Synergy ’22: rescheduled to 16 June 2022
Synergy, the NWO event for researchers and policy developers, will take place on 16 June 2022. Enjoy a diverse programme of activities, acquire new insights and explore opportunities for impact. Expand your network, establish new collaborations with like-minded professionals and exchange knowledge and experience.
Registration is now open for the Synergy '22 event which will take place on Thursday 16 June 2022 at the Fokker Terminal The Hague. After registration we will send you updates regularly & inform you about the programme. If you have any questions about your registration, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
About Synergy ‘22
About the programme
The Synergy event has an open character and starts in the early afternoon in the Synergy Café. You will be seated at tables around the central podium among people from the research and education sector, government, top sectors, and social partners. Synergy will be opened by two opinionated keynote speakers, who have been invited to take a stand based on their vision and provide challenging questions to the audience. Arguments and opinions will be shared and collected at every table. A nice opportunity to share your ideas and get to know other participants!
After this introduction, you will be offered the opportunity to attend one of the breakout sessions or join the discussions in the central meeting area. Of course, after the breakout sessions, we will all gather around the central podium for the Synergy finale – including voting and announcing this year’s Synergy Award winner!
Who participates in Synergy?
Researchers from all fields and domains with a research interest in people, culture and society. All research organisations, knowledge institutions, universities of applied sciences and universities. Policy developers, civil servants who utilize research outcomes about people, culture and society and professionals active in the top sectors and the Dutch National Research Agenda.
The event is organised by NWO Domain Social Sciences and Humanities