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  • National Academy of Engineering (ANI, Argentina)
    President: Ing. Oscar A. Vardé

    Av. Pte. Quintana 585 - 3er Piso 1129 Buenos Aires Argentina

    Phone: +54 11 4807 1137
    Fax: +54 11 4807 0671
    The National Academy of Engineering is a technical, scientific Institution, functioning as a civil association with the power of a legal entity. OBJECTIVES To foster and spread technical and scientific research work related to engineering, leading to the development and progress of the country; To study the several aspects related to engineering: teaching and research work, professional work, plans connected with the public and private works, specially those of national interest; To express its opinion, whenever it is considered convenient, on the above mentioned issues, and clarify the questions posed by the national, provincial or municipal authorities, public and private universities and educational institutions, and the professional associations; To foster, by all possible means, the cult of dignity in the accomplishment of technical, scientific and professional engineering activities; To establish and keep relations with the domestic and foreign institutions devoted to the study of engineering sciences and all other sciences related to them; To found laboratories, institutes or research centers, as well as to hold lectures, seminars, conferences and all other king of meetings with domestic and foreign specialists. To establish rewards and incentives prizes to the studious and researchers; To take an active part whenever required in the constitution of boards of juries formed to pass legal opinion on technical or scientific reports; To create a rostrum for its members and remarkable persons in science or technology invited for such effect, to express their ideas publicly; To organize a specialized library for its members and general public, having in mind the purpose of its creation, promoting the exchange of publications and requiring to similar organizations as well as public and private institutions to send their books, brochures and reports.
  • Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE, Australia)
    President: Hugh Bradlow AM FTSE

    Level 1, 1 Bowen Crescent GPO Box 4055, MELBOURNE VIC 3001 Australia Melbourne Victoria 3004 Australia

    Phone: +61 3 9864 0900
    Fax: +61 3 9864 0930
    The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) is an association of professional men and women who are elected as Fellows of the Academy on the basis of their achievement in the application of science, technology and engineering to Australian life. ATSE is an independant, non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion in Australia of scientific and engineering knowledge to practical purposes.
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  • Royal Belgium Academy of Applied Sciences (BACAS, Belgium)

    Hertogstraat 1, rue Ducale 1000 Brussels Belgium

    Phone: +32 2 550 2323
    Fax: +32 2 550 2325
    "The KVAB is the Academy of Flanders, a learned society founded in 1772. Entering the societal debate on scientific and artistic topics in a neutral and interdisciplinary way is the main task of the Academy. This is done by: •Coopting commendable researchers, artists and captains of industry in the four Classes and award several prizes. •Giving perspective to the societal debate with the Thinker's programme and the Viewpoints. •Enabling international networking for Flemish researchers •Other initiatives are the Contact forums, VLAC, and the National Biographical Dictionary. "
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  • Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE, Canada)
    President: Douglas Ruth

    300 - 55 rue Metcalfe Street Ottawa Ontario K1P 6L5 Canada

    Phone: +1 613 235 4836
    Fax: +1 613 235 6861
    The Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) comprises many of the country’s most accomplished engineers, who have expressed their dedication to the application of science and engineering principles in the interests of the country and its enterprises. The Academy is an independent, self-governing and non-profit organization established in 1987 to serve the nation in matters of engineering concern. Members of the Academy are nominated and elected by their peers to honorary Fellowships, in view of their distinguished achievements and career-long service to the engineering profession. Members work closely with the other national engineering associations in Canada, and with the other Canadian academies that comprise the Council of Canadian Academies.
  • Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE, China)
    President: Dr. ZHOU Ji

    2 Bingjiaokou Hutong Xicheng District Beijing 100088 China

    Phone: +86 10 5930 0189
    Fax: +86 10 5930 0140
  • Croatian Academy of Engineering (HATZ, Croatia)
    President: Prof. Vladimir Andročec

    PO Box 59, HR10001 28 Kacic Street HR 10 000 Zagreb Croatia

    Phone: +385 1 4922-559
    Fax: +385 1 4922-569
    VISION AND MISSION Our mission is to be a leading, creative and innovative multidisciplinary community of scientists in the field of engineering. To be efficient experts and contribute to the development of technical sciences and the transfer of technical knowledge important for the progress of the Croatian economy and the benefit of all people. To advocate safe and propriate use of technology, to advocate environmental protection and the protection of people against its inappropriate use, to promote professionalism and responsible behaviour with regard to high ethical norms.
  • Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic (EA CR, Czech Republic)
    President: Prof. Miroslav Vaclavik

    Narodni trida 3 110 000 Prague 1 Czech Republic

    Phone: +420 2 2424 0530
    Fax: +420 2 2424 0530
    The Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic (EACR) is a selective non/profit organisation of indivial members. It was founded on February 7, 1995. The principal aim of EACR is to foster technical sciences, to build bridges between the spheres of research and development and the sphere of implementation, to contribute to an increase of the competitiveness of Czech economy and to participate in guaranteeing technical education. The activities of EACR are executed through an 11-member Council, a 3-member Nominating Committee, a 5-member Controlling Committee and 7 professional sections.
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  • Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV, Denmark)
    President: Carsten Orth Gaarn-Larsen

    266 Lundtoftevej DK 2800 Kgs. Lyngby Denmark

    Phone: +45 4588 1311
    Fax: +45 4588 1351
    The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences, ATV, is a private, independent institution, the object of which is to promote technological and scientific research and ensure the application of research results to further the creation of value and welfare in Danish society.
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  • Technology Academy Finland (TAF, Finland)
    President: Dr. Juha Ylä-Jääski

    Pohjoisesplanadi 33A 5th Floor 00100 Helsinki Finland

    Phone: +358 9 6980 410
    Fax: +358 9 6980 363
    The Technology Academy Finland works to advance Finnish technology and supports technological education and associated research.
  • National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF, France)
    President: Alain Bugat

    Grand Palais des Champs-ElyssssÃes - Porte C Avenue Franklin D.Roosevelt 75008 Paris France

    Phone: +33 (0)1 53 85 44 44
    Fax: +33 (0)1 53 85 44 45
    The National Academy of Technologies of France was first created as an Association, in December 2000, changing to the status of Public Administrative Establishment by law in 2007. As of 2013, the Academy benefits from the protection of the President of the French Republic, and thereby joins the ranks of the older academies with official recognition of its mission and its actions deemed in the public’s interests.
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  • German Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech, Germany)
    President: Reinhard Hüttl and Henning Kagermann

    Hofgartenstr. 2 Munchen 80539 Germany

    Phone: +49 (0) 89 -5 20 30 90
    Fax: +49 (0) 89 -5 20 30 99
    Today’s world and life is increasingly dominated by technology. This growing importance of technology requires a sound and professional involvement of science and technology in the public discourse. To this end, acatech was founded in February 2002. Initially labelled Council for Technical Sciences of the Union of the German Academies of Science and Humanites, acatech became the German Academy of Science and Engineering in 2008 with federal and state support. A non-profit organisation, acatech, its name combining academia and technology, represents the interests of German science and technology in Germany and abroad in a self-determined, independent way conductive to the common good.
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  • Hungarian Academy of Engineering (HAE, Hungary)
    President: Prof. Janos Ginsztler

    Goldmann Gyorgy ter 3 H-1111 Budapest Hungary

    Phone: +36 1 353 3996
    Fax: +36 1 353 2241
    The Hungarian Academy of Engineering (HAE) is a non-profit association of experts, which was established on the 29th of January, 1990 by 42 founding members, from the engineering and technical scientific elite of the Hungarian society. At present HAE has 180 members. In electing new members, covering every field of technical life and the adequate representational of different fields are among the basic criteria. The HAE aims to foster international integration of creative engineering activities by establishing the constitutional framework and functioning conditions of an independent national engineering academy in the Hungarian Republic in such a way, so as to enable the organised co-operation with the Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences (CAETS; Washington), and with the engineering academies of other countries, Hungarian scientific associations, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Federation of Technical and Scientific Societies, institutions of higher education, and research institutions.
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  • Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE, India)
    President: Dr. B N Suresh

    Unit No.604-609, SPAZE 1 Tech Park, 6th Floor Tower A, Sector 49 Gurgaon 122002 India

    Phone: +91 - 0124 - 4239480
    Fax: +91 - 0124 - 4239481
    The Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), founded in 1987, comprises India's most distinguished engineers, engineer-scientists and technologists covering the entire spectrum of engineering disciplines. The aims and objects of the Academy are to promote and advance the practice of engineering and technology, related sciences and disciplines and their applications to problems of national importance. INAE also encourages inventions, investigations, and research in pursuit of excellence in the field of "Engineering".
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  • The Engineering Academy of Japan (EAJ, Japan)
    President: Hiroyuki Abe

    Kenchikukaikan 4F 5-26-20 Shiba Minato-ku Tokyo 108-0014 Japan

    Phone: +81 3 5442 0481
    Fax: +81 3 5442 0485
    The Engineering Academy of Japan Inc.(EAJ) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization to contribute to the advancement of engineering and technological sciences in Japan, whose members are in leading positions with outstanding achievements and extensive knowledge in engineering and related fields.
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  • The National Academy of Engineering of Korea (NAEK, Korea)
    President: Dr. Young Ho OH

    15F, Korea Technology Center 701-7, Yeoksam-dong, Kangnam-gu Seoul 135-080 Korea

    Phone: +82 2 6009 4000
    Fax: +82 2 6009 4010
    The National Academy of Engineering of Korea will continue to advance engineering technological development to improve the quality of life for all people.
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  • Academy of Engineering - Mexico (AI, Mexico)
    President: Dr. Sergio M. Alcocer

    Placio de Mineria, Tacuba #5 Centro Historico 06000 Mexico D.F. Mexico

    Phone: +52-55-18-55-15
    Fax: +52-55-18-55-15
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  • Netherlands Academy of Technology and Innovation (, Netherlands)
    President: Ir. Bertrand M. van Ee

    Kloveniersburgwal 29 P.O. Box 191921 1000 GC Amsterdam Netherlands

    Phone: +31 20 5510 802
    Fax: +31 20 6204 941
    The Netherlands Academy of Technology and Innovation (AcTI-nl) is the Academy of Engineering of the Netherlands. AcTI-nl was established in 1986 as the Netherlands Society of Technological Sciences and Engineering NFTW. NFTW was incorporated under the law of the Netherlands as a non-profit association, with legally approved constitution and by-laws in 1991. From 2006, the name changed to the Netherlands Academy of Technology and Innovation. The Netherlands Academy of Technology and Innovation AcTI-nl aims at advancing the understanding of interactions between technology, science and society. AcTI-nl furthers contacts between authorities either working in the Netherlands in the field of technological, technical-scientific research and development and innovation, or bearing responsibility for these activities, from industry as well as from universities and research organisations. Likewise, it furthers contacts between the individual members of the Academy and government institutions, social groupings, political bodies and the like.
  • Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA, Norway)
    President: Prof. Eivind Hiis Hauge

    Lerchendal Gaard NO-7491 Trondheim Norway

    Phone: (+47) 73590863
    Fax: (+47) 7390830
    The Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA) is an independent organization that was founded in 1955. The Academy is a member of the Council of Academies of Engineering (CAETS) and of the European Council of Applied Sciences and Engineering (Euro-CASE). The objectives of the Academy are to promote research, education and development within the fields of technology and the natural sciences stimulate international cooperation within these fields promote the understanding of technology and natural sciences among the authorities and the public to the benefit of Norwegian society and industrial development in Norway.
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  • Slovenian Academy of Engineering (IAS, Slovenia)
    President: Prof. Stane Pejovnik.

    Tomsiceva 4 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia

    Phone: +386 (0)1 425 4418
    Fax: +386 (0)1 425 4417
    The Slovenian Academy of Engineering was established in 1995. It was on 21 June of that year that a group of Slovenian scientists from the area of technical and natural sciences together with prominent engineers, members of the SATENA society, set up the Slovenian Academy of Engineering (IAS), with the aim to provide a platform for the policy and formation of development prospects for the production industries, scientific and technological research activities, as well as of high-quality studies of engineering and management in Slovenia. Prof. Dr Gunar Solenius, the president of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, the first such institution in the world, attended this inaugural event. For 11 years the Academy operated within the SATENA society. However, in December 2006, after several years of effort by all the Academy members, the National Assembly adopted, acting on the proposal of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia, the Act No. 127/2006. In this way the Academy became an autonomous public entity, with all the corresponding rights, responsibilities and liabilities. Each year the Academy elects new members. In line with the Statute there is no election to the Scientific-Research Group for as long as the Business-Development Group has fewer than 30 members. In 2008 the Academy had a total of 45 members, including 16 regular, 26 associate and 3 honorary members.
  • South African Academy of Engineering-South Africa (SAAE, South Africa)
    President: Mr. Bob Pullen

    PO Box 13071 Hatfield 0028 South Africa

    Phone: (+27 72) 594-1441
    Fax: (+27 12) 361-6721
  • Royal Academy of Engineering -Spain (RAI, Spain)
    President: Dr. Elias Fereres Castiel

    Don Pedro, 10 28005 Madrid Spain

    Phone: +34 915 28 20 01
    Fax: +34 913 64 55 48
  • Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA, Sweden)
    President: Professor Bjorn O. Nilsson

    Grev Turgatan 14 SE-102 42 Stockholm Sweden

    Phone: +46 8 791 2900
    Fax: +46 8 611 5623
  • Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW, Switzerland)
    President: Dr. Ulrich W. Suter

    Gerbergasse 5 8001 Zurich Switzerland

    Phone: +41 44 226 50 13 +41 44 226 50 11
    Fax: +41 44 226 50 19
    SATW is a non-commercial, politically independent umbrella organisation bringing together people, institutions and specialist companies in Switzerland that are active in the application and promotion of the engineering sciences. The Academy has the legal form of an association. SATW and its three sister academies SAHS, SAMS and SCNAT are recognized as scientific institutions under Federal research law. Around 80% of SATW’s funding (approximately CHF 1.5 million a year) comes from the Federal Government. The academy’s services are defined in a contract with the Federal Government.
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  • Royal Academy of Engineering-United Kingdom (RAEng, United Kingdom)
    President: Dame Ann Dowling

    3 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5DG United Kingdom

    Phone: +44 20 7766 0600
    Fax: +44 20 7930 1549
    As Britain' s national academy for engineering, we bring together the country’s most eminent engineers from all disciplines to promote excellence in the science, art and practice of engineering. Our strategic priorities are to enhance the UK’s engineering capabilities; to celebrate excellence and inspire the next generation; and to lead debate by guiding informed thinking and influencing public policy.
  • National Academy of Engineering-US (NAE , United States)
    President: Dr. C. D. (Dan) Mote Jr.

    500 Fifth Street N. W. Washington DC 20001 USA

    Phone: +1-202-334-3677
    Fax: +1-202-334-1680
    The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) mission is to promote the technological welfare of the nation by marshaling the knowledge and insights of eminent members of the engineering profession
  • National Academy of Engineering of Uruguay (ANI, Uruguay)
    President: Acad. Eng. Lucio Cáceres

    Cuareim 1492 11 100 Montevideo Uruguay

    Phone: +598 2 901 1762
    Fax: +598 2 900 8951