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Ida Nicolaisen PDF Print E-mail
Dr. Ida Nicolaisen

(Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen University  Senior Research Fellow)

Dr.Ida Nicolaisen was born in Denmark, studied geography, archaeology and anthropology at Aarhus and Copenhagen Universities, got her MA degree in 1971 and was an associate professor at the latter from 1971 to 1997. She is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies and has been visiting scholar at Barnard and Hunter Colleges , New York.

Ida Nicolaisen has carried out anthropological research among a range of indigenous peoples, including pastoral Tuareg and the hunting-gathering Haddad of West Africa, and, for the past thirty-five years, among longhouse

Michael T. Clegg PDF Print E-mail
Dr. Michael T. Clegg

(University of California, Irvine Donald Bren Professor of Biological Sciences)

Dr.Clegg’s research specialty is population genetics and molecular evolution. He has published over 160 research articles and book chapters and he has coauthored or edited nine books. In molecular evolution, Clegg pioneered the use of molecular methods for the study of plant evolution, first by showing that chloroplast DNA sequences evolve slowly relative to plant nuclear genes, and then by demonstrating how maximum likelihood analyses could be used to infer plant phylogenetic relationships at deep levels of plant evolution. In population genetics, Clegg combined empirical studies with statistical and mathematical analyses to show that correlations between genes

David Pozo Pérez PDF Print E-mail
Dr. David Pozo Pérez

(Profesor Titular Bioquímicay Biología Molecular Universidad de Sevilla)

Dr.David Pozo Perez received his Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology (1998) from the University of Seville. He subsequently joined the Division of Immunology at Cambridge University (UK) as an EMBO postdoctoral fellow and Marie Curie Fellow from 2000-2003.He did a second post-doctoral stint at the Department of Immunology of Weizmann Institute of Science (2004) in Israel.

He was awarded for Recognition of Outstanding Neuropeptide Research at the joint conference between the American and European Peptide societies

David Mumford PDF Print E-mail
Prof. David Mumford

( University Professor Emeritus, Brown University )

Prof. Mumford had worked and taught at Brown and Harvard Universities during his whole career. His work has been in both pure and applied mathematics. In pure mathematics, he centered on moduli problems, the roadmaps of algebraic geometry which have found application in string theory.

In applied mathematics his concern was mathematical techniques and statistical models for perception, especially vision, and itsneurophysiological embodiment in the brain.Most recently, he has been engaged in differential

Yves Quéré PDF Print E-mail
Yves Quéré

Prof. Quéré was born in 1931 in Commercy (East of France) and studied in Paris at the Ecole nationale supérieure de smines. Then he undertook a PhD thesis under the supervision of Prof Jacques Friedel. His research was carried out first at the French Atomic Energy Agency (CEA) and then at the Ecole polytechnique (Paris) where he became Head of the Department of Physics, and President of the Senate of Professors. Elected at the Académie des sciences in 1981, he became the Foreign Secretary of the Académ-ie(1993-2003) and was elected as co-Chair of the InterAcademy Panel (IAP) which is the Assembly of science academies worldwide (2000-2006).

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