Open sessions provide you with a wider understanding of how ICES works and explore new ideas and initiatives.
These sessions often result in new proposals for working groups, workshops, or theme sessions for forthcoming ASCs.
There are plenty of topics to choose from. Check out the line-up, and join the discussion!
Without data - no science, no advice, no ICES
Access to quality data is fundamental for ICES science and advice. The chairs of ICES Science and Advisory committees, and Head of Data and Information discuss how to make links between data users and data collectors, how to ensure data quality, and how to make data available to science and advice.
What are the implications for marine ecosystems of interactions between multiple stressors?
ICES coordinated surveys: overviews, reporting survey design, and e-infrastructure
13:00-15:00 Room: Alfa"What do we mean by ICES science?"
Vice-Presidents Tammo Bult (NL) and Pierre Petitgas (FR) will lead this session and present the results of a survey of the ICES community and external partners aimed at getting feedback on the perceptions of the role of ICES science.
Come join this session to hear the results from our online survey about ICES science – and to share your views about it!
How is your science being used in assessments and advice?
15:00–16:30 Room: Beta 1 Microplastics in the oceansCo-sponsored by JPI Oceans
15:00-16:30 Room: Beta 2How to get your message throughMaking your science matter – science communication tips to boost your impact
15:00-16:30 Room: Omega 1Open science forum: Bridging the Baltic and the North Sea(cancelled)