Anet Režek Jambrak is a Professor at the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology of the University of Zagreb. She has been serving as a scientific advisor in food engineering (biotechnical sciences) since 2018.
Antonio Loprieno is President of the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities ALLEA, an association of more than 50 academies in over 40 countries, and of Jacobs University Bremen. He chairs the Austrian Science Board.
Professor Ash Amin is 1931 Chair in Geography and Fellow of Christ’s College at the University of Cambridge. He is known for his work on the geographies of modern living: cities and regions as relationally constituted; globalisation as everyday process; the economy as cultural entity; race and multiculture as a hybrid of biopolitics and vernacular practices.
Member of Global Young Academy, University of Novi Sad
Ivana Gadjanski PhD is Research Associate Professor and Assistant Director for Science at BioSense Institute, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. She graduated from the Faculty of Biology, University of Belgrade as the 1st in the class (2003).
Royal Society of Edinburgh, Centre for Social and Economic Research on Innovation in Genomics, University of Edinburgh
Joyce Tait, Co-Director, Innogen Institute, University of Edinburgh also holds an appointment at the Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security. She has an interdisciplinary background linking natural and social sciences to support the delivery of innovative technologies with economic and societal benefits.
As Co-Chair of the Global Young Academy, Koen Vermeir strives for a more inclusive science ecosystem and aims to empower young scientists globally. He is active in the science-policy nexus, working as an expert or advisor with the European Commission, the USA National Academy of Sciences, the G7 Academies, the United Nations and other national and international organizations.
Professor Mauro Ferrari trained in mathematics, engineering, and medicine. He served in faculty positions and executive leadership roles in these fields at the University of Udine, the University of California, Berkeley, the Ohio State University, the National Cancer Institute of the United States, the University of Texas Medical School and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the Houston Methodist Hospital, and the University of St Thomas.
Richard Catlow is developing and applying computer models to solid state and materials chemistry — areas of chemistry that investigate the synthesis, structure and properties of materials in the solid phase. By combining his powerful computational methods with experiments, Richard has made considerable contributions to areas as diverse as catalysis and mineralogy.
Ulrike Tillmann is a mathematician who has worked in topology, K-theory, and non-commutative geometry. Her work on the moduli spaces of Riemann surfaces and manifolds of higher dimensions has been inspired by problems in quantum physics and string theory.