– promoting science and shaping the knowledge-based society of the future
The Young Academy of Norway is an interdisciplinary organization for young researchers dedicated to research policy and dissemination.
The Young Academy of Norway consists of talented, junior researchers from all disciplines with a demonstrated commitment to science policy and innovative research dissemination. Members have been selected through an application process involving a scientific review process followed by interviews, and have membership for four years.
The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters took the initiative to establish the Young Academy of Norway, which was formally launched in October 2015 with an initial twenty members. Presently the Academy consists of 34 members.
While open to members of any nationality, the working language of the academy is Norwegian. The academy gathers at least biannually at different locations in Norway and cooperates with the growing community of national and global young academies worldwide.
The academy is governed by a Board comprised of members of the academy, elected by the members for a one-year term, and one to two external board members.
The current Board consists of Jonas Stein (Chair), Kjersti Lohne (Deputy Chair), Aike Peter Rots, Anne Tjønndal and Irja Ida Ratikainen, acting representatives Mari Ellen and Nils Hallvard Korsvoll and external members Eirik Holmøyvik and Kjartan Almenning.