As organisers of the conference, we are constantly monitoring the development of the Covid-19 situation in Germany and beyond. Due to the dynamics of the pandemic, we have decided to open the registration for the on-site conference only relatively shortly before the start of the event in order to be able to take adequate account of the regulations of the German authorities. It will then be possible to register for on-site participation to the conference or to switch from virtual to on-site participation. Thank you for your understanding!
Fees for streaming option (without conference attendance in person)
Regular fee: 65 Euro
Reduced fee*: 30 Euro
The fee for the streaming option includes the streams of all sessions and plenary talks, virtual networking opportunities, a Q&A or similar feature, and exclusive online formats for virtual participants that we are preparing to make your attendance to the conference a great experience.
*The reduced rate applies to participants resident in and affiliated with organisations of non-high-income countries (see World Bank classification) and students of any country.
The registration for the virtual participation is open until 27. September 2020.
We're currently working out the programme and will update you asap. For now, we'd like to highlight the evening event on the 14th that links our two conference days:
Citizen science is social! Evening event with hands-on citizen social science activities
Citizen science is a lively and shared experience where public discussion and social interactions become part of the joint research. Also, social sciences and humanities research plays a growing role in citizen science and transformative social change becomes an essential dimension of impact. It is therefore time to talk about citizen SOCIAL science! We want to invite you to spend the evening with us by offering you a wide menu where you can choose among hands-on activities and debates related to the social dimensions in citizen science practices. What are the roles of civil society organisations in a citizen social science? How can joint research lead to new policies or collective action? Which are the contributions of social sciences to citizen science? In which way can these social dimensions in citizen science help to contribute to SDGs?
The evening event is jointly organised by the SoCiS and CoAct projects.