The Symposium will begin with an evening event on November 7, followed by two full days of sessions on November 8 & 9. The Symposium will wrap up with an optional full day workshop for HQP and early career researchers on November 10 (in person only).
The event will be held in-person in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, with select sessions streamed live for a virtual audience. There is no cost for registration for the Symposium.
About the Symposium
OTN is a global aquatic research, data management and partnership platform headquartered at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Symposium is an annual event that brings together researchers from around the world to collaborate, develop strategies and seek new opportunities to understand the movements of aquatic animals in changing environments.
The Symposium will begin with an evening event on November 7, followed by two full days of sessions on November 8 & 9. The Symposium will wrap up with an optional full day workshop for HQP and early career researchers on November 10.
There are limited funds available for travel bursaries. Bursaries will be prioritized for students and early career researchers, as well as for those presenting at the Symposium. However, anyone in need of financial support to attend the Symposium may apply via the online registration form. Travel bursary recipients will be notified by August 15, 2022.
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If you have any questions about the Symposium, please do not hesitate to reach out to Jessica Bradford at: [email protected]
The OTN Symposium is an important forum for bringing together telemetry researchers from across the world. Through the sponsorship of this event, your organization has an opportunity to position itself as a global leader in the fields of ocean research, technology and conservation among a network of scientists, communities, government and industry representatives.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jessica Bradford ([email protected]).