MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe
The MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe (ESE) aim is promoting scientific projects created by children and young people around the world through an exhibition in a multi-cultural environment, also allowing the participation of institutions which want to assist young people in their projects.
The programme of the ESE consists of a variety of activities: the exhibition of projects, cultural and scientific visits, leisure activities, workshops, animation and conferences.
Participation at ESE is an opportunity to
- Install and animate a space to highlight youngsters’, teachers’ and leaders’ efforts and interest in research, science and technology innovation, enhancing their motivation while contributing to their personal development.
- Establish relationships with other institutions with similar goals through the development of scientific, technical and social projects in order to exchange ideas and create actions according to the needs of today’s world, for the benefit of industry, the educational sector and society at large.
- Be represented at an international level through the young peoples’ projects, allowing for the spreading of knowledge amongst the main target audience (i.e. young people).
- Promote Scientific Culture in a multi-cultural environment, allowing the sharing of experience and good practice as well as to achieve higher-standard scientific activities.
History of ESE
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2020 (ESE 2020)
Organisers: MILSET Europe, MILSET Romania, Cygnus
Place: Suceava, Romania
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2018 (ESE 2018)
Organisers: MILSET Europe, FZT
Place: Gdynia, Poland
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2016 (ESE 2016)
Organisers: MILSET Europe, CIRASTI
Place: Toulouse, France
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2014 (ESE 2014)
Organisers: MILSET Europe, AMAVET
Place: Zilina, Slovakia
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2012 (ESE 2012)
Dates: 02/07/2012 – 08/07/2012
Organisers: MILSET Europe, OODI, MGDD(U)T, BPHR
Place: Tula, Russia
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2010 (ESE 2010)
Dates: 27/06/2010 – 04/07/2010
Organisers: OODI, MILSET Europe
Place: Moscow, Russia
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2008 (ESE 2008)
Dates: 13/07/2008 – 20/07/2008
Organisers: MILSET Europe, TIT Kossuth Klub
Place: Budapest, Hungary
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2006 (ESE 2006)
Dates: 16/07/2006 – 23/07/2006
Organisers: MILSET Europe, Magma
Place: Tarragona, Spain
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2004 (ESE 2004)
Dates: 08/07/2004 – 15/07/2004
Organisers: MILSET Europe, Landesverband Sachsischer Jugendbildungswerke e.V. (LJBW)
Place: Dresden, Germany
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2002 (ESE 2002)
Dates: 14/07/2002 – 21/07/2002
Organisers: MILSET Europe, Asociacia pre mladez, vedu a techniku (AMAVET)
Place: Bratislava, Slovakia
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 2000 (ESE 2000)
Dates: 16/07/2000 – 23/07/2000
Organisers: MILSET Europe, Jeunesses Scientifiques de Belgique (JSB)
Place: Charleroi, Belgium
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 98 (ESE 98)
Dates: 17/08/1998 – 23/08/1998
Organisers: MILSET Europe, Associacco Juvenil de Ciencia (AJC)
Place: Coimbra, Portugal
|MILSET Expo-Sciences Europe 96 (ESE 96)
Dates: 15/07/1996 – 19/07/1996
Organisers: MILSET Europe, Asociace pro mladez, vedu a techniku (AMAVET)
Place: Prague, Czech Republic
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