The 10th Annual World Congress of Ocean-2023 (WCO-2023) will be held in Sapporo, Japan during January 09-11, 2023. WCO series congress contribute to offering professionals in the field of ocean a multidisciplinary informative cooperative platform, and it has been the most definite and grand Ocean event in Asia. With the strong participation from diversified areas, we are proud to say WCO has turned into an important international convention in ocean related fields. We are confident in organizing WCO-2023, which would be better and more successful than previous conferences. The 3-day conference is an effective series of activities including Plenary Forum, Parallel Sessions, Welcome Banquet, Exhibitions, Posters and Tours etc.
WCO-2023 is intended to provide a platform for professionals around the world to exchange state-of-the-art research and development and identify research needs and opportunities in the field of Ocean. It covers a wide range of topics related to Ocean Economy, Maritime Law, Ocean Engineering, Ocean Energy, Green Port, Shipping & Modern Shipbuilding, Marine Management and Environment Protection, Ocean Science, etc. Over the conference period, you will have opportunities to share information and the best face to face to practices business leaders, academic researchers and government agents around the world. It serves as a great opportunity to find global partners and build up research and business relations. The three-day conference is an effective series of activities such as plenary lectures, parallel symposiums, oral communications and lively poster sessions etc.
Planned Sessions at a Glance
- Opening Ceremony and Keynote Forum
- Track 1: Maritime Law
- Track 2: Ocean Economy and Finance
- Track 3: Coastal and Ocean Engineering
- Track 4: Ocean Energy Development and Utilization
- Track 5: Emerging Ocean Science and Technology
- Track 6: Marine Management and Environment Protection
- Track 7: Smart Port, Green Shipping & Shipbuilding
- Track 8: Marine Biotechnology
- Track 9: Aquaculture and Fisheries