Euresco conferences: fourth call for conference proposals

Deadline: 15/09/2001
July 2, 2001

Since 1990 the ESF has been running the Programme of European Research Conferences (Euresco), consisting of top-level scientific discussion meetings in all areas of research, from mathematics and natural sciences to engineering sciences, social sciences and humanities.

This programme promotes series of meetings, devoted to the same general subject, normally taking place about every other year. In the past, most conferences have been supported by the European Commission, on a case by case basis, as Euroconferences.

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