Euroshrimp at the European Aquaculture Society conference in Berlin 2019

A whole day of shrimp sessions was held in Exhibition Room 2, beginning with the Euroshrimp (industry) session and followed by the Shrimp scientific oral presentations session. 116 participants attended the sessions over the day. Thus, murmurs moved rapidly to “bring a chair” once the sessions began. A large and diverse set of speakers were invited and discussion was vigorous and the questions arising rigorous.

Workshop opening

Dr. Matthew Slater, Head of Aquaculture Research Group at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI)


Stakeholder Survey “recirculation aquaculture systems – positions of the organic food sector”

Dr. Stefan Bergleiter, Project Manager Aquaculture, Naturland e.V.

Udo Censkowsky, Director, bluesensus, sustainability & seafood consulting


Diversification fo global shrimp farming through transparency – the new asc metrics methodology

Kathrin Steinberg, Performance data coordinator, Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC)


The use of inexpensive salt mixtures for inland intensive shrimp (Litopenaeus Vannamei) farming

Dr. Andrew Ray, Kentucky State University, College of Agriculture, Communities and the Environment, School of Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences


Fighting and avoiding vibrio in intensive culture of litopenaeus vannamei: overview of research done at crevetec farm

Eric De Muylder, General Manager, CreveTec


Experiences from a new shrimp research facility in lithuania

Nerijus Nika, Klaipeda University, Institute for Marine Research


Shrimp hatcheries in europe – personal experience and future perspectives

Nicola Scalise, Independent Consultant


A glance on larval production of L. Vannamei

Daniel Arana, Product Manager, BERNAQUA


National pilat platforms: “connecting the shrimp sector in vietnam, thailand and bangladesh”

David Basset, Project Manager, European-Asian Technology and Innovation Platform (EURASTIP)


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