The 1st International Symposium on Aquaphotomics in 2014 was part of Kobe University Symposium held at its European Office in Brussels, Belgium. Scientists from 11 countries, mainly in Europe, came with talks and posters. Since then, a 5-year EU project which includes Aquaphotomics was started at UC Dublin.
The 2nd International Symposium was held at Kobe University in Japan. Researchers from around the world participated in the event and presented their research studies on Aquaphotomics. Workshops were organized to introduce new analysis techniques and open lectures were held to promote the importance of water science. In the world of inter-disciplinary science and technology, understanding the role of water and how it works is of crucial importance.
The 3rd Aquaphotomics International Symposium will have lectures by Professor Hiroo Hamaguchi (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan), Professor Gerald Polack (University of Washington, USA), Professor Christian Huck (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Professor Craig Schwartz (University of California, Berkeley, USA) and many others will be held. In this symposium, water measurement and analysis technologies in various fields such as bio, medical, pharmaceutical, food, agriculture, forestry, fishery, energy, chemistry, materials, civil engineering, construction, resources, environment, weather, the earth, space, and many other areas will be covered. Workshops and poster sessions will also be organized.