Science symposia

3rd ICES/PICES Early Career Scientist Conference

Climate, Oceans and Society: Challenges & Opportunities
30 May – 2 June 2017, Busan, Korea

Hal Batchelder (PICES)
Wojciech Wawrzynski (ICES)


​​​​​Background and objectives
To encourage the participation of young scientists in international scientific investigations and to promote their involvement in the management and stewardship of the marine environment.


  • Climate effects on physical, chemical and biological processes
  • Anthropogenic effects on the marine environment
  • Patterns and processes in marine ecosystems

Eligibility criteria & application instructions
Applicants must be under 35 years in age or have completed a PhD since 2012. Application must consists of:

  • pre-registering online
  • an abstract of your original research for oral or poster presentation
  • a curriculum vitae, including a "Motivation" section that describes how this conference will benefit the applicant towards attaining their marine science professional goals
  • an on-line financial application for travel funds.

The Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) will evaluate the applications and invite successful candidates to attend the conference.  Scientists from developing countries are especially encouraged to apply.  Venue capacity restricts the conference to ca. 130-140 participants.

Abstract submission deadline: 28 September 2016

For more information go to the symposium website.

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