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TÜBA Associate Member Assoc. Prof. Demirköz Selected as Member of GYA
Tarih: 06 ŞUBAT 2017 Okunma Sayısı: 2982
TÜBA Associate Member Assoc. Prof. Melahat Bilge Demirköz was selected as a member of Global Young Academy (GYA) on February 8, 2017 as a result of evaluation among many qualified scientists.
Demirköz, who was chosen for academic excellence, contributing to the development of science and collecting, dedication to service to humanity, was also invited to the GYA Conference and Annual General Meeting to be held in Aviemore, Scotland, from May 15-19, 2017.
The Global Young Academy was founded in 2010 with the vision of becoming the voice of young scientists all over the world in February 2010 with the support of the Inter Academy Panel (IAP). The Global Youth Academy, a scientific leadership academy with world-class collaborations and highly-equipped members that can offer significant contributions to the world today and in the future, offers outstanding young scientists from around the world a suitable platform to address issues of global importance. In addition, the Academy, with its international collaborations and projects, keeps the problems of young scientists from all over the world and proposes solutions, and there are 200 members from 58 countries. Global Young Academy is open to all researchers under the age of 40, studying on natural sciences, medicine, engineering, social sciences, literature and humanities etc.