Thanks to each of you for a wonderful Annual Conference in Vienna!

Thanks for a great European Science Engagement Conference 2019 in Vienna, Austria

Thank you all for a fantastic #EUSEA19 conference! Three dynamic days came to an end, and we have loved to share ideas, visions and plans around Public Engagement with all of you! Before you get too sad since you already miss colleagues and friends, we announce the venue for next year: #EUSEA20 will be held at Blackrock Castle Observatory in Cork, Ireland! The date is 15-16 April 2020! See you all again next year!

Cultures of (Science)Communication  was the main focus of #EUSEA19. We shared and discussed the diversity of knowledge, experiences, tools and methodologies that make our field vital and relevant across boundaries of institutions, subjects and countries.

For the first time, three partners joined expertise and enthusiasm to create an excellent program: The conference was co-organized by EUSEA, OPEN SCIENCE and SCIENCE CENTER NETWORK. Based on your proposals and ideas we had three days filled with lively discussions, swirling debates, inspiring talks and challenging sessions.

This is part of the “EUSEA Conference Spirit”! Enjoy Glimpses of the EUSEA Conference 2019 in Vienna – with thanks to our photographer Matthia Hombauer!

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Past Conferences

The “Eusea Annual Conference” is organised every year in a different city by one of Eusea’s members. Browse through past conferences here.

News

Mind the Lab

March 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Mind the Lab

Did you hear about "Mind the Lab" before? join us in #EUSEA19 in Vienna 9-10 May and learn more about it. Mind the Lab (MTL) is a STEM awareness-raising campaign that takes place at metro stations. The [...]

The Mass Star-Spotting Experiment

March 5th, 2019|Comments Off on The Mass Star-Spotting Experiment

Interested in citizen science? Then join us in #EUSEA19 in Vienna 9-10 May Our speaker Lena Söderström, the Project Manager of European Researchers’ Night in Sweden, will introduce you to their new citizen science project. [...]