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Why Estonia?

Estonia is a relatively undiscovered country of wetlands – raised bogs, fens, swamp forests, coastal marshes. Around 50% of Estonia’s territory is covered by forests.

Why Tartu?

Tartu is the Estonian center of science and culture; it also has a long-term tradition in peatland research.

University of Tartu

The University of Tartu is Estonia’s leading centre of research and training. It was founded in 1632 by the Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus and it is the oldest and largest university in Estonia and has been the centre of Estonian academic life for almost four centuries. The University of Tartu belongs to the top 2% of world’s best universities. There are over 13,000 students, including over 800 international students from 70 countries, and 3000 staff members study and work in a diverse range of fields connected by the power of curiosity. Learn more…

Important dates:

Call for sessions and topics closed: 1st September, 2024

Registration and abstract submission starts: 1st October, 2024

Abstracts submission closed: 15th March, 2025

Abstracts accepted: 15th April, 2025

Early Birds registration ends: 22nd April, 2025

Final program announced: 1st May, 2025

Registration closed: 15th May, 2025