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DAY - 1                                          

07.01.2020

 

Registration

1400 to 1600

Platinum Jubilee Hall of CMFRI
Seventh Floor

Inauguration & Jones Award

1600 to 1730

High Tea & Registration

1730 to 1900

DAY - 2                                          

08.01.2020

 

THEME - 1  – Fisheries and Ecosystem Sustainability

 

Prof (Dr) Sahar Fahmy Mehanna
Director, NIOF, Red Sea Branch, Egypt

0900-0920

Challenges faced by small scale fisheries and its sustainable development.

 

Dr. Yugraj Singh Yadava
Director, BOBP, Chennai, India

0925-0945

Development of Tuna Value Chain in South India.

 

Prof (Dr) John Kurien
Azim Premji University, Bengaluru, India

0950-1010

"Indian Marine Fisheries: Plausible Pathways into the Future"

Presentations

1015-1030

Presentations Theme - 1

Tea break

1030-1100

 

Presentations

1100-1150

Presentations Theme - 1

Winding up by Chair

1150-1200

 

THEME - 2 –  Responsible Aquaculture Production Systems

 

Dr K. K. Vijayan
Director, CIBA, Chennai, India

1200-1220

Exploring the concept of Ecosystem approach to Brackishwater aquaculture

 

Dr G. Gopakumar
Former Principal Scientist, CMFRI, Vizhinjam, India

1225-1245

"Marine Finfish breeding using RAS"

Lunch break

1245-1345

Lunch break/Poster viewing (Theme 1 & 2)

 

Dr Krishna R. Salin
Associate Professor, Asian Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand

1345-1405

Ecofriendly and energy efficient aquaculture systems in Asia

 

Dr Nguyen Quang Huy
Research Institute for Aquaculture No.1 Dinh Bang –Tu Son – Bac Ninh, Vietnam

1410-1430

Recent development in marine fish farming in Vietnam

 

Dr K. Ambasankar
Principal Scientist, CIBA, Chennai, India

1435-1455

Indigenous microfeeds for Indian Aquaculture and aquariculture: Challenges and opportunities

 

Dr Vijay Anand P. E.
Deputy Regional Lead U.S Soybean Export Council, Visakhapatnam, India

1500-1520

Fish feed industry in India Past progress and Future interventions

Tea break

1520-1550

 

Presentations

1550-1650

Presentations of Theme -2

Winding up by Chair

1650-1700

 

DAY - 3                                            

09.01.2020

 

THEME - 3 – Marine Biodiversity Assessments and Valuation

 

Dr E. Vivekanandan
Former Principal Scientist, CMFRI, Chennai, India

0900-0920

Have IWPA Schedules helped in conserving marine ETP species in India?

 

Dr Rajeev Raghavan
Assistant Professor, KUFOS, Kochi, India

0925-0945

Towards zero extinction: the barometer of India's marine life

 

Dr Kartik Shankar
Associate Professor, Centre for Ecological Sciences, IIS, Bangalore, India

0950-1010

Engaging communities in monitoring: the role of citizen science in marine conservation.

 

Dr. Donna Kwan
Office of UN-CMS
Abu Dhabi, UAE

1015-1035

Conservation of highly migratory marine mammals

Tea break

1035-1105

 

Presentations

1105-1205

Presentations Theme -3

Winding up by Chair

1205-1215

 

THEME - 4 – Climate change and meeting SDG 14 goals

 

Dr.P. K. Krishnakumar
Senior Consultant, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia

1215-1235

Role of Blue Carbon Habitats in Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change.

 

Prof Sanjay Chaturvedi
Dean, South Asian University, New Delhi, India

1240-1300

Meeting SDG 14 goals in Indian context

Lunch break

1300-1400

Lunch break/Poster viewing (Theme 3, 4 & 5)

Presentations

1400-1500

Presentations Theme -4

Winding up by Chair

1500-1510

 

Tea break

1510-1540

 

THEME - 5 – Marine biotechnology and bio-marine products

 

Dr K. V. Rajendran
Principal Scientist, CIFE, Mumbai, India

1540-1600

New paradigms in invertebrate immunity with special reference to crustaceans.

 

Dr. Kajal Chakraborty
Senior Scientist, CMFRI, Kochi, India

1605-1625

Marine natural products as novel molecular scaffolds for pharmaceutical applications

 

Dr. N. K. Sanil
Senior Scientist, CMFRI, Kochi, India

1630-1650

Tackling diseases of farmed aquatic animals

Presentations

1655-1755

Presentations Theme -5

Winding up by Chair

1755-1805

 

Dinner

1830-2030

CMFRI Campus lawn

DAY -4                                          

10.01.2020

 

THEME - 6 – Livelihood, economics and trade

 

Dr N. Venugopalan
Programme Manager, ICSF Trust, Chennai, India

0900-0920

Implementing the SSF Guidelines at the National and Subnational Levels: Challenges and Opportunities.

 

Dr V. Vivekanandan
FISHMARC & SIFFS, Chennai, India

0925-0945

Role of fishermen societies in fisheries management

 

Prof (Dr) Pranab Mukhopadhyay
Professor, Goa University, India

0950-1010

Marine ecosystems are economists just bystanders

Tea break

1010-1040

 

Presentations

1040-1140

Presentations Theme -6

Winding up by Chair

1140-1150

 

THEME - 7 – Green harvests and post-harvest technologies

 

Dr. Petri Suuronen
Programme Director, Blue Bioeconomy Natural Resources Institute, Finland

1150-1200

New developments in green fishing technologies.

Dr. C.N. Ravisankar
Director, Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Kochi, India

1205-1225

 Recent trends in fish processing.

Lunch break

1225-1325

Lunch break/Poster viewing (Theme 6 & 7)

Presentations

1325-1425

Presentations Theme -7

Tea break

1425-1500

 

Valedictory & Distribution of awards

1500-1600

 

* All timings are tentative and subject to change

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