FORTHCOMING EVENTS, July – October 2023

July 2023

  • 02-14/07, Uzhhorod, Ukraine

Biological Data Science Summer School focuses on the fundamental and advanced techniques of bioinformatics and computational data analysis of modern molecular data types in biology and biomedicine (genomics, multi-omics). The lectures cover topics such as the fundamentals of biology, quantitative measurement techniques using modern biotechnologies, statistical analysis, data visualization, and computational toolsets. The practical exercises involve working with real datasets from recent international research projects and utilizing the R / Bioconductor and/or Python environments.
Application for the school is open until 20/05.

  • 05/07, 10:00 – 12:00 CEST, Hannover and online

Project presentation “Open Education Recourses with Ukraine: Informatics”. Supported by the DAAD, this project aims to support the Ukrainian partner universities of LUH in Kyiv, Dnipro, Kharkiv and Lviv to maintain their virtual study courses. Teaching and learning videos from various fields of computer science are produced and published under Creative Commons (CC-BY) licences on the TIB AV-Portal and integrated into the ongoing teaching activities of the partner universities. The videos are translated, subtitled and prepared as Open Educational Resources. To get an insight into the project, exchange ideas and network, you are welcome to join the project presentation. Registration: by the 3rd July 2023

  • 07/07, 18.30, CET, Berlin

Reading with the modern Ukrainian author Tanya Maljarchuk “Gleich geht die Geschichte weiter, wir atmen nur aus” [“The story is about to continue, we are just exhaling”] within the event series EUROPAerlesen. The reading will be moderated by Michael Serrer, Director of the North Rhine-Westphalia Literature Office, and musically accompanied by the Ukrainian jazz musician Ganna Gryniva.
Registration for the event is available under the link.

  • 11/07, 18.30, CET, Berlin

Lecture “Ukraine: Humour as a Weapon of War” by Orest Semotiuk, moderated by Gwendolyn Sasse, within the ZOiS Forum program.

  • 28-29/07, Bonn

DAAD Alumna Meeting for Ukrainian researchers “Science in Exile”, organized by DAAD National Academic Contact Point Ukraine. Registration for the meeting is open until 20/05 under the link.


August 2023

  • 07-19/08, Greifswald

Summer School Ukrainicum “After the Empires? Ukraine’s (Post-)Colonial Entanglements” under the academic direction of Professor Dr. Roman Dubasevych (Greifswald) and Dr. Oleksandr Chertenko (Casting).
Registration for the school and scholarships is open until 19/06 under the link.

XXVII. Greifswalder Ukrainicum will include the following events:

    • Keynote lecture on “Postcolonial Perspectives on Eastern Europe: Ambivalences and Simplifications”, Prof. Dr. Dirk Uffelmann (Justus Liebig University Giessen).
    • Introductory lecture,  JProf. Dr. Roman Dubasevych (University of Greifswald).
    • Seminars, Prof. Dr. Tomasz Zarycki (Warsaw),Dr. Tarik Cyril Amar (Istanbul) Börries Kuzmany (Wien) and Dr. Oleksandr Chertenko (Giessen).
    • Language courses, PD Dr. Hanna Shvets (Kyiv), Dr. Olena Synchak (L’viv) and Dr. Ksenia Borodin (L’viv).
    • Guest lektures, Dr. Inna Melnykovska.
    • Mini-workshop on literary translation, Lydia Nagel (Berlin)
    • Screening of two movies with a following discussion: “Atlantis” (Atlantyda, UA 2019) by Valentyn Vasyanovych, and “Luxemburg, Luxemburg” by Antonio Lukich
  • 31/08, 13:00, CET, Brno (Czechia)

Summer Meetup “Settling in” organized by Czexpats in Science.  The program includes a keynote speech from Prof. Matthew Rampley, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University Brno, as well as a panel discussion “Taking root as a researcher” with Dominika Fričová (Slovak Academy of Sciences), Somsuvro Basu (P95 Epidemiology & Pharmacovigilance), Tomáš Čižmár (Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena & Institute of Scientific Instruments in Brno) and Ukrainian researcher Oksana Stupak (Masaryk University & Drahomanov Ukrainian State University).


September 2023

  • 04-05/09, Bonn

Erasmus+ Newcomer Seminar for Erasmus+ University Coordinators
Registration for the event is available under the link.

  • 04-17/09, Edinburgh & online

Annual summer events programme “Curious”, organized by the Royal Society of Edinburgh, includes a wide range of discussions, talks, workshops, exhibitions and tours. The detailed program is available under the link.

  • 14-15/09, Bonn

Seminar “International aspects of dual study” within the International DAAD Academy. Registration for the event is open until 17/08/2023.

  • 15-17/09, Vilnus

International congress “Rethinking Ukraine and Europe: New Challenges for Historians”

  • 16/09, 17.00 – 19.00, EDT, Shevchenko Scientific Society, New York

Understanding Ukraine. Between Trauma and the New Reality with Yevhen Hlibovytsky

This talk will focus on Ukraine’s trajectory of development, how it failed conventional analytical tests, and the country’s future prospects. Yevhen Hlibovytsky will look into Ukraine’s security, demography, political culture, religions, economy, and governance and will explain how these factors impact Ukraine’s future options. Yevhen Hlibovytsky is a lecturer at Ukrainian Catholic University and a public intellectual who has been actively studying how cultural factors influence institution building and long-term prospects for Ukraine.

  • 19-20/09, Magdeburg & online

Erasmus+ Annual Meeting in Higher Education “Erasmus+ at your higher education institution: state of play, opportunities, challenges”

  • 19-20/09, online

Seminar “Social responsibility of universities – opportunities and challenges of internationalisation” within the International DAAD Academy. Registration for the event is open until 22/08/2023.

  • 21/09, 18.30 – 20.00, CET, Centre for East European and International Studies, Berlin

Narrating Every Day Life During War Time in Ukraine: Panel discussion and opening of the photo exhibition ‘Ukraine: War and Resistance’, organized by ZOiS Forum in cooperation with PRISMA UKRAÏNA und Fulbright Ukraine.

  • 22/09, 18.00 – 19.30, EDT, Shevchenko Scientific Society, New York

Exhibition “Ukraine in Ruins 1941–42, 2022–23. Paintings by Alexander Motyl”

  • 26-29/ 09, Rotterdam

33rd Annual European Association for International Education (EAIE) Conference and Exhibition, including:

    • Session 06.01: Spotlight on Ukraine
    • Session 02.12: Promoting education and workforce access for Ukrainian refugees in Poland and beyond
    • Poster 220: Study On, Ukraine! A welcome semester for Ukrainian refugees
    • Session 02.17: What’s new in Poland: Solidarity with Ukraine – European Universities Alliances
    • Session 07.02: A special inbound mobility programme for Ukrainian students during the war
  • 27-28/09, Berlin

Education in times of war – German-Ukrainian University cooperation between emergency aid and future scenario, DAAD

  • 28-29/09, Essen

Ukraine Days in North Rhine-Westphalia, including Annual Meeting of the German-Ukrainian Academic Society and the Final of the UKRAINET PhD Contest

  • 28-29/09, Ottawa, Canada

17th Annual Danyliw Research Seminar on Contemporary Ukraine. Call for proposals from researchers in the field of political science, anthropology, sociology, history, law, economics and related disciplines in the social sciences and humanities is open until 21.06.2023. The topics related to the current war and to Ukrainian studies in general may be submitted. 


October 2023

  • 5-7/10, Wroclaw (Poland)

Workshop for young researchers “Genocide in History and Law“, organised by the German-Ukrainian Historical Commission (DUHK/УНІК) conjointly with Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies.
The main focus of the workshop will lay on the Genocide convention of the UN Charta and its applicability to different case studies, up to the current Russian-Ukrainian war. The deadline for applications is 01/05/2023.

  • 20/10, 15.00-18.00 CET, Berlin, Leibniz Saal of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Discussion on Humanities and Social Sciences in Times of Crises: Back to Provincialism?, organized by the Forum Transregional Studies.

A panel conversation with Pascale Ghazaleh, Banu Karaca, and Viktoria Sereda, chaired by Birgit Meyer, will discuss what sustainable internationality could mean in light of the current crisis-debates, degressive funding, irritable publics and shrinking spaces of civil and academic freedoms in many countries. Further, seven short interventions of Fellows of the Forum’s programs “Europe in the Middle East—The Middle East in Europe”, “Prisma Ukraïna: War Migration and Memory”, and “re:constitution: Exchange and Analysis on Democracy and the Rule of Law in Europe” – Sanabel Abdelrahman, Mina Khanlarzadeh, Lidia Kuzemska, Alia Mossallam, Rim Naguib, Silvia Steininger and Emre Turkut will present an outlook on the themes and questions they have.

Registration for the event is available at, a program of the event can be found here.

November 2023

  • 8-10/110, Vienna (Austria)

Ukraine’s Altered Landscapes: Losing and Recovering Alterity in the Face of War, An interdisciplinary conference organized by the Ukraine in European Dialogue program at the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) will be held at the Institute for Human Sciences. Interested participants should submit a brief paper abstract (300 words) along with a CV to by 18 September 2023.


Video-recordings of some past events/ relevant YouTube channels: