Linus Mattauch new member of 'die Junge Akademie'

 
05/06/2021 - Together with 9 other young scientists, Prof. Linus Mattauch, co-leader of the FutureLab on Inequality, Human Well-Being and Development, was admitted to the prestigious 'Young Academy' of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Leopoldina, the German National Academy of Sciences.
Linus Mattauch new member of 'die Junge Akademie'

The 'Junge Akademie' is the most important interdisciplinary network for German-speaking young scientists. Members of the Junge Akademie are elected for the duration of five years. Linus Mattauch is the second academic from PIK, beside Ricarda Winkelmann to ever have been admitted to this prestigious network. To be eligible for membership, candidates should have completed their PhD within three to seven years prior to their application.

The ten new members are covering a very divers pallet of scientific background, ranging from 'economics and environmental policy' to 'literature', 'photography' and 'bio-engineering'. Together with 40 existing members they will contribute in a creative way to interdisciplinary projects and strengthen the connection between research and society.

More information on 'die Junge Akademie' and the announcement of the 10 new members can be found here.