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The programme of EPICamp V « Sustainable Cities » is online

EPICamp V: Sustainable cities and relations to hinterland Registration via this link is open until March 30, 2022! Urban sustainability is regularly examined in relation to the living environment, its design, supply of ecosystem services, its appropriation and transformation, both on an object scale (e.g., what do streets or urban green spaces look like, how...
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The programme of EPICamp IV – « Hydrosphere » is online

EPICamp IV: Hydrosphere: Challenges of Preserving and Using Water (Eco-)Systems in the Anthropocene Registration via this link is open until March 21, 2022! Water is equally a natural and social resource at the core of human existence which in turn has deeply shaped the waters that flow through the Earth. Taking an Anthropocence perspective, we...
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The programme of EPICamp III – Collective identities, European identities?

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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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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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Discover the programme of the 1st EPICamp on 15 and 16 October

The programme of the 1st EPICamp dedicated to « Mobility, migration and multilingualism ». EPICamp is an immersive experience bringing together researchers, non-university partners and representatives from our eight partner universities and from all over the world. Friday, October 15, 2021 9.00-9.30 am / Welcome speech. Chairs: Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan) & Bernd Kortmann (Albert-Ludwig University,...
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EPICUR-RESEARCH // First EPICamp in October 2021: « Mobility, Migration, Multilingualism »

The EPICUR Research project line, which was launched at the beginning of 2021, is funded in the framework of the EU programme line Horizon 2020 „Science with and for Society“ [SwafS] and aims to develop a common research agenda for the eight EPICUR partner universities to improve and strengthen the interaction between science and society. EPICUR Research promotes Early Career Researchers in...
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The first round of EPICradles marks an enriching pilot project for Early Career Researchers

EPICradles – Innovative Fellowship Formats enhancing European collaborative Research After the successful five EPICamps that took place between October 2021 and April 2022 in the context of EPICUR Research, the EPICradles – another step on the EPICUR Pathway to Research – launched in September 2022. EPICradles are unique opportunities for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to...
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