ESOF 2020 - Call for proposals for the scientific programme is open
ESOF 2020 will take place in Trieste, The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) is a biennial, interdisciplinary, pan-European, general science meeting and debate
The event aims to:
• Showcase the latest advances in the natural and social sciences.
• Promote dialogue on the role of science and technology in society and policy.
• Stimulate public interest and engagement on innovation, science and technology.
• Connect the European science community with global partners and perspectives.
Sessions will focus on current and future ground-breaking science. ESOF is inclusive of all disciplines. In this document, and in ESOF, the word science is understood to encompass natural and social sciences as well as the arts, humanities, engineering and medicine.
ESOF 2020 will comprise several distinct programme tracks:
• A Science Programme of seminars, workshops and debates on the latest research and related policy issues, structured around a programme of keynote speakers and the hot topics.
• A Science-to-Business Programme to explore the major issues for research within business and industry and the role of universities for business.
• A Career programme showcasing career opportunities across Europe and beyond for researchers at all stages of their careers.
• An Exhibition that showcases the best of European academic, public and private research and business excellence.
• A public engagement programme, the Science in the City Festival.
• A Forum to host other meetings, satellite events and networking opportunities (e.g. science policy advisers and science media).
The submission is open from March 13th, 2019 at 00:00 CET and the deadline for session proposals is June 15th, 2019 at 23:59 CET.
All submitted proposals will be reviewed and assessed by the ESOF 2020 Trieste Programme Committee. Please note that the Programme Committee reserves the right to request modifications to proposals prior to acceptance and to make minor modifications
to titles and abstracts when compiling the final programme.