In a world where we are constantly confronted by environmental emergencies, the challenge for scientists to define problems and find solutions are getting more and more urgent. The UN has declared the current decade (2021 -2030) as the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development1. In that context, the YOUMARES conference 2022 will use the second outcome of the Ocean We Want: “A healthy and resilient ocean2, where marine ecosystems are understood, protected, restored, and managed” as a guiding framework to promote marine research that covers a variety of ocean related fields and, simultaneously touches upon the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)³
No matter if you are a marine scientist, marine engineer, innovator in the marine field, belonging to an NGO, a social scientist or an expert in marine governance and policy WE INVITE YOU to create an interdisciplinary hotspot with us. WE ARE CALLING for advanced students (MA), early career scientists (PhD students, PhDs), and young innovators to HOST A WORKSHOP at YOUMARES 13. As a group or as single person you have the unique opportunity to give your field of expertise a platform and teach and communicate your SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE and INSIGHTS to other young marine enthusiasts and professionals at YOUMARES 13.
To SUBMIT YOUR WORKSHOP, please follow these steps:
Write a Call for Abstracts for your workshop, short but significant (max. 350 words), including:- Title of the workshop- Name of workshop host(s)- Aim of the workshop- How you plan your Workshop to be interactive- Relevance for the field- Explain how it is related to the second outcome of the UN Ocean Decade: “A healthy and resilient ocean”
Attach your most recent CV.
Send everything as one PDF file to: email@example.comWe are looking forward to work together for our Future Oceans at YOUMARES 13 conference!
Your YOUMARES 13 organization team Considering the Covid-19 pandemic, the conference is based on a hybrid concept. Bringing together benefits from a digital world together with lively discussions in small groups, strictly complying with the respective current Covid-19 regulations.