Headline speakers include the European Commission’s Chief Scientific Advisors, senior members of the Finnish government, leading researchers and academy representatives from across Europe.
The event will take place in Helsinki, Finland on 13 November 2019. It will bring together together leading practitioners and scholars to reflect on emerging trends, weak signals, and promising opportunities for developing next-generation science advice capabilities. Discussions will be of particular interest to members of Europe’s science advice community.
The focus will be on both EU-level and national level science advice. The event will also provide useful input to Finland from around Europe as Finland develops its next-generation science advice mechanism.
The event is free to all participants.
- Pearl Dykstra, deputy chair of the European Commission’s Group of Chief Scientific Advisors
- Sierd Cloetingh, chair of the board of SAPEA and president of Academia Europaea
- Risto Nieminen, president of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters
- Heikki Mannila, president of the Academy of Finland
- Vladimir Sucha, director-general of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre
- Wim van Saarlos, president of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Carina Keskitalo, member of the European Commission’s Group of Chief Scientific Advisors
- Ortwin Renn, chair of the SAPEA working group on science advice
- Lea Kauppi, director-general of the Finnish Environment Institute
- Johanna Vuorelma, postdoctoral researcher at Tampere University’s Institute for Advanced Social Research
- Tarmo Soomere, president of the Estonian Academy of Sciences