Regional Hubs at EPSC2021
Let us show you how the Europlanet Society and its regional hubs can serve you. We will present you the benefits of joining the hubs and will gladly hear about your needs.
12:45 Welcome (Séverine Robert)
12:50 Why am I a member of the EPS? (Miguel Lopez Valverde)
12:55 Funded project: Mars Atlas (Henrik Hargitai)
13:05 Why am I a member of the EPS? (Jonathan Merrison)
13:10 Funded project: Storytelling workshop (Arianna Piccialli)
13:20 Why am I a member of the EPS? (Nicholas Achilleos)
13:25 Collaborative framework: Europlanet Telescope Network (Manuel Scherf)
13:35 Why am I a member of the EPS? (Lena Noack)
13:40 General discussion: What do you want the EPS to do for you? (All Panelists)
14:10 Wrap up (Séverine Robert)
14:15 End of meeting
The Europlanet Society Regional Hubs support the development of planetary science at a national and regional level, particularly in countries and areas that are currently under-represented within the community.
Our Hub Committees organise networking events and workshops to support the research community, as well as to build links with amateur astronomers, industrial partners, policymakers, educators, the media and the wider public. Europlanet Society members are welcome to participate in the activities of one or more Hubs.
The 10 Regional Hubs established to date are:
- Central Europe: Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia
- Ireland and UK
- Northern Europe: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden
- Southeast Europe: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Romania, and Serbia
- Spain and Portugal