Mr. Mladen Srbinovski, Macedonia
Writer and Journalist
Acad. Prof. Petar Kenderov, Bulgaria
Scientist, Mathematician, Member of the Board of the International Foundation "St. St. Kiril and Methodius"
Michael Mitterauer

Prof. Dr. Michael Mitterauer, Vienna Uniersity, Austria

Study: Vienna School, graduated 1960 with the highest possible degree of success ("sub auspiciis praesidentis publicae rei")

  • 1969 PhD in economic and social history
  • 1971 Associate Professor at the University of Vienna
  • 1973 Full Professor at the University of Vienna

Main research area: economic and social history, medieval studies, construction of the biographical documentary records

Research and publication activities: a book series ("It would not be lost") of over 60 titles grow, specifically dedicated to the historical experience of rural and urban lower classes.

Prof. Dr. Mario Kpaldo, University La Sapienca, Italy

Study: Catholic University of Milan

During his university studies he also attended courses at the universities of Belgrade, Zagreb, Sofia, Prague, Bratislava and Moscow. Besides Slavistics he studied Classical and Byzantine Philology, Semitistics, Anatolian languages, Indo-iranian Philology. He graduated in Classical Literature in 1971 discussing a thesis on the Romance of Alexander in the Slavic-byzantine tradition.

1975 he was appointed as a lecturer in Slavic Philology at the University of Salerno. Habilitation: 1987

Since 1994 he has been in charge of the chair of Slavic Philology at the University of Rome "La Sapienza".

Research activities: editor of "Polata knigopis'naja"; since 2006 this journal has been published by a new editorial board in Columbus (Ohio) as an electronic source.

Together with Antonella d'Amelia, of the University of Salerno, he founded another journal, "Europa Orientalis" editor in chief of "Ricerche slavistiche. New series".

participation in the research project named "Rome, Constantinople, Moscow: from Rome to the Third Rome", at the University of

Participation with his own presentation in more than seventy international scholarly meetings

Luzius Wildhaber

Prof. Lutzius Wildhaber, European Court for human rights, Strasburg, France

Study: Basel, Paris, Heidelberg, London and Yale Universitites

  • 1961 Doctorate at Basel University
  • 1971-77 Professor at the University of Fribourg
  • 1977-98 Professor at Basel University
  • 1998-2007 President of the European Court of Human Rights

Main research area: public international, constitutional, comparative and administrative law
Research and publication activities: Author of more than 200 articles, international commentaries, reports

Co-editor of 10 books

Kiril Chimev
Prof. Dr. Kiril Chimev, South-West University, Bulgaria

Prof. Dr. Elka Petrova, Sofia University, Bulgaria
Sir Arnold Wolfendale

Prof. Sir Arnold Wolfendail, Duram Uiversity, Bulgaria

Study: University of Manchester

  • 1953 PhD in Physics
  • 1970 Doctor of Science
  • 1951-56 Professor at the University of Manchester
  • 1956-92 Professor at the University of Durham

Main research area: Astronomy, Experimental physics

Research and publication activities: Author of many academic journals

Prof. Dr.  Alexander Madzarov, South-West University, Bulgaria
Zhivko Stalev

Prof. Dr. Zhivko Stalev, Constitutional Court, Bulgaria

Study: Sofia University "Kliment Ohridski"

  • 1944 Associate professor
  • 1947 Full professor
  • 1963 Doctor of Legal Sciences
  • 1972-76 Director of Bulgarian Academy of Science
  • 1997 Chairman of the Constitutional Court

Main research area: civil, labour and state law

Member of Honour of the International Association of procedural law

Correspondent member of the International Association of comparative law

Prof. Nicol Gimezan, University Paris 12, France
Klaus Denecke
Prof. Claus Deneke, Potsdam University, Germany
Janos Demetrovics

Prof. Dr.Yanosh Dmetrovich, Hungarian Avcademy of sciences, Hungary

Study: Moscow State University

  • Doctorate at Lorand University, Budapest
  • 1981 Doctor of Science
  • 1977-81 Assistant Professor at L. Kossuth University, Debrecen
  • Full Professor of Computer Science at L.Eotvos University, Budapest

Main research area: Discrete mathematics, Data Base Systems and Models, Theory of Algorithms

Main research and publication activities: Author or co-author of more than180 research papers. Member of the Editorial Boards of various periodicals

Dietrich Papenfuss

Dr. Dietrich Papenfus, General Secretary of Foundation "Alexander von Humbold", Germany

Study: Technical University in Berlin

  • 1964 Doctorate at the Institute of Metallurgy at the Technical University of Berlin
  • 1964 Conducting research at the Canadian Department of Energy, Mines and Resources
  • 1967-99 Head of the department for the Follow-Up Contacts, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Bonn
Since 1988 Deputy secretary of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Sergei Kapica

Acad. Prof. Dr. Sergei Kapitsa, Moscow State University, Russia

Study: Moscow Aviation Institute

  • 1961 Doctor of science
  • 1965 Professor at the Moscow Physical-Technical Institute

Main research area: physics, supersonic aerodynamics, terrestrial magnetism, applied electrodynamics, the physics of elementary particles

Research and publications activities: author of four books, dozens of articles, 14 inventions and discoveries. Creator of phenomenological mathematical model of the hyperbolic growth of the population

Henrik Birnbaum

Prof. Henrich Birnbaui, Central European University, Hungary

Study: Stockholm University

  • 1958 Doctor of Science
  • 1958-64 Associate professor
  • 1964 Professor
  • 1992-2002 Chair of the Academic Board of the Central European University, Budapest

Main research area: Slavic, Baltic, and Balkan Linguistics

Research and publication activities: Member of the Editorial Board of a number of professional journals. Author of about 400 scholarly publications, including 20 books and/or monographs

Viktor Matrosov

Prof. Victor Matrossov, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Russia


  • Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
  • Professor at the Moscow State Pedagogical University
  • 1987 Rector of Moscow State Pedagogical University

Main research area: Mathematics and Computer science, Discrete mathematics

Research and publication activities: Corresponding member of Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Member of the Presidential Council of the Russian Federation for Science, Technology and Education
Leonid Guberski

Prof.Dr. Leonid Guberski, Kiev National University, Ukraine

Study: Kiev University T. Shevchenko

  • 1992 Doctor of Philosophy
  • 1989 Professor at the Kiev University

Director of the Institute of international Relations of Kiev University

Rector of the Kiev University

Main research area: philosophy, social-cultural studies

Research and publication activities: Corresponding member of Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Academician of the Academy of Higher Education of Ukraine

Blagovest Sendov

Acad. Blagovest Sendov, Bulgaria

Study: Sofia University "Kliment Ohridski"

  • 1967 Doctor of Science
  • 1962-68 Associate professor
  • 1973-79 Rector of Sofia University
  • 1995-97 Chairman of the Parliament of Bulgaria
  • 2004-09 Ambassador of Bulgaria in Japan

Main research area: computer science, mathematical modeling, computer geometry

Research and publication activities: Author of more than 200 publications and over 30 textbooks

Evgeni Golovinski

Acad Evgeni Golovinski, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Bulgaria

Study: Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski

  • Doctor of Science
  • 1989 Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
  • 1997 Academician of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Member of the Board of Evrika Foundation

Member of the Union of Scientists in Bulgaria

Main research area: Biochemistry, chemistry

Research and publication activities: Author of many textbooks and monographs

Ashley Craig

Prof. Ashly Craig, Technological University Sydney, Australia

Study: University of New South Wales

  • Doctorate at the University of New South Wales
  • 1999-2007 Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney
  • 2001-05 Associate Dean at the Faculty of Science, UTS
  • 1993-2001 Founding chair of the UTS Human Research Ethics Committee

Main research area: behavioral sciences, psychological
damage associated with neurological injury

Research and publication activities: Editor-in-Chief for the international Elsevier Journal of Fluency Disorders. Author of numerous publications in refereed journals, book chapters, conference papers

Prof. Jana Molhova, SWU, Bulgaria
Antoni Giza

Prof. Dr. Antony Giza, Shchehcin University, Poland

Study: Warsaw University

  • 1978 Doctorate of Science at the Warsaw University
  • 1985 Associate professor at Gdansk University
  • 1991 Professor at the University of Szczecin

Head of the Department of Central and Eastern Europe History, University of Szczecin

Main research area: Balkan history

Research and publication activities: Author of 21 books

Kiril Stefanov
Prof. Dr. Kiril Stefanov, Director of Ensemble Pirin, Bulgaria
Aleksander Yankov

Corresponding member Prof. Alexander Yankov, Chairman of the International Court, Belgium

Study: Sofia University "St. Climent Ohridski"

  • 1963 Doctor of Law
  • 1968 Professor of Human Rights at the Sofia University
  • 1988-1991 Vice Chairman of the Bulgarian Academy of Science in International Law and International Relations, Head of the International Law Department at the Bulgarian Academy of Science 1972-1976 Ambassador of Bulgaria to the Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • 1976-80 Bulgarian representative to the UN in New York

Main research area: political and social sciences, human rights

Research and publication activities: author of articles

Member of the Internatioanl Law Commission of UN, International Law Institute in Brussels

Prof. Mariane Sconland, Bergen University, Norway
Lee Bollinger

Prof. Lee Bolinger, President of Columbia University, USA

Study: University of Oregon

  • Doctorate: Columbia Law School
  • Dean of the University of Michigan Law School
  • 2002 President of the Columbia Law School

Main research area: free speech and first amendment issues

Research and publication activities: Author of many articles, books and scholarly journals, Editor of the Law Review of the University of Oregon and Columbia Law School

Lisa Anderson

Prof. Lisa Anderson, Columbia University, USA

Study: B.A. from Sarah Lawrence Collegem
M.A. from the Fletcher School at Tufts University
PhD in political science from Columbia University

Assistant professor of government and social studies at Harvard University
Professor of International Relations at Columbia University

Director of the Middle East Institute
Main research area: politics in the Middle East and North Africa
Chair of the board of directors of the Social Science Research Council

David Leebron

Prof. David Leeborm, Columbia University, Columbia University, USA

Study: Harvard College, History and Science

  • 1979 Doctorate, Harvard Law School
  • 1983 - 1989 Professor at New York University
  • 1996 Dean at Columbia Law School
  • 2004 President of Rice University

Main research area: corporate finance, international economic law, human rights
Research and publication activities: Author of books about problems in international trade law

Member of the American Law Institute (ex officio)
Member of the American Society of International Law

Prof. Alexander Golichenkov, Moscow University, Russia
Michel Kaplan

Prof. Michael Kaplan, President of Sorbon University, Paris 1, France


  • 1987 Doctorate
  • 1988 Professor at the University Paris 1
  • 1999-2004 President of the University Paris 1

Main research area: men and earth in Byzantium from the sixth to eleventh century
Treasurer of the International Association of Byzantine Studies
Research and publication activities: Author of books and articles on economic history, social attitudes and behavior

Chairman of CFEB (French Committee of Byzantine Studies)
Research Director of Byzantine history and civilization and the Middle East in Paris-I

Zhelyo Zhelev

Dr. Zhelyo Zhelev, Former President of Bulgaria

Study: Sofia University "St. Climent Ohridski"

  • 1988 Doctor of Philosophy
  • 1975 Works at the Cultural Institute
  • 1989 Congressman in the 7th Great Parliament
  • 1992 President of the Republic of BulgariaIn
  • 1998 Honorable Chairmen of the Liberal-Democratic Union

Head of the Balkan Political Club

Research and publication activities: Author of the book The Fascism which is translated in 10 languages

Kenneth St. Louis

Prof. Kennet Luis, University of West Virginia, USA

Study: Colorado State University

  • 1973 Doctorate at the University of Minnesota

The first recipient of the Deso Weiss Award for Excellence in Cluttering

Main research area: Fluency disorders: i.e., measuring and improving public attitudes toward stuttering, cluttering, and other human attributes; stories of people who stutter; defining and understanding cluttering

Research and publication activities: Author of more than 285 papers to professional audiences and published 126 articles, chapters, tests, books and monographs. Co-author/editor of Cluttering

Florence Benoit-Rohmer

Prof. Florance Benoa-Romer, President of the University Rober Shouber, Strasburg, France

Doctorate: Public law
Professor at the Law Faculty in Strasbourg

2003-08 President of the Université Robert Schuman (URS)
2002-08 Vice-President of EIUC

Main research area: study of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights, the European Convention on Human Rights, and Constitutional Rights in Central and Eastern European countries, national minority rights

Human rights expert for the Council of Europe
EIUC Secretary General, 2009

Prof. Peter Karstenie, Amsterdam University, Holland

Prof. Dina Batoeva, SWU, Bulgaria
Solomon Pasy

Dr. Solomon Passi, Minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria

Study: Sofia University

  • 1985 Doctorate
  • 1992-2001  Chairman of the Atlantic Club in Bulgaria
  • 2001-2005 Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • 2004 Chairman of the OSCE

Main research area: Mathematics, Computer Science

Research and publication activities: Author of many publications in international journals for logics and computer sciences

Oleg Kutafin

Prof. Dr. Oleg Kutafin, Rector of the Moscow state academy of law

Study: Moscow State University

  • 1979 Doctorate
  • 1973-82 Vice-Dean of the Faculty
  • 1981 Professor at MSU
  • 1987 Rector of Moscow State Law Academy

Main research area: constitutional law
President of All-Russian public organization Union of Lawyers of Russia

Research and publication activities: Author of many monographs and textbooks on constitutional and municipal law

Vladimir Andreycev

Acad. Vladimir Andreitsev, Kiev University, Ukraine

Study: Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University

  • 1992 Doctor of Science
  • 1993 Professor at Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University
  • 1997-2007 Dean of the Faculty of Law, Kiev National University
  • 2009 Vice Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council of Ukraine

Main research area: law

Research and publication activities: Author of many publications about Civil Law Implementation and Reforming the Ukraine Legal System

Victor Skopenko

Acad. Victor Vassilievich Skopenko, Rector of the University Taras Shevchenko, Kiev, Ukraine

Study: Kiev University

  • 1962 Doctorate
  • 1970 Doctor of Science
  • 1972 Professor
  • 1985-2008 Rector of Kiev National University

Main research area: chemistry
Research and publication activities: Author of almost 400 scientific papers and many monographs.

1990, 1995 Laureate of State Prize of Ukraine in science and technology
Norbert Randov

Prof. Norbert Randoff, Bulgarian studies, Germany

Study: Slavic Studies in Rostock and Berlin

Main research area: German-Bulgarian translations and publishing of  Bulgarian, Old Bulgarian and Russian literature into German.
Winner of the Federal Cross of Merit (2008).
Awarded the medal "Stara Planina"
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