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Call for Participation EPICamps are virtual, interactive events aimed at young scientists from the EPICUR alliance in order to create a space for exchange, collaboration and academic matchmaking between scientists from different disciplines and areas. EPICamps are low threshold workshops, inspired by the barcamp (also known as unconference) format, offered to early career researchers of the...
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EPICamp IV: Hydrosphere: Challenges of preserving and using WATER (Eco-)Systems in the Anthropocene .

March 23 @ 08:00 – March 24 @ 17:00 CET Das EPICamp findet online statt und wird von der BoKu Universität in Wien veranstaltet. Sie findet vom 23.-24. März 2022 statt , Einsendeschluss für thematische Beiträge ist der 15. Februar 2022, die Anmeldung ist bis zum 19. März 2022 möglich. Anbei finden Sie eine PDF-...
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EPICamp V: Sustainable cities and regional transitions

March 31 @ 08:00 – April 1 @ 17:00 CEST The EPICamp will take place online and is hosted by BoKu Unviersity in Vienna. It will take place on March 31th to April 1st 2022, submission deadline for thematic contributions is 7 March 2022, registration is open until 30 March 2022. Please find attached a PDF...
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EPICamp II. Interview with Professor Almut Arneth (KIT) winner of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2022 by the German Research Foundation.

Shortly before she was announced as the winner of the German Research Foundation’s Gottfried Leibniz Prize 2022, we spoke with Prof. Arneth about her experiences at the second EPICamp Pr. Almut Arneth. Credit. Gabi Zachmann, KIT In December 2021, we at EPICUR had the great honour to speak with Professor Almut Arneth about her research...
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Second EPICamp on “Sustainability, material use, climate justice” brings to-gether diverse researchers from across Europe

After a successful premiere of EPICUR´s first EPICamp in October 2021, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna (BOKU), recently offered the stage for the second EPICamp on the topic of Sustainability. The online event that was held during two days at the beginning of December (2./3. Dec, 2021), took on the...
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3rd EPICamp “Collective identities and/or European identities”

The EPICamp will take place online again and is hosted by UHA. It will take place 25/26 February 2022, submission deadline for thematic contributions is 7 January 2022, registration is open until 20 February 2022. The full programme will be announced later Please find attached a PDF version of the CfP.Here is the link to the...
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Discover the programme of the 2nd EPICamp

Sustainability, material use, and climate justice A global sustainability transition from a socio-metabolic perspective integrating land-use, material use, energy transition, climate justice, and ecosystem impact EPICamp-II_Program More information
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EPICUR RESEARCH – Great premiere of the first EPICamp

Vice-Rector Daniela Kleinschmit from the University of Freiburg, Rafal Witkowski Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Rector Bogumiła Kaniewska from the University of Poznan. Photo: Patrick Seeger/Uni Freiburg EPICUR’s first EPICamp on “Mobility, Migration, Multilingualism” on October 15/16, 2021 was a great kick-off for this new, interactive format. Organised by the Universities of Freiburg, Poznán and...
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2nd EPICamp “Sustainability, material use and climate justice”

02/12/2021 @ 08:00 – 03/12/2021 @ 17:00 CET In order to tackle the climate crisis and to enable a sustainability transformation, we need to recognize planetary boundaries and adapt our demand accordingly while considering intra- and intergenerational justice. A sustainability transition is required, away from fossil fuel use towards a circular bioeconomy, where limited resources...
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