Aquacultural Engineering Society (AES) is to provide a means by which its members can come together to discuss engineering problems related to aquaculture. AES works closely with other professional societies which also address aquaculture needs and issues in a more general sense. AES serves as a united voice for aquacultural engineering in the general aquacultural community and provides an engineering perspective to the problems and proposed solutions to these problems. AES serves as an authoritative source of information on aquacultural engineering and provides engineering support to initiatives from or for the aquaculture industry.
- Business Type:
- Professional association
- Industry Type:
- Agriculture - Aquaculture
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
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- Technical information,
- A forum where aquacultural engineering problems and potential solutions can be discussed with knowledgeable people of similar interests, and
- A group setting where new ideas can be assessed and evaluated.
- Provide a focal point for the discussion of engineering related topics concerning the production, processing, and distribution of aquatic organisms and products derived from these sources.
- Develop and promote use of standards where appropriate to improve, foster, and enhance development of the aquaculture industry.
- Provide enhanced communication and cooperation between aquacultural engineers and other scientific, technical, governmental, and industrial organizations and their members.
- Provide a united voice for aquacultural engineers in national and international technical deliberations.
- Provide opportunities for continuing education to society members and, where appropriate, the aquacultural community and the general public.
- Provide opportunities for publication, presentation, and dissemination of technical information addressing aquacultural engineering topics.
- Provide members with economical access to appropriate printed and electronic sources of information.