• 02 Sep
    15:30 - 17:00

    Opening Academic Year 2024/25

    On Monday 2 September, from 15.30 to 17.00, we will celebrate the opening of the academic year 2024/25 at Theater aan het Vrijthof. 

  • 05 Sep 06 Sep
    09:00 - 17:30

    IP & Competition in an era of AI and Data: Assessing global trends from a comparative & interdisciplinary lens

    We encourage participants to submit abstracts dealing with and related to the IP & competition law issues from an inter-disciplinary perspective. 

  • 09 Sep 13 Sep

    Data Protection Officer (DPO) Humanitarian Action Certification

    Training and certification programme specifically designed for Data Protection Officers in Humanitarian Action.

  • 15 Sep 17 Dec


    The Globalization and Law Network invites you to the TEGL Annual Conference. The conference is aimed at scholars, practitioners, and experts wanting to contribute to an engaging exploration of the intricate relationship between law and uncertainty. In an era marked by unprecedented global challenges...

  • 23 Sep 26 Sep
    09:30 - 16:30

    M4i Mass Spectrometry Imaging Workshop

    Join a three-day workshop at M4i and learn more about MSI fundamentals (MALDI, DESI, REIMS, SIMS) and the latest on MALDI imaging, including sample preparation and data analysis. 

  • 25 Sep 27 Sep

    The Right to Social Security: a new dawn!

    The Conference "The Right to Social Security: a new dawn!" brings together the MoveS seminar on EU Fundamental Rights for cross-border workers, Prof. Vonk's inaugural lecture, and the annual EISS conference on Contemporary Challenges for the Fundamental Right of Social Security.

  • 26 Sep 27 Sep

    ITEM/TEIN Conference

    This 2-day Conference co-organised by the Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross-border cooperation and Mobility (ITEM) as well as the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN) and supported by the Borders in Globalization-21st century project, addresses the practical challenges and...

  • 28 Sep
    14:00 - 22:00
  • 04 Oct

    Course: Sustainable Digital Heritage

    In this science-based course, led by program director Prof. Dr. Johan Oosterman, we explore how heritage professionals can effectively respond to the digital revolution through three modules.