OCEANEXT 2024 - Working together to meet the challenges 

 Registrations are closed. 

Gala dinner will be helded tonight 19h30 at Cercle Cambronne (3 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau 44000 Nantes). Map from halle 6 available here!

Full interactive program on line, left menu or full pdf programProgram for best presentation award

Plenary lectures:

Philippe Blondel (University of Bath, UK)  

Werner Krauss (University of Bremen, Germany).


Welcome to Nantes / France !


The inspiring and innovative city of the Dukes of Brittany between Loire vineyards and the Atlantic coast

Following the success of the 2016 and 2019 editions, the Institut Universitaire Mer et Littoral of Nantes University (IUML) and its laboratories are delighted to announce that the third edition of OCEANEXT will be held from June 12 to 14, 2024 in Nantes at the Halle 6 Ouest.at the Halle 6 Ouest. For this edition, the general theme will be "Meeting the challenges of maritime and coastal socio-ecosystems together".

This multidisciplinary international conference, initiated in 2016 by the COSELMAR program, aims to bring together renowned international scientists and encourage an interdisciplinary look at the issues addressed.

The seminar is divided into two parts:

  • Scientific conferences on June 12 & 13,
  • Policy Day on June 14, a free day with independent registration, hosted by the Pays de la Loire region.

Justine Dumay, Sophie Pardo and Marc Robin will be delighted to steer this edition.


Themes & sessions :

Understanding the past and representations of the sea

Coquillage S.1 Maritime archeology

Coquillage S.2 Imaginaries of the sea

Global changes

Coquillage S.5 Nature-based solutions to climate change

Coquillage S.6 Exposome, health and biodiversity

Coquillage S.7 Decarbonizing maritime transport

How to cope with changes ?

Coquillage S.8 Threats and cybersecurity in the maritime sector: technological and human issues

Coquillage S.9 Environmental integration of marine renewable energies

Coquillage S.11 Sharing maritime space

Coquillage S.12 Ship flags: challenges, drifts and prospects for sustainable ocean governance

Coquillage S.13 Maritime work/maritime profession: Configurations and reconfigurations

Coquillage S.15 Public engagement in science and participatory science

Tomorrow’s innovations

Coquillage S.16 Microalgae: from biodiversity and ecological services to biotechnologies and innovation

Coquillage S.18 Underwater acoustics: noise and communication


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