The significant impact of COVID19 has placed impossible constraints on our community’s ability to join in our favourite meeting place of Munich, Germany. CLEO®/Europe-EQEC 2021 will take place in virtual format on the scheduled dates from Monday 21 June to Friday 25 June 2021. The stakeholder societies and Messe Munich have plenty of experience and significant resources for making CLEO®/Europe-EQEC 2021 a successful and exciting event at any circumstances. We believe the online conference format will allow authors to present timely their work whilst still providing many of the benefits of a face to face meeting. In addition, presentations will be more widely available, yielding a greater exposure of their work.
English will be the official language of the conference.
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