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  • Academy of Europe: List of Members
    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 List of Members Your trail Text Formatting Rules User Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category Acad Main List of Members Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Image Preview Search for members of the Academia Europaea List of Honorary Members List all members ordered by Country List all members ordered by Section List all members ordered by Alphabet Search Surname Country All AUSTRALIA AUSTRIA BELARUS BELGIUM BRAZIL BULGARIA CANADA CHINA CROATIA CYPRUS CZECH REPUBLIC DENMARK ESTONIA FINLAND FRANCE GEORGIA GERMANY GHANA GIBRALTAR GREECE HONG KONG HUNGARY ICELAND INDIA IRELAND ISRAEL ITALY JAPAN KENYA KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA LATVIA LITHUANIA LUXEMBOURG MONACO MONTENEGRO NEW ZEALAND NORWAY POLAND PORTUGAL ROMANIA RUSSIA SERBIA SINGAPORE SLOVAKIA SLOVENIA SOUTH AFRICA SPAIN SWEDEN SWITZERLAND THE NETHERLANDS TURKEY UKRAINE UNITED KINGDOM UNITED STATES Section All APPLIED TRANSLATIONAL BIOLOGY BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES

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  • Academy of Europe: Detailed presentation of some members
    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 Detailed presentation of some members Your trail Text Formatting Rules List of Members 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 You find here an alphabetical list of those members where we have been able to obtain considerably more than the usual skeleton of information If you don t find your name here you have not sent us much information on you yet Please do so to office ae info org If you have a good website tell us and give us permission to use parts of it on this server Samson Abramsky Kimmo Alho Sture Allèn Dines Bjørner Pierre Braunstein Manfred Broy Corrado Böhm Arnold Burgen John Butt Anne Buttimer Cris Calude Erik De Corte Donald B Dingwell Carl Djerassi Jacques Drèze Robert Edwards Erwin Engeler Erik Duval Dieter Fellner Cinzia Ferrini Erol Gelenbe

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  • Academy of Europe: Honorary Members
    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 Members Honorary Members Your trail Text Formatting Rules Detailed presentation of some members Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category Acad Main Members Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Honorary Membership of Academia Europaea The Board may subject to scrutiny and approval elect individuals to Honorary Membership of the Academia Europaea To be considered for election to this category of membership the candidate should be a person who by means other than through his own individual scholarship has made a significant contribution to the achievement of the objectives of the Academia Europaea Although Honorary members are not entitled to hold any office in the Academia or to be members of the Council such members have all the other privileges of Ordinary Members Honorary Members Olivier

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  • Academy of Europe: Former Members
    View Page Source V iew Some of our late members Anatole Abragam Per Ahlberg Géza Alfäldy Nicholas Ambraseys Severin Amelinckx Jacques Angelier Vladimir Arnold Jacques Arsac Ivan Assenmacher Ian Axford Robert Barbault John Barron Neil Bartlett Anne Barton Zoltán Báthory Bruno Battaglia Roy Becher Finn Benestad Botond Berde Dénes Berényi Asger Berthelsen Ivano Bertini Max Birnstiel Adriaan Blaauw James Black Robert Blinc Raymond Boudon Wilfried Brauer Dalibor Brozovic Walter Burkert Evgueni Burov Ian Butterworth Nicola Cabibbo Manuel Cardona Lorna Casselton Antonio Cassese Piere Chaunu Gian Paolo Chiusoli Anne Marie Christin Patrick Collinson Giacomo Corna Pellegrini John Cornforth Alan Cottrell Alan Cowey Bernard Crossland François Crouzet Michel Crozier Jean Dausset Anna Morpurgo Davies Margaret Davies Mitchell Jaco de Bakker Michel Debeauvais Christian de Duve Pierre Dejours Consuelo de la Torre Jean François Denisse Kátia de Queirós Mattoso Gilles de Van Dmitri Diakonov Carl Djerassi Roland Dobrushin László Dobszay Kenneth Dover Jon Driver Johannes Jisse Duistermaat Michael Dummett Beno Eckmann Robert Edwards Tatiana Elizarenkova Robert Ellrodt György Enyedi Vittorio Erspamer Luc Eyckmans Arturo Falaschi Robert Farr David Favrholdt Antonio Ferrer Correia John Fitzpatrick Giorgio Fiocco Shaun Fisher Philipe Flajolet Gianfranco Folena Rūsiņš Freivalds Alexander Fursenko Emilio Gabba José Mariano Gago Eduardo García de Enterria Walter Gehring Bronisław Geremek Paul Germain Vitaly L Ginzburg Gino Giugni Kristof Glamann Vitalii Goldanskii Olavi Granö Erika Greber Rainer Greger Marianne Grunberg Manago Andre Guinier Günter Haase Walther Habscheid Frank Hahn John Hale Alan Hall Peter Hall Rudolf Haller Albert H Halsey Eric Handley Jens Christian Hansen Jonathan Harvey György Hazai Seamus Heaney Theo Herrmann Friedrich Hirzebruch Gyula Horváth John House Henri Géry Hers Raymond Hoffenburg Gunnar Hoppe Lars Hörmander Andrew Huxley Ansley Iggo François Jacob Anita Jacobson Widding Jan Jansen Lisa Jardine Marc Jeannerod Louise Napier Johnson John Anthony Jolowicz Victor Kabanov Serguei Kapitza Vladimir Keilis

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  • Academy of Europe: Awards and Prizes
    Humanities 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

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  • Academy of Europe: Erasmus Medal
    In agreement with the decision of the Board ALL members of AE are eligible to nominate a candidate for the Erasmus Medal and the nominations are not restricted to members of the relevant sections i e in the case A7 A10 only and the section chairs will be asked to inform the members of their sections about the nomination The closing date for the nomination is the 15th of February 2016 Call for nominations Erasmus Medal The Erasmus Medal and accompanying Lecture is a highlight of the year of the Academia Europaea It is awarded to honour individual European scholarship and achievements over a sustained period The procedure for identifying candidates to receive the award The Council decide on the area s for the award This might be for example on a four year cycle e g humanities physical sciences social sciences biological and medical sciences A search group of appropriate section chairs will be established under the co ordination of a member of the Board of Trustees The search group will agree on a process and carry out a search for candidates The search may involve an open call for proposals a call from within the AE membership or a more restricted search Whatever the method chosen all nominations should come with a citation and suggested referees The search group create a long list of at least five candidates The Search group will then agree a short list of not less than three names and seek referees reports for these candidates The medallist is selected by a vote of the whole Council The medallist is selected at least one year before the award is actually given Being a recipient of other awards is no barrier to receiving the Erasmus medal Candidates are not limited to current members of the Academia as the award carries with it automatic membership General criteria for the award The Erasmus Medal of the Academia Europaea is awarded on the recommendation of the Council to a member or scholar who has maintained over a sustained period the highest level of international scholarship and recognition by peers The medalist is invited to give the annual Erasmus Lecture and if appropriate to receive membership In addition the search group will take into account that all purely academic nominations are supported by detailed evidence of the suitability of any candidate This includes their international standing achievements impacts in their respective field s and impact on European scholarship and the community of scholars Candidates do not already have to be elected members of the Academia Europaea as the award automatically comes with an invitation to membership Nominations for candidates who might not meet the normal Academic scholarship criteria can be considered but only where such people have also made a significant and long term impact on scholarship and learning through their personal actions or where their involvement in the European learning Sector and environments has contributed in a substantial way to the promotion of and support for research and

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  • Academy of Europe: Burgen Scholarship
    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 Activities Awards and Prizes Burgen Scholarship Your trail Text Formatting Rules Erasmus Medal Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category Acad Main Activities Awards and Prizes Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew The Academia Europaea Burgen Scholarships The Burgen Scholarships are named in honour of the founding President Professor Arnold Burgen They provide recognition to younger European scholars at the post doctoral level who are emerging talents and possible potential future leaders in their fields Recipients usually do not yet have an established position The nomination of candidates is a task that is given to the members of the Academia resident in the country that is hosting the annual meeting Up to ten scholars are identified for the award each year by the local organising group

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  • Academy of Europe: Russian Prizes
    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 Activities Awards and Prizes Russian Prizes Your trail Text Formatting Rules Burgen Scholarship Acad Main Text Formatting Rules searchbox menu Search options All Categories Distinct Category Acad Main Activities Awards and Prizes Fulltext Title Tags Recent Searches Clear More View Page Source V iew Russian Prizes Scheme The scheme was launched in 1993 for young scientists and scholars in Russia and now applies to young scholars from across the Federation Past sponsors include The International Science Foundation New York Soros Amersham International UK the Rayne Foundation London and the Danish Physical Society In previous years additional sponsors have been the Robert Koch Microbiological Society Heidelberg and Mr T Mann of Cleveland Current sponsors include MAIKINTERPERIODIKA and ROBUSBUISNESSBANK The award consists of a medal a certificate and a monetary award currently some US 1000 These prizes are given at a dedicated ceremony in Moscow Prizes

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