NOVI SAD Conference fees
The fees for the conference depend on type of delegate and the registration date (early bird, late bird). The deadline for early bird registration is April 29, 2022. The deadline for final registration for presenters is May 27, 2022.
The conference package includes:
- Conference Entry (all days)
- Welcome cocktail
- Coffee breaks and lunches
- Social dinner
- Full access to online sessions and Round table
- Conference promo material
- Access to Recordings until August 31, 2022
All presenters including symposia presentations, posters and individual oral communications, should register and pay the conference registration fees by this date, so that presentations can be included in the final conference program.
The fee will be reduced by € 50 for online-only participants who choose not to have access to the in-person conference package (which includes Welcome cocktail; Coffee breaks and lunches; Social dinner; Conference promo material). This option is available in the registration process.
|All non-Eastern European risk professionals *||Early bird||Late bird|
|Full delegates (SRA-E member)||€ 380||€ 480|
|Full delegates (non-member)**||€ 425||€ 525|
|Student delegates (SRA-E member)||€ 160||€ 210|
|Student delegates (non-member)**||€ 205||€ 255|
|Eastern European risk professionals *|
|Full delegates (SRA-E member)||€ 280||€ 380|
|Full delegates (non-member)**||€ 325||€ 425|
|Student delegates (SRA-E member)||€ 100||€ 150|
|Student delegates (non-member)**||€ 145||€ 195|
* SRA-E encourages risk professionals from Eastern Europe to attend the conference. SRA-E offers a special discount for conference attendees from Eastern European countries. We would like to incentivize Eastern European risk professionals to engage actively with the risk community on the occasion of this year’s annual meeting in Novi Sad, Serbia. List of the Eastern European regions:
Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine
** All annual conference registration fees for non-members include a complimentary offer of the SRA-E membership valid for that year, option available in the registration process.
Science communication in the field of risk research
June, 12th 2022, approx. 13:00 to 17:30
Pre-conference workshop organized by the SRA-E: DACHL Chapter
Target group: Junior scientists in risk research (PhDs and Postdocs)
Risk research topics are mostly of a complex nature (e.g., innovative technologies, climate change) and often require cooperation and agreements between different actors. The analysis of risks aims at supporting decision and policy making processes by giving scientific insights and evidence-based arguments. Therefore, it is important to communicate about scientific work and research results in a way that is understandable for different target populations (e.g., other scientific disciplines or the public) and that reflects the current scientific knowledge. Successful communication can foster scientific interaction between researchers and society and improve trust in science and research methods. But how can researchers communicate successfully? Which resources and possibilities exist?
This pre-conference workshop addresses the opportunities and challenges of science communication on risk research, as well as overlaps and differences between risk and science communication. It aims to help young researchers to generate ideas about how to communicate their work and discuss DOs and DON’Ts in the field of science communication.
In the first part of the workshop two experienced researchers and practitioners will give insights in their work with risk and science communication. Christiane Pölzl-Viol from the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection will focus on risk and crisis communication related to different radiation risks and Prof. Astrid Kause from the Leuphana University Lüneburg will give insights in the challenges of communicating transparently about climate change and related risks.
Both speakers will provide good practices of communication design and strategies and address challenges in daily work and communication of research results. This part of the workshop can also be attended online.
In the second part of the workshop, participants will have time to ask questions and develop and discuss own ideas for science communication. The workshop closes with an informal get-together and some drinks with the aim of building a network between the participants
Participants will have time to ask questions and develop and discuss own ideas for science communication in the second part of the workshop. The workshop closes with an informal get-together and some drinks with the aim of building a network between the participants.
The workshop participation is for free, but places are limited for the face-to-face part of the workshop (first come, first serve). Only registered participants can apply for the Workshop.
If you want to participate in presence, please fill out the questions regarding your focus area of research and submit three questions or topics which you would like to discuss in the workshop during your application.
The deadline for applying is May 31th. We look forward to your application!