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Hosting Future EAIR Forums

Hosting Future Forums?

Have you or has your higher education institution ever considered to host one of the future EAIR Forums?

The annual EAIR Forum is the opportunity for people to meet, to exchange information, give or listen to presentations, network with colleagues from abroad and meet new and interesting people.

Forums are usually hosted by a university and each year a different European location is chosen as venue.

Each Forum has a special theme, which is sub-divided into several tracks to accommodate special interests and various fields of expertise and specialisation.

EAIR invites you to consider hosting an EAIR Forum in your institution of higher education and in your city. Please read the Guidelines for more information about the duties and the support EAIR will offer you.

If you are interested, please submit a proposal to the EAIR Office before the deadline of 30 November 2016. We are also interested in receiving proposals from institutions that not (yet) have EAIR members, so feel free to forward this message to institutions that you think may be willing to consider this.

If you need more information or would like to discuss issues, do not hesitate to contact the Executive Manager of EAIR, Gerlof Groenewoud (eair@eairweb.org) or
the Chair Executive Committee of EAIR Attila Pausits (attila.pausits@donau-uni.ac.at)

For information about the guidance notes for organising an EAIR Forum and in case of other questions, please contact the EAIR Secretariat.