Juliet Davies asks Member of Academia Europaea, Professor Christopher Smith, to share his most noteworthy professional experiences, to explain how his research relates to modern society and to tell us more about Sovereignty: a global perspective which is taking place in April 2019.
On Monday 24th September, more than 80 members of Academia Europaea (MAEs) gathered at the Royal Society in London to mark the Academia Europaea’s 30th anniversary.
As part of our interview series with members of Academia Europaea, Professor John Tucker, Professor of Computer Science at Swansea University, generously shares his professional highlights and talks about what being an MAE means to him.
As the second in our series of interviews with Members of Academia Europaea, Juliet Davies asks Professor John Tucker to share his professional highlights and what being an Member of Academia Europaea means to him.
AE Cardiff Knowledge Hub is pleased to welcome our new Executive Officer to the team, Juliet Davies.
Juliet joined the AE Cardiff Hub in June from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine where she was an Executive Officer for 5 years.
Sierd Cloetingh, President of Academia Europaea, and Ole H Petersen, Vice-President of Academia Europaea and director of the Cardiff Hub, have sent a letter to the Hungarian Minister of Innovation and Technology, Mr László Palkovics, in support of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA).
Professor Nicole Grobert, former Young Academy of Europe (YAE) Chair, has been appointed to the European Commission’s Group of Chief Scientific Advisors (GCSA). Nicole is a Royal Society Industry Fellow, Professor of Nanomaterials at the Department of Materials in the University of Oxford and a visiting Professor at the Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre at Toyo University, Japan.
Judith Lockett, the Hub’s Executive Officer, has retired. Judith has worked with the Hub’s Academic Director, Professor Ole Petersen, since 2010, when he was Director of Cardiff University’s School of Biosciences (2010-2015).
The American Physiological Society (APS) has announced the 2018 recipients of its distinguished lecturer awards. Professor Ole H. Petersen, MD, of Cardiff University, is the winner of the Physiology in Perspective: The Walter B. Cannon Award Lectureship.
On 6th /7th March, the Cardiff Hub hosted a major international symposium, Physiology and Pathophysiology 2018, to mark the 75th birthday of Professor Ole Petersen CBE FRS ML MAE, Vice-President of Academia Europaea. The event attracted 90 delegates from across the world, many of whom had worked with or been mentored by Professor Petersen.