The European Academy of Sciences and Arts is a non-governmental, European association committed to promoting scientific and societal progress. Founded in 1990 as a learned society, our members are leading scientists, artists, and practitioners of governance, who are dedicated to innovative research, interdisciplinary and transnational collaboration as well as the exchange and dissemination of knowledge.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2021 was awarded to three scientists. Klaus Hasselmann, member of the EASA since 2004, meteorologist at the... ...
After postal voting of all members, the new Presidium of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts started the term of office 2020-2024 on 24 November 2020 ...
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020 was awarded to the biochemist and microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier ...
On 2 July 2022 the Plenary Session of the Academy took place again. President Klaus Mainzer welcomed the guests to the festivities in the Great Festival Hall of the University of Salzburg. ...
The new journal of EASA introduces itself: www.peasa.eu
ELECTION OF MEMBERS
A proposal for a new member can only be submitted by an existing member of the Academy, i.e. you cannot nominate yourself...
A Marian Peace for our Shared Future
Place: ACU Rome Campus
Date: 05.10.22 - 06.10.2022
Time: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Reinventing Higher Education Quality Assurance for our time-no stone left unturned
Place: University of Malta/Aula Magna
Date: 18.10.22 - 19.10.2022
Place: Hotel Tomaszowice Manor/Hybrid-conference
Date: 19.10.22 - 22.10.2022
Time: to be announced