a. Doctor Hebb. Ewa Zemba from the University of Economics in Katowice. She is the thirty-first representative of Poland in this body.
The researcher heads the Department of Information Technology and International Accounting at the university. Scientifically it deals with issues of creating and managing IT systems in business and public organizations. Her research is part of the theory of a sustainable information society. He emphasizes that it is not only about environmental aspects, but also about economic, social, cultural and political sustainability.
Among the most important criteria for membership in EASA, Prof. Doctor Hebb. Ewa Ziopa mentions openness, innovation, and work in favor of science and art. He asserts that one can only become a member of this body as a result of a nomination submitted and approved by the scholars and artists who belong here. The selection is determined by the candidate’s outstanding achievements in science, arts, and management.
According to UEK, Prof. Ziemba proposed, operationalized and empirically validated an original concept of a sustainable information society. It conducted a multidimensional analysis of the use of ICTs by key stakeholders in the sustainable information society, i.e. households, companies, public administration and different types of sustainability – environmental, economic, social, cultural and political, as well as the congruence between ICT use and sustainability.
In 2020, the results of her research on a sustainable information society were appreciated by the Minister of Science and Higher Education, who honored the professor. Ziemia as an award for major scientific achievement.
The Polish lady has published more than 200 scientific articles and 3 monographs, she is the editor of 20 scientific volumes and several textbooks. She was the coordinator and principal contractor on more than 30 Polish and international research projects. He is an expert at the National Research and Development Center, the Malta Council for Science and Technology and the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia.
a. Zięba develops international scientific cooperation. He is a member of the Committee on Legal and Economic Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Scientific Society for Economic Informatics. He cooperates with the editorial offices of several international scientific journals recognized as editor and reviewer. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Economics and Management. Organizes or co-organises scientific conferences, including the FedCSIS Conference on Computer Science and Intelligence Systems.
The European Academy of Arts and Sciences (EASA) is an international non-governmental organization founded in 1990 by the member states of the European Community. It connects more than 2,000 scholars – representatives of the humanities, medicine, arts, natural sciences, social sciences (including law and economics), technology, religion and management, who conduct innovative research, engage in interdisciplinary and transnational cooperation, as well as exchange knowledge and publish it.
The Academy – in cooperation with academic, governmental, non-governmental and commercial departments – analyzes and solves the problems facing the European community and supports scientific and artistic creativity. Among the EASA members are 34 Nobel laureates and Pope Benedict XVI. EASA members from Poland are, among others Prof. Jerzy Buzek, A.; Andre Zoll, A.; Ryszard Tadeusiewicz, Prof. Krzysztof Penderecki, Prof. Lucjan Pawłowski, A.; Jerzy Woźnicki, Prof. Henryk Skarżyński, Prof. Marek Kwik, a. Bogusław Buszewski and Prof. Michael Kleber.
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