AQUAFLUO II: "Chlorophyll Fluorescence in the Aquatic Sciences" Meeting


  • University of Technology Sydney Australia

We are pleased to announced our meeting, AQUAFLUO II: "Chlorophyll Fluorescence in the Aquatic Sciences": www.uts.edu.au/aquafluo. This unique meeting was last held 10 years ago in the Czech Republic to bring together users and developers of instrumentation that exploits (chlorophyll) fluorescence properties of aquatic organisms, through a blend of presentations, discussion forums and practical workshops. AQUAFLUO II is a timely revisit to key topics but also consider new questions from the rapidly growing user community, that is tracking accelerated expansion of chlorophyll fluorescence sensor technology and its application to ecosystem and food security. We already have an impressive lineup of Key Note Speakers (Prof Paul Falkowski, Rutgers University; Prof Antonietta Quigg, Texas A&M University; Prof Michael Behrenfeld, Oregon State University; Prof David Kramer, Michigan State University), Contributing Speakers and Industry Exhibitors.  

Registration is now open: http://www.uts.edu.au/research-and-teaching/our-research/climate-change-cluster/climate-change-cluster-2017-colloquium-2; however, spaces are deliberately limited to 150 attendees to ensure the focused and productive nature of our meeting. Please see the website for further information and contact details.