3rd Forum on Science Cooperation with Scotland

2022-06-24 Lüneburg/Glasgow. On 21 and 22 November, the third edition of the "Lower Saxony - Scotland Joint Forum" will take place at the invitation of the European Centre for Advanced Studies (ECAS), a joint institution of Leuphana University Lüneburg and the University of Glasgow. The two-day hybrid conference aims to promote cooperation and networking between Scottish and Lower Saxon academics, staff, students and other stakeholders. Registrations are now open.

The first day of the event will focus on sustainable energy. The presentations and discussions will take place at the University of Glasgow and will be livestreamed. On the second day, which will take place entirely online, academics, staff and students from both regions are invited to organise workshops on joint projects. An Open Call for Workshops will follow shortly.

For more information, including the Official Invitation, please visit the website: joint-forum.org.

You can register for the event via www.conftool.net/joint-forum-2022/ to receive all the latest information.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact ECAS directly: joint-forum@ecas-academia.org.

About ECAS
The European Centre for Advanced Studies (ECAS), founded in April 2019 by Leuphana and the University of Glasgow, is a research institution with which both universities pursue common interests in research and teaching in the fields of digital culture and media, business informatics, law, management, sustainability and psychology. Specifically, this involves joint research and study programmes as well as the exchange of academics and students.

ECAS also wants to promote the formation of networks and strategic partnerships, for example through the formation of clusters (for example between industry partners and research institutions), cooperation with other research institutions and universities as well as with governments. The aim is also to take on a liaison function between research institutions from Scotland and Lower Saxony