The conference EcoChange 2020 is virtual, and leaves one-way communication behind.

Instead, speakers and participants will be offered many opportunities for rigorous discussions with other attendees.


10–26 November: All presentations are available for participants. During this period there will be open and  ongoing discussions about presented results via the conference web site.

24–25 November: Live sessions via Zoom, including panel discussions, poster sessions and lots of possibilities to meet the researchers behind the results.

Keynote speakers

  • Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Senior Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
  • Leif Andersson, Professor at Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Comparative genetics and functional genomics.

Conference topics

  • Biological Interactions – from microbes to larger organisms (e.g. predation, parasites, community interplay).
  • Pollutants and their effect on the marine ecosystem.
  • Ecosystem function and biodiversity.
  • Ecosystem health and emerging methodology
  • Regional and local initiatives for eutrophication and climate change action plan.


The conference is free of cost. Last day for registration is 3 November.

For more information, please visit the conference web site.

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The strategic research programme EcoChange focuses on the effects of climate change on marine ecosystems.

Collaboration between several universities enables unique possibilities to perform holistic syntheses of the effects in the Baltic Sea.