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The BUP weekly

New year – New communications strategy

In order to make both our and your news more visible and easier to access, we will start sending out the BUP weekly, a short summary of upcoming events and news about research. The BUP weekly will be sent out 2 times per month and will include three parts

  1. BUP news, with activities and calls organized by BUP
  2. Network news, with activities and calls from our member universities and partners.
  3. Call for papers, a list of open calls from BUPRaP or other publication opportunities relevant for the region and the BUP themes.

If you want to share something with the BUP network, it will be included in these mails. The BUP newsletter, will still come out 4 times per year, but will be focusing on more in depth news and reports from past BUP events. 


In this way, we hope that we can make the information more accesible and reduce the amount of emails sent out on our list.


We hope you will enjoy it!


With best regards,

The Baltic University Programme’s coordinating secretariat

BUP news

The BUP Symposium


With over 120 submitted abstracts within the original application period, the reviewing process of the scientific comittee have started. But you can still send in your abstract to certain themes, so take the chance to present and publish your research with us!  Selected abstracts will have the chance to be published in a special issue of the journal Sustainability.

  • Visby, Sweden
  • 24th to 26th of August, 2020

Read more on 

or click the “submit” buttom to send your abstract right now.

Pine tree from Gotland

Deadline prolonged until 10 February 2020


The BUP Mobility Grant 2020


The Baltic University Programme’s Mobility Grant for Young Researchers aims to develop and strengthen the cooperation among young researchers in the Baltic Sea region. The grants is intended for researchers working with sustainable development.

  • Open to PhD students and Postdoc scholars from BUP Member Universities.
  • All scientific diciplines are welcomed.
  • Two grants are given on 3000€ each.

Read more about the grant at or click “apply” to submit your application straight away.


Women waiting for a train


20 Mars 2020


PhD Award 2020


The Baltic University Programme’s PhD Award, is given to a PhD stundent that is judged to be the most qualified according to the following criteria: inter-/multi disciplinary approach, novelty, innovation, and value for promoting sustainable development.


Supervisors nominate their PhD students, which must have defended at a BUP member university during the year 2019. The winner will receive a prize in the form of a diploma and a sum of up to 500€ to cover travel costs and/or accomodation for attending a research conference. 


Read more about the award at or click “Nominate” to nominate your PhD student now.


Women reading books on a pile of books


27 Mars 2020

Network news

Meaning in Translation: Illusion of Precision


The Faculty of E-Learning Technologies and Humanities of Riga Technical University is organizing the 4th international scientific conference “Meaning in Translation: Illusion of Precision”. Focusing on Translation Studies in the Era of Digital Humanities.


The conference will bring linguists, specialists in digital humanities, researchers, translators, students and language policy makers together to create a platform for dynamic and constructive debate, networking and research initiation.

  • Riga, Latvia
  • 27th to 29th of May 2020

Deadline for proposal submission:

29 February 2020.


More info at:


Baltic Rim Economies review


Baltic Rim Economies review (BRE) is an open forum for discussion about the development of the Baltic Sea region. The topics vary between culture and business, security and nature, and technology and history.


The review is published 4-6 times a year by Pan-European Institute at the University of Turku, Finland.


Subscription is free of charge and found on the website.



BRE review is available online for free at

Medical and biologycal aspects of Human Health and their Multidiciplinary Integration


Ternopil National Medical University invites participants to a scientific conference to summarize the experience of scientific research in the field of biology, medicine and teaching methods of medical and biological disciplines in Ukraine and abroad.


For more information, contact:

Larysa Yaroslavivna Fedoniuk


Submission deadline:

15 February 2020

The 9th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum
The LE:NOTRE Institute along with the Slovak University of AgricultureSlovak University of Technology and Vienna University of Technology organises the forum with the main theme Cross-Border Landscapes.
  •  Bratislava, Slovakia
  • 21st to 25th of April 2020

Read more at:


BARI Mobility Programme


Call for PhD candidates´ projects for hosting internships for Bachelor/Master students is open.


Themes: Life Sciences, Photon&Neutron Science and Welfare State.


This is an excellent opportunity for BA/MA students to be acquainted with interesting research project according their own preference concerning theme and country/university in the Baltic Sea Region!


Click here for short information





23 February 2020

Call for Papers

Special issue: Green Infrastructure – A Novel Paradigm in Planning and Designing Urban Landscapes


Open-access Scientific Journal Acta Horticulturae et Regiotecturae


Send your abstract to Dr. Attila Tóth


Manuscript deadline

31 Mars 2020


Special issue: Environmental Education for Sustainability


Open Access Journal Sustainability- Special Issue “Environmental Education for Sustainability”


Guest editor: Prof. Dr. Walter LEAL


Manuscript deadline:1 May 2020

“Handbook of Climate Change Management:
Research, Leadership, Transformation”


Submittion of papers to the 4th World Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation is now open.


The Handbook of Cliamte Change Management will be a further volume of the award-winning book series “Climate Change Management” published by Springer.


Send your abstracts to Dr. Michaela Sima





10 April 2020