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Theme: Marine Science Research and Technology for Future Preservation | Deadline for abstract submission (Round- 3): 3 April 2017

Keynote Speakers

Welcome to Marine Science Research and Technology Conference

 
  Marine Science - 2017 conference includes exemplary sessions, workshops, seminars, B2B meetings  and exhibiting opportunities. The conference showcases world’s most renowned scientists, researchers,  academicians and more. Clyto Access is inviting industries related to hardware, software, equipment,  materials, services in the field of Marine Science and Technology. The Marine Science Research and  Technology conference is organized in association with “Journal of Marine Science Research and  Technology ” an open access journal, accepts articles related to marine organisms, evolution of marine  organisms, marine conservation and technologies used in development of marine biology. The journal  serves as a hub between academic professionals, research scholars and industrial's in spreading the  recent advancements of Marine Science. The conference participants are also invited to contribute their  research papers adding value to our journal.  
 Marine Science - 2017 emphasizes on biological sciences, including evolutionary, molecular and  cellular biology, as well as topics in oceanography, ecology, botany, genetics of marine plants and  animals in relation to their ecology, marine conservation and technologies used in development of marine biology. Marine science conference lays emphasis on biodiversity and population studies of marine ecosystems and the impact of global warming, ocean acidification and climate change on marine ecosystem. 
Marine science - 2017 emphasis on various topics including marine habitats, aqua culture, biodegradation, eutrophication, food web dynamics, bioremediation, biofouling and its prevention biogeochemical cycles, volcanic and seismic activity, marine food analysis – spoilage and quality control. Marine engineering emphasis on the design, development, production and maintenance of the equipments used at sea and on board sea vessels like boats, ships etc. The technologies involved in maritime technology are the following: naval architecture, marine engineering, ship design, ship building and ship operations, oil and gas exploration, exploitation, and production, hydrodynamics, navigation, underwater technology and engineering; marine resources, transport logistics and economics, inland, coastal, short sea and deep sea shipping. The journal also includes articles on taxonomic syntheses, morphology, life history and developmental biology of marine organisms, chemical and physical oceanography, marine environment health and its relationship to human health.

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Open panel discussions: Providing an open forum with experts from academia and business to discuss on current challenges in Marine Science Research and Technology, where all attendees can interact with the panel followed by a Q&A session.
Editorial board meeting: Discussing on growth and development of Clyto Access' Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology and recruiting board members and reviewers who can support the journal.
Speaker and poster presentations: Providing a platform to all academicians and industry professionals to share their research thoughts and findings through a speech or a poster presentation.
Workshops: These are often the most enlightening sessions, as they are interactive and can go much deeper than a lecture can.
Round table meetings: Providing a platform where industry professionals meet academic experts.
 

Deadline for Abstract submission (Round- 3): 3 April 2017
On behalf of Marine Science - 2017, Clyto Access cordially invites you to participate, to promote research, helping scientific community in gaining valuable insights and analysis through expert talks.

SESSIONS

Oceanography is the branch of Geography that studies the sea. It covers an extensive variety of subjects, including biological system elements; sea streams, waves, and geophysical liquid progression; plate tectonics and the topography of the ocean bottom; and fluxes of different synthetic substances and physical properties inside the sea and over its limits.

Track 1-1: Ocean and Ecosystem

Track 1-2: Interactions between sea and air

Track 1-3: Extent and depth of oceans

Track 1-4: Elementary classification of marine environment

Track 1-5: Physical and Chemical Oceonography

Track 1-6: Biological Oceonography

Track 1-7: Paleo and Geological Oceonography

Marine habitats are situated from the coasts, over the continental shelf to the open ocean and deep sea. Marine ecosystems are home to a host of different species ranging from planktonic organisms that form the base of the marine food web to large marine mammals. 

Track 2-1: Marine zoology & Ichthyology, Microbiology

Track 2-2: Marine Coral life & Coral bleaching

Track 2-3: Marine plankton, nekton and benthos

Track 2-4: Probiotic bacteria in aqua culture

Track 2-5: Food web dynamics

Track 2-6: Estuaries

Track 2-7: Mangroove swamps

Marine pollution includes a range of threats including from land-based sources, oil spills, untreated sewage, heavy siltation, eutrophication (nutrient enrichment), invasive species, persistent organic pollutants (POP’s), heavy metals from mine tailings and other sources, acidification, radioactive substances, marine litter, overfishing and destruction of coastal and marine habitats.

Track 3-1: Global warming and environmental issues

Track 3-2: Protection of the marine environment

Track 3-3: Algal blooms and Bioactive marine toxins

Track 3-4: Bioremediation, Bioerosion and Eutrophication

Track 3-5: Biofouling and prevention

Track 3-6: Methods for protecting fish stock

Track 3-7: Sea weeds for metal pollutants removal

Track 3-8: Marine food analysis-spoilage and quality control

Physical oceanography is the exploration and study of the physics and geography of the ocean currents and water properties. It focuses on describing and understanding the evolving patterns of ocean circulation and fluid motion, along with the distribution of its properties such as temperature, salinity and the concentration of dissolved chemical elements and gases. 

Track 4-1: Ocean acidification

Track 4-2: Oceanic currents

Track 4-3: Volcanic and Sesimic activity

Track 4-4: Modeling Coastal and observation of Ocean Processes

Track 4-5: Climate variability

Track 4-6: Ocean circulation

Track 4-7: Ocean–atmosphere interface

Marine technology is defined  as "technologies for the safe use, exploitation, protection of, and intervention in, the marine environment." The technologies involved in marine technology are the following: naval architecture, marine engineering, ship design, ship building and ship operations, oil and gas exploration, exploitation. 

Track 5-1: Marine Engineering and Naval architecture

Track 5-2: Marine electronics and archeology

Track 5-3: Maritime management

Track 5-4: Short sea and deep sea shipping

Track 5-5: Modular ocean model

Track 5-6: Undersea robotics and Stabilized sensor systems

Track 5-7: CTD instrument packages

Track 5-8: Bathymetry

Track 5-9: Transport logistics and Economics

Marine biotechnology is the process that involves the marine resources of the world that are studied in biotechnology applications. Its applications are utilized in numerous tasks, such as deriving new cancer treatments from marine organisms to localized seaweed farming. 

Track 6-1: Population Genetics in Marine Systems

Track 6-2: Marine Genomics, Metagenomics and Bioinformatics

Track 6-3: Marine Drugs, Bioactive Compounds and Nutraceuticals

Track 6-4: Marine Proteins And Biomaterials

Track 6-5: Marine pharmaceutics and cosmeceutics

Track 6-6: Bioactive Natural Products from Marine Bacteria

Track 6-7: Development of Marine Drugs and Natural Products

Aquaculture, also known as aqua farming, is the farming of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic plants, algae, and other aquatic organisms. Aquaculture involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled conditions, and can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish. Mariculture refers to aquaculture practiced in marine environments and in underwater habitats.

Track 7-1: Aquatic Immunology

Track 7-2: Aquaculture Nutrition

Track 7-3: Aquaculture toxicology

Track 7-4: Aquaculture Resources

Track 7-5: Mariculture

Track 7-6: Disease management in Aquaculture

Track 7-7: Diversification in Aquaculture

Organizing Committee

Our Speakers

Poster Presentation

Programs Programs Detail Time
1

Spot Registrations

08:00 am
2

Inauguration of Marine Science Summit - 2017

09:00 am
3

Keynote sessions #1

09:30 am
4

Refreshments break

10:30 am
5

Keynote sessions #2

11:00 am
6

Refreshments - Lunch break

12:30 pm
7

Scientific sessions - Speech opportunity available

01:30 pm
8

Scientific sessions - Speech opportunity available

03:30 pm
9

Editorial board meeting -Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology

Discussing on growth and development of Clyto Access' Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology

05:00 pm
10

Day #1 - Closure

06:00 pm

venue

Ritz Carlton, Malaysia

Ritz Carlton

address

Ritz Carlton, Jalan Imbi, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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