International Eurasian Academy of Sciences (IEAS) European Centre is located at the Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR), University of Helsinki. The Centre is lead by Academician Professor Markku Kulmala. IEAS-Europe represents an interdisciplinary research platform involving leading scholars from European countries. Current activities of IEAS-Europe focus on research and education in environmental sciences, but prospectively the focus area will be extended to a wide range of exact sciences and the humanities.
The IEAS-EUROPE Centre, hosted by INAR Univ.Helsinki, is in close collaboration with PEEX. The IEAS-Europe Center involves 69 actual members and goes on growing. Recently the IEAS-Europe Center has approved 5 new candidatures: Prof. Desheng Dash Wu at Stockholm Univ. / Univ. of Toronto, Prof. Jaana Bäck at INAR, Prof. Yong Xue at the Univ. of Derby, Dr. Sci. Steffen M. Noe at the Estonian Univ. of Life Sciences, Inst.of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Dr. Sci. Vladimir Kutcherov at the Royal Inst. of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm.
IEAS has established the Eurasian Journal of Digital Earth, already registered with the Federal Service for Monitoring of Compliance with Cultural Heritage Protection Law. The certificate of registration: ПИ № ФС 77-75041, 2019, February 19. Read more: http://www.ejde.org/index.php/ejde
International Eurasian Academy of Science (IEAS) organized, in collaboration with Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX), 2nd Sofia Earth Forum on 31.10–1.11 in Helsinki, Finland. The Forum concentrated on grand challenges, solutions and legitimacy. During the Forum, Professor David Gee from Upsala University, Sweden, received the IEAS Academician Diplomacy.