ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice

27-29 SEPTEMBER 2021

REGISTRATION OPENS IN APRIL 2021!

Welcome to the congress!

UPDATE: The ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice will be organised online on 27-29 September 2021. More information to follow!

The main topics of ENRIO2021 are research integrity and open science, research integrity and European data protection laws, and research in a time of crisis. Other topics include research misconduct, whistleblower protection, research integrity training, and scientific publishing.

The congress is hosted by the European Network of Research Integrity Offices (ENRIO), the Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK and Aalto University.
Partners: Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland and the City of Espoo.

More about the congress and the organisers

Programme

The ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice opens a new European congress series that brings experts together to discuss and develop research integrity practices.

The current challenges that European data protection laws and open science pose for research and research integrity practice are the key topics of ENRIO2021. The congress addresses also research misconduct, research integrity in the time of crisis, the topics of training and scientific publishing, and more.

Programme

Call for papers

The call for papers has closed, but we accept revised abstracts from people who submitted proposals in the 2020 call for papers.

Resubmission instructions:

You are welcome to consider the new topic of *research in a time of crisis* and/or *the impact of a global crisis on research integrity* for your revised contribution.

If your original abstract does not need revision, you don’t need to do anything. We will then consider the original abstracts in the selection process.

Deadline: January 18, 2020.

Send your abstracts to abstracts@enrio.eu.

Second circular

  • All proposals must be submitted and presented in English.
  • Word limit for research abstracts and project presentation abstracts: max. 350 words, not including references. Indicate whether the proposal is for an oral presentation or for a poster.
  • Word limit for workshop abstracts: max. 500 words, not including references.
  • Send your abstracts as PDF attachments. Please don’t limit access to the PDF by setting passwords or by restricting certain features, such as printing and editing.
  • The file title must include the corresponding author’s first name and last name. For reasons of anonymity, do not include the name(s) of author(s) in the research abstracts.
  • The cover email must include the title of the abstract and the names and affiliations of the author(s)/presenter(s)/organiser(s)

 

 

Abstract guidelines

Fees and registration

PLEASE NOTE: as the congress will take place online, the fees are being reconsidered. More information to follow.

Registration information

Congress Venue

UPDATE: The congress takes place online.

We are looking into the possibility of virtual receptions.

An evening reception by the Finnish Minister of Science and Culture takes place at the House of the Estates in Helsinki (date to be announced).

An evening reception by the City of Espoo takes place at the WeeGee Exhibition Centre in Espoo (date to be announced).

 

Practical Information

About ENRIO

The European Network of Research Integrity Offices (ENRIO) represents the voice of research integrity in Europe. ENRIO is a community of like-minded peers who are passionate about advancing the cause of research integrity at both a national and European level.

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Contact details

Enquiries about the programme: Conference Secretary Anni Sairio, congress@enrio.eu, +358 44 737 6381

Enquiries about other contributions: ENRIO Secretary Kalle Videnoja, office@enrio.eu, +358 44 775 0796

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The second circular is here.