The SEA-on-a-CHIP Summer School is offered by the SEA-on-a-CHIP project in collaboration with the ECSafeSeaFood project. The 5 days intensive program (conducted in English) adopts a dynamic, multidiplinary and interactive approach.
The main market for the portable real-time detection and measuring system developed by the EnviGuard project might be the aquaculture industry. This new device could make possible for aquaculture producers the continuous monitoring of the most important environmental parameters affecting the fish and shellfish farming activity. The planned system will be the base of an early-warning system based on real-time data for aquaculture producers. While these systems are undoubtedly useful tools, there is little knowledge about the expectations of farmers towards monitoring of environmental parameters.