Thank you for a fantastic week!

The EGU General Assembly 2020 in the online format Sharing Geoscience Online was an exciting experiment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and a great success throughout the entire week. 18,036 abstracts formed the programme with 701 scientific sessions, 11,380 presentation materials accompanied the abstracts and received 6,297 comments so far (to be continued until 31 May). A fantastic number of 26,219 individual users joined our 721 live text chats and posted 200,400 messages. Furthermore, virtual live sessions, Union Symposia, Great Debates, Townhall Meetings, and Short Courses were successfully held, and several networking events gave our community members the chance to meet online and share their research and ideas.

The Programme Committee of the EGU and the entire organizing team has been overwhelmed by the positive approach, exceptional engagement, and outstanding contributions by all of you from all around the world. We are very grateful and proud to see how our community has turned the challenges of the pandemic into opportunities and we are sure that part of these achievements will continue and contribute to greener events in the future.

We look very much forward to seeing you again at the next EGU General Assembly 2021, 25–30 April 2021.

EGU’s YouTube channel

Selected sessions like the five union sessions (US), the five great debates (GDB), the six short courses (SC), as well as three press conferences during Sharing Geoscience Online were streamed and are available on EGU's YouTube channel.

All abstracts and CC BY presentation materials are on EGUsphere

EGUsphere, the new EGU interactive community platform, lists all EGU2020 abstracts, their CC BY presentation materials, and corresponding comments. Take a look and learn more about EGUsphere.

What is Sharing Geoscience Online?

Sharing Geoscience Online brings part of the activities of the EGU General Assembly online. Please have a look on our EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online page. Please also see the welcome video on YouTube or LinkedIn.

EGU's Code of Conduct

Participation in EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online implies agreement to EGU's Code of Conduct. If you experienced infringements against these rules please contact conduct@egu.eu.