AFS board

AFS board

Chairman

Dr. Daumantas Matulis

Board members

  • Dr. Rūta Aldonytė
  • Dr. Darius Čeburnis
  • Dr. Dainius Martuzevičius
  • Dr. Ramūnas Stepanauskas

Dr. Daumantas Matulis

Dr. Rūta Aldonytė

Dr. Darius Čeburnis graduated from Vilnius University, Lithuania in 1992 and received a PhD degree in natural sciences in 1997 from the Institute of Physics, Lithuania. He received a Young Scientists Award from the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences in 1999 for the research work carried out during the PhD candidate period based on peer-review papers. In 2001 Darius Ceburnis joined Atmospheric Research Group at the Department of Experimental Physics, National University of Ireland Galway, where he has been working since. He has co-authored two papers in the journal Nature and numerous articles in Geophysical Research Letters or other leading journals. The research excellence and collaborative efforts have been recognized with the Lithuanian National Science Award in 2012, the most prestigious award in Lithuania. Darius Ceburnis published 80 peer-review papers to-date and is am among the top 1% of cited authors in geosciences discipline in Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science database with 1500 total citations in the last decade. Darius Ceburnis received an award from the Ministry for Education and Science of Lithuania for the research excellence and contributions to the Lithuanian community abroad in 2015. Darius Ceburnis was among the co-founders of the Association Futura Scientia in 2009 and served as a chairman of the board during 2010-2015.

Dr. Dainius Martuzevičius is a member of the association since its establishmen in 2009. He serves as an Associate Professor and a vice Dean for Research at the Faculty of Chemical technology, Kaunas University of Technology. He was a visiting scholar in the Department of Environmental Health at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, during 2002-2005. His research interests include application of nanotechnology and advanced oxidation processes towards the improvement of air quality. Recently, he has been coordinating Lithuanian actions in several major European and national research projects with the five year turnover of 1 mil Euros. He is the chairmen of the AFS board since 2016.

Dr. Ramūnas Stepanauskas

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