Prof. Cuniberti formal appointment as a member of the Academia Europaea
Oct. 26, 2022

Founded in 1988, on the initiative of the United Kingdom Royal Society and other national academies in Europe, Academia Europaea comprised approximately 3,900 members from the Council of European states and other nations across the world and is an organization of eminent, individual scientists and scholars who cover the full range of academic disciplines.

During its 2022 Ceremony of Awards, held on October 26 in Barcelona, Professor Cuniberti received this honor as 2021 member elected. One year after his election due to absence of presence meetings during the CoViD pandemics. The academy organizes meetings and workshops, provides scientific and scholarly advice, and publishes the international journal European Review.

“I am both honored and humbled to join this distinguished group of leading scientists and scholars around the world who are members of Academia Europaea,” said Cuniberti. “I look forward to collaborating with my colleagues in the academy and contributing to the European interest in national research agencies.”

Cuniberti's current research emphasis is data-driven circular materials discovery, and digital olfaction. He has been a principal investigator or co-principal investigator of several multi-year, multi-million Euro private, state, and federal projects.

“Professor Cuniberti's successful appointment as a member of Academia Europaea, which has a very competitive membership election process, is a testament to his many skills and talents, his innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, and his numerous scientific and academic accomplishments,” said Michael Beckmann, dean of TU Dresden Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering. “We could not be more proud of professor Cuniberti and we are delighted that TU Dresden is represented in this most distinguished academy of scientists and scholars around the world.”

Professor Cuniberti is internationally recognized in more than 400 scientific journal papers to date. He initiated and organized numerous workshops, schools, and conferences and took part in international research training networks, offering extensive opportunities for young scientists. He has given plenary and invited talks at numerous international meetings. He is an associate editor at Nanoscale and Nanoscale Advances. He also has served as a consultant to various research centers and universities and contributed to technology transfer with a number of spinoff companies, a few of them with already successful exits.




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Prof. Cuniberti formal appointment as a member of the Academia Europaea
Oct. 26, 2022

Founded in 1988, on the initiative of the United Kingdom Royal Society and other national academies in Europe, Academia Europaea comprised approximately 3,900 members from the Council of European states and other nations across the world and is an organization of eminent, individual scientists and scholars who cover the full range of academic disciplines.

During its 2022 Ceremony of Awards, held on October 26 in Barcelona, Professor Cuniberti received this honor as 2021 member elected. One year after his election due to absence of presence meetings during the CoViD pandemics. The academy organizes meetings and workshops, provides scientific and scholarly advice, and publishes the international journal European Review.

“I am both honored and humbled to join this distinguished group of leading scientists and scholars around the world who are members of Academia Europaea,” said Cuniberti. “I look forward to collaborating with my colleagues in the academy and contributing to the European interest in national research agencies.”

Cuniberti's current research emphasis is data-driven circular materials discovery, and digital olfaction. He has been a principal investigator or co-principal investigator of several multi-year, multi-million Euro private, state, and federal projects.

“Professor Cuniberti's successful appointment as a member of Academia Europaea, which has a very competitive membership election process, is a testament to his many skills and talents, his innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, and his numerous scientific and academic accomplishments,” said Michael Beckmann, dean of TU Dresden Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering. “We could not be more proud of professor Cuniberti and we are delighted that TU Dresden is represented in this most distinguished academy of scientists and scholars around the world.”

Professor Cuniberti is internationally recognized in more than 400 scientific journal papers to date. He initiated and organized numerous workshops, schools, and conferences and took part in international research training networks, offering extensive opportunities for young scientists. He has given plenary and invited talks at numerous international meetings. He is an associate editor at Nanoscale and Nanoscale Advances. He also has served as a consultant to various research centers and universities and contributed to technology transfer with a number of spinoff companies, a few of them with already successful exits.




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