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  • Academy of Europe: Areas of Activity
    particles Go to Energy and Environment Go to energy and sustainability questions in particular the future role of advanced nuclear options Go to Energy economics Go to Energy High Capacity Hydrogen Storage Supercapacitors Go to Energy physics Go to energy use in buildings Go to engineering education Go to engineering Go to Engineering Go to engineering material sciences Go to engineering mechanics Go to engineering physics Go to Environmental fluid mechanics Go to Epidemiology Go to Epitiaxial Graphene Based RF Transistors Go to Equations of motion of mechanical systems Go to equilibrium statistical mechanics rigorous Go to EUV X ray spectroscopy Go to Exact solutions of hydrodynamics Go to Exotic nuclear decays Go to Experimental and theoretical research in condensed matter physics metals magnetism magnetic nanostructures spin electronics Go to experimental and theoretical studies of superfluidity superconductivity fluid dynamics and the properties of two dimensional systems Go to Experimental High Energy Physics Go to Experimental methods Go to Experimental nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics with expertise in nuclear structure and nuclear reactions Go to experimental nuclear physics Go to Experimental nuclear physics Go to experimental particle physics Go to Experimental photon statistics Go to experimental physics Go to Experimental research activities in very high energy Subnuclear Physics and in Astroparticle Physics Go to experimental soft matter physics surfactants liquid cystals polymers nanoparticles Go to Experiment design Go to Exploration and exploitation of intense laser matter interactions Go to F Fallback Disks Go to Evolution of young neutron stars fatigue Go to fatigue Go to femto and atto second technology Go to Femtoscopy particle correlations Bose Einstein correlations Go to Femtosecond laser spectroscopy Go to Few body physics Go to Few body theory Go to field theory and neural networks Go to film flows Go to finite element method Go to Finite wordlength effects in signal processing and control Go to Fish swimming Go to Flow and self excited oscillations in collapsible tubes Go to fluid dynamics Go to fluid dynamics Go to fluid dynamics in geophysics and astrophysics Go to fluid mechanics Go to Fluid mechanics Go to fluid mechanics Go to Fluid Mechanics Go to fluid mechanics Go to Fluid mechanics of buildings Go to Force control Go to Formulation of the Yang Mills theory in terms of dual gauge invariant variables Go to Foundations of quantum mechanics Go to fractal growth Go to Fractal techniques in engineering Go to fracture Go to fracture Go to Fracture mechanics Go to fracture mechanics Go to Fracture mechanics Go to fracture mechanics Go to Fragmentation comminution drilling and wear Go to fuel cell technology Go to Fullerenes Go to Functional analysis Go to functional integral methods Go to Fundamental quantum properties Go to fusion energy Go to Future integrated circuits and systems Go to G gallium nitride Go to Gamma ray spectroscopy Go to Gas flow and mixing in pulmonary airways Go to Gas phase molecular physics Go to general energy issues Go to General Relativity and Field Theory Go to general relativity Go to Geoenvironmental Engineering Go to Geographical information systems Go to Geological disposal of high level nuclear waste Go to geomagnetism Go to geophysics Go to geophysics Go to global transport processes Go to grand unification Go to granular electronic materials Go to Granular Media Go to Graphene Go to Graphics recognition Go to Gravitation and cosmology Go to gravity waves Go to Ground energy problems ground source heat Go to Group theory Go to growth and preferential attachment Go to H Hadronic physics problems studied with electrons muons pions and protons Go to Hanbury Brown Twiss effect in high energy physics pion lasers Go to Hard metals and stainless steels Go to Heavy ion collisions and phenomenology Go to Heavy Ion collisions Go to heavy ion elastic and inelastic scattering Go to Heavy ion physics Go to Heavy Ion physics Go to High energy hadron and heavy ion induced elementary particle and nuclear reactions Go to High energy heavy ion physics both theory and experiment Go to High Energy Heavy Ion Physics Go to high energy nuclear physics Go to High energy particle physics both theory and experiment Go to High energy physics Go to High energy physics Go to high energy theory Go to High performance computing Go to High power devices Go to High Power High Speed GaN AlGaN Nanotransistors Go to high power lasers Go to High precision spectroscopy of atoms and molecules Go to high pressure engineering techniques Go to High response speed servo drives Go to High Speed Computer Networks Go to High Speed Optoelectronic Devices Go to high temperature aerospace materials Go to High temperature alloys Go to high temperature superconductors Go to Historical Seismicity Go to history of physics Go to Human balancing Go to Hybrid structures Go to Hydrodynamics Go to hydrodynamics Go to hysics materials and technology of semiconductor devices Go to I Identification for robust control Go to Image analysis Go to image processing Go to Image Processing Go to Image processing Go to Industrial organization Go to Information security Go to Information Theory and Statistical Inference Go to Information theory Go to Infrared free electron lasers Go to Infra red imaging systems Go to Innovations and technology transfer to industry Go to Insect aerodynamics Go to instabilities Go to Instrumentation and measurements Go to instrumentation in particular for synchrotron radiation Go to Integrated electronic electromechanical design Go to Interacting Boson Model Go to Interaction of low energy neutrons Go to interfacial dynamics Go to Interference coloring of living organisms Go to Intermediate vector bosons the W and Z bosons Go to Intermediate vector bosons the W and Z bosons Go to Interventional magnetic resonance imaging Go to introduction of Beam Foil Auger Electron spectrometry Go to Inverse problems Go to ISOL experimental techniques Go to iso spin in heavy ion reaction Go to issipative quantum systems Go to J Jets and photons physics Go to K Knowledge based systems Go to Kondo effect and magnetoresistance in high pulsed fields Go to L Laboratory experiments in fluids Go to Laser cooling and trapping Go to Laser cooling of atoms 1985 1992 Go to Laser LED Colorimetry Go to laser physics engineering Go to Laser Physics Go to Laser physics Go to Laser physics Go to lasers and quantum electronics focusing on lasers that use optical fibers as their amplifying medium and that are entirely built with optical fibers so called fiber lasers Go to Laser spectroscopy Go to Laser velocimetry and turbulence measurement Go to Lattice gauge theory Go to Lattice properties of metals and alloys Go to life cycle management Go to life extension and revalidation Go to Light propagation in inhomogeneous materials Go to linear algebra Go to Linear and Nonlinear Analysis of Structures beams plates shells membranes cables under static and dynamic loads Go to Linear and nonlinear analysis of viscoelastic plates and membranes modeled with multi term fractional derivative models Go to linear and nonlinear system and circuit theory Go to Liquid Crystal Polymer interfaces Go to Localization of Electrons Go to Logic Design and Representations of Discrete Functions Go to Loop quantum gravity Go to Low background experiments Go to Low Dimensional Physics Go to Low dimensional structures Go to low emission combustion Go to low energy nuclear physics Go to Low energy nuclear reactions Go to low noise aircraft Go to Low temperature physics Go to low temperature physics Go to M Machine tool vibrations Go to Macro energy systems based on renewables Go to Magetic resonance imaging Go to Magnetic materials Go to Magnetic materials Go to magnetic resonance imaging Go to Magnetic resonance imaging Go to magnetospheric physics Go to Management and Economy Go to Manipulating molecules with electro magnetic fields Go to Manufacture of materials Go to Many body theory Go to Material fatigue Go to material models Go to material science Go to material science Go to Material science Go to material sciences Go to materials engineering Go to materials Go to materials science Go to Materials science Go to materials science Go to materials technology Go to Materials with Strong Electronic Correlations Go to mathematical methods of quantum theory Go to mathematical phsyics Go to mathematical physics Go to mathematical physics Go to mathematical physics Go to mathematical physics Go to Mathematical physics Go to Mathematical Physics in particular Quantum Theory and Statistical Physics Go to mathematical statistics Go to mathematical system theory and its applications Go to mathematics physics Go to matrix effects in PIXE studies Go to matter antimatter asymmetry Go to measurements of physical properties equation of state conductivity opacity stopping power light reflectivity plasma composition et cetera of strongly coupled plasmas with strong interparticle interactions Go to Mechanical and structural properties of surfaces Go to Mechanical effects and thermal conductivity of superconductors Go to mechanical engineering Go to mechanics Go to Mechanics Go to Mechanics of advanced structural materials Go to Mechanics of composite materials Go to mechanics of composites materials Go to mechanics of deformable solids and related problems of continuum mechanics Go to mechanics of materials Go to mechanics of nanocomposites Go to Mechanics of non classical deformable solids Go to Mechanics of Solids Go to Mechanisms of colour confinement Go to Medical imaging Go to medical physics Go to Mesopotamian bronze alloy Go to mesoscopic quantum physics Go to Metal composites Go to metal fatigue Go to Metallurgy Go to metallurgy Go to metallurgy material sciences Go to metallurgy process and product Go to Meteorology and physical oceanography Go to methods from general relativity Go to microfluidics Go to Microsystems Go to Microwaves Go to microwave spectroscopy Go to Millimetre waves Go to MOCVD Growth of GaN and Related Materials Go to Modelling salt and water transport across cell membranes and pumping epithelia Go to Models of quantum spacetime Go to molecular electronics Go to molecular ion beam studies Coulomb Explosion Go to molecules and clusters Go to Monte Carlo simulation of cluster models Go to Multi layered and functionally graded materials Go to Multimedia communications Go to multimedia signal processing Go to multiphase systems Go to N nanoelectronics Go to Nanomechanics Go to Nanophysics and Soft Matter Go to Nanophysics Go to Nanoplasmonics Nanoelectronics Nanophotonics Go to Nanoscience Carbon Nanotubes Graphene and Graphene Derivatives Go to nanoscience Go to Nano structured and hierarchical materials Go to Nanostructures by controlled selforganization Go to Nanostructures Go to Nanotechnology opto electronics Go to Nanotechnology Solar Blind Nitride Based UV Detectors Go to Nanotribology Superlow Friction Go to nanphysics Go to Nature of Time and Space Wormholes Quantum Foam and All That Go to neuclear physics Go to Neural Networks Go to neuro dynamics modeling for robots Go to Neutrino physics and neutrino astrophysics Go to neutrino physics Go to neutron interferometry Go to neutron optics Go to neutron physics Go to neutron physics Go to Neutron Stars Go to Structure and dynamics Evolution Superfluidity and superconductivity Accretion and accretion disks New electrical machines structures Go to New Materials with Honeycomb structures Silicene Germanene and MX2 Go to non classical problems of fracture mechanics Go to Non classical properties of light as tests of the foundations of quantum mechanics 1974 1985 Go to non destructive methods of stress determination Go to Non equilibrium Dynamics Go to nonequilibrium Go to non equilibrium statistical mechanics Go to non equilibrium statistical mechanics Go to nonequilibrium statistical physics Go to Nonlinear Circuits and Systems Go to Nonlinear circuits and systems Go to Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Go to Nonlinear Dynamics Bifurcation and Chaos Go to nonlinear dynamics Go to nonlinear dynamics Go to Nonlinear dynamics of wheels Go to Nonlinear dynamics quantum and wave dynamical chaos Go to nonlinear lattice dynamics Go to Nonlinear Magneto Optics Go to nonlinear methods support vector machines multilinear algebra for data processing and optimization techniques Go to Nonlinear Optics and Nanophotonics Go to Nonlinear optics Go to Nonlinear Optics Go to Nonlinear Optics Go to nonlinear optics Go to Nonlinear Signal Processing Go to Nonlinear vibrations Go to Nonlinear viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity Go to Nonperturbative methods in quantum field theory Go to Novel detection methods particle detectors radio detection microwave detection Go to nuclear and molecular structure Go to nuclear and particle physics Go to Nuclear astrophysics Go to Nuclear Astrophysics Go to nuclear astrophysics Go to Nuclear astrophysics Go to Nuclear astrophysics Go to Nuclear detection techniques Go to Nuclear instrumentation magnetic devices detectors diagnostics Go to Nuclear magnetic resonance Go to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Go to Nuclear methods and techniques Go to nuclear particle physics Go to nuclear physic Go to Nuclear Physics and applications Go to nuclear physics Go to Nuclear physics Go to Nuclear Physics Go to Nuclear physics Go to Nuclear physics Go to Nuclear Physics Go to Nuclear physics Go to nuclear physics Go to Nuclear physics Go to Nuclear physics Go to nuclear physics parity violation proton polarized beams Go to nuclear reactions and accelerator technology Go to Nuclear reactions direct transfer reactions elastic and inelastic scattering charge exchange reactions Go to Nuclear reactions knock out reactions Coulomb excitation Go to Nuclear reactions with light and heavy ions Go to nuclear spectroscopy Go to nuclear spectroscopy Go to Nuclear structure and electromagnetic interactions Go to Nuclear structure and reactions Go to Nuclear structure Go to Nuclear structure Go to Nuclear structure Go to Nuclear structure single particle and collective modes of excitation isobaric analog states exotic nuclei Go to nuclear structure theory Go to nuclear theoretical physics Go to nucleus research Go to Numerical approach to the diffusion of electrons and photons Go to Numerical methods Go to Numerical modelling and simulation of THMC behaviour of soils and rocks Go to numerical non linear analysis for engineering structures Go to Numerical solution of ordinary and partial fractional differential equations Application to engineering problems Go to O oil and gas processing Go to on line diagnostical methods Go to Optical communications Go to Optical investigation of non equilibrium many body phenomena Go to Optical Lattices Go to optical pumping Go to Optics Go to optics thin metal layers Go to optic ultrashort phenomena Go to optimum weight constructions Go to Optoelectronics Go to Opto magnetism Go to Origin of the masses of particles Go to Orthopaedics clinical studies Go to P Pair production in strong fields applications to high intensity lasers Go to Parametric excitation of delayed mechanical systems Go to Particle accelerators Go to particle physics at the 440 Mev synchrocyclotron Go to particle physics Go to particle physics Go to Particle physics Go to Particle production in intense fields Go to particle track production mechanisms Go to pattern formation computer and laboratory experiments Go to Pattern recognition Go to patterns and defects Go to percolation theory Go to Peristaltic pumping in the ureter Go to Perturbative QCD Go to phase transformations in steels Go to Phase transitions and critical phenomena Go to Phenomenology Go to Phenomenology of high energy nuclear collisions Go to photoionisation of atoms Go to Photon correlation spectroscopy Go to Photon counting avalanche photo diodes Go to Photonic Metamaterials Left Handed Materials Photonic Crystals Go to physical biology Go to Physical chemistry Go to Physical Electronics Go to physical metallurgy Go to Physical processes in aquatic systems Go to physical properties of hot dense matter at megabar pressure range Go to Physics and engineering section Go to Physics and mathematics of complex networks Go to Physics and society Go to Physics beyond the Standard Model Go to Physics Condensed matter physics Go to physics electrical engineering Go to physics engineering Go to physics engineering sciences Go to physics engineering sciences Go to physics Go to Physics Go to Physics Go to Physics Go to Physics Go to Physics Go to Physics Go to Physics Go to physics Go to physics of black holes Go to Physics of disorder with ultracold atoms Go to Physics of Extensive Air Showers Go to physics of semiconductors Go to Physics of semiconductors Go to physics of strong interaction Go to physics optics Go to Piezonuclear reactions Go to planetology Go to plasma physics and electron optics Go to plasma physics Go to Plasma Physics Go to plasticity Go to Plates with variable thickness plates on elastic foundation plates reinforced with beams Go to Politics Go to polymerisation Go to Polymer materials and systems Go to polymer physical chemistry Go to position astronomy and new time standards based on atomic clocks Go to Powder metallurgy Go to Powder technology Go to Power conditioning systems for fuel cells applications Go to Power electronics conversion Go to power plant materials Go to Precision femtosecond spectroscopy Go to principles of phase diagrams Go to Problems of energy and climate politics Go to Processes and nonlinear equations Go to process safety technology Go to Process technology Go to Production engineering Go to Propagation Go to properties of elementary particles Go to Properties of extremely unstable nuclei nucleon halos Go to Properties of strongly interacting matter Go to Pulsars Go to Timing and glitches Evolution of millisecond pulsars Pulsed power RF Go to Q Quantitative Non Destructive Evaluation Go to Quantization of constrained systems Go to Quantized Electric and Heat Conductance Go to quantum beat studies Go to quantum chaos etc Go to Quantum Chromodynamics Go to quantum collision theory Go to Quantum communications Go to Quantum computing Go to quantum electronics Go to quantum electronics Go to quantum electronics Go to Quantum field theory and cosmology especially symmetry breaking and topological defects Go to Quantum field theory and its application to elementary particles Go to Quantum field theory at finite temperature Go to Quantum fluids and solids Go to quantum gravity Go to Quantum gravity Go to Quantum information Go to quantum information processing Go to Quantum information science Go to Quantum information theory and computer science Go to Quantum many body theory Go to Quantum mechanics Go to quantum mechanics on graphs and surfaces Go to Quantum Monte

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  • Academy of Europe: Physics engineering sciences
    History and archaeology Classics and oriental studies Linguistic studies Literary and theatrical studies Musicology and history of art and architecture Philosophy theology and religious studies Film media and visual studies CLASS A2 Social and Related Sciences Behavioural sciences Social sciences Economics Business and 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

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  • Austria-Forum: Bilder
    history of art and architecture Philosophy theology and religious studies Film media and visual studies CLASS A2 Social and Related Sciences Behavioural sciences Social sciences Economics Business and 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 Sections Chemical sciences Your trail Physics engineering

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  • Academy of Europe: Herve This lecture
    we learned to eat is good and to fear new food And our human brain instead of making us rejects novel food as non human primates would do leads us to negate new dishes and to legitimate old ones even when the virtues of the old stuff are not demonstrated the worst justification being that these food are safe because they are old bad argument smoked products were appreciated but epidemiologists see clearly their danger today through the high incidence of cancers of the digestive tractus in populations of the North of Europe who consume a lot of smoked products However our bad faith based on food neophobia is not a reason for not considering the interest of note by note cuisine Why should we drop traditional cuisine and adopt note by note cuisine Indeed the alternative is not compulsory as for molecular cuisine we could keep traditional cuisine and add note by note cuisine Or produce hybrids The technical issue The first question to ask here is to know the nature of compounds that we shall use The culinary world is already very pure compounds such as wateres sodium chloride sucrose gelatine The public often ignores that these compounds were prepared by the industry through various extraction processes purifications various technological modifications for example anti aggregation compounds are added to sucrose Many other compounds could be prepared in the same way such as saccharides amino acids glycerides in particular because the food industry already prepares them for formulation For example the industry of food additives produces pigments vitamins preservative agents gelling or thickening Certainly additives are not regulated as food ingredients but could not they be in the future On the other hand the question of purity of compounds invites to make the same as for music that is to say to enlarge the list of usable compounds with simple mixtures what the industry already makes from products based on the cracking of milk or grain Gelatine for example is not pure in the meaning as being made of molecules of only one kind because there is a stronge molecular weight dispersion of the polypeptidic chains due to the particular extraction performed to make it Also starch is not pure as it is made of two main compounds which are amylose and amylopectin we should say amyloses and amylopectines because here again there is no homogenity In passing let us not forget that as starch comes in this way in the list of compounds that one can use for note by note cuisine most techniques of pastry can bes used for making note by note cuisine Let us come back to the question of cracking plant or animal tissues which is indeed preparing fractions From grain the industry extracts polysaccharides proteins amino acids surfactants From milk the industry recovers amino acids peptides proteins glycerides Could not we do the same from plant or animal tissues Could not we using the same kind of processes such as reverse osmosis vacuum distillation etc prepare quite pure fractions in order to do note by note cuisine Many technology groups study this questions and colleagues at the Montpellier INRA Centre for example devised a technique based on reverse osmosis in order to recover the total phenolics fraction from grape juice We can add at this point that this fraction is very different depending on the raw material grape juice from Syrah or from Grenache or Pinot for example the diversity of the initial products is not erased by the fractionation process so that cooks should be happy to play with the terroir The issue of ingredients having been discussed we now have to consider assembling them into dishes Now we should not forget that today s food are material systems of colloidal nature with often a large proportion of water in them Many organic compounds are poorly soluble in water and emulsification is obviously a very important process in note by note cuisine It is not the only one all dispersion techniques will be useful During this assembly the various biological properties of food will have to be considered of course the nutritional content is important but it would be a mistake to forget that food has to stimulate the various sensory receptors vision odor taste trigeminal system temperature Many questions are open now For example as we know how to determine the light absorption spectrum of a mixture of compounds in a mixture if we know the individual absorption spectrum of each compound we cannot predict the color of the mixture Also when one mixes odorant compounds in proportions near the perception threshold unpredictable odors are obtained Worst the mixture of only two odorant compounds is not a solved issue do they make a chord or a fusion For tastes the question is even more serious because we ignore their receptors and their substrates and it was discovered recently less than ten years ago that the tongue also include receptors for fatty acids with long unsaturated chain This means that other important discoveries can be made In the meantime one can use citric malic tartaric acetic ascorbic or lactic acids Or saccharides such as glucose fructose lactose etc and not only the old sucrose For trigeminal effects some fresh or pungent compounds are known such as eugenol in cloves menthol one of its enantiomers only capsaicin for chilli piperin for pepper ethanol sodium bicarbonate and many others From the consistency point of view again technological work can be done because making colloidal materials remains not studied enough Making simple emulsions is sometimes considered difficult but more geneally one should not consider that texturization of formulated products is a solved issue even if we now have surimis and analogous systems Who will succeed making the consistency of a green apple Or a pear Of a strawberry Non only the question of laboratory prototypes is not solved but also the question of mass production is not considered and this is why fruit companies providing

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  • Academy of Europe: Gladden Lynn
    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 User Gladden Lynn Your trail Text Formatting Rules Chemical sciences Herve This lecture Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category User Gladden Lynn Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Image Preview Lynn F Gladden Email gladden at ceb cam ac uk Membership Number 2832 Membership type ORDINARY Main Country of Residence UNITED KINGDOM Section CHEMICAL SCIENCES Username lgladden Homepage http www ceb cam ac uk people php action view id 2 Present and Previous Positions 2010 present Pro Vice Chancellor for Research University of Cambridge 2008 present Head of Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology University of Cambridge 2006 2008 Head of Department of Chemical Engineering University of Cambridge 1999 present Professor Department of Chemical Engineering University of Cambridge 1995 1999 Reader Department of Chemical Engineering University of Cambridge 1991 1995 Lecturer Department of Chemical Engineering University

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  • Academy of Europe: André Jean-Marie
    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 User André Jean Marie Your trail Text Formatting Rules Gladden Lynn Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category User André Jean Marie Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Image Preview Jean Marie André Email jean marie andre at fundp ac be Membership Number 2609 Membership type ORDINARY Main Country of Residence BELGIUM Section CHEMICAL SCIENCES Username jandre Homepage http www academieroyale be n58 Jean Marie André http www iaqms org members IAQMS member Andre html Present and Previous Positions 1974 Full Professor Chemistry Department Univ Namur Belgium 1971 Lecturer Chemistry Department Univ Namur Belgium 1968 Ph D Science Univ Louvain Belgium Fields of Scholarship Methodological research on the electronic properties of polymers and development of computer programmes POLYMOL PLH VEH for calculating band structure and properties of polymers Role of long range electrostatic interactions and analysis of the interplay between electronic de localisation exchange effects size of energy bands and the importance of electronic correlations Development of original methodologies to determine the asymptotic electronic and vibrational hyper polarizabilities of the infinite polymer chains Theoretical interpretation of X Ray ESCA or UV induced photoelectron spectra of polymers and their use for the explanation of substitution conformation and disorder effects Theoretical design of highly conducting organic polymers and molecular engineering

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  • Academy of Europe: Claver Carmen
    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 User Claver Carmen Your trail Text Formatting Rules André Jean Marie Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category User Claver Carmen Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Image Preview Carmen Claver Email carmen claver at urv cat Membership Number 3328 Membership type ORDINARY Main Country of Residence SPAIN Section CHEMICAL SCIENCES Username cclaver Homepage http www quimica urv es w3qi cathomo http www cclavergroup org Present and Previous Positions 09 1991 present Professor of Inorganic Chemistry University Rovira i Virgili 01 2009 01 2011 Chair of Excellence Pierre Fermat for 6 months in ENSIACET INP CNRS Toulouse France 04 1998 07 1998 Visiting Professor at Chapel Hill University of North Caroline 10 1985 10 1985 Post doctoral fellowship ENSC Toulouse 10 1978 12 1991 Senior Lecturer University of Barcelona Faculty of Chemistry in Tarragona 10 1975 09 1978 Assistant Lecturer Inorganic Chemistry University of Zaragoza Fields of Scholarship Organometallic Chemistry Synthesis and reactivity Design and preparation of modular ligands in particular chiral

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