Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Practical Information

Where will the event be held?

The event will be held at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Sciences and the Arts (KVAB).

For further information, please refer to the Practical Information page

When will the event be held?

The conference will be held on 3 - 5 May 2023.

Please refer to the Practical Information page.

What does the schedule for the events look like?

The preliminary programme will be posted once the review process is underway.

You may refer to the EUIA21 programme page to understand our usual schedule format.

Will there be an online-streaming portion to this conference?

At the moment, we are looking at all possible options. An update will be provided after the review process.

Who are the officers and the members of the programme committee?

Please click on the organizers page for more information of the members.

What kind of financial support is available to the participants? Are there any scholarship available for the participants?

Details about the solidarity fund to support early career researchers and scholars from outside of the EU will be communicated at a later stage and is contingent on the budget available.

Will a certificate of attendance be delivered?

Yes, certificates of attendance will be delivered upon request following an effective participation at the conference. Should you request a certificate of attendance, please contact the conference team at : EUIA@cris.unu.ed


How do I travel to the conference?

Please refer to the information under the map on the Practical Information page.

Do any Covid-19 regulations apply for travelling?

For EU citizens, click here.

For non-EU citizens, click here.

Am I responsible for booking my own travel/accommodation?

Yes, you are responsible for your own means of travel and accommodations. The EUIA partnered up with the Brussels Booking Desk, a local support of the Brussels’ Hotel Community and to offer attractive prices for EUIA participants. More details and a tailored booking link will follow on the Practical Information page.

What can I visit while staying in Brussels?

We suggest that you refer the tourism communication agency VISITBRUSSELS for essential information regarding the Brussels-Capital region, including its main attractions. The VISITBRUSSELS website includes information on accommodations and information on Brussels' famous cafés, bars and restaurants.

From the website, we recommend:

  • Atomium
  • Grand Place/Grote Markt
  • Mont des Arts
  • Royal Palace
  • Manneken Pis
  • Belgian Comic Strip Center
  • Parc du Cinquantenaire
  • Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

Will there be childcare available?

No, childcare will not be available.

Registration and Submission

Do I have to submit a paper before/after the conference?

No, the submission of a paper is not mandatory nor before nor after the conference. Please refer to the Call for Papers page.

What is the process for submitting papers?

The deadline for paper submissions is on 31st October 2022, 23:59 CET.

If you have any questions, contact us at :

I have yet to submit my paper/panel. When is the deadline?

The deadline is on 31st October 2022.

Can Masters students submit an abstract?

Masters students can send an abstract,  there are no requirements to have a Ph.D.