Brazilian Academy of Sciences

Summary

Academia Brasileira de Ciências
Símbolo ABC.jpg
FormationMay 3, 1916
HeadquartersRio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
President
Luiz Davidovich
Websitewww.abc.org.br

The Brazilian Academy of Sciences (Portuguese: Academia Brasileira de Ciências or ABC) is the national academy of Brazil. It is headquartered in the city of Rio de Janeiro and was founded on May 3, 1916.

Publications

It publishes a large number of scientific publications, among them the Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências [1] (2020 IF 1.280).[2]

People

Presidents

Source: Brazilian Academy of Sciences

  • 1916-1926 Henrique Charles Morize
  • 1926-1929 Juliano Moreira
  • 1929-1931 Miguel Osório de Almeida
  • 1931-1933 Eusébio Paulo de Oliveira
  • 1933-1935 Arthur Alexandre Moses
  • 1935-1937 Álvaro Alberto da Mota e Silva
  • 1937-1939 Adalberto Menezes de Oliveira
  • 1939-1941 Inácio Manuel Azevedo do Amaral
  • 1941-1943 Arthur Alexandre Moses
  • 1943-1945 Cândido Firmino de Melo Leitão
  • 1945-1947 Mario Paulo de Brito
  • 1947-1949 Arthur Alexandre Moses
  • 1949-1951 Álvaro Alberto da Mota e Silva
  • 1951-1965 Arthur Alexandre Moses
  • 1965–1967 Carlos Chagas Filho
  • 1967–1981 Aristides Pacheco Leão
  • 1981–1991 Maurício Peixoto
  • 1991–1993 Oscar Sala
  • 1993–2007 Eduardo Krieger
  • 2007-2016 Jacob Palis Jr.
  • 2016– Luiz Davidovich

Notable members

ABC has a distinguished array of national and international members, among them:

References

  1. ^ Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências basic information
  2. ^ "Enfim, boas notícias: os Anais da Academia Brasileira alcançam o seu maior índice de impacto! – ABC". ABC – Academia Brasileira de Ciências (in Portuguese). 2020-07-02. Retrieved 2020-12-15.

External links

Media related to Academia Brasileira de Ciências at Wikimedia Commons

  • Official website
  • List of publications