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23/04/2023 - 28/04/2023Austria Center Vienna (ACV), Vienna, Austria

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly is a meeting that brings together geoscientists from all over the world, covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences.
The EGU provides a valuable opportunity for scientists, in particular early career researchers, to present their work and engage in discussions with experts from various fields of geoscience.
The event is designed to foster a learning environment that encourages the exchange of ideas and understanding of different approaches and examples related to Earth, planetary, and space sciences.

The event includes union-wide symposiae, debates, medal and award lectures, short courses, education and outreach sessions, union administrative meetings, splinter meetings, side events, and inter- and transdisciplinary sessions. It will also cover topics such as digital twins, digital earth, digital geosciences, global geoscientific initiatives and research, sustainable energy, geo-resources, and land-use for the future, citizen science, as well as science for citizens in geoscientific research.

With a wide range of disciplinary sessions, Inter- and Transdisciplinary Sessions, on topics such as Citizen science and science for citizens in geoscientific research, or Geosciences Instrumentation & Data Systems (GI), but also Education and Outreach Sessions (EOS), the EGU GA promises to offer many valuable contributions to scientific progress and collaboration, with EOSC as a key partner in support of Open Science.

This Spring, the EGU General Assembly comes to Vienna, at the Austria Center!
Find out more on the official page, and stay tuned for more on sessions and content, as the meeting programme will be made available on 22 February 2023!