Academician EUGEN SIMION, Professor PhD

Academician EUGEN SIMION, Professor PhD


- Manager of the Institute of Literary Theory and History „G. Călinescu” of the Romanian Academy

 

- Founder and President of the National Foundation for Sciences and Arts,President of theRomanian Academy (1998 – 2006),Invited professor at Université Sorbonne (Paris - IV),Professor, PhD, Faculty of Letters - University of Bucharest, Invited professor at Ecole Normale Supérieure (Fontenay-aux-Roses),Director of the journalCaiete critice/Critical Notebook– journal of literary criticism, literary history and scientific information,ISSN1220-6350 (indexed inIndex Copernicus),President of the Scientific Council and Expert coordinator (long term) in the Romanian Academy Postdoctoral School „Valuing Cultural Identities in Global Processes”, ID 59758/2010, financed by the European Social Fund (ESF), throughthe Sectoral Operational Program for Human Resources Development 2007 – march 2013.

 

- President of the Philological Commission of the CNATDCU (National Council for theCertification of Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates (2000 -2010), Vice-president of the General Council of the CNATDCU (National Council for the Certification of Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates (2012 – present) Published over 3500 studies and scientific articles in specialised journals and he is the single author of over 20 books in culture and education

 

- Distinctions: Cross of Romania, La Légion d’honneur de la France (officier, 2011), 1st degree Comander of Daneborg Order of Denmark, Southern Cross of Brazil.

 

- Doctor Honoris: University of Belgrade (Serbia), University of Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) and 11RomanianUniversities

 

- Member of the Royal Danish Academy for Sciences and Arts (2003), Corresponding member of the Real Academia de Doctors of Barcelone (Spain), Honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Member of the Academy of Athens (Greece).

 

- Since 2001 (11 editions) - Founder and organizer of the International SeminarPenser l’Europe, in collaboration with the French Institute for International Relations, l’Académie Royale de langue et de littérature françaises de Belgique, Royal Academy of Economic and Financial Sciences of Spain and the Romanian Academy.