With more than 450 participants expected to attend the four-day conference, AlgaEurope 2023 aims to foster collaboration, knowledge exchange, and innovation within the algae industry. The event serves as a platform for discussing the latest advancements and breakthroughs in the field, and will cover a wide range of topics including biorefinery, bio-stimulant, cosmetic, feed, food, and regulation.
Accepted abstracts will have the chance to present their work as a speaker or with a poster. Moreover, authors whose abstracts are accepted can submit their work to the Journal of Applied Phycology, further enhancing the visibility of their research.
New this year is the Poster Presentation Award, recognising the best posters of AlgaEurope 2023. The Gold, Silver, and Bronze Award will be nominated by the AlgaEurope Evaluation Committee, with an additional Audience Award allowing delegates to vote for their favourite poster via the AlgaEurope App.
The conference program will be comprehensive and engaging, and will include keynote presentations from experts in the field. This year's keynote speakers are Philippe Potin (France), Susanna Coelho (Germany), Angela Wulf (Sweden), and Robert Henrikson (USA), who will share their insights and expertise.
The trade show component for the conference has more than 18 companies set to showcase their products and services, further highlighting the industry's growth and innovation.
To foster networking and collaboration, there will also be a conference dinner that will take place on the 13 December at the Municipal House (Obecní dům). This event will allow delegates the opportunity to connect and share experiences over dinner in a historic setting.
As part of continuous improvement efforts, AlgaEurope 2023 has introduced a conference application, offering participants an efficient way to communicate, schedule meetings, and stay updated on the latest news.