Aquatic and Fisheries Science Talks
Aquatic and Fisheries Science (AFS) Talks is a biweekly webinar series started since June 2020. AFS Talks is an initiative to bring people onboard who are passionate about aquatic science. AFS Talks is governed by a board having four members in the team. Our aim is to connect students, researchers, professionals and hobbyists to develop collaborations so everyone can learn from each other for a world where people work with good science.
We invite speakers from a wide range of backgrounds within the aquatic theme. The platform is open for anyone who loves hearing a science talk.
AFS Talks 52: Oceanariums
Event: AFS Talk 52
Date: 25th March 2023 (Saturday)
Time: 19:30 hrs IST
Speaker: Arun Aloysius, Assistant Manager, The Royal Atlantis, Dubai
Biography & Abstract
Arun Aloysius has a Master’s in Fisheries science and is a PADI certified SCUBA instructor. He have been in the aquarium field for more than 15 years. He is a specialist in Oceanariums and have been developing, maintaining and managing some of the iconic oceanariums in the world such as Underwater World Singapore, S.E.A Aquarium and Dubai Mall Aquarium. In this talk, Arun will pitch into the relevance of oceanriums and some of the finer details such as its daily maintenance activities.
How to join our talks?
The talk events are free to attend and participate in our discussions. We conduct our talks/ webinars in Zoom. Make sure you have a valid profile name to let you in. There are two options.
Option 1: Click https://tinyurl.com/afs-talk
Option 2: Use Zoom app
Meeting ID: 865 0865 1594