GM & Annual Science Days

7, 8 & 9 June 2022, Palermo, Italy and online

The EJP SOIL General Meeting and Annual Science Days this year will be held back to back in a hybrid event with its physical venue at the University of Palermo in Italy.

The General Meeting will take place on the 7th of June

The Science Days will be taking place all day on the 8th of June and on the morning of the 9th of June.

Login information for online attendees - General Meeting and Annual Science Days.

The online General Meeting and Annual Science Days will be hosted by the institutional Teams of Unipa. In order for you to be able to log into the different GM and ASD sessions, you need to fill out a small Teams registration form per session (name, surname, institution, nationality). It is a very short form that you can fill out in less than a minute, but ensures that Teams “knows who you are” and you can come into the meeting.

Only for the first half day of the ASD (morning of 8/6) and for the ASD closing session (noon 9/6), you do NOT have to fill out this form, and you can just click the link to watch the live event.

Go to the General Meeting page to find the required links and more information with regards to your online participation.

Go to the Annual Science Days programme page for session links by clicking here or by clicking the link below.


For both General Meeting and Annual Science Days, if you are facing any technical issues with your online participation, please contact clearly detailing your issue. Please note that we recommend that you use preferably Google Chrome browser to connect, in case you do not install MS Teams application.

We also urge you to please check the programmes again on the days of the event, since minor changes in timings could occur. We will keep you up to date as much as possible. Also you may see tiny discrepancies in the Teams links descriptions (it was only possible to indicate half-hour fractions), again please refer to the programmes.

Please note that you are welcome to register for more than one breakout session per time slot if you are unsure of which one you will want to follow, or want the chance to change sessions mid-session.

Also note that the Teams confirmation email, which contains the meeting link and the calendar invite, may end up in your spam folder, so don’t forget to check there if you shouldn’t have received a confirmation after registering on Teams.