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  • Austria-Forum: Bilder
    B3 Exact Sciences Mathematics Informatics Physics engineering sciences Chemical sciences Earth cosmic sciences CLASS C4 Life Sciences Biochemistry molecular biology Cell and developmental biology Physiology and neuroscience Organismic evolutionary biology Applied and translational biology Clinical and veterinary science Membership Academic Sections Becoming a Member How to Make Membership Payment Nomination and Election Process Membership Statistics Members Database of Members Detailed Presentation of Some Members Honorary Members Former Members Activities Awards and Prizes of Academia Europaea Erasmus Medal and Lecture The Burgen Scholarships The Russian Prizes The Academia s Gold Medal HERCulES Group AE Projects and Programmes European Research Policy and Science Advice Events Upcoming Events Annual Plenary Conferences Past Workshops Meetings and Conferences 2011 present 2006 2010 2001 2005 1988 2000 Barcelona Knowledge Hub Events Cardiff Knowledge Hub Events Wroclaw Knowledge Hub Events News Nominations Publications European Review The Newsletter of the Academy Press Releases and Published Opinions Forum Help Login Help FAQ Users online Recent changes Categories Home Acad Main Your trail Acad Main Text Formatting Rules List of Topics Acad Main searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category All Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Image Preview Pages 1 2 3

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  • Academy of Europe: History of AE and HQ and Awards
    and activities Initial modalities were to include annual meetings of members multidisciplinary meetings an interdisciplinary journal a newsletter providing independent advice improving mobility of scholars within Europe and improving public understanding of science The new body was named the Academia Europaea and its Foundation Meeting was held in Cambridge in September 1988 under the first President Arnold Burgen Hubert Curien who was at that time the French Minister of Science and later became the second President of the Academia arrived by helicopter and gave the inaugural address and provided the active support of the French government The first Plenary Meeting was held in London in June 1989 by which time there were 627 members Since 1989 there has been a period of remarkable changes to the scientific political and economic landscape of the continent of Europe The Academia Europaea has evolved within this environment from its origins as an organisation of predominantly western European scholars into a uniquely independent body a truly pan European Academy of Sciences Humanities and Letters The funding of the Academy is based on an original endowment contributions from some of the member countries special projects such as the Riksbanken project and by other organisations like the Academie Leopoldina who is also supporting the Academia Europaea financially See also under Patrons Founding Visions of the Academia Europaea A project funded by the AE new initiatives fund and lead by Prof Anne Buttimer University College Dublin This new initiative is a proposal for video recorded interviews with members of Academia Europaea s founding generation inviting each one to express the ideas and motivations which inspired the venture Interviews with founding members Patrons List of Patrons supporting Academia Europaea through grants projects or sponsorship Members with very special distinctions Nobel Prize Wolf Prize Turing Award Field Medal Lasker Award Abel Prize Gödel Prize Awards and Prices of Academia Europaea Erasmus Medal and Lecture The Erasmus Medal is awarded annually to outstanding individuals in recognition of their personal and significant contribution to European science and scholarship and its international impact The Erasmus Medal of the Academia Europaea is awarded on the recommendation of the Council to a member who has maintained over a sustained period the highest level of international scholarship and recognition by peers Winners of this distinction are invited to give a special Erasmus talk at the annual meeting See list of winners and what the medal looks like here The Academia s Gold Medal The Academia s Gold Medal is awarded to those non members of the Academia and to organisations in recognition of the contribution made to European science through inspiration public support management expertise or by financial means See list of awardees and what the medal looks like here The Russian Prizes The Russia Prizes annual Up to 30 young Russian scholars who show immense promise at the Post doctoral level are identified by Russian members of the Academia Euroapea The awards provide a cash prize medal and certificate and cover all discplines of

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  • Academy of Europe: Privacy Policy
    Management Sciences Law CLASS B3 Exact Sciences Mathematics Informatics Physics engineering sciences Chemical sciences Earth cosmic sciences CLASS C4 Life Sciences Biochemistry molecular biology Cell and developmental biology Physiology and neuroscience Organismic evolutionary biology Applied and translational biology Clinical and veterinary science Membership Academic Sections Becoming a Member How to Make Membership Payment Nomination and Election Process Membership Statistics Members Database of Members Detailed Presentation of Some Members Honorary Members Former Members Activities Awards and Prizes of Academia Europaea Erasmus Medal and Lecture The Burgen Scholarships The Russian Prizes The Academia s Gold Medal HERCulES Group AE Projects and Programmes European Research Policy and Science Advice Events Upcoming Events Annual Plenary Conferences Past Workshops Meetings and Conferences 2011 present 2006 2010 2001 2005 1988 2000 Barcelona Knowledge Hub Events Cardiff Knowledge Hub Events Wroclaw Knowledge Hub Events News Nominations Publications European Review The Newsletter of the Academy Press Releases and Published Opinions Forum Help Login Help FAQ Users online Recent changes Categories Home Acad Main Privacy Policy Your trail Text Formatting Rules History of AE and HQ and Awards Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category All Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More

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  • Academy of Europe: Highlights
    How to Make Membership Payment Nomination and Election Process Membership Statistics Members Database of Members Detailed Presentation of Some Members Honorary Members Former Members Activities Awards and Prizes of Academia Europaea Erasmus Medal and Lecture The Burgen Scholarships The Russian Prizes The Academia s Gold Medal HERCulES Group AE Projects and Programmes European Research Policy and Science Advice Events Upcoming Events Annual Plenary Conferences Past Workshops Meetings and Conferences 2011 present 2006 2010 2001 2005 1988 2000 Barcelona Knowledge Hub Events Cardiff Knowledge Hub Events Wroclaw Knowledge Hub Events News Nominations Publications European Review The Newsletter of the Academy Press Releases and Published Opinions Forum Help Login Help FAQ Users online Recent changes Categories Home Acad Main Highlights Your trail Text Formatting Rules Privacy Policy Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category All Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Highlights alt Academia Europaea Nobel Prize Awardees Examples of highlights of work life discipline or section in random order All contributions are welcome Pictures of some award scenes of Anne Buttimer Dialogue of AE members Cris Calude and Arto Salomaa The life of Arnold Burgen Visions of Founders of the Academia Europaea The life of Gerrit Isenberg Chatty CV of Dines Bjoerner Others on Lars Walloe Short Biography on his life in physics Jack Steinberger A glance at the professional life of Erol Gelenbe A question answer session with Pierre Braunstein Some close up information on Carl Djerassi or the Web stories Look at some 3D Ojects of Fellner s GID Research Group Learn How to bridge Britain s divide between health and wealth Some of our members are great artists like e g Woods or Vandewalle Graham Green visits Yonda leprosy settlement by Michel Lechat alt Have look

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  • Academy of Europe: Symmetry, Proportion and Seriality
    similar role in the sciences and the arts proportion and seriality Exact symmetry in some instances is too neat too boring or simply not possible yet a set of proportional relationships may be deemed crucial to a particular effect Proportion can thus be regarded as a more general framework that allows one to set items in relationships to one another with symmetry being the most perfect of these relationships The visual arts especially film and dance employ proportion and symmetry as kinetic rather than merely static modes As regards seriality it is a recursive application of symmetry and repetition but also a type of design that operates dynamically rather than statically Besides its obvious relevance to the arts in experiments in seriality in post modernist painting music and literature seriality plays a central role in mathematics and physics The high profile speakers at this conference come from a wide range of discipline and they share a commitment to cross disciplinary dialogue They will compare concepts of symmetry proportion and seriality across the humanities sciences divide they will explore the historical dimensions and changes in taste that affect the understanding of these terms and concepts they will discuss them as culture specific phenomena comparing ideas of symmetry and proportion across different global cultures finally they will explore why it is that symmetry is so important to our minds and our language indeed to the design of our bodies and brains The conference is organized into three sections each starting off with a plenary lecture and extended plenary discussions between speakers from different disciplines Speakers at this conference include scholars from the fields of musicology theoretical physics literary studies art history neuroscience and theatre and performance studies Please see the space below for the full conference programme Freiburg Foto Rebecca Davies Freiburg Registration If you would like to participate in the conference please register by 15 March 2016 Download the registration form Attention The conference fee for delegates not listed on the programme is 150 The fee can be paid in cash or by wire transfer Payment information will be made available on this website by 15 December 2015 Programme Thursday 26 May 2016 from 12 30 Registration 14 30 Conference opening President of the University Dean of the Philological Faculty and conference organisers Section I Aesthetics Symmetry Proportion Mirroring 15 00 16 15 Plenary address by Fionn Murtagh Data Science Goldsmiths University of London and University Derby and Rosapia Lauro Grotto Neuroscience University of Florence followed by discussion 16 15 16 45 Coffee break 16 45 18 45 PANEL Section I Stefan Dittmaier Theoretical Physics University of Freiburg Klaus Mecke Theoretical Physics University of Erlangen Nuremberg Hans W Hubert Art History University of Freiburg Zhang Lonqxi Sinology and Comparative Cultural Studies City University of Hong Kong Philippe Vendrix Musicology CERS Tours Vasco Zara Musicology University of Bourgogne from 19 00 Reception and buffet Friday 27 May 2016 SECTION II Symmetry Indeterminacy Chance 09 15 10 30 Plenary address by Slavko Kacunko

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  • Academy of Europe: Academia Europaea 28 th Annual Conference 2016
    Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category Acad Main Events Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Academia Europaea 28th Annual Conference 2016 Cardiff United Kingdom June 26 29 2016 The 2016 Annual conference and AGM of members will take place in Cardiff United Kingdom This event will also form the official opening event of the new Cardiff Knowledge Hub of the Academia Europaea Event site Registration Registration for the annual meeting will be open at the end of January 2016 Annual Meeting Programme Sunday 26th June 2016 13 00 15 00 Steering Group Cardiff Hub Meeting only Steering Group Members and Staff 15 15 18 00 Council Meeting only Council Members and Staff 19 00 Council and Steering Group Dinner only Council and Steering Group members and Staff Monday 27th June 2016 09 30 11 30 Board Meeting only Board Members and Staff 11 30 14 45 Annual Business Meeting only Members of Academia Europaea and Staff 12 30 13 00 Brief sandwich lunch 15 00 17 15 Opening Session 15 00 15 30 Launch of Cardiff Knowledge Hub Colin Riordan President and Vice Chancellor of Cardiff University Sierd Cloetingh MAE Member Acatech KNAW President of Academia Europaea Ole Petersen CBE MAE ML FRS Vice President of Academia Europaea Class Chair Life Sciences Academic Director of the AE Cardiff Knowledge Hub 15 30 17 15 Debate on Scientific Advice Mechanisms Sierd Cloetingh Reinhard Hüttl MAE Member Acatech President of Euro CASE Acatech Colin Riordan Robert Jan Smits The European Commission s Director General for Research Innovation Sir John Skehel MAE FRS Biological Secretary Vice President of The Royal Society Günter Stock MAE President of ALLEA Sir Mark Walport MAE FRS The UK Government s Chief Scientific Adviser Chair

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  • Academy of Europe: Central Europe and Colonialism
    discourses based on data gathered in the colonial contact zone Publications on exotic worlds circulated widely in Central Europe and inspired new conceptions of world history world literature and cosmopolitanism in conjunction with new concepts of human nature esp a division of humanity in races and ecology with wide ranging consequences for world history A closer look at the role of Central European actors in imperial domains can contradict the supposed consistency of colonial discourses Although Central Europeans in colonial territories blended into the colonial ruling class and acted in a transnational capacity as Europeans they nevertheless preserved shades of difference Focussing on these differences might put the supposed sameness of colonisers into perspective In addition their in between position brought Central Europeans into contact with both the West European imperial powers and Russia which made the Central European experiences and perspectives in many ways richer than those of the colonial powers themselves where close contacts with specific territories tended to marginalise perceptions of other parts of the world Therefore an important point to discusswould be the role Central Europe played in developing notions of globalism On the other hand large parts of Central Europe experienced a similar fate at the hand of the great powers recently from the Soviet Union as countries in Africa Asia and the Americas Just as post colonial studies examines the colonial past of these areas scholars have recently started to explore the same processes in Central Europe Finally increasingly global trade networks brought about by the expansion of European colonialism impacted on material culture whether via the importation of new commodities to Central Europe or the export of manufactured goods The conference also aims at furthering investigations in this field The themes of the conference will be covered in four panels Migrations deals with both permanent migration from Central Europe to erstwhile colonies of the West European powers and Russia and with temporary labour migration of colonial soldiers missionaries technicians colonial civil servants and in the case of Russia of convicts and political prisoners Knowledges explores the genesis of various discourses that developed in relationship with the colonial world to which actors from Central Europe made important contributions such as geography social and cultural anthropology physical anthropology Oriental studies world history and thinking on cosmopolitanism and globalism Furthermore knowledge production relating to coloniality in Central European travel writing and literature will be considered Within Perspectives insights from post colonial studies are applied to the history and culture of Central Europe with a special focus on ambiguities ensuing from complex situations of dependence and domination We invite reflection on methodologies of conceptualizing Central Europe its history self identity vis à vis Western Europe a contentious term as it is and Russia and the Soviet Union the role of nationalism in developing anti imperial counter discourses in the region and transitional states postcommunist post World War I and II as opening up revisionary insights into the past and new visions of the future Commodities examines the

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  • Academy of Europe: UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE - IMPEDING OR FACILITATING CREATIVITY
    Informatics Physics engineering sciences Chemical sciences Earth cosmic sciences CLASS C4 Life Sciences Biochemistry molecular biology Cell and developmental biology Physiology and neuroscience Organismic evolutionary biology Applied and translational biology Clinical and veterinary science Membership Academic Sections Becoming a Member How to Make Membership Payment Nomination and Election Process Membership Statistics Members Database of Members Detailed Presentation of Some Members Honorary Members Former Members Activities Awards and Prizes of Academia Europaea Erasmus Medal and Lecture The Burgen Scholarships The Russian Prizes The Academia s Gold Medal HERCulES Group AE Projects and Programmes European Research Policy and Science Advice Events Upcoming Events Annual Plenary Conferences Past Workshops Meetings and Conferences 2011 present 2006 2010 2001 2005 1988 2000 Barcelona Knowledge Hub Events Cardiff Knowledge Hub Events Wroclaw Knowledge Hub Events News Nominations Publications European Review The Newsletter of the Academy Press Releases and Published Opinions Forum Help Login Help FAQ Users online Recent changes Categories Home Acad Main Events UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE IMPEDING OR FACILITATING CREATIVITY Your trail Text Formatting Rules Central Europe and Colonialism Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category Acad Main Events Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE IMPEDING OR FACILITATING CREATIVITY Hannover September 29th 30th 2016 A symposium in cooperation with the Hercules Group of the Academia Europaea the International Centre for Higher Education Research Kasse INCHER Kassel with the generous support of the Volkswagen Foundation The relationship between governance and creativity in higher education and research is one of the biggest challenges for the present and future academic and scientific development Presently there is a lively debate about the tension between these two essential requirements of research and higher education A special focus of the present debate lies on the question which governance

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