EMA

Officers and the General Council

The General Council consists of representatives of the European countries active in magnetism research, typically one representative per country. It defines the general policy developed by the EMA. It oversees that the actions developed by the EMA, as well as those developed by associated bodies (ESM, JEMS, etc..), respect the Statute of the association.

Presidents

The President carries out the general supervision of EMA affairs, with the approval of the General Council, and assisted by the Vice-President. The President and Vice-President are elected by the General Council for a three-year mandate, not renewable. The outgoing President serves the EMA as Past President for one term, while the Vice-President is a natural candidate to be considered for election as the next President.

Burkard Hillebrands, President,
term expires 2022

Germany

Olivier Fruchart, Vice-President,
term expires 2022

France

Officers

Officiers are proposed by the President and approved by the General Council. There are in charge of specific key actions of the European Magnetism Association. They are invited to take part to the meetings of the General Council, if they do not belong to it,

Dino Fiorani, Past President,
2016-2019

Italy

Treasurer Officer
Elisabetta Agostinelli
Roma

Awards Officer
Christian Back
München

Education Officer
Olivier Fruchart
Grenoble

Communication Officer
Olivier Fruchart
Grenoble

Current general council

The General Council (GC) consists of representatives of the European countries active in magnetism research, typically one representative per country. Members are renewed on a three-year basis, as elected by the previous GC. The GC defines the general policy developed by the EMA. It oversees that the actions developed by the EMA, as well as those developed by associated bodies (ESM, JEMS, etc..), respect the Statute of the association.

Term expires 2020

Franca Albertini
Italy

John Michael Coey
Ireland

Tomasz Dietl
Poland

Paolo Freitas
Portugal

Manuel R. Ibarra
Spain

Tomas Jungwirth
Czech Republic

Nicoletta Lupu
Romania

Dimitris Niarchos
Greece

Per Nordblad
Sweden

Thomas Schrefl
Austria

Bartel Van Wayenberge
Belgium

Rastislav Varga
Slovakia

Elinor Galanis
United Kingdom

Term expires 2021

Leon Abelmann
The Netherlands

Christian Back
Germany

Olivier Fruchart
France

Pietro Gambardella
Switzerland

Nikolay Perov
Russian Federation

Term expires 2022

Anatolie Sidorenko
Moldova

Andrejs Cebers
Latvia

Cathrine Frandsen
Denmark

Maarit Karppinen
Finland

Vladan Kusigerski
Serbia

Dennis Gerhard Meier
Norway

Ivan Nedkov
Bulgaria

Damir Pajić
Croatia

Sergei Trukhanov
Belarus

Raivo Stern
Estonia

Alex Tovstolytkin
Ukraine