ISMFR 2021 Online

The 4th International Symposium on Marine and Fisheries Research 2021

28-29 July 2021

Fish is the primary livelihood resource for many countries, particularly in developing countries. The recent FAO report indicated that a total number of worldwide fisher and fish farmers reach 58.272 million people, 84.16% living in Asia. Fish contains a rich source of high-quality protein and nutrition, and it is one of the most frequently consumed animal proteins in many countries. Therefore, the fisheries sector's contribution becomes significant for enhancing global food security since fish could directly become a source of essential animal protein and indirectly as the main source of job and income to buy food.

Pandemic COVID-19 has hardly impacted global fisheries and aquaculture, as FAO reported it in the 34th session of the Committee on Fisheries (COFI). Fish supply, consumption, and trade revenues have declined due to widespread disruption in fisheries production, supply chain, and consumer spending. However, FAO's further report through a document entitled "The effect of COVID-19 on fisheries and aquaculture in Asia" suggests that this pandemic impact is a catalyst for the fisheries sector to be more innovative, socially, and environmentally responsible. It also drives the resolution of the persistent social issues in fisheries, such as gender inequity, social inequality, and lack of social protection for small farmers and workers. Moreover, the strategy of relieving the pandemic's impacts on fisheries and aquaculture can trigger the integration of all existing programs which have pandemic-related objectives.

“New-normal” life brought about a dramatic change in people’s lifestyle. Globally, people become more concerned about sanitation and hygiene, doing more frequent exercise, and paying more attention to healthier foods. This pandemic situation drives people to implement a healthy lifestyle. Fish and fisheries products are a well-known healthy food. It contains high quality and quantity of protein, a good source of DHA and EPA, and provides essential vitamins and minerals required by the body to maintain its healthy status.

The innovation of science and technology in the fisheries sector is a key point to improve and assure the efficiency and sustainability of the production and utilization of the resource. Research activities and development should be synergistically carried out for the implementation of technologies that bring benefits to the communities. Thus, the Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Gadjah Mada hold a biennially international symposium to provide access and exchange of research data and fisheries experience to support the transfer of knowledge and technology to strengthen the world’s fisheries sector.

The 4th International Symposium on Marine and Fisheries Research aims to bring together academic scientists, researchers, government institutions, private parties, and stakeholders to share and exchange progress information, experiences, and research results in all aspects of marine and fisheries sciences. It also provides a gathering forum for interdisciplinary discussion about innovation, trends, and challenges to increase awareness of sustainable marine and fisheries production and consumption. Scientific networks are expected as an output of this symposium.

The symposium comprises plenary, oral, and poster sessions. The keynote speakers from different marine and fisheries science fields will present their papers in the plenary session. Oral presentations consist of invited speakers and selected oral presenters for each topic will take place in parallel. English will be the official language of the symposium. The symposium's scopes are capture fisheries fisheries biology, fisheries resource management, fisheries socio­‐economics, oceanography, climate sciences, marine ecotoxicology, aquaculture, fish disease, fish genetics, biotechnology, marine natural product, seafood processing technology, seafood safety, and any other topics related to fisheries.

Speakers

  • Rashid Sumaila

    Prof. Rashid Sumaila

  • Erlinda R-Cruz-Lacierda

    Prof. Erlinda R-Cruz-Lacierda

  • Soottawat Benjakul

    Prof. Soottawat Benjakul

  • Djumanto

    Dr. Djumanto

  • Mark Costello

    Prof. Mark J. Costello

  • Nurfitri Ekantari

    Dr. Nurfitri Ekantari

  • Lotta Kuuliala

    Dr. Lotta Kuuliala

  • Hamdan Syakuri

    Dr. Hamdan Syakuri

  • Connie Fay Komilus

    Dr. Connie Fay Komilus

  • Alice Jones

    Dr. Alice Jones

  • Norshida Ismail

    Dr. Norshida Ismail

  • Indrawati Oey

    Prof. Indrawati Oey

  • Kenichi Matsuda

    Kenichi Matsuda, Ph.D.

  • Siriporn Tola

    Dr. Siriporn Tola

  • Yudha Trinoegraha Adiputra

    Dr. Yudha Trinoegraha Adiputra

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Schedule

Western Indonesia Time

  • Registration

  • Opening Ceremony

  • Keynote Speaker Session 1

    Prof. Rashid Sumaila

  • Keynote Speaker Session 2

    Prof. Erlinda R-Cruz-Lacierda
    Sea Lice in Southeast Asian Aquaculture

  • Keynote Speaker Session 3

    Prof. Soottawat Benjakul
    Hydrolyzed Collagen from Fish Skin: Process Development and Nutraceutical Properties

  • Closing

  • Break

  • Invited Speakers (6 parallel class)

    Dr. Djumanto (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
    - Aquatic Resource Management

    Prof. Mark J. Costello (Nord University)

    Dr. Nurfitri Ekantari (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
    - Fish Product Technology

    Dr. Lotta Kuuliala (Ghent University)
    - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Seafood Spoilage Analysis

    Dr. Hamdan Syakuri (Jenderal Soedirman University)
    - Studies of Intestinal Mucosal Barrier in Fish

    Dr. Connie Fay Komilus (University of Sultan Zainal Abidin)
    - Dried Acetes spp. as Growth Promoter for Guppy (Poecilia Reticulata) Nutrition: a Mini Review

  • Oral Session in 6 parallel classes

    (9 presenters at each class)

  • Poster Session in 6 parallel classes

    (10 presenters at each class)

  • Closing

Topics

Aquaculture • Fish disease • Fisheries biology • Biotechnology • Seafood processing • Seafood safety • Fisheries management • Fisheries socio­‐economics • Aquatic ecotoxicology • Marine natural product • Climate sciences • Oceanography • Other topics

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline

    Extended

  • Selection results announcement

    Extended

  • Early bird payment deadline

    Extended

  • Normal payment deadline

  • Full paper submission deadline

  • ISMFR 2021

Registration Fee

Participation Early Bird Normal

Local Student*

First Paper (published)

1.750.000 IDR

2.250.000 IDR

Additional Paper (published)

1.250.000 IDR

1.250.000 IDR

Presenter without publication

250.000 IDR

750.000 IDR

Non presenter

200.000 IDR

300.000 IDR

Local Participant

First Paper (published)

2.000.000 IDR

2.500.000 IDR

Additional Paper (published)

1.500.000 IDR

1.500.000 IDR

Presenter without publication

500.000 IDR

1.000.000 IDR

Non presenter

250.000 IDR

350.000 IDR

International Student*

First Paper (published)

150 USD

200 USD

Additional Paper (published)

125 USD

175 USD

Presenter without publication

50 USD

100 USD

Non presenter

20 USD

25 USD

International Participant

First Paper (published)

200 USD

250 USD

Additional Paper (published)

125 USD

175 USD

Presenter without publication

100 USD

150 USD

Non presenter

30 USD

50 USD

* proved by Student ID Card