EUROPEAN ASTROBIOLOGY INSTITUTE 

A summer school on "Formation and evolution of planetary systems and habitable planets" will be organised by the European Astrobiology Institute at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń from 19 to 26 August 2020.


For all information check the website:


http://eai.faj.org.pl/  


Bursaries  for stearly career scientists from EAI participating entities are available! Deadline for application is 1 April 2020.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the BEACON conference has been adjourned. Most likely dates are now 12-16 April 2021. We apologise for the inconvenience and hope to welcome you in La Palma in 2021 ! See the cancellation procedures at the BEACON website


POSTPONED

The European Astrobiology Institute (EAI) is a consortium of European research and higher education institutions and organisations as well as other stakeholders aiming to carry out research, training, outreach and dissemination activities in astrobiology in a comprehensive and coordinated manner and thereby securing a leading role for the European Research Area in the field.


On this website you will find information on the aimsstructure, forms of membership as well as the composition of the Management Committee. Documents available on this site include:


  • the Statutes of the EAI
  • an executive summary
  • a promotional folder
  • the communiques of the past meetings of the EAI Interim Board
  • the resolutions of the General Assembly in Liblice, CZ (30 May 2019)


We are looking forward to welcoming your institution as paricipant into the EAI. Meanwhile, we are interested in your views and hope that you find the information available on this site useful.


Please join us at the Biannual European Astrobiology Conference (BEACON) on La Palma Island, Canary Island, Spain (20-24 April 2020). Abstract submission deadline is closed but you can still register. Rooms at the venue are still available on a first come-first served basis.