The Masaryk University in South Moravian Region in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic, the Central European Insitute of Technology in Brno and the European Commission are organising ICRI 2022: International Conference on Research Infrastructures.
ICRI 2022 will take place in Brno, Czech Republic, from 19-21 October on the occasion of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU. Participation will also be possible online.
ICRI is a major worldwide event providing an opportunity for strategic discussions about international cooperation of research infrastructures. Every two years since 2012, a variety of experts and stakeholders from around the world discuss challenges and emerging trends, highlighting the essential role of research infrastructures.
„Our key themes will be the socioeconomic benefits and social responsibility of research infrastructures, their role and international cooperation, and ways of developing an integrated research infrastructure ecosystem,“ states Ondřej Hradil, the main organiser and Research Infrastructures Manager at Masaryk University.
The ICRI 2022 programme will combine plenary and parallel sessions with 450 attendees participating in person and hundreds more online. The ICRI 2022 onsite attendance is by invitation only, but participation online is possible for everyone.
For more information, head to www.icri2022.cz and follow the conference on Twitter and LinkedIn.