Early Career Scientists Event 2024 (submission deadline July 1st)


Early Career Scientists Event 2024 (submission deadline July 1st)


26. nov 08:30 - 17:15


DTU Skylab

Early Career Scientists Event 2024 (submission deadline July 1st)

We are delighted to announce that DTU Skylab will be hosting the 2024 editions of ILSI Europe’s Annual Symposium and Early Career Scientists event. We look forward to welcoming them on 26 and 27 November 2024 on the Lyngby campus.

ILSI Europe is a is a Belgian-based non-profit organization that facilitates collaboration and consensus building between academic, industry and public sector experts to tackle common challenges related to food safety, nutrition and sustainability.
This year, the theme of their Early Career Scientists Event is “Towards Greener Food Futures”. It will be a full day of scientific exchange, networking, and skills development, focused on sustainable food systems. Connect with young talents while exploring innovative solutions to food waste, healthy soils, and eco-friendly food design. Join us on 26 November! More info here
We also hope to welcome you the day after for the ILSI Europe Annual Symposium (IEAS). IEAS is a gathering of experts from around the world who meet to shed light on the current and future challenges in food safety, nutrition, and sustainability. It is also an opportunity for experts from academia, industry, and public sector to take part in the debate around those topics and create connections. Join us on 27 November! More info here
DTU Skylab is delighted to announce that as a member of DTU staff, you can attend both days for free! Registrations are now open: Register here
Please note that registration is mandatory. If you are not registered before the day of the event, you won’t be able to attend.
Call for abstracts
Do you want to take this opportunity to present your work and gain greater visibility?
We are looking for authors to present their research and we accept abstracts for the following sessions:

  1. Green by Design: Innovating with Sustainability in Mind (early career scientists only)
  2. Up-cycling the up-cyclable:  new perspectives in green, bio-based, and circular valorization of food waste and food by-products (early career scientists only)
  3. From the Ground Up: Exploring the Vital Links between Soil Health and Sustainable Food Systems (early career scientists only)
  4. Forever Young: Exploring Solutions for Healthy Aging and Nutrition
  5. Redefining Resilience: Innovations for a Sustainable Food Future
  6. Taste the Future: A Journey into Tomorrow's Food Landscape

Submit an abstract here

Deadline for submissions is 1st of July 2024

Have a look at the programme to find out more about the events.
Stay tuned to our and ILSI Europe’s social networks for news about the event!