In English: Opening of registration for Mallorca Science School 2024"


Date 20-26 October 2024

Place: Mediterranean Institute of Advanced Studies, Esporles, Mallorca

Deadline for inscriptions: 31 March 2024

The "Mallorca Science School: Interdisciplinary Science for Marine and Coastal Conservation in a Changing World" will take place during the week of October 20-26, 2024, at the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies. It is specifically designed for graduate students in the early years of their scientific career from any country worldwide.


The IMEDEA science school places special emphasis on interdisciplinary research and will utilize cutting-edge methodologies to comprehensively explore coastal and marine systems of the Balearic Islands.



Module 1: Coastal Processes and Their Impact on Marine Ecosystems

Module 2: Dynamics of Coastal Ecosystems: Nature, Physics, and Human Interaction

Module 3: Integrative Studies in Marine and Coastal Ecosystems



  • Angel Amores, IMEDEA-UIB-CSIC, Spain.
  • Joaquín Tintoré, SOCIB / IMEDEA-UIB-CSIC, Spain.
  • Susan Lowerre-Barbieri, University of Florida, US.
  • Julien Mader, AZTI, Spain.
  • Isabel Caballero, ICMAN-CSIC, Spain.
  • Hilmar Hinz, IMEDEA-UIB-CSIC, Spain.
  • Joanna Staneva, Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany.
  • Nùria Marbá, IMEDEA-UIB-CSIC, Spain.
  • Antonio Castro, Universidad de Almería, Spain.
  • Maraja Riechers, Thünen Institute, Germany.
  • Yolanda Gonzalez-Cid, Universidad de las Islas Baleares, Spain.
  • Giacomo Tavecchia, IMEDEA-UIB-CSIC, Spain.
  • Josep María Mallarach, Universidad de Navarra, Spain.
  • Maria Jose Martinez-Harms, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, Chile.
  • Sebastian Villasante, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
  • Ana Payo-Payo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
  • Adrian García, IFISC-UIB-CSIC, Spain.


Additionally, attendees will participate in two excursions: one to Cabrera National Park and another to the hosting research institute, IMEDEA.


The curriculum includes a session on Science Communication and Evening Seminars covering topics such as proposal writing and scientific career development.


Registrations are open until March 31st: Register here


The MAllorca Science School is an initiative of the programme of excellence ‘María de Maeztu’ of IMEDEA, grant CEX2021-001198 funded by MCIU/AEI/10.13039/501100011033