We would like to thank all participants and especially the presenters of the #HydroFish2020 Twitter Conference for making it such a successful event.
The format gave Early Career Researchers the opportunity to showcase their research to a wide audience and allowed people from all over the world to participate, read the presentations and ask questions. Now you can read their presentations too, even without a Twitter account.
Each presentation consists of a series of 10 Tweets (each of which has up to 280 characters) and is supported by pictures and videos. This way, you will be able to get a quick yet precise overview of the latest research and results presented during the #HydroFish2020 conference.
The talks of each presenter can be found below; to read the presentation expand the title by clicking on it or on the + sign.
KEYNOTE: Professor Colin BeanUniversity of Glasgow
Pieterjan VerhelstGhent University
Ine PauwelsResearch Institute Nature and Forest
Jenna VergeynstGhent University
Merryn ThomasSwansea University
Thomas LarrieuCNRS – University of Poitiers
Fatma LemkercherCNRS – University of Poitiers
Henry HansenKalrstad University
Kordula SchwarzwälderNorwegian University of Science and Technology
Hannah SchwedhelmTechnical University of Munich
Maria João CostaInstituto Superior Técnico
Daniel HayesUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Alejandro Julian BaladronInstituto Superior Técnico
Carlos-Cano-BarbacilUniversity of Girona
Nicole SmialekTechnical University of Munich
Johannes RadingerLeibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
Ruben van TreeckLeibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
All Tweets about the conference can also be found on Twitter through the #HydroFish2020 conference hashtag. Want to know more about the conference and how a Twitter conference works? Visit the conference webpage.