JKU Researcher Admitted to the European Academy of Sciences

Professor Julian Reiss has been appointed to the Academia Europaea and the European Academy of Science.

Professor Julian Reiss

The Academia Europaea supports outstanding academic achievements in the areas of humanities, law, business & economics, as well as other fields of science. Founded in 1988, the Academia has approximately 3,800 members. Similar to the European Academy of Science – the Academia strengthens scientific excellence in base-knowledge and interdisciplinary sciences. Prof. Julian Reiss, PhD (head of the Institute of Philosophy and Scientific Method) is a member of both organizations. Membership to these academies is by nomination and election.

About Julian Reiss

Julian Reiss: age 48 from Linz

Area of Research: Philosophy of Science

Curriculum vitae: Born in Hamburg in 1972, Reiss studied business & economics at the University of St. Gallen (HSG), specializing in finance and capital markets. He completed a doctorate in philosophy at the London School of Economics and Political Science (1996-2002) and conducted post-doctoral research in London and Madrid. Subsequently, Reiss was first assistant professor (2007) and then an associate professor (2009) of philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 2012, he became a full professor of philosophy at Durham University. The researcher has been professor and head of the Institute of Philosophy and Scientific Method at the JKU since 2019.