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1 Academia Europaea Knowledge Hub - Wrocław Key activities in 2013 Aleksandra Nowak & Katarzyna Majkowska

2 1.25th ANNUAL CONFERENCE General summary People and institutions involved Sponsorship 2.SEMINAR Early Modern Print Culture In Central Europe General summary People involved 3.OTHER HUB ACTIVITIES People involved Other activities SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES AND BUDGETARY ASPECTS

3 16-19 September 2013 (+ private AE meetings) 350 participants, with approx one third coming from Poland Nobel Prize, Lasker Award, Turing Award, Abel Award or Gödel Prize laureates, HL representation from EC and Polish communities 10 outstanding young Polish scholars with the 2013 Burgen Scholarships Plenary lectures fully video-recorded Substantive part of the conference prepared by AE Program Committee members Logistics - team of Academia Europaea Wrocław Knowledge Hub, Convention Bureau – Wroclaw and the Head office of the AE in London 25th AE ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Wrocław (Poland) General summary

4 25th AE ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Wrocław (Poland) Branding

5 25th AE ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Wrocław (Poland) Branding

6 25th AE ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Wrocław (Poland) Travel & Accommodation Reimbursement of costs of transportation: -debate plenary speakers -plenary speakers -Burgen Scholars Accommodation provided for 106 conference participants Top hotels of Wrocław : Monopol, Sofitel, Art, and Europeum (+ PURO for Young Academy) Remaining guests provided with information regarding recommended hotels and discount codes for booking In total 55 flights covered: mostly from Amsterdam, London, Paris, Vienna, Frankfurt, Warsaw, Munich or Milan, also Newark and Houston

7 25th AE ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Wrocław (Poland) Registration & Website Professional registration system 7 categories of the participants (AE Member, YAE Member, Visitor, etc.) Launched on 24 May 2013 and closed on 7 September speakers profiles with a short biographical note and a photo Full programme with abstract to each session Detailed social programme, accommodation, venues, acompanying events, etc. Full gallery with more than 400 professional photos

8 Program Committee Lars Walloe – AE President Roger Elliott – AE Board Pieter Emmer – AE Board Jerzy Langer – AE Board Ole Petersen – AE Board with advice of the Board, Section Chairs and Executive Secretary Organisation Committee David Coates – AE, London Magda Piasecka + team– Convention Bureau Wrocław Aleksandra Nowak – AEKH, Wrocław Katarzyna Majkowska-Kołyszko – AEKH, Wrocław Jerzy Langer – AE, Wrocław, Warsaw Volunteers (about 80 persons) City of Wrocław Ewa Gołąb-Nowakowska + team – Foreign Relations Department Maciej Litwin + team – Wrocław Academic Hub Wrocław Research Centre EIT+ Izabella Łatak + team 25th AE ANNUAL CONFERENCE in Wrocław (Poland) People and institutions involved

9 SEMINAR Early Modern Print Culture In Central Europe General Summary The Wrocław Semiars - initiative of Academia Europaea, University of Wrocław and Riksbankens Jubileumsfond Three-year project mainly for young researchers from Central and Eastern Europe. Early Modern Print Culture In Central Europe took place at the same time as 25th Conference of Academia Europaea from 16 to 18 September 2013, at the Faculty of Philology, University of Wrocław The seminar gathered more than 60 persons, where of 24 participants presented their papers (e.g. Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Belarus, Russia, Germiany, Slovakia and Sweden)

10 SEMINAR Early Modern Print Culture In Central Europe People involved Professor Pieter Emmer – AE Board supervision Professor Stefan Kiedroń – Wrocław University, chair of the Seminar Professor Siegfried Huigen – Wrocław University, now AE Member Doctor Barbara Kalla – Wrocław University, chair of the next Seminar Professor Marcin Cieński – Dean of the Faculty of Philology, Wrocław University Professor Beata Baczyńska – Head of Institute of Romance Philology, Wrocław University Aleksandra Nowak – AEKH with help of the Convention Bureau Wrocław and group of volunteers

11 OTHER HUB ACTIVITIES People involved Aleksandra Nowak, Katarzyna Majkowska - Kołyszko (AEKH) Interns – P. Kozakiewicz, A. Malanda, P. Piątkiewicz, M. Ball Convention Bureau Wrocław – M. Piasecka, staff, volunteers Wrocław Academic Hub – T. Luty, M. Litwin AE Board – J. Langer, P. Emmer, L. Walloe and others University of Wrocław, College of Eastern Europe, Willy Brandt Center, Academy of Young Scholars and Artists, Wrocław University of Technology, etc.

12 OTHER HUB ACTIVITIES Other activities Support ALLEA Board meeting Support Board Meeting with Annual Conference of the Young Academy of Europe (YAE) Support Graz Information Centre Support Nomination Process Exhibition of young artists “Areas under Curves” Summer School Programme Visiting Lectures Programme Ossolineum Lecures Regimes of Memory series Wrocław Seminars project Tentative Emeritus Scholarship/Fellowship Internships Networking, contact with academic research institutions from Poland


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