The Academia Europaea Barcelona Knowledge Hub invites Members to join AE’s Annual Conference. Registration is now open.
Hybrid event: 20th – 21st October 2021
Plenary Conference details
This year’s plenary conference, taking place on 20th -21st October, is open to all AE Members. Delegates can either register to attend virtually via Zoom, or they can indicate their intention to attend the conference in person at the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park. Please note there are limited places in Barcelona.
At the plenary, AE’s delayed 2020 Erasmus Medal will be presented to Professor Sir Roger Penrose, who will deliver the Erasmus lecture. A Gold Medal will also be presented to Professor Ole Petersen, Vice-President of Academia Europaea and Director of the Cardiff Knowledge Hub. Further programme details can be found on the conference website.
Class meetings details
Class meetings will be held exclusively online. Dates are as follows:
- 14th October – Class A1 and Class A2 – Humanities and Social and Societal Sciences
- 15th October – Class B – Exact and Natural Sciences
- 18th October – Class C – Life Sciences
Each class session will have a notable plenary speaker as well as a session to welcome new members. These sessions require advanced registration, which must be completed at the same time as registration for the plenary programme. The AE Cardiff Hub will be hosting the Class C meeting. Further details about the Class meetings can be found on the conference website.
Young Academy of Europe’s Annual General Meeting
The Young Academy of Europe is organising an online Annual General Meeting, which will take place on Zoom on 19th October. AE Members are also welcome to join this meeting, free of charge. Further information about this meeting and details on how to register are available on the YAE website.
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