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The European Academy of Sciences (EAS) is an international Association with scientific aim. This Association is a non profit non-governmental independent organization with for main objectives the promotion of scientific European research. EAS is registered and operates under rules and regulations of the Kingdom of Belgium. EAS was founded on April 28, 2003. Statutes were approved by Royal Decree of the King of Belgium of December 17, 2003. EAS is a very young Association which fully started its activities in 2004. The registered office is established in Belgium, in the legal district of Liège. President: Professor Hélène de Rode Around 650 members Website: http://www.eurasc.org
Our Association is represented in the whole world ( 58 countries) Argentina Armenia Australia Azerbaijan Bielorussia Belgium Bolivia Brazil Austria Bosnia France Costa Rica Estonia Bulgaria Canada China Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland Germany Greece Hungary Italy Japan Georgia India Israel Kuwait Honk Kong Latvia Malaysia Mexico Netherlands Norway Philipines New Zeland Nigeria Pakistan Poland Singapore Slovakia South Africa Spain Romania Slovenia Sweden Russia Sinica Switzerland Turquey Yougoslavia Vietnam Ukraine Venezuela U.S.A. U.K. Uzbekistan
Breakdown of the members by countries European Union Non E.U. Asia Africa and Oceania America
Objectives • Promotion of fundamental research and excellence in science and technology; • Development of efficient collaboration among scientists and public authorities • world -wide; • Promotion of interaction between basic and applied research; • Contribution towards the development of international policies in science and technology; • Promotion of peace and prosperity by fostering wide international scientific and technological collaboration without distinction of race, gender, language or religion.
Activities The Academy disseminates knowledge and technologies via publications, international meetings and workshops, teleconferences, etc… The Academy rewards excellence in science and technology by electing to its Fellowship and Honorary Membership and by awarding the Academy’s Blaise Pascal medals the brightest scientists who perform outstanding research.
Divisions • Biology and Life Sciences • Chemistry • Physics • Earth Sciences • Mathematics and Computer Sciences • Engineering and Material Sciences • Social Sciences
Presidium Editorial Board Academic Council Scientific Committee Executive Committee Organisation
Role of the Committees • The Presidium and the Executive Committee • include the President and the Vice-President/Treasurer • governing and managing bodies • develop the policy of the Academy • The Academic Council • Composition : • - the Heads of Divisions + 1 member of the Executive Committee • Role : • - proposes activities for each of the 7 Divisions • - develops the objectives of the Academy • The Scientific Committee • acts on its own initiative or on Executive Committee’s request • advises the Executive Committee on Scientific matters • evaluates the scientific relevance of projects • proposes to the Executive Committee scientific activities • identifies research priorities • helps in the organization of international research networks • The Editorial Board • advises on editorial activities • helps in the organization of activities • oversees the Annals and other Academy publications
Invitation to publish All speakers of this workshop are invited to submit an article of their presentation to EAS to be published, print and online in the Annals 2007. Edition: « Annals - The European Academy of Sciences » (abbreviation: « Ann. - Eur. Acad. Sci.) Publisher: Liège : EAS Publishing House ISSN : 1784-0686 Instructions to authors can be found by clicking on « Annals » in the website of EAS: http://www.eurasc.org Electronic contributions should be sent to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org