These are exciting times for YEAR, as we are expanding our membership. The latest new member is Tyndall National Institute, based in Ireland, joining the organisation in 2019. This will bring the number of institutional members to 8, and increase our reach to a base to approximately 4500 young researchers.
You can find all the information about the YEAR activities in 2018 from the new Annual Report 2018.
The Young Energy Researchers Conference takes place on 27 – 28 February 2019 in Wels/Austria and is organised by the OÖ Energiesparverband, the energy agency of Upper Austria.
Young AIT and the YEAR Network organised the conference this year
Take part in the OpenUP Blog Competition for Early Career Researchers and Students
You can find all the information about the YEAR activities in 2017 from the new Annual Report 2017!
YEAR conference 2018 will be organized in Vienna on 11-12 June 2018!
The European Young Researchers’ Award (EYRA) is granted by Euroscience since 2010 to researchers demonstrating outstanding research performance and leadership. It aims to inspire early stage researchers to incorporate a European dimension and perspective into their research.
The YEAR Annual Conference 2017 was this year held in Brussels 12-13 June. During this 2-days event, professional trainers gave a hands-on training in ideation, pitching as well as collaborative and innovative thinking. For this training, YEAR collaborated with The …
Seminar + Workshop – 12-13 Oct 2017 – Trondheim
The G-STIC 2017 Student & Research Challenges are launched to encourage students, PhD students and junior researchers worldwide to come up with original and innovative ideas on new technological solutions that hold great potential for achieving the SDGs.
Renewed and improved YEAR Annual Conference will be organized in 12-13th of June in Brussels. In addition to giving you new tools to enhance your collaboration skills, we will also solve the universal challenges!
Mandated by the EU Commission, ALLEA – All European Academies has consulted YEAR in the review process of the EU Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.
Background The Slovak Presidency has among its priorities to foster talent with emphasis on young researchers, as they will be the new generation of scientists in Europe¹.