Prof. Helene de Rode, U.C.L. - Mons, Actium-Law, Liege, Belgium
|Prof. H. de Rode graduated University of Louvain, where she became professor of law in 1993 till 2003. She published numerous papers and gave invited talks in international meetings and symposia. She also practices law and is a partner of her law firm Actium-Law. She is a member of the Liege Bar Association. She oversees for the Academy programmes related to Law Sciences. Since 2009, she is professor at the UCL Mons.|
Prof. Bernard Barbara, NÉEL Institute, Grenoble, France
Bernard Barbara is Director of Research at the Néel Institute, Grenoble (CNRS). All along his career he initiated original or pioneering works on different subjects of solid state physics, including magnetism. In 2002, he won with his colleagues the “2002-Agilent Technologies Euro-Physics Prize” (the most prestigious honor given by the European Physical Society). He was elected at the European Academy of Sciences in 2003. He is co-author of almost 350 scientific papers and is very often invited to international meetings and conferences (about 100 fulfilled invitations). He is continuously requested by best scientific journals, universities, foundations, for scientific reports. He also serves as an expert to the French Ministry of Research and New Technologies.
Prof. Emmanuel Floratos, University of Athens, Greece
Prof. Emmanuel Floratos is a renowned scientist who made influential contributions to physics and mathematics. He was awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal for his contributions to physics and fundamental research in finite quantum mechanics.
Prof. Terence Langdon, School of Engineering Sciences, University of Southampton, UK | University of Southern California, USA
Professor Terence Langdon received the Blaise Pascal Medal in recognition of his outstanding achievements and pioneering research in the processing of ultrafine-grained metals by severe plastic deformation and for fundamental investigations into the properties of materials processed by equal-channel angular pressing and, more recently, high-pressure torsion. Currently, Prof. Langdon has published more than 500 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals with more than 300 different co-authors. His publications have received over 18,000 citations. In 2008 he was one of the receipients of the Blaise Pascal Medal of EURASC.