Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and EuroScience joined forces to organise a session at ESOF2020 in Trieste. The recorded video of the session entitled “Mind the gap: Bridging the expectation gap between researchers and employers” is available for free.
The travel grantees narrate their experience in a hybrid format for the conference. Ibon is one of the travel grantees that decided to physically attend ESOF2020 in Trieste.
EuroScience will host a virtual booth and a number of hybrid and virtual sessions at ESOF2020. Take a look at the schedule below and join us both physically or virtually!
ESOF includes a Careers Programme specifically dedicated to the interests and concerns of PhD students, young post-docs and early-career researchers. The interdisciplinary forum provides them with a unique opportunity to meet and engage with leading scientists from fields outside their own speciality.
The CALL for travel grants to ESOF2020 is dedicated to Postdocs working in the field of physics or a related interdisciplinary area, who are based in Germany, irrespective of their nationality.
The CALL for travel grants to ESOF2020 is dedicated to Young Researchers based in Sweden irrespective of their nationality as well as to Swedish nationals studying/working in any European country (as defined by the Council of Europe).
Calls closed for the next ESOF edition in Trieste 5-9 July 2020!
Be part of the next ESOF edition in Trieste 5-9 July 2020! Submit a proposal by 15 June 2019!
Representatives of EuroScience, ESOF2020 local team and ESOF2022 local team met in Trieste for a one-day joint meeting to discuss the organisation of the next ESOF editions.
EuroScience and the ESOF Supervisory Board are proud to announce that the EuroScience Open Forum 2020 will be hosted from 4 to 10 July 2020 in Trieste, Italy, and that ESOF 2022 will be organized by Leiden/The Hague, The Netherlands, in July 2022. We received two impressive and solid full bids from Trieste and Leiden/The Hague, and we wish to recognize both cities’ credentials to become the European City of Science in 2020, respectively 2022.