IFOP researcher,Francisco Plaza Vega participated in ICES/PICES international symposium on Small Pelagic Fish “Small pelagic fish: New frontiers in science and sustainable management” held from November 7th to 11th, in Lisbon (Portugal).
Plaza Vega explained “my participation in the symposium involved the presentation of a work as a poster presentation called “Deep learning and surplus production models for multivariate autoregressive modeling and simulation of the jack mackerel fishery associated with environmental conditions” This work is an effort between researchers from different institutions and considers temporal horse mackerel fishery analysis with conventional models and deep learning models with environment and the simulation of temperature scenarios incorporation. Within this context, the work was awarded as the best poster presentation”.
Francisco Plaza Vega is a Management Control Engineer, member of Project Audit and Control team, and a PhD candidate in Statistics.
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