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We are happy to announce that the final iAtlantic General Assembly will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK on 9-13 October 2023 at the University of Edinburgh. Please save the date! Further details, including key registration details, key dates, call for abstracts and provisional programme is available on the GA2023 conference webpage.
The 2022 iAtlantic General Assembly took place in Florianópolis, Brazil on 10-14 October 2022. Please see the GA2022 conference webpage for all details.
In addition, two capacity building workshops took place either side of the main GA2022 meeting:
Over the course of 5 days (20-24 September 2021), the iAtlantic project community met to discuss progress, achievements and highlights of the past 15 months since the whole project last met. With COVID still very much an issue for all partners, the meeting was convened as a virtual event, with around 80 participants joining from all over the Atlantic region.
Watch keynote talk by Ambassador Peter Thomson, the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for the Ocean:
130+ participants from 16 countries, more than 24 hours of conference sessions over 4 days, a virtual drinks reception, and a showcase of pet dogs and stylish headwear: between 11-14 May 2020 the iAtlantic project successfully hosted its first annual General Assembly using web conferencing technology in place of an in-person meeting. The meeting programme featured plenary sessions for all iAtlantic work packages, followed by a series of intense breakout sessions and workshops addressing specific topic.
Read more about the iAtlantic General Assembly 2020
Partners-only access to all GA-2020 materials (login required)
The iAtlantic team gathered for a kick-off meeting between 18-20 June 2019 in Edinburgh. The meeting included overview of the iAtlantic work packages, coordination and management, first expedition planning meeting and a series of break-out sessions for different parts of the team.