2 December 2019
Call for Contributions
6 January 2020
Early Bird Registrations
20 February 2020
Call for Contributions
Notifications to Accepted Contribution Submitters
28 May 2020
Early Bird Registrations Deadline
29 July 2020
Late Registrations Deadline (On-Site Fees Start)
The objective of Eurosoil 2020 is to bring together leading research scientists working on soil related topics and stakeholders dealing with issues of public concern, such as soil degradation and consequences of climatic changes. The important bridging role of soil practitioners to translate scientific knowledge into practice will be emphasised during Eurosoil 2020.
Celebrating Eurosoil’s 20th anniversary, the organising committee is working hard to grow and develop the ECSSS further in order to play an important role in giving a voice to soil causes at the European level.
The Eurosoil 2020 organising committee has received a great number of proposals for Scientific Sessions. The Call for Sessions is now closed and all proposals are being reviewed. The chosen sessions will form the bulk of the Eurosoil 2020 Programme and more details will be released soon.
Scientists and speakers are invited to participate in the chosen Scientific Sessions by submitting their contributions. The Call for Contributions submission will open on 2 December 2019.
In line with the theme “Connecting People and Soil”, we look forward to sessions addressing the soil-related topics of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations. The Eurosoil 2020 Programme will be structured around, but not limited to, these SDGs.
Many personalised sponsorship packages are available. To find out more about our sponsorship packages, please download our Sponsorship Kit below.
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The Soil Science Society of Switzerland is proud to support the organisation of Eurosoil 2020.
Professor ETH Zurich – Usys department and Assistant Professor for Soil Resources
Scientific Officer Federal Office for the Environment FOEN –
Soil and Biotechnology Division
Professor emeritus for Soil Protection ETH Zürich – Institute of Terrestrial Ecosystems
Department of Soil Sciences –
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL)
Eurosoil 2020 will take place at the Centre International de Conférences in Geneva.
Geneva is a truly international city and its great history and development blends the advantages of a small city with the services and possibilities of a large metropolitan area. Internationally known as a conference city, Geneva is an ideal location due to its central setting at the heart of Europe and its multicultural flair, being home to important international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Health Organization and the International Labour Organization.
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