European Academy of Sciences
Last News

16/04/2021 -
PASSING of Professor Michael Alania

The European Academy of Sciences communicates to all our fellows and followers that Professor Michael Alania from the physics division, living in Poland, passed away last May 18, 2020. In the name of the European Academy of Sciences we would like to send our deepest respect and condolences to his family and colleagues.

Rodrigo Martins,

The President 

07/04/2021 -
Prize Ceremony 2021

Prize Ceremony will be held online

New date: 21st May 2021

We are honoured to announce that Springer Nature, through Discover Materials journal, supports this event.

Note on their website 

Due to the COVID-19 situation, it has been decided that the annual event would be online.

 

14:00

Opening speech by our President, Prof. Rodrigo Martins 

14:10

Leonardo da Vinci award 2021
Prof. Helmut Schwarz, University of Berlin
“On Basic Research – Our Most Precious Public Good”

CV presenter done by Professor Pierre Braunstein

14:40

Blaise Pascal Medal 2021 in Mathematics
Professor Maria J. Esteban, CNRS
“Mathematics and its service to our societies”

Presentation by the Head of the Mathematics Division, Prof. José Carrillo

15:10

Blaise Pascal Medal 2021 in Physics
Professor Karl Leo, University of Dresden
“Organic Semiconductors: from a lab curiosity to mass application”

Presentation by the Head of the Physics Division, Prof. Paul Lecocq

15:40 - 15:50

Break

15:50

Blaise Pascal Medal 2021 in Chemistry
Prof. Clément Sanchez, Collège de France
"Integrative chemistry: towards advanced functional hybrid materials"

Presentation by the Head of the Chemistry Division, Prof. Pierre Braunstein

16:20

Blaise Pascal Medal 2021 in Engineering
Professor Isaac Elishakoff, Florida Atlantic University
“Uncertainty Modelling in Engineering Over Centuries: From Blaise Pascal and Pierre Fermat to Present”

Presentation by the Head of the Engineering Division, Prof. Alberto Carpinteri

16:50

Blaise Pascal Medal 2021 in Materials Science
Professor Andrea Ferrari, University of Cambridge
"A Journey Through Carbons: From fundamentals to applications”

Presentation by the Head of the Materials Science Division, Prof. Federico Rosei

17:20

Presentation of the new Fellows of the Academy

17:40

Closure of the Prize Ceremony

   
01/04/2021 -
Annoucement: Prize ceremony postponed

ATTENTION

Because of drastic sanitary reasons occurring now in Europe, the L. da Vinci and B. Pascal Prizes ceremony + the delivery of EurASc diploma to new members will be dissociated from the scientific Symposium on the role of micro- and nano-technologies for medicine and life  sciences that will take place on April 14th 2021.

The Prize Ceremony will take place in the second half of May 2021. You will be later informed of the new date.

New Members
Dorte Krause-Jensen
Earth and Environmental Sciences Division
Aarhus University
Helmut Schwarz
Chemistry Division
Technische Universität Berlin
Nuno Maulide
Chemistry Division
University of Vienna - Faculty of Chemistry
Guest Members
Julian Revalski
Mathematics Division
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Honorary Members
Wendelin Werner
Mathematics Division
Departement of Mathematics, ETH Zürich
Reinhard Genzel
Physics Division
Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
Martin Hairer
Mathematics Division
Imperial College London