Loading Events
Home / AQUA 2018
AQUA 2018
Aqua 2018
Saturday August 25, 2018 Image: EAS
All day event


August 25, 2018
August 29, 2018


France + Google Map


European Aquaculture Society (EAS)
World Aquaculture Society (WAS)
Ministry Agriculture & Animal Resources Rwanda, National Agricultural Export Development Board, Embassy of the Netherlands, NABC, PSF Rwanda, RHIO, SPARK and AgriProFocus

AQUA 2018 is co-organized by the European Aquaculture Society (EAS) and the World Aquaculture Society (WAS) and will take place in Montpellier, France on August 25 – 29, 2018. It will comprise a scientific conference, trade exhibition, industry forums, workshops, student events and receptions. The GCP project Nutritious-system pond faring in Vietnam will be present in different sessions. 

Please follow this link to register for AQUA 2018.

AQUA events are held every six years to celebrate the fact that aquaculture is one of the most important food production industries in the world. Aquaculture is the most efficient producer of high quality food and contributes to global health and wealth. Aquaculture respects the environment, creates employment and offers significant investment opportunities. Past events were held in Nice (2000), Florence (2006) and Prague (2012).

AQUA 2018 will highlight the latest aquaculture research and innovation to underpin continued growth of this exciting food production sector. It is a global aquaculture event and participation is expected from more than sixty countries. AQUA 2018 will draw on Europe and Africa, Canada, USA and Latin America as well as the Middle East and Asia Pacific region and the rest of the world to create one of the largest aquaculture trade shows in the world.

Nutritious Pond project

The Nutritious Pond project will be present at World Aquaculture in Montpellier from August 26 to 29 and will be present in different sessions covering different topics related to the GCP project:

  • Aquaculture Value Chain Innovation. Special Session Monday 27 in the afternoon.
  • Nutritious pond concept and its potential for sustainable intensification of aquaculture – Tuesday 28 in the afternoon. Special session on “Expanding aquaculture within the planetary boundaries”.
  • Effect of dietary protein to energy ratio on performance of Nile Tilapia and food web enhancement in semi-intensive pond aquaculture – Sunday 26 – Tilapia Session.
  • Microoganisms in bioflocs make unavailable phosphate, fixed in dietary phytate available for Nile Tilapia, Biofloc Session, Monday 27 August.


  • This event has passed.