Presenter information

Regular presentations will be organized in the following 6 sections and one specific symposium:

Session 1: Diversity, Taxonomy and Systematics
Session 2: Ecology, Life History, Fisheries, and Conservation
Session 3: Molecular biology and Physiology
Session 4: Ichthyology Society of Taiwan (IST) presentations (in Chinese)
Session 5: Evolution and Biogeography
Session 6: Symposium of Fish Diversity of the Mekong River System
Session 7: Genomics and Population genetic
Conference language is English (all PowerPoint file and poster need to be in English); Chinese presentation is only available in the Session 4: IST presentations

Oral Presentation

  • Keynote speech will be 30 minutes, general oral presentation will be 15 minutes, and invited speech will be 20 minutes including questions.
  • PowerPoint needs to be uploaded to the conference computer in advance.


Poster size should be Vertical (Length 160cm* Width 90cm). Posters placing will be the first day of the meeting (May 19, 2016).

Poster with a fast presentation

Short 5 min talks for some posters will be presented in the conference room, followed by a maximum of one question (1 min max.) if necessary. Please prepare slides for 5 min talks.


Invited speakers


Dr. Kwang-Tsao Shao (邵廣昭博士)       z640

Executive Director and Research Fellow

Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica

TITLE: Fish Biodiversity and Its Conservation in Taiwan



Dr. Pung-Pung Hwang (黃鵬鵬博士)h

Distinguished Research Fellow & Vice Director

Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology, Academia Sinica

TITLE: Comparative physiology of fish in coping with acidified environment




Dr. Larry M. PageLarry_web

Curator of Fishes/ Professor

Florida Museum of Natural History

Department of Zoology/ School of Natural Resources  and Environment/ University of Florida

TITLE: Fishes of the Mekong River basin: A    symposium


TITLE: The value of natural history collections

           and digitized data



Dr. Richard L. Maydenmayden

Professor & Endowed Chair of Natural Sciences

Department of Biology, Saint Louis University, U.S.A.

TITLE: Consideration of a revised classification of cypriniformes




Dr. Masaki Miyamiya_photo1

Head of Zoology Department

Natural History Museum and Institute, Chiba, Japan

TITLE: Metabarcoding environmental DNA from fishes using universal primers
MiFish: A data-driven approach for fish community research



Dr. Yahui Zhao                                                                       P020100316317483417493

Associate Professor

Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

TITLE: Freshwater Fishes of China




Dr. Chih-hao Hsieh (謝志豪博士)_1_web


Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University

TITLE: Life history traits and exploitation affect the spatial mean-variance relationship in fish abundance