Date(s) - 27/04/2022 - 28/04/2022
Register here for this conference by the European Commission’s Scientific Advice Mechanism. This major public conference, taking place in Brussels and online, will bring together policymakers, science advisors, researchers and other professionals.
The European Commission’s Scientific Advice Mechanism warmly invites everyone working at the science-policy interface to explore the key challenges of delivery science advice under pressure through a series of panel debates, interactive sessions and networking opportunities. We will reflect on the diverse experiences of many different actors in the field, debating the values that underpin science advice and sharing good practice.
This conference is co-organised by the Group of Chief Scientific Advisors to the European Commission, and by SAPEA. SAPEA is funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The content of the event reflects the opinions of the individuals and organisations involved, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.
More information: https://scientificadvice.eu/
In particular, we would like to draw your attention to the Parallel workshops in which some of our members are involved:
April 28, 2022 from 09:45 to 11:15
Taking the heat off: What is science diplomacy’s role in times of urgency ?
Science Diplomacy is a “new” policy tool for application in times of urgency. What can Science Diplomacy really achieve and can it help us anticipate advancements to create better futures? Come discuss policy, geopolitical, organizational, thematic and anticipatory angles with practitioners.
Organised by DLR-PT, European Union Science Diplomacy Alliance and InsSciDE
Anna Aberg, Chalmers University of Technology, InsSciDE project researcher
Yuriy V. Kostyuchenko, Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the Earth, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and IIASA
Angela Liberatore, ERC (European Research Council)
Jan-Marco Müller, EEAS (European External Action Service)
Daria Robinson, GESDA (Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator)
Michael Vorländer, German Permanent Representation to the EU
Angela Schindler-Daniels, DLR
Claire Mays, Symlog
Stella Reschke, DLR (chat)
Scaling up urban science advice in Europe: a view from practicioners
Discover best practices from city leaders and policymakers in a context where timely and direct science advice is needed, while sociopolitical processes are increasingly complex. Understand opportunities in cooperation on subnational science advice and push for greater EU-supported cooperation.
Organised by SciTech DiploHub
Speakers: Alexis Roig (SciTech DiploHub); Caroline Nevejan (City of Amsterdam); Alessandro Rainoldi (Joint Research Centre)