Throughout the year numerous IMISCOE events are organised, in the context of research clusters, publication events, PhD training, etc. The most important item on the annual agenda of IMISCOE is the Annual Conference, which has been organised every year since 2004 by one of IMISCOE's member institutes. This year's 16th Annual Conference took place in Malmö, Sweden. In 2020 the 17th Annual Conference will be held in Luxembourg, Luxembourg: 30 June to 2 July, 2020.
Another annual event is the Spring Conference.
Besides the IMISCOE annual conferences, various events are organised throughout the year. At least once a year a smaller academic seminar is organised by one of the IMISCOE member institutes. In addition, numerous events are organised by the various Research Groups and Standing Committees.
News & Newsletters
IMISCOE distributes news from the IMISCOE network as well as news from IMISCOE members (individuals as well as member institutes). The latter category includes news on activities, research, publications and events from members, as well as selected news that is important for the network members. Both types of messages are also included in the monthly newsletters of IMISCOE.
Training & Awards
Training of researchers is an essential task of the Network. By pooling the resources and expertise of its partners and members, IMISCOE facilitates the highest quality training for all Network members. It also makes long-term investments in the broader field by opening its training facilities to non-members. To this aim, the Network organizes annual winter- or summer schools for PhD's, as well as specific training modules at other IMISCOE events.
Over the past decade IMISCOE has provided seed money to selected research initiatives.
It has issued consecutive calls for new research initiatives. The aim of these initiatives is to mobilize colleagues in order to explore possibilities of enhancing new research (by developing research proposals), of joint publications or other activities around specific topics as well as the establishment of Standing Committees for more long term research initiatives.