Prizes and scholarship
In honour of some of its members, the Academy awards periodically prizes and a scholarship.
In memory of Lucien Cahen and his research in the field of overseas geology, a prize has been set up. This prize, amounting to 2,500 euro, is intended to reward the author of a highly valued scientific memoir on a subject related to overseas geological sciences.
|The applications for this Prize must absolutely reach the Academy's secretariat
by February 1, 2021 at the latest.
Prizewinner 2018: Elien DE PELSMAEKER (Formation and Reactivation of the Tien Shan Constrained by Multi-method Basement and Detrital Chronology)
A new prize was set up in 2016 at the request of late Mrs Engelborghs-Bertels to promote the study of sinology in Belgium and Europe. This prize of 12,500 € will be awarded every 5 years to the author of a memoir of great scientific value on a subject related to China in the broader sense of the word.
Prizewinner 2018: Coraline GORON (Climate Revolution or Long March? The Politics of Low-Carbon Transformation in China (1992-2015). The Power Sector as Case Study)
On the accession of Fernand Suykens, former President of the Academy, to the title of "Honorary General Manager", a prize has been set up in order to promote studies on sea ports in developing countries. This prize, amounting to 2,500 euro, is intended to reward the author of a highly valued scientific memoir on a subject related to port economy, port management or port techniques.
Prizewinner 2019: Marcella DE MARTINO (Port Competitiveness and Value Creation: The Network Approach. Empirical Evidence from the Italian Port System)
On the occasion of the retirement of Professor Jean-Jacques Symoens, former Permanent Secretary, a prize has been set up. This prize, amounting to 2,500 euro, is intended to reward the author of a highly valued scientific memoir on a subject related to tropical limnology.
Prizewinner 2020: Zita KELEMEN (Reconstructing the Biogeochemistry of Tropical Aquatic Ecosystems using Elemental and Stable Isodtope Tracers in Freshwater Bivalve Shells)
On the occasion of the academic retirement of Professor Yola Verhasselt, Permanent Secretary from 1995 until 2005, the Academy has set up a prize named "Prize for tropical Geography Yola Verhasselt". This three-year prize of 2,500 euro consists of a travel credit for financing a field work on tropical geography.
Prizewinner 2020: Sofie ANNYS (De kosten en baten voor de landbouwers uit het Ribb Irrigatie en Drainage Project in Noordwest Ethiopië)
In 2014, a prize has been set up to keep alive the memory of Professor Romain Yakemtchouk and of his work. This three-year prize of 2,500 € will reward the author of a doctoral thesis on a subject related to international relations or peace issues. Special emphasis should be given to the overseas countries.
Prizewinner 2015: Lindsay Marie JACOBS (Shadows of the Future. A network analysis of the structural evolution of the global power system between 1965 and 2005)
The Floribert Jurion scholarchip has been set up in order to pay tribute to Floribert Jurion's agronomic and zootechnic work. Its aim is to contribute to the training of Belgian students registered in a Belgian university for the degree of agricultural engineer or veterinary surgeon. This scholarship amounting to 1 000 euro is intended for training periods in a developing country.
|The applications for this Prize must absolutely reach the Academy's secretariat by March 31, 2021 at the latest.||Form (French)||Form (Dutch)|
Beneficiary 2019: Nele VAN DER SCHUEREN (Onderzoek naar natuurlijke bestuiving van wilde vanillesoorten: baitexperiment in zuidwest Costa Rica)