CERME 11 (in 2019)
Next CERME in Utrecht, The Netherlands
CERME 11 (in 2019) will take place in Utrecht in the Netherlands in February, 5-10, 2019. Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen will be the local chair and Michiel Veldhuis her local-co-chair. Uffe Thomas Jankvist will be the next IPC chair, Miguel Ribeiro his co-chair .
YESS 9 (in 2018)
Next YESS in Montpellier
The ninth Summer School of YERME will take place in Montpellier, in Aug. 19-26, 2018. Simon Modest will be the local chair, Viviane Durand-Guerrier will be the IPC chair.
Call for TWGs
Call for proposals of new TWGs for CERME 11 in 2019
Every CERME, 2-3 new TWGs are installed based upon proposals and the careful selection of the IPC. The call for proposals for new TWGs is now open, the deadline in April, 20, 2017.
Here is the call for proposals.
Call for ETCs (in 2018)
Invitation to apply for conducting an ERME Topic Conference
All TWG leaders are invited to apply for organizing an ERME Topic Conference. Deadline for the application is March, 30, 2017. Here is the call for applications.
CERME 10 (in 2017)
CERME in Dublin, Feb, 1-5, 2017 was a big success
CERME 10 in Dublin has been closed. 774 participants from 52 countries (among them 29 European countries) praise the vivid and exciting conference in which all people where highly engaged in 23 Thematic Working Groups. We thank the local chair, Therese Dooley, and her co-chair, Maurice O’Reilly, and all the local organizers for offering such a great venue with so much reliability and enthusiasm. And we thank the program chair, Ghislaine Gueudet, and her co-chair, Andreas Eichler, as well as the 102 Thematic Working Group leaders for organizing this wonderful academic program with so much inspiration in communication, collaboration and cooperation.
The CERME 10 webpage here informs about all details.
Vote of Solidarity
Expression of solidarity of the General meeting to all researchers who could not participate
ERME lives for academic communication , cooperation and collaboration across borders, with participants from more than 50 countries. However, eight colleagues have not been able to participate due to political reasons: They were not allowed to leave their country due to traveling restrictions or VISA difficulties. Others have not dared to leave the US because they were afraid of being not allowed to enter anymore.
The ERME General Meeting expresses a vote of solidarity for these colleagues. We all hope that the world will come back to peace and cooperation between countries.
General Meeting (in 2017)
General Meeting and Elections for ERME Board
The General Meeting of ERME has elected four new board members during CERME 10 in Dublin:
  • Regional Representative South West Europe: Ghislaine Gueudet (France)
  • Regional Representative South East Europe : Ivy Kidron (Israel)
  • Regional Representative Middle Europe: Andreas Eichler (Germany)
  • Young Researcher Representative: Andrea Maffia (Italy)
  • Congratulations to all of them! Susanne Prediger was elected as the new ERME president.
    The General Meeting expresses a huge thanks to the resigning ERME president, Viviane Durand-Guerrier, and the resigning treasurer, Markku Hannula. We also thank the resigning board members, Joćo Pedro da Ponte and Susanne Schnell.
    Post scriptum: Meanwhile, the auditors, Tim Rowland and rita Borromeo Ferri have compiled their auditors' report and acknowledged the good and reliable work of the treasurer, Markku Hannula, We thank the three of them, once again!
    Here are the minutes of the ERME General Meeting 2017. And here is the auditors' report. .