Program

A quick peek at the program overview, the detailed program & the list of posters

Version: 15th of July 2021

Sunday 12th September
Monday 13th September
Tuesday 14th September
Wednesday 15th September
Thursday 16th September
Friday 17th September

Sunday 12th September

16:30

DSBS Regsitration

18:00

Ice breaking reception

19:00

DSB Society Students mixer (Online)

Monday 13th September

08:30

Welcome, Adrian Glover, President of the Deep-Sea Biology Society & local representatives

09:00

Keynote Talk 1 - Sabine Gollner

09:35

Parallel sessions

6 talks * 2

Session Deep Sea Mining (1g+1h) - 6 talks

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

11:05
Coffee Break * 20 mins

11:25

Parallel sessions

7 talks * 2

Session Deep Sea Mining (1g+1h)

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

13:10
Lunch * 1h05’ hours

14:15

Keynote Talk 2 - Amy Baco

14:50

Parallel sessions

6 talks * 2

Session Deep Sea Mining (1g+1h) -

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

16:20
Coffee Break * 20 mins

16:40

Parallel sessions

4 talks * 2

General session 1 Conservation topics and stewardship (natural/anthropogenic impacts, conservation, governance)

Special session 1b#application/pdf Spatial planning in the deep - lesson learned and new opportunities.pdf – Menini

18:00

Student event: Creating impactful graphics and figures to showcase your science (Online)

19:00

Round table: decolonizing deep-sa science (Online)

Tuesday 14th September

08:30

Keynote Talk 3 - Moriaki Yasuhara

09:05

Parallel sessions

8 talks * 2

Special session 1f#: application/pdf Climatic changes and deep-sea biodiversity.pdf– Yasuhara & Levin - 4 talks

Special Session 1c#:application/pdf Managing Deep-sea Ecosystems at Ocean Basin Scale.pdf– Morato & Roberts - 4 talks

Special session 2a#:application/pdf Biodiversity and ecology of the deep-sea and polar benthos - Presentations in honour of Prof Craig R. Smith of the University of Hawaii.pdf – Sweetman et al.

11:05
Coffee Break * 20 mins

11:25

Parallel sessions

7 talks * 2

Special session 1e#:application/pdf Pollutants and debris.pdf– Mestre - 4 talks

Special Session:application/pdf Effectively communicating science from the deep.pdf– Pereira & Amon  - 3 talks

Special session 2a#: application/pdf Biodiversity and ecology of the deep-sea and polar benthos - Presentations in honour of Prof Craig R. Smith of the University of Hawaii.pdf– Sweetman et al.

13:10
Lunch * 1h05’ hours

14:15

Keynote Talk 4 - Kerry Sink

14:50

Parallel sessions

6 talks * 2

Special session 2c#:application/pdf NW Pacific and Arctic biodiversity.pdf– Saeedi & Brandt

Special session 2a#: application/pdf Biodiversity and ecology of the deep-sea and polar benthos - Presentations in honour of Prof Craig R. Smith of the University of Hawaii.pdf – Sweetman et al.

16:20
Coffee Break * 20 mins

16:40

Poster Session

Wednesday 15th September

08:30

Keynote Talk 5 - Christian Tamburini

09:05

Parallel sessions

8 talks * 2

Special session 2d#:application/pdf Marine bioluminescence.pdf – Martini & Duchatelet - 4 talks

Special session 2e#: application/pdf Deep-sea microbial diversity and ecology - overview of micro eukaryotic and prokaryotic biota.pdf – Velez - 4 talks

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

11:05
Coffee Break * 20 mins

11:25

Parallel sessions

7 talks * 2

Special session 2e#: application/pdf Deep-sea microbial diversity and ecology - overview of micro eukaryotic and prokaryotic biota.pdf – Velez - 2 talks

Special session 2f#:application/pdf Biology of deep-sea microorganisms.pdf – Cario et al. - 5 talks

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

13:10
Lunch * 1h05’ hours

14:15

Social activites

20:00

Gala Diner

Thursday 16th September

08:30

Keynote Talk 6 - Johanna Weston

09:05

Parallel sessions

8 talks * 2

Special session 4a#:application/pdf Vision in the deep ocean.pdf – Stenvers & Osborn

Special session 2b#:  application/pdf The deepest places on Earth - Bringing light in Hadal zones.pdf – Shimabukuro et al.

11:05
Coffee Break * 20 mins

11:25

Parallel sessions

7 talks * 2

General Session 4 Adaptations of deep-sea organisms (from molecules to organisms: how life adapt to extreme conditions)

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

13:10
Lunch * 1h05’ hours

14:15

Keynote Talk 7 - Stéphane Hourdez

14:50

Parallel sessions

8 talks * 2

General Session 4 Adaptations of deep-sea organisms (from molecules to organisms: how life adapt to extreme conditions) - 3 talks

Special session 6a#:application/pdf Biomimicry, bio-inspiration and bioprospecting in the deep sea.pdf – Zeppilli et al. - 5 talks

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

16:50
Coffee Break * 20 mins

17:10

Parallel sessions

Round Table Deep-sea biomimicry (discovery of new technologies inspired by deep-sea biological solutions and processes)

Round table 1d#:  application/pdf Achieving Truly Global Stewardship of the Deep Ocean.pdf - Woodall et al

19:30

Annual General Meeting (AGM) Deep-Sea iology Society (Online)

Friday 17th September

08:30

Keynote Talk 8 - Kim Juniper

09:05

Parallel sessions

8 talks * 2

General Session 5 Access to the deep sea (technological and methodological advances to access and investigate deep-sea life, including observatories and cutting edge technologies –e.g. A.I. and omics) - 2 talks

Special session 5b#: application/pdf The use of the A.I. for biodiversity studies in the deep sea.pdfZeppilli et al. - 6 talks

General Session 3  Life-history traits and population connectivity (reproductive ecology, larval development and dispersal, and population connectivity)

11:05
Coffee Break * 20 mins

11:25

Parallel sessions

7 talks * 2

General Session 5 Access to the deep sea (technological and methodological advances to access and investigate deep-sea life, including observatories and cutting edge technologies –e.g. A.I. and omics) - 2 talks

Special session 5a#:application/pdf Deep-sea ecosystem dynamics - long-term observations and evolving approaches.pdfMatabos et al - 5 talks

General Session 3  Life-history traits and population connectivity (reproductive ecology, larval development and dispersal, and population connectivity)

13:10
Lunch * 1h05’ hours

14:15

Dedicated session to Anne Rognant

14:30

Parallel sessions

6 talks * 2

Special session     application/pdf Coupling -arts & sciences - Inspiration and innovation to increase ocean literacy.pdf - Sarrazin et al.

General Session 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning from microbes to megafauna (biodiversity patterns, species distribution, function, food webs)

16:00
Coffee Break * 20 mins

16:20

Parallel sessions

Round Table application/pdf Effectively communicating science from the deep.pdf – Pereira & Amon

Round Table Special session 1a#: application/pdf What the UN's Treaty on Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Means for Deep-Sea Science.pdfMarlow et al

17:50-19:10

Closing: Prize awards, results of the voting for the next Symposium