Join the Call for Participation for both editions of re:publica in Ireland and Greece in September 2017. We’re looking forward to your ideas for lectures, meetups and lightning talks – the final deadline ends on 16 July 2017.
The Call for Participation for the eleventh edition of the re:publica came to a successful close on Tuesday. We had a total of 1050 submissions reach us from all around the world. We’d like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who took the time.
A new year, a new round! The re:health conference track is back again and ’re looking for your ideas and projects regarding the digitalization of health.
We hope you all had a great start into 2017! And we are already at it again: Our second deadline for the Call for Participation passed yesterday. More than 300 submissions have reached us! WOW!
We are issuing the Call for Participation: Digitizing the Greenery as part of our renewed cooperation with the International Garden Exhibition (IGA), and are already looking forward to your entries concerning the topic of urban life.
Last year, we successfully worked together with a programme committee for the first time. We’d like to repeat that for #rp17 and expand it further. We’re thrilled about the commitment of these experts, who will be offering up their time to support the program team in an advisory capacity!
The second stage of the Call for Participation is up and running and our deadline ends January 8th, 2017! These entries will make up the largest portion of the program for the re:publica 2017.
The first stage of our Call for Participation ended on December 4th with soon 200 submissions. Now on to the next, ending January 8th, 2017!
Together with our partner Science Year 2016*17, re:publica 2017 will host the new “sub:marine” track. The intersection of digital culture, technology and oceanic habitats is surprisingly large, so join our Call for Participation for “sub:marine”!
Since mid July, our Call for Participation for the upcoming re:publica in Dublin on October 20 has been up and running. For those of you who don't know us, we have summarized the range of topics presented at re:publica 2016 in Berlin. See our overview over the variety of topics and ideas that are possible at re:publica here. Get inspired and take part!
Starting today, we would like to invite all those interested to create the program for the very first re:publica with us, taking place in Dublin on October 20, 2016. Our Call for Participation is divided into three deadline phases, the last of which ends on August 31, 2016.
In cooperation with our new partner World Health Summit (WHS), we've extended the #rpTEN health track's Call for Papers deadline to 31 January 2016. It's not too late to get involved!
We're only a few days away from the final #rpTEN Call for Papers deadline. Don't miss your chance to submit! Submissions end on 10 January 2016.
930 submissions to our Call for Papers – a new record! We are giving you a first glimpse of the #rp15 schedule, with almost 50 sessions from the program now online. Find an overview over the individual tracks and focus topics after the jump.
We are pleased to announce our partnership with the Science Year 2015. As part of re:publica 2015, we are looking for your visions, utopias, or even very real projects all around cities, sustainability and technology – join our Call for Papers: City of the Future!
The re:publica Call for Papers is your opportunity to join the GIG community and be a part of the Global Innovation Gathering 2015!