Fourth Scientix Conference


 4th Scientix International Conference


This web page features video recordings of the keynote speeches held at the 4th Scientix International Conference.

Marc Durando

Marc Durando, Executive Director, European Schoolnet, welcomes participants to the conference.


Niki Kerameus

Niki Kerameus, Minister of Education and Religious Affairs, Greece, gives the opening speech.


Anna Horvath

Anna Horvath, Education Policy Analyst, European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), European Commission, presents “Increasing achievement and motivation in mathematics and science learning in schools in Europe”.


Àgueda Gras-Velázquez

Àgueda Gras-Velázquez, Scientix Project Manager and Head of the Science Education Department, European Schoolnet, looks back on “Twelve years of Scientix”.


Ariadna Farres Basiana

Ariadna Farres Basiana, Astrodynamics Specialists, NASA, presents “How to become an astronaut? Using space exploration to motivate STEM education”.


Andreas Schleicher

Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills, OECD, presents “How a better STEM education can be one of the best investments we can make into our future”.


Laura Quintana

Laura Quintana, Vice President & General Manager, Cisco Networking Academy, presents "Creating an Inclusive Future for All through Collaboration in STEM".


Ivana Kovac

Ivana Kovac, STEM Alliance Coordinator, European Schoolnet, presents “Industry policy makers and schools”.


Jeremy Rollison

Jeremy Rollison, Senior Director, European Government Affairs, Microsoft, presents “Digital Transformation in Education”.


Joseph Roche

Joseph Roche, Associate Professor in Science Education at Trinity College Dublin, speaks about "Empowering teachers to be active researchers".


Michal Uhl

Michal Uhl, director of the Czech National Agency for International Education and Research


Jan De Craemer

Jan De Craemer, Chairman of the European Schoolnet Steering Committee, Flemish Ministry of Education & Training looks ahead at “What’s coming next”.