At each of our annual AQUACULTURE EUROPE events, EAS offers awards of €250 to the Best Poster and the Best Student Poster - as judged by the session chairs and then by the Programme Committee co-chairs.

CONGRATULATIONS to the winners!

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AE2010 Best Poster

AE10 Richard poster




The AE2010 Best Poster was awarded to Marion Richard, IFREMER, France, and co-authors M. Cardinal, R. Fabre, J.T. Maurice, J. Cornet, C. Donnay-Moreno, J.P. Gouygou, J.P. Bergé, J-S. Bruant, S. Cariou, M. Hamdaoui, J. Hussenot.

Their poster is entitled "SEACASE Project: Improving the fish quality of an intensive system by a short crossing in algae ponds". 





AE2010 Best Student Poster

AE10 Geay PDF



The AE2010 Best Poster was awarded to Florian Geay, IFREMER, France, and co-authors E. Santigosa I Culi , C. Corporeau, P. Boudry , Y. Dreano, L. Corcos, N. Bodin, S. Kaushik, M. Vandeputte, J.L. Zambonino-Infante, D. Mazurais, and C.L. Cahu.

Their poster is entitled "Effects of a vegetable diet deprived in HUFA on the regulation of FADS2 activity in the European Sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax: a potential limiting step in HUFA biosynthesis".






AE2010 Lindsay Laird Award (abstract)

 AE10 Serpa abstract


The AE2010 Lindsay Laird Award was awarded to Dalila Serpa, IPIMAR, Portugal, and co-authors M. Falcão, H. Ferreira, M. Cunha, L. Conceição, and P. Pousão-Ferreira.

Their poster is entitled "Optimisation of stocking density and feed formulation in semi-intensive production systems: how it can minimase the environmental impacts of earth pond aquaculture".




 AE2010 Ibrahim Okumus Award (abstract)

Ae10 Aranda Burgos abstract


The AE2010 Ibrahim Okumus Award was awarded to José Andrés Aranda-Burgos, Centro de Cultivos Marinos de Ribadeo-CIMA, Spain, and co-authors F. da Costa, S. Nóvoa, J. Ojea, Cerviño-Otero, A., Louzán, A., Fernández-Pardo, A. and D. Martínez-Patiño.

Their poster is entitled "Embryonic and larval development of the grooved carpet shell Ruditapes decussatus: A scanning electron microscope study".