Date: 8 May 2024

Time: 18:45 – 23:30 (UTC+8) / 12:45 – 17:30 (EET)

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A virtual training program will be held to explore innovative solutions, tips and techniques, and ideas for using information and communication technologies (ICT) in aquaculture by showcasing a set of different case studies.


In this training session hosted by the U. S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and the United Soybean Board (USB) in partnership with WorldFish’s Egypt, scientists and academicians will come together to present current status and outlook future perspectives for enhancing the efficiency of smart aquaculture through information technology in Egypt.

WorldFish’s aquaculture scientists will be participating in a training session to present several case studies on the role of information technology in modern aquaculture and innovation solutions for ensuring transparency, precision of fish farming, and transition from experience to knowledge-based production. Furthermore, exchanging tips and techniques as well as good practices tailored for small-scale farmers, producers, and business owners.



Welcoming remarks

I WorldFish, (USSEC) and (LFRPDA)

Smart Aquaculture: Enhancing Efficiency through Information Technology

I Salah Mesalhy Aly, Professor, Chair, Lakes and Fish Resources Protection and Development Agency (LFRPDA), Cairo, Egypt

Blockchain in Seafood Traceability: Ensuring Transparency and Quality

I Ahmed Diab (PhD), Senior Researcher, Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research (CLAR)

Innovative Solutions: The Role of Information Technology in Modern Aquaculture

I Hazem Abd ElTawab (PhD), Co-founder, ReNile Co.

Precision Fish Farming: transition from experience-to knowledge-based production

I Mohamed Fathi Eliwa (PhD), Scientist, WorldFish - Egypt

Successful Tips, Techniques and Ideas to Avoid Common Mistakes

I Diaa Al-Kenawy (PhD), Central Laboratory for Aquaculture Research (CLAR)

Open Discussion & Q/A

Closing remarks

I WorldFish, (USSEC) and (LFRPDA)



Please note: The presentations will be in the English language, while the training will be delivered in the Arabic language. 

We look forward to your active participation.

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