AGYA members are excellent early-career researchers from a great variety of disciplines. Half of the members are based in Germany and half in Arab countries.
AGYA offers its 60 members the unique opportunity to develop and implement their ideas, visions, and projects within the framework of Arab-German research collaboration.
Six new Arab and German members are elected to form the new AGYA Steering Committee at the General Assembly during the AGYA Annual Conference Autumn 2021. They will coordinate the academic activities of all AGYA members and represent the academy at international conferences to enhance AGYA's cooperation network. ...
At the centre of AGYA is the General Assembly of all AGYA members, who convene twice a year to decide the academy’s matters and research agenda. Members use the occasion to exchange and report on their AGYA activities. Within 6 Working Groups, the members develop interdisciplinary research projects according to their groups’ broader topic. Continue reading on AGYA's organisational structure here! ...
AGYA Working Groups
AGYA members have established six Working Groups so far. Each Working Group conducts periodic meetings throughout the year. Within the Working Groups, the members form strong ties to each other across disciplines and geographical background. They are the first point of entry into AGYA, providing identification and orientation to new members. Working Groups manage their own affairs, debate the big issues in their fields, and interact intensively. Find out more about the six AGYA Working Groups!
AGYA Connects Excellence in Research
How can we preserve cultural artifacts? How do young academics in Arab countries and Germany think about social robots in health care and domestic work? Find out more about the Arab-German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the interdisciplinary collaborative research projects of the AGYA members!