Academia Europaea Knowledge Hubs#

Barcelona Knowledge Hub

Academia Europaea | Barcelona Knowledge Hub#

The Barcelona Knowledge Hub (BKH) is the branch office of Academia Europaea (AE) for the Mediterranean and Southern European region, including Turkey and Israel. The main goal of the AE-BKH is the promotion of activities of interest for the Members of AE in its area of influence, for the larger scientific community, and for the general public, with special emphasis on multi-disciplinary activities that include transversal perspectives of the natural and exact sciences, the social sciences and the humanities. The vision of the AE-BKH is to help consolidate a genuine European area of research, education and innovation.

Examples of the activities organised and/or hosted by the AE-BKH, many of which have become staples of its annual programming ever since the Hub began its operations in 2013, include: AE-BKH Women’s Week; Building Bridges, the AE Annual Conference; Disputatio of Barcelona, an international debate of academic relevance; the Barcelona Hypatia European Science Prize, in collaboration with the Barcelona City Council within the framework of its Barcelona Science Plan; the Fernando González Bernáldez Lecture and Prize, in collaboration with the Fernando González Bernáldez Foundation; the Barcelona Dialogue summer programme, in collaboration with Northeastern University; and numerous seminars, round 15 table discussions, concerts, documentary films and exhibits, etc., often in collaboration with local and/or foreign academic institutions.

The AE-BKH has an International Advisory Committee. Currently it is formed by the following persons: Enric Banda, Pedro García-Barreno, M. Dolores García Ramón, Ramon Gomis, Sergiu Hart, Yvon Le Maho, Genoveva Martí, Marc Mayer Olivé, Maria Paradiso, Regina Revilla, and Rosalia Vargas.

Partners#

The AE-BKH was created by three local partner organisations in 2012, namely: the Barcelona City Council, the Government of Catalonia (Universities and Research Secretariat) and “la Caixa” Banking Foundation. Since it started operating in 2013, the AE-BKH has hosted its activities thanks to the support of these partners.

POSTAL AND EMAIL ADDRESSES:

Carrer del Carme, 47 (IEC Building)
08001 Barcelona
Spain

barcelona@acadeuro.org
Tel. +34 932 701 727

Website: http://barcelona.acadeuro.org

PERSONNEL:

Ricard Guerrero, Academic director
rguerrero@iec.cat
rguerrero@acadeuro.org
+34-93-2701725

Kimberly Katte, Hub Manager
kkatte@iec.cat
manager@acadeuro.org
+34-93-2701727

Rubén Duro, Webmaster and Social Communication Manager
communication@acadeuro.org
+34-93-2701727



Bergen Knowledge Hub

Academia Europaea | Bergen Knowledge Hub#

The Bergen Knowledge Hub first opened its office on March 1, 2014 in the premises of Business Region Bergen. Since June 8, 2016 the University of Bergen has been hosting the Hub, which is Academia Europaea's branch in the Nordic, Baltic and Arctic regions.

The aim of the Bergen Knowledge Hub is to become a platform to develop science advice on marine, energy and environmental issues, with emphasis on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our Hub establishes activities in support of science advice, whereby independent academic insights are used to help develop policies both in Europe and in Norway.

In 2019 the Bergen Knowledge Hub appointed an Advisory Board, consisting of AE and YAE members from the Nordic and Baltic regions, and a local Steering Group, which will meet twice yearly.

OFFICE ADDRESS:

Academia Europaea Bergen Knowledge Hub
Jekteviksbakken 21, 2nd Floor
N-5006 Bergen
Norway

AEbergen@uib.no
Tel: +47 98 41 94 20

Website: https://aebergen.w.uib.no

Prof. Eystein Jansen, MAE, Academic Director
Email: Eystein.Jansen@uib.no

Kristin Bakken, Hub Manager
Email: Kristin.Bakken@uib.no

Trine Steensæth Pedersen
Email: trine.steenseth@uib.no

Nils Olav Sæverås, Comunications Adviser
Email: Nils.Severas@uib.no


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Academia Europaea | Budapest Knowledge Hub#

Academia Europaea Budapest Knowledge Hub was established on 9 December 2020.

Aiming to promote interdisciplinary scientific discourse with a regional and European focus through stimulating new links and networks of expertise in the wider Danube region, the Budapest Hub will start its operation on 1 January 2021. Based on a collaboration agreement between Academia Europaea and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences signed on 9 December 2020, the Budapest Hub will be hosted by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA), with its administration to be located at the Secretariat of MTA in Budapest.

The Budapest Hub will rely both on the community of AE members and the public association of the MTA, including members of MTA’s recently established young academy. It will be strongly committed to co-operate with the network of AE hubs across Europe, while aiming to establish collaboration with the Young Academy of Europe as well. It is going to promote in particular the involvement of young scientists and scientists from the Danube region in the design and delivery of its activities.

Address

AE Budapest Knowledge Hub
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Nádor u. 7.
H-1051 Budapest
Hungary

Professor László Lovász, Academic Director
lovasz.laszlo@titkarsag.mta.hu)

Gergely Böhm, Hub manager
bohm.gergely@titkarsag.mta.hu
+36 1 411 6209

Katalin Borvölgyi, Hub officer
borvolgyi.katalin@titkarsag.mta.hu
+36 1 411 6242



Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub

Academia Europaea | Cardiff Knowledge Hub#

The aim of the Cardiff Knowledge Hub is to signpost excellence within the region throughout Europe and create a wider collaborative western regional focus for the Academia Europaea. The main activities are to arrange meetings and workshops and assist the Academy in providing scientific advice to European Institutions. The Hub is also the administrative centre for the Life Sciences Class.

Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub
Cardiff University
CUBRIC
Maindy Road
Cathays
Cardiff
CF24 4HQ
United Kingdom

aecardiffhub@cardiff.ac.uk Tel. +44 (0)2920688249

Website: http://www.aecardiffknowledgehub.wales

Prof. Ole H. Petersen Academic Director and Vice President of Academia Europaea
petersenoh@cardiff.ac.uk

Louise Edwards Hub Manager
EdwardsL31@cardiff.ac.uk

Juliet Davies Executive Officer
DaviesJ89@cardiff.ac.uk


Academia Europaea | Munich Knowledge Hub#

Postal & visiting address:

Academia Europaea Munich Knowledge Hub
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Theresienstr. 41/III
80333 München, GERMANY

Administration#

Prof. Dr. (h c mult) Donald B. Dingwell, Academic Director dingwell@lmu.de|mailto:dingwell@lmu.de]
+49 89 2180 4250

Contact person:

Friederike Brandthaus
Email: f.brandthaus@lmu.de
+49 89 2180 4294



Academia Europaea Tbilisi Knowledge Hub

Academia Europaea | Tbilisi Knowledge Hub#

The Tbilisi Knowledge Hub was established in 2019, and acts as the Academia Europaea's branch in the Eastern partnership countries. By assisting to coordinated interactions with European universities, research centers and scientific funds, the Tbilisi Hub promotes in the region the European standards of scholarship and develops pan-European scientific collaborations. It contributes to the popularization of science and technology by organizing conferences, seminars and summer schools. Moreover, the Tbilisi Hub aims to become a platform to develop multidisciplinary scientific activities and expertise related to the biocultural - biological, cultural, linguistic, ecological - diversity in the South Caucasus, at the border of Eastern Europe with Western Asia.

Website: https://www.aetbilisihub.org

Professor David Prangishvili, Academic Director
david.prangishvili@pasteur.fr

Sofia Kobakhidze, Hub Executive Director (Manager)
sophiekobakhidze@gmail.com

Maia Matchavariani, Executive Officer
matchavarianimn@yahoo.com

Medea Abramishvili, Officer
Mediabramishvili@gmail.com





Academia Europaea - Wrocław Knowledge Hub

Academia Europaea | Wrocław Knowledge Hub#

Academia Europaea Wrocław Knowledge Hub was established on 16th of December 2011. The main aims of Academia Europaea Wrocław Knowledge Hub are: support of Central and Eastern European scholars, mobilization and internationalization of the local scientific institutions, establishment and consolidation of relations between foreign and local researchers. The Wroclaw Knowledge Hub office focuses on knowledge activities, including international events; summer schools lecture series and high-level expert panels.

Postal and visiting address:

Rynek 13
50-101 Wrocław
Poland

info@acadeuro.wroclaw.pl
Tel.: +48 71 770 20 26

Site: http://www.acadeuro.wroclaw.pl

Professor Arkadiusz Wójs, Academic Director
arkadiusz.wojs@pwr.edu.pl

Katarzyna Majkowska, Hub Officer
Contact regarding general office administration, conferences and workshops organized by
Academia Europaea Wrocław Knowledge Hub
majkowska@acadeuro.wroclaw.pl

Agnieszka Szymerowska, Hub Officer
Contact regarding general office administration, conferences and workshops organized by
Academia Europaea Wrocław Knowledge Hub
szymerowska@acadeuro.wroclaw.pl



Young Academy of Europe

Young Academy of Europe#

The Young Academy of Europe is a pan-European initiative of outstanding young scientists aiming to create a platform for networking, scientific exchange and science policy.

http://yacadeuro.org


Academia Europaea offices#

Academia Europaea Headquarters

Academia Europaea Headquarters#

Academia Europaea
Room 251
Senate House, University of London
Malet Street
London
WC1E 7HU
UNITED KINGDOM

Tel: + 44 (0) 207 862 5784
-->How to find the London office

Dr. David Coates Executive Secretary
Contact regarding policy and organisational matters.
execsec@acadeuro.org

Teresa McGovern Administrator
Contact regarding general office administration, Academia Europaea conferences and workshops.
admin@acadeuro.org

Alvin Abad Technical Staff



Academia Europaea | Graz Information Centre

Academia Europaea | Graz Information Centre#

The Graz Information Centre is located in the second largest city of Austria and was founded in 2010 with the purpose of increasing the visibility of Academia Europaea and its members. The establishment of the Centre was made possible by a joint agreement between Academia Europaea and Graz University of Technology.

The Graz Information Centre operates the official corporate website of Academia Europaea which is the main source of information about official policies statements, news, activities, events and programmes which are issued, (co-)organised, sponsored and promoted by Academia Europaea. The website also presents individual members of the Academy and their achievements. The Centre is also responsible for membership administration and the development of the support infrastructure for the nominations and elections process.

The Graz Information Centre provides a complete technical support of the AE site, including control and tests of server, backup systems, system and data security, continuous maintenance and update of the server operating system and database management system.

ISDS, Graz University of Technology
Inffeldgasse 16c
A-8010 Graz
Austria

Tel: +43 68184035078

Helmut Leitner Technical Director
Contact regarding technical issues concerning the Academia Europaea Graz Information Centre site
at http://www.ae-info.org/.
hleitner@iicm.edu

Dana Kaiser Administrator
Contact concerning contents of the Academia Europaea Graz Information Centre site
at http://www.ae-info.org/.
Contact regarding membership, changes of member contact details and nomination procedure.
office@ae-info.org

Robert Hoffmann Chief Technical Officer

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