Preservers Everywhere is an international conference on the dynamically developing topic commonly termed as "Preserver Problems". A preserver is a transformation between mathematical structures that leaves a certain quantity/operation/relation/set etc. invariant. The usual goal is to give a complete description of those transformations. Typical examples are, for instance, the homomorphisms of groups (i.e. maps which respect the group operations), or isometries of metric spaces (i.e. distance preserving maps). The purpose of this meeting is to bring together mathematicians from various areas who are either working on or interested in such problems. Among others, we will have talks on preserver problems related to Algebra, Analysis, Functional Analysis, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Mathematical Physics and Operator theory. We encourage everybody interested in this topic to participate the meeting.