The Council is EASAC's full assembly and governing body. It is composed of 30 highly experienced scientists - one representative from each member academy.
Council meets every 6 months and is usually hosted by the National Science Academy of the EU Member State which is in line to take over the EU Presidency two months later.
Council sets EASAC's direction, agrees the initiation of projects, monitors their progress and reviews and approves reports for publication. EASAC works on the assumption that Council members closely consult with their nominating academies.
Apart from the National Science Academies of the EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland, Academia Europaea (a pan-European Academy) and ALLEA (the federation of all academies in geographical Europe) are also represented in EASAC Council.
FEAM, the Federation of European Academies of Medicine, has Observer status in Council.
EASAC Council Members
|Professor Wolfgang Baumjohann||Space Research||The Austrian Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Freddy Dumortier||Mathematics and Statistics||The Royal Academies for Science and the Arts of Belgium|
|Professor Julian Revalski||Mathematics||The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Ivo Slaus||Physics||The Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts|
|Professor Costas N. Papanicolas||Solar and Particle Physics||The Cyprus Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts|
|Dr Hana Sychrova||Physiologoy||The Czech Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Michael Broberg Palmgren||Molecular and Plant Biology||The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Jaak Järv||Organic Chemistry||The Estonian Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Mats Gyllenberg||Mathematics||Council of Finnish Academies|
|Professor Olivier Pironneau||Mathematics||The Academie des Sciences|
|Professor Volker ter Meulen||Immunology||The German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina|
|Professor Loucas G. Christophorou||Physics||The Academy of Athens|
|Professor György Kosztolányi||Medical Genetics||The Hungarian Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Brian Norton||Physics and Engineering||The Royal Irish Academy|
|Professor Bruno Carli||Physics||The Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei|
|Professor Ojars Sparitis||Arts||The Latvian Academy of Sciences|
Professor Jūras Banys
|Physics||The Lithuanian Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Wim van Saarloos||Physics||The Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Arts|
|Professor Lise Ovreas||Microbial Ecology||The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters|
|Professor Romuald Zabielski||Veterinary Medicine||The Polish Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Maria Salome Soares Pais||Molecular Biology||The Academy of Sciences of Lisbon|
|Professor Bogdan Simionescu|
|The Romanian Academy|
|Dr Mária Omastová|
|The Slovak Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Andrej Kranjc||Geographical Sciences||The Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts|
|Professor David Rios||Mathematics||The Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Christina Moberg||Organic Chemistry||The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences|
|Professor Irmi Seidl||Economy||Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences|
|Professor Richard Catlow||Chemistry||The Royal Society|
|Professor Donald B. Dingwell||Geology||Academia Europaea|
|Professor Antonio Loprieno||Egyptology||ALLEA (All European Academies)|