The department is responsible for the management of the Experimental Recirculation System and the Experimental Pond System. The main task is to organize the infrastructure to be able to implement the research programs and to make economic and developing plans.
In frame of consultancy the main role of the department is to communicate with the farmers and to share the professional knowledge with them. They take part in the organisation of local and international training courses, in publishing informational brochures and in presenting. They managing the administrative activities of the projects.
Eagerly awaited by the European aquaculture community familiar with the many benefits that the previous AQUAEXCEL projects provided, AQUAEXCEL3.0 has now officially launched. AQUAEXCEL3.0 aims to further boost the European aquaculture sector by, amongst others, expanding the Transnational Access programme to support even more external research teams collaborating with its high-quality facilities, providing free training courses on the latest topics and engaging closely with industry to ensure research is aligned with industry needs.
The Aquaexcel TNA project “Effects of lactobacilli supplemented to cultured pike-perch through live and inert diets on fish performance in the case of rapid and gradual weaning” led by Jovanka Lukic, PhD, Institute of Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering (IMGGE), University of Belgrade (UB), Serbia and performed at the site of Research Institute for Fisheries and Aquaculture NAIK HAKI in a close collaboration with NAIK HAKI researchers yielded now already third great achievement.