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Textbook on Quantitative Tools for Sustainable Food and Energy in the food chain

All 2019 EUROSIS proceedings have been sent for indexing on November 26, 2019 to; SCOPUS, Elsevier Engineering Village, INSPEC-IET, ISI-Web of Knowledge and the Royal National Library of Belgium. Authors can now check their papers on SCOPUS using the following link

 

COVID-19 notice for EUROSIS 2020 CONFERENCES - UPDATED ON 26/06/2020
EU Green travel plan for summer/fall 2020.

 

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have developed a series of measures for aviation personnel and travelers. Airlines and airports will have to put those guidelines into practice.

According to the recommendations, travelers should wear a mask from the moment they enter the airport to their destination. An exception is possible for children under six years old. Especially on long journeys, passengers will have to provide sufficient masks, because in principle they have to replace them every four hours.

The distance rule of 1.5 meters is recommended, "if possible" during all stages of the trip. The airlines have already stated that such a thing is difficult on the plane because it would lead to less full aircraft and therefore higher ticket prices. If the distance cannot be respected, strict adherence to the other prevention measures is important and medical masks are recommended.

According to the protocol, travelers will also have to fill in a "health statement" within twelve hours before the flight. In it, they will have to confirm that they have not had a covid-19 in the last fourteen days, that they have no symptoms of the disease, or that they have not been in close contact with a covid patient.


You can download the full report here

COVID-19: Brussels Airlines destinations update

Corona measures update Belgium June 8, 2020

Belgium exit lockdown measures June 8, 2020

Re-open Europe

List of countries that will be allowed to initiate travel to Europe.


Dear friends and colleagues,
The conference Program Chairs and the Board of Trustees of EUROSIS are fully aware that the COVID-19 crisis may require the organisation of alternatives to the scheduled physical conference events, following the recommendations of relevant national and international bodies, such as the World Health Organization. Such possible alternative scenarios include the possibility of remote paper presentations or a full electronic organisation of the EUROSIS conferences.


Any measures taken will be communicated via the EUROSIS website and via emails to the authors and the PC. We have made already some timing/location changes to the EUROSIS events for 2020. We think hybrid conferences will be the EUROSIS conference norm for the rest of the year. See the conference overview below to check on the changes.

Stay safe everyone
Philippe

SCIFI-IT'2020, March 23-25, 2020, De Krook, Ghent, Belgium CONFERENCE POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER 7-9

 

FOODSIM'2020, April 5-9, 2020, University of Leuven/Campus Ghent, Ghent, Belgium THE PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME IS NOW ONLINE- THE CONFERENCE IS POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER 6-10

ISC'2020, June 8-10, 2020, UCD Dublin, Ireland ISC'2020 WILL BE JOINED WITH ESM'2020 IN TOULOUSE.

GAME-ON'2020, September 23-25, 2020, Department of Communication and Art, University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal AUTHORS WILL BE CONTACTED ON MONDAY JULY 6

ESM'2020, October 21-23, 2020, LAAS Toulouse, France SUBMISSION PERIOD ENDS JULY 15

ISC'2021, June 2-4, 2021, University of Malta, Valletta, Malta. UNDER CONSTRUCTION

ESM'2021, October 2021, Link Campus University, Rome, Italy UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Site proposals for 2019-2020 so far:

MESM'2020-GAME-ON ARABIA'2020, November, 2020, Dubai (more info to follow)
ISC'2022, June 2022, UCD Dublin, Ireland

For further information, questions, conference or partnership proposals contact Philippe Geril.

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