Stocking & Ranching Environment, Biodiversity and Climate Change Finfish Broodstock Maturation Fish Health Fish Meal and Oil (IFFO) Flatfish Food Safety, Inspections and Audits Freshwater Species - General General Aquaculture Grouper & Snapper Hatchery & Larvae Management Hatchery and Nursery Immunology Information Technology in Aquaculture Innovation and High Techs Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture Investment in Aquaculture Korean Aquaculture Session Marketing & Trade Mollusc Broodstock and Hatchery Mollusc Cultivation Mullets Mussels Nutrition & Feed Ocean Acidification Octopus and Cuttlefish Offshore Aquaculture Organic Aquaculture Ornamentals Other Marine Fish Oyster Pacific & Indigenous Aquaculture Pangasius, Clarias & Ictalurus Pearl and Queen Conch Culture Perch Physiology, Morphology & Histology Plankton Culture Policy & Regulations Polyculture Pond Culture Prebiotics and Probiotics Processing Technology Product Quality Raceway Systems Recirculating Systems Reservoir based Aquaculture Salmonids Sea cucumbers Seafood & Health (GILLS) Seaweeds and Algae Shrimp Farm Design and Management Shrimp Feeding and Nutrition Shrimp Genetics, Broodstock and Hatchery Management Spatial Planning and Regulation Standards & Certification Sturgeons Sustainable Development of Aquaculture Tilapia Trouts Tuna Value Chain Development Warmwater Species General Wastage Utilisation Water Quality and Usage Women in Aquaculture Yellowtails, Amberjacks,etc Zebrafish YOUR FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION INCLUDES: Only pre-registered attendees are guaranteed materials Admission to all sessions, seminars and the trade show. Admission to the Receptions. Conference bag and Show Directory(except for spouse) Refreshment Breaks and Cash Bar Happy Hour Students receive the full registration package plus the Student Reception. To qualify for the student rate, a copy of your student I.D. is required. FOR MORE INFORMATION: World Aquaculture 2015 Conference Manager P.O. Box 2302 Valley Center, CA USA Tel: Fax: REGISTER EARLY AND $AVE!
4 ABSTRACTS STILL BEING ACCEPTED FOR ORAL AND POSTER Please submit online at Pleanary Speakers for World Aquaculture 2015 KOREAN AQUACULTURE HEALTH ENVIRONMENT & PROFIT President of NFRDI Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted Kangsen Mai Senior Nutrition Scientist Professor of Aquaculture Nutrition and Feeds WORLDFISH, Bangladesh Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China The theme for World Aquaculture 2015 in Jeju is Aquaculture for Healthy People, Planet and Profit and is very relevant for an area which has a strong aquaculture industry, a population which has a high seafood consumption and is home to a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Plenary speakers for the event have been chosen specifically to cover the theme in their presentations. Dr. Kang-sen Mai, Professor of aquaculture nutrition, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China hardly needs an introduction. He currently focuses on fish species native to China and as a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering plays a major role in shaping the country s aquaculture policy. Additionally he is Vice chairman of the China Society of Fisheries and committee member of International Fish Nutrition and Feeding. Kang-sen s current research topics are mainly on the nutritional physiology and nutrient quantitative requirements of the representative mariculture species in China, such as turbot, yellow croaker, sea-bass, and groupers. He is particularly interested in the comparative studies on the protein metabolism among carnivorous, omnivorous and herbivorous fish, and the replacement of fishmeal by alternative protein sources in their feeds. Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted is Senior Nutrition Adviser at WorldFish Center in Bangladesh and has a background with the Department of Human Nutrition, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Her broad area of research and expertise is foodbased strategies for improved food and nutrition security in low-income countries. She has carried out work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, West Bengal and Nepal, together with government institutions, universities and NGOs, focusing on the potential of nutrient-dense small fish in combating and preventing vitamin and mineral deficiencies, in particular, vitamin A, iron, zinc and calcium, especially in women and children. At the WorldFish Center, she has been developing and implementing the CGIAR Mega Program 4: Agriculture for Improved Nutrition and Health. President, NFRDI, the final plenary speaker will be the President of Korea s National Fisheries Research and Development Institute (NFRDI), whose anticipated appointment will be in February. The NFRDI headquartered in Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, northern Busan, is a scientific body operated by the South Korean government, under the authority of the Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. It was first established in 1921 and subsidiary institutes operate in each of the major Korean fisheries/aquaculture. AquaForum 2015 May 26 Jeju Island Korea The 1st AquaForum has been created to benefit industry professionals during the WA15 conference and exhibition. The organizing committee invites Asian farmers, suppliers, and other industry professionals to Jeju, Korea to attend this forum. Find the schedule of the AquaForum below. This program includes specific topical industry sessions, panel discussions, all with simultaneous translations in Korean and Chinese. Please register online and get your free pass to this forum and get free entrance to the World Aquaculture 2015 Exhibition. Introduction to Aquaponics Korea, a model for regional technology Assuring health and biosecurity in finfish culture systems Biosecurity Aquaculture Feeds Sustainability of China Aquaculture and Aquafeed Aquafeeds Progress in marine fish and shrimp larviculture
5 WORLD AQUACULTURE 2015 May 26-30, 2015 Register online at: Return address for payments in USD: Conference Manager P.O. Box 2302 Valley Center, CA USA Tel: Fax: Online registration is preferred at OR fax or mail both sides with payment. Use one form per person. PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY OR TYPE ALL REQUESTED INFORMATION BADGE INFORMATION: (As you want your name badge to read No titles, please) First Name SURNAME (FAMILY NAME) Company or Institution (Limited to 40 Letters & Spaces) City State/Prov Country MAILING INFORMATION: Postal Address (please include address) City State / Prov Postal Code Country Phone Fax Title: (circle one) Dr. Mr. Ms. Mrs. (Include country and city code) (Include country and city code) REGISTRATION FEES: In order to receive the discount rates as listed below, this form and payment must be received by the date listed. See brochure for what is included in registration fees. TYPE OF REGISTRATION Register by Register by Register after FULL CONFERENCE & TRADE SHOW March 26, 2015 April 26, 2015 April 26, 2015 In order to receive the Pre-Registration discount rate, this form and payment must be received by the date above WAS/CHAPTER MEMBER RATE* WAS/CHAPTER STUDENT MEMBER RATE* Include copy of Student I.D. US$ 435 US$ 225 US$ 535 US$ 225 US$ 635 US$ 290 * To qualify for Member Rate you must complete the Association Memberships section on the reverse side. AFFILIATE MEMBER RATE* US$ 505 US$ 605 US$ 705 AFFILIATE STUDENT MEMBER RATE* Trade Show is included US$ 275 US$ 275 US$ 340 Include copy of Student I.D. in the Full Conference Non-Member Rate Registration Rate. US$ 540 US$ 640 US$ 740 Student Non-Member Rate US$ 295 US$ 295 Include copy of Student I.D. US$ 365 You can join WAS on the reverse side and use the Member Rate. TOTAL REGISTRATION FEE Spouse Rate must accompany a full registration Name US$ 335 US$ 395 US$ 495 US$ TRADE SHOW PASS (Trade show pass is included with the Full Conference Registration) Good for 5 days admission to exhibits only May 27, 28, 29 US$ 50 TOTAL TRADE SHOW PASS US$ AQUAPONICS WORKSHOP Tuesday, May 26 $30.00 TOTAL INDUSTRY TOURS US$ MEMBERSHIP DUES Enter amount from Membership Application on other side if applicable. TOTAL MEMBERSHIP DUES US$ Do not mail registration after May 15, 2015 or fax after May 15. After May 15, bring this form with you to register at the show. TOTAL AMOUNT US$ Registration Confirmation and Receipt will be ed after processing. CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellation of registration must be received - in writing - no later than January 28, Refunds for registration fees will be subject to a 20% handling fee. Refunds are processed after the conference. No refund will be made for cancellations received after May 1, 2015 or for no shows. After May 1, 2015, no refunds will be made for professional or personal emergencies, flight cancellations, denied visa, weather related cancellation or other travel emergencies. Fees for memberships are non-refundable. PAYMENT METHOD: All fees must be paid to the order of WORLD AQUACULTURE Check # Visa Mastercard American Express For bank transfer details, contact us. Discover Diners Club Card # Expiration Date Name on Card Date Signature Credit Card Billing Address
6 REGISTRATION FORM - SIDE 2 Name ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS: Please check all boxes for associations for which you are a current member. Membership in any of those associations qualifies you for the Member Rate* on the Registration Fees. You can join an association at any time before registering to qualify for the Member Rate. MEMBERSHIPS: WAS USAS APC Korean LACC AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIPS: Aquaculture Association of Canada Aquaculture Association of South Africa Aquaculture Without Frontiers Asian Fisheries Society China Society of Fisheries Egyptian Aquaculture Society European Aquaculture Society Global Aquaculture Alliance IAFI The International Association of Seafood Professionals Indonesian Aquaculture Society Korean Aquaculture Society Korean Society of Fisheris and Sciences (KOSFAS) Malaysian Fisheries Society Sociedad Brasileira de Acuicultura Society of Aquaculture Professionals (India) South African Aquaculture Society Spanish Aquaculture Association (SEA) MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS NEW APPLICATION RENEWAL WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY (WAS) APPLICATION For details on the different types of memberships and options, please contact the WAS home office at Tel: Fax: MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY: (Indicate only one) CHAPTER OPTIONS: Individual (Electronic JWAS) (USD 65/yr) Applies to an individual only One chapter incuded in membership. Mark the chapter you choose. Individual (Printed JWAS) (USD 85/yr) Applies to an individual only Asian Pacific Student (Electronic JWAS) (USD 45/yr) (Copy of Student ID or Signature of Professor required) Japan Student (Printed JWAS) (USD 65/yr) (Copy of Student ID or Signature of Professor required) Korea Sustaining (Electronic JWAS) (USD 105/yr) Applies to any one individual from a company Latin American/Carribean Sustaining (Printed JWAS) (USD 125/yr) Applies to any one individual from a company United States (USAS) Corporate (Electronic JWAS) (USD 255/yr) Allows all employees of one company to attend meeting at Member Rate None (deduct USD 5) Corporate (Printed JWAS) (USD 275/yr) Allows all employees of one company to attend meeting at Member Rate Lifetime (Electronic JWAS only) (USD 1005/yr) Applies to an individual only You can add extra Chapters for USD 5 Fees for memberships are non-refundable. Total Amount for WAS Membership USD Please enter this amount under Membership Dues section on opposite side of this form. For membership in other associations, please contact them directly. If you need a phone number, contact the Conference Manager ( ).
7 MANY OPPORTUNITIES FOR FARM TOURS The details of the Farm Tour can be seen at: https://www.was.org/meetings/pdf/ WA2015FarmTours.pdf. This is a full day s program leaving at the ICC at 09.00h at the ICC, returning at The tour includes the visit of a research centre, a feed mill and a flounder farm. After a restful lunch including the famous Olive Flounder of Jeju, the journey through Jeju aquaculture continues with visits to shrimp, eel, abalone, sea cucumber, turbot and flounder facilities. We are very grateful for the generosity of the Korean hosts for organising such an in depth program for the tour. Do not miss it! HOTELS We have arranged special prices at a number of hotels for World Aquaculture 2015 in Jeju, South Korea. Rooms are limited so book early! You can contact our conference travel agent to arrange your reservation. Hana Tour Jeju Inc. / Gloria DaYeong Jeong Tel: Website link: TRAVEL For delegates travelling to Jeju for the first time some of the overseas steering committee members have produced a Getting To Jeju blog which can be seen at https://www.was.org/meetings/pdf/ WA2015GettingToJeju.pdf and should be of some help. TOURIST Outside the World Aquaculture 2015 conference and all the activities surrounding the Trade Show and AquaForum and away from aquaculture, there are a host of activities, restaurants and bars to visit. The event organizers have engaged Hana Tours to assist delegates and their entourages with booking and suggestions and they will be visible at the conference venue. Getting organised before you go is always a good idea so have a look at the tourist tours they have organised for us at: https://www.was.org/meetings/pdf/ WA2015TouristTours.pdf.
8 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE TUESDAY, MAY 26 Registration Open & Exhibit Set-up Student orientation WAS AGM Opening Ceremonies Welcome Reception WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 Registration Open Plenary Session + awards + student spotlight Break Trade Show Open Sessions Lunch (at individual expense) Sessions Happy Hour & Posters Student Reception THURSDAY, MAY 28 Registration Open Sessions Break Trade Show Open Sessions Lunch (at individual expense) Sessions Posters Happy Hour & Posters Juju Day FRIDAY, MAY 29 Registration Open Sessions Break & Posters Trade Show Open Sessions Lunch (at individual expense) Sessions Break Sessions Exhibit Move-out President s Reception SATURDAY, MAY 30 Registration Open Sessions Break Sessions Lunch (at individual expense) Sessions Break Sessions Closing Happy Hour & Korean Day T R A D E S H O W S C H E D U L E MAY 27 11:00-18:00 MAY 28 10:30-18:00 MAY 29 10:30-16:00
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