The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an international community of individuals and associations from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experiences in science communication and editing.

EASE Events

Autumn 2021 webinar series – exclusive to EASE members

The first webinar in the Autumn series, Numbers in Formation: Reader-Friendly Organization of Numerical Data into Tables, presented by Yateen Joshi, EASE Council member and Chair of Training Committee, was held on Tuesday, 14 September 2021.

Save the dates for the others in the series

Tuesday, 19 October – The Cell Press inclusion and diversity statement initiative, with Deborah Sweet, Cell Press

Tuesday, 16 November – Open access journals, with Delia Mihaila, MDPI

Tuesday, 7 December – Preprints and publishing, with Pippa Smart, PSP Consulting

Read more and register (EASE members only)


16th EASE General Assembly and Conference – Valencia, Spain

It is our intention to hold the 16th EASE General Assembly and Conference from 24-26 June 2022 in Valencia, Spain. Assuming that COVID restrictions allow, this will be an in person event, but following the success of our last two virtual events, we intend to incorporate an online element to encourage those who will be unable to travel.

The Programme has not been finalised yet, so please check back for more details.


EASE usually holds a European conference every two years. The pandemic has somewhat disrupted the normal conference cycle, with us holding our first ever virtual conference in 2020, and then repeating it in 2021.

Recent previous conferences were held in:

The first EASE conference was held in 1982: see our list of past conferences, together with an EASE specialty – the overnight newsletter. Ranging from the scurrilous to quirky, these give a light-hearted view of each day’s happenings at conferences down the years. 

EASE Training
To reflect and support the breadth of roles among our members, EASE offers training, workshops and webinars on an extensive range of topics, with expert speakers addressing current key issues, ideas and practices of interest and value for the EASE community.

Collaborative events
We are happy to work with other organizations to provide joint meetings. We are able to draw on our membership to find suitable speakers and trainers.

Examples of recent collaborative events are as follows:

  • Discussion Forum with the European Council (October 2019) addressing the impact and implementation of GDPR compliance on peer review and the publishing industry.
  • The 3rd International Symposium of Scientific Journals of Trakya University, Edirne, Turkey, in collaboration with EASE. 4-5 December 2019. A summary of the event can be found here
  • EASE and PEERE Training School on Peer Review, 15-17 May 2018, Split, Croatia. The full programme and further information can be found on the PEERE website
  • EASE and ISMTE joint meeting in Blankenberge, Belgium, 23-24 September 2013