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Upcoming Events

Our enthusiastic community of researchers put on regular presentations, workshops, webinars and other events to help spread the word on Mendeley. Here is a list of all forthcoming events, to show you're interested in any event click the ‘Attend’ button on the listing and the organizer will be in touch. If you have organized such an event please submit it here. Times are displayed relative to the location of the event, check your local time zone.

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Universidade Aberta

Library, Lisbon, Portugal

27.Feb.2015 10:00 to 12:00

Mendeley uma nova abordagem à investigação e gestão bibliográfica

The event is organized by the library with the possibility of 30 attendents localy and will by transmited by streaming to al the university students.

Speaker: Paula Seguro-de-Carvalho

SAPIENZA University of Rome

Sala Riunioni - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Strutturale e Geotecnica, Rome, Italy

27.Feb.2015 11:00 to 13:00 (+1)

Mendeley Workshop

Speaker: Jacopo Ciambella

Queens University Belfast

Health Sciences Building Seminar Room 2, Belfast, United Kingdom

27.Feb.2015 12:00 to 13:00

Intro to Mendeley

An introduction to Mendeley. Learn how to manage your references easily and efficiently!

Speaker: Lindsay Broadbent

Zagazig University, El-Sharkia, Egypt

Third floor, Project management department at the Technology, Innovation and Commercialization Office (TICO) at Zagazig University, Zagazig, El-Sharkia, Egypt

03.Mar.2015 13:00 to 16:00 (+2)

Introduction to Mendeley

Introduction to Mendeley for medical students. What is Mendeley? Advantages of Mendeley software. How to organize your research papers (PDF). How to generate citations easily. Generating citations using PMID or DOI numbers. How to change reference formatting easily. How to check duplication.

Speaker: Ahmed Negida

Makerere University, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

School of Agricultural Sciences Computer Lab., Kampala, Uganda

04.Mar.2015 09:00 to 12:00 (+3)


I expect to host Lecturers (Some of which of already shown great interest), Masters and PhD students, and a few undergraduate students. I plan to use first come first served, especially to the undergraduate. The rest of the applicants will attend another training to be scheduled to take place later in the month, and other successive trainings. Main focus will, initially, be on Postgraduate scholars and Lecturers.

Speaker: Onan Mulumba