Europlanet Early Careers Network (EPEC) News
— June 30, 2021

Inspiring Stories – Roving with Rosalind In this EPEC Inspiring Outreach Story, Sara Motaghian, a doctoral student at the Natural History Museum (London), tells us about her experience organising ‘Roving […]


— June 15, 2021

Arianna Ricchiuti is a Biologist with a Master in Science Communication and Journalism. She is currently Editor of EJR-Quartz for the European Space Agency (ESA), working at ESA Communication Office in Noordwijk (Netherlands), where she is responsible for internal communications and events.


— June 9, 2021

The Europlanet Early Career (EPEC) network is open to all early-career planetary scientists and space professionals whose last degree (e.g. MSc or PhD) was obtained a maximum of 7 years […]


— May 28, 2021

Europlanet Launches Expert Exchange Programme A new Expert Exchange Programme, funded through Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure (RI), has been launched to support the mobilisation of the planetary community and transfer […]


— May 27, 2021

Inspiring Stories – Outreach activities in a European project like PLANMAP In this EPEC Inspiring Outreach Story, Gloria Tognon, a doctoral student at the Center of Studies and Activities for […]


— May 26, 2021

Call for applications for two EPEC Committee Co-Chairs Submit your application by 28th June 2021, 7 PM CEST Europlanet Early Career Network (EPEC) Committee is proudly announcing the ‘Call for applications for two EPEC Committee […]


— May 15, 2021

EPEC Profiles – Safoura Tanbakouei In this series from the EPEC Communication Working Group, we meet members of the Europlanet Early Career (EPEC) community and find out more about their experiences […]


— April 29, 2021

Asteroid Photometry – Europlanet Virtual Summer School 16-27 August 2021 Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure is pleased to announce the virtual summer school Asteroid Photometry that will take place virtually hosted by Vilnius University (Lithuania) and A. […]


— April 7, 2021

Inspiring Stories – The Brilliant Club In this EPEC Inspiring Outreach Story, Melissa Mirino, a PhD student at the Open University, describes engaging school students with her thesis. My strong enthusiasm for […]


— April 1, 2021

EPEC Profiles – Julie Nováková In this series from the EPEC Communication Working Group, we meet members of the Europlanet Early Career (EPEC) community and find out more about their experiences […]