Scientific and technological events in Europe
Participation in scientific and technological events is very important for disseminating the project and its results, as well as to build up and activate networks and direct contacts.
Horizon 2020 Consortia use their participation in events as an additional opportunity to disseminate the project and its results, to facilitate knowledge sharing and personal interaction with targeted audiences from the EU. Especially the academic partners of the Consortia have an interest in publishing research results through specialized conferences and other events with papers, presentations, and workshop sessions (mainly for scientific dissemination).
In the course of 2020, the organization and the participation in events face barriers due to the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. However, numerous events are being organized to take place online in 2021 (with a live stream available) and (hopefully) in-person during 2022.
Here you are a list of portals for the scouting of scientific and technological events also supported by the European Commission.
- EU SCIENCE HUB
The European Commission’s science and knowledge service.
- EUROPEAN RESEARCH AND INNOVATION DAYS
Bringing stakeholders together to shape future research and innovation policy.
- EIC INNOVATORS’SUMMIT
Opportunity to meet peers, pitch your projects, try your ideas in front of top investors, exchange experiences, and find new partnerships.
- EUROMATH & EUROSCIENCE 2021 HYBRID EVENT
Several workshops and sessions covering multiple themes. Students are encouraged to present work or projects in mathematics in the following themes but not limited to.
- EUROPEAN BIOTECH WEEK
The first European Biotech Week that took place in 2013 marked the 60th anniversary of this pivotal moment in history.
- EUROPEAN RESEARCHERS’ NIGHT
The European Researchers’ Night showcases the diversity of science and its impact on citizens’ daily lives, stimulating interest in research careers – particularly among young people.