ESOF Satellite Events

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA)

The ESOF2022 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Satellite Event will take place on 12 and 13 July in Leiden. Over 120 MSCA fellows, supervisors, coordinators, alumni, and policy makers will gather to debate and contribute to priority topics for the research ecosystem, interact, and network. The programme will include panel discussions, practical workshops, social events, and networking opportunities.

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More-than-Planet symposium

11 July 2022, between 09:00 – 18:00 at the Old Observatory in Leiden, the Netherlands.

In a world with 75% of the planet’s land surface experiencing measurable human pressure, the way people imagine their social whole substantially impacts the planetary environment itself. However, tools used for portraying the Earth’s environment are neither neutral nor societally inclusive. To overcome that, transdisciplinary artworks and methods showcased by More-than-Planet aim to open a discussion on how technologies and drivers behind their development matter at reducing pressure on the environment.

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The European Conference of Science Journalism (ECSJ) 2022

From 10 to 13 July 2022 in Leiden, Kamerlingh Onnes Building (KOG)
The European Conference of Science Journalism (ECSJ) 2022 is organised by the Association for Science Journalism and Communication Netherlands or VWN in association with the European Federation for Science Journalism or EFSJ.

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ERC Public Engagement with Research Award Ceremony

PL1.4 – Thursday, July 14, 16:00 – 17:00 CEST, Hybrid onsite Stadsgehoorzaal (Main Stage) and online
The European Research Council’s (ERC) Public Engagement with Research Award Ceremony 2022 will take place on 14 July 2022. The Award aims to recognise ERC grantees who make the effort to engage with audiences beyond the scientific community and do so in effective and original ways.

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European Young Researchers Award – EYRA

PL2.5 – Friday, July 15, 16:00 – 17:00 CEST, Aalmarkt stage (Stadsgehoorzaal)
The European Young Researchers’ Award (EYRA), is granted by EuroScience since 2010 to young researchers showing exceptional research achievement and leadership. Its aim is to encourage early-career researchers to integrate a European dimension and context in their research. Two awards are granted every two years to: a) a PhD candidate and b) a postdoctoral fellow.

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