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Wrocław Knowledge Hub

Academia Europaea`s office for the Central and East European region aims at supporting scholars, establishing and consolidating relations between foreign and local researchers as well as mobilizing and internationalizing local scientific institutions.

Academia Europaea

International, nongovernmental association of individual scientists and scholars from all disciplines, who are experts and leaders in their own subject areas as recognised by their peers.


One of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland, a thriving cosmopolitan metropolis and a centre of innovation. With its rich history, Wrocław is a place where the tradition and experience intertwines with the vibrancy of dynamic business centres.


Our members are scientists and scholars who collectively aim to promote learning, education and research. The Academia’s current membership is 3500 and it is open to the best scientists and scholars from anywhere.
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Section Meeting

03 Sep 2018

History & Archaeology Section Meeting



14 Nov 2018

Towards development of the mediatization research II



Relocating Central Europe in Early Modern and Modern Communication Networks


Regimes of Memory



14th International Conference on Grammatical Inference

Organizers of 14th International Conference on Grammatical Inference invite all interested scholars to take part in the event, to be held on September 5 – 7, 2018 at the University of Science and Technology.

European Identity: An antidote to the crisis of the European Union?

The lecture of Prof. Ireneusz Paweł Karolewski, Chair of Political Science, Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław – Europe Day 2017

The Mayor of Wrocław awarded with the German National Prize 2017

Rafał Dutkiewicz, the Mayor of Wrocław has been awarded with the German National Prize 2017 by the German National Foundation. On 3 June 2017 the official award ceremony will take place in Berlin.



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"Regional Knowledge Hubs of Academia Europaea"
Sierd Cloetingh, President of Academia Europaea
"The Regional Knowledge Hubs develop their own strong programmes of activity and individual profiles. Each hub has its own website and all members receive regular individual electronic newsletters from the hubs. Please do contact them for help with any events or activity relevant to their regional missions. The Wroclaw hub of Academia Europaea has been instrumental in organizing events to foster widening European participation, in many cases in close cooperation with the Young Academy of Europe and the ERC."
"The collaboration of Academia Europaea with other Academy organisations in Europe is gathering pace and strength."
Sierd Cloetingh, President of Academia Europaea
"The consortium [of AE, ALLEA, EASAC, FEAM and Euro-CASE] is finalising its proposal for the European Commission. This level of integrated co-operation is a new development for European Academies and will have a significant impact on the members of the AE, as we start to ask for your help as experts on advice panels. I can also report, that we have already established a close working relationship with ALLEA (the Federation of All European Academies) and we will jointly run our annual meeting in 2017 in Budapest, followed by Sophia in 2018."
"Widening European Participation in all sectors of the European research landscape is obviously of prime concern to Academia Europaea as a pan-European academy."
Sierd Cloetingh, President of Academia Europaea
"We share this priority with the Young Academy of Europe, with COST and with the European Research Council (ERC) where our Board member Professor Eva Kondorosi is serving as the Chair of the ERC working group on Widening European Participation in the ERC. As a result of the efforts of this working group up till now 6 EU13 member states have agreed to allocate national funding for ERC Visiting Research Fellowships. This scheme will enable researchers from these countries to spend up till 6 months for conducting research in an ERC funded research team located in another EU member state or Associated Country, likely enhancing their competitiveness in applying for ERC grants. During the forthcoming Estonian Presidency of the European Union in the second half of 2017 the theme "Spreading excellence for a better world" will be a central topic. Also in this context, widening European participation in all sectors of the European research landscape can be considered to be of great relevance for a better world, and for Europe at large in particular. This topic will also receive considerable attention at our next Academia Europaea annual meeting, jointly organized  with ALLEA and the Young Academy of Europe, to take place on 4-7 September 2017 in Budapest on the theme "Sustainability and Resilience"."


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