Have you ever missed a conference that you really ought to have attended but didn’t learn about until it was too late? Or maybe you have tried in vain to find a suitable place to publish that almost-finished paper of yours? That’s why we created Eventseer. We wanted to create a service that aggregates all the calls for papers and event announcements that floats around the web into one common, searchable tool. What is more,we also wanted it to alert you whenever something comes up that just might be of interest.


Eventseer keeps track of events, people, topics and organizations. When you sign up you will get a personal tracker that can be customized to your liking. If you are interested in a certain topic then you add it to your tracker. If there’s an academic that works on something that interests you then you add that person.

Basically, everything that ends up on Eventseer is trackable and hyperlinked. Whenever something that interests you is mentioned, you will receive an alert. The end product? Your own, personalized tracker feed that helps you stay informed.



Quite a lot, in fact

Alerts whenever a tracked event is updated.

Alerts when people, topics or organizations are mentioned

Customizable deadline alerts and your own deadline calender

Your own personalized RSS feed

The ability to claim a person profile page as your own and
use it as a research blog

A way of reaching a highly targeted audience

The opportunity to comment on events

An easy way of publishing your own events

An interface for communicating with other researchers

A convenient way of planning your research activities and staying ahead of the game


Let the software work for you

Let the software work for you

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