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Welcome to the Science Summit at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA77)

Please Register by clicking HERE

Registration is free of charge. You can register yourself and also other colleagues (up to 10 people).

After you have registered, you will receive two emails: one from Eventbrite with your ticket, and 15 min later, one from SCHED inviting you to create your username and password (these will be your  SCHED login details to access the conference each time).

Once you have your SCHED login details, you can select the session(s) you would like to attend and be able to see the ZOOM link to join your selected sessions.

All times in the AGENDA are New York Local (Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)). To view times in another time zone, please use the "Timezone" box located below on the right.

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Dr. Encieh Erfani

Global Young Academy
Executive Committee

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Encieh Erfani is an Assistant Professor of the Physics Department at the IASBS, Iran since Dec. 2015. She obtained her Ph.D. degree from Bonn University, Germany in 2012. Her research area is Theoretical Physics and in particular Cosmology. She is a Junior Associate of the ICTP, Italy since January 2017, a TWAS Young Affiliate member since 2018, and a Global Young Academy (GYA) member since 2021. She is an executive committee member of GYA, 2021/2023, and co-chair of the "Preservation of Science" task team "Science in Exile" project of TWAS/ISC/IAP. She was a visiting researcher at ICTP-SAIFR, Brazil under the TWAS fellowship, and also a Post-Doctoral fellow of the School of Physics in the IPM, Iran. She did also a one-year Postgraduate Diploma Programme of ICTP (2007-2008). She is the founder of the "Yar-e-Danesh Fund", 2019 which provides financial support to students. She is also on the board of directors of the Iranian Astronomy Society and the founder of its female branch. Studying in three different countries, being familiar with four languages (English, French, Spanish, and German), working in several international institutes and universities, and organizing many scientific activities (for the public) provided her with a unique set of skills to communicate, understand problems and find solutions. She is passionate about teaching, promoting science in public, and helping young students, especially females through international collaborations.
Tuesday, September 13
 

10:00am EDT

11:00am EDT

 
Thursday, September 15
 

10:00am EDT

2:00pm EDT

 
Friday, September 16
 

4:00pm EDT

 
Monday, September 19
 

8:30am EDT

9:00am EDT

4:00pm EDT

 
Tuesday, September 20
 

9:00am EDT

11:00am EDT

2:00pm EDT

 
Thursday, September 22
 

9:00am EDT

2:00pm EDT

 
Friday, September 23
 

11:00am EDT

 
Monday, September 26
 

9:00am EDT

4:00pm EDT

 
Tuesday, September 27
 

9:00am EDT

12:00pm EDT

3:00pm EDT

4:00pm EDT

 
Wednesday, September 28
 

2:00pm EDT

 
Thursday, September 29
 

8:00am EDT

9:00am EDT

 
Friday, September 30
 

2:00pm EDT