war crimes in Ukraine

The Tribunal for Putin (T4P) global initiative was set up in response to the all-out war launched by Russia against Ukraine in February 2022.

No more tolerance to Putin’s regime!

28.03.2024    available: Українською | На русском
An appeal from scholars of the world.

© t-invariant

© t-invariant

Two years ago, Vladimir Putin started an unprovoked full-scale military aggression against Ukraine, resulting in deaths and destruction unseen since World War II. The war against Ukraine coincided with a growing and severe crackdown on political dissent and freedom of speech within Russia. Recently, the world has been rocked by the death of Alexei Navalny, the principal political adversary of Putin. Before his incarceration, where he was tortured and murdered, Navalny survived a state-sponsored poisoning by chemical warfare. Despite that harrowing experience, he defiantly chose to return to Russia, exhibiting a true act of patriotism.

The war in Ukraine and the murder of Alexei Navalny concern not only Russia and Ukraine. Putin’s regime has shown that it poses a clear and imminent threat to humanity. Since assuming power in 2000, Putin has systematically dismantled post-Soviet democratic institutions and fueled conflicts in the former USSR states. The full-scale aggression against Ukraine and the assassination of Alexei Navalny illustrate the escalation of the threat to a new level, as Putin’s regime no longer acknowledges any constraints on violating human rights and international norms.

The horrors of the world wars in the 20th century underscored that humanity can avoid self-destruction only by upholding principles of democracy and adhering to international human rights laws. However, Putin’s regime cynically tramples upon these principles. The tragedies of 20th-century totalitarianism necessitate a commitment to freedoms and dignity of an individual. Putin blatantly violates them. He has transformed Russia into a heavily militarized police state, armed with the largest nuclear arsenal, which poses an existential threat to the world. These dangers were articulated by Alexei Navalny and other leaders of the Russian opposition, echoing the legacy of their great predecessor and 1975 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Academician Andrei Sakharov.

We, scholars from around the world, implore world leaders to vigorously advocate for peace, progress, and human rights. As members of the international academic community, we are deeply concerned that scientific progress is under threat when dictators undermine intellectual freedom, especially during a time when global cooperation is more important than ever, in the shadow of worldwide pandemics, climate change, and the existential threat of weapons of mass destruction.

We call on world leaders and all people of good will to shed any illusions about Mr. Putin and his criminal regime. History teaches us that appeasing the aggressor means encouraging further crimes against humanity. No temporary benefits can justify this. We are determined not to repeat Munich-1938!

We call on world leaders:

  • To drastically increase assistance to Ukraine. Ukraine must win, not just ‘not lose’. Timely aid will reduce the loss of human lives and help drive out the aggressor from the Ukrainian soil. Putin’s loss in the act of military aggression will be viewed as a moral win for millions of Russians, emboldening their hopes for a democratic future and mobilizing their anti-war movement.
  • To uphold human rights and support democratic opposition in Russia. The global community must unite to protect political prisoners currently undergoing torture in Russia. The lives of opposition leaders Vladimir Kara-Murza, Ilya Yashin, Lilia Chanysheva, and many others are in imminent danger.
  • To enhance support for Russian citizens who face the risk of repression due to their democratic and anti-war political beliefs and require asylum.
  • To back Russian democratic anti-Putin organizations, which includes supporting independent Russian media, whose role in driving regime change is critical.
  • To delegitimize Putin’s illegal hold on power in Russia. Despite its propaganda, Putin’s regime desperately seeks acknowledgment from the global community. Refusing to acknowledge Putin’s reelection by world leaders will send a powerful message that the world can no longer consider him a ‘partner’.

We encourage individuals of goodwill and their organizations to utilize all available resources in actively urging their political leaders to address Russian aggression and stand in support of Ukraine. We pay tribute to Alexei Navalny’s ultimate sacrifice and emphasize the importance of promoting democracy and the rule of law to integrate Russia into the community of democracies. Through collective action, we can contribute to bringing peace to Europe and preventing a global catastrophe.

  1. Svetlana Alexievich, 2015 Nobel Laureate in Literature
  2. Harvey J. Alter, 2020 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  3. Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, 2008 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  4. Thomas R. Cech, 1989 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
  5. Elias James Corey, 1990 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
  6. Shirin Ebadi, 2003 Laureate of Nobel Peace Prize
  7. Sheldon Lee Glashow, 1979 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  8. Carol W. Greider, 2009 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  9. Roald Hoffmann, 1981 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
  10. Louis J. Ignarro, 1998 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  11. Elfriede Jelinek, 2004 Nobel Laureate in Literature
  12. Takaaki Kajita, 2015 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  13. Roger D Kornberg, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
  14. Ferenc Krausz, 2023 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  15. Brian K. Kobilka, 2012 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
  16. Roderick MacKinnon, 2003 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry
  17. Barry J. Marshall, 2005 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  18. John C. Mather, 2006 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  19. Michel Mayor, 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  20. May-Britt Moser, 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  21. Edvard Ingjald Moser, 2014 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  22. Herta Müller, 2009 Nobel Laureate in Literature
  23. Paul Nurse, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  24. James Peebles, 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  25. William D. Phillips, 1997 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  26. H. David Politzer, 2004 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  27. Charles M. Rice, 2020 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  28. Sir Richard J. Roberts, 1993 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  29. Bert Sakmann, 1991 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  30. Randy W. Schekman, 2013 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  31. Gregg L. Semenza, 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  32. Vernon L Smith, 2002 Nobel Laureate in Economics
  33. Wole Soyinka, 1986 Nobel Laureate in Literature
  34. Gerardus ‘t Hooft, 1999 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  35. Jack W. Szostak, 2009 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  36. Drew Weissman, 2023 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  37. Eric F. Wieschaus, 1995 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
  38. Jody Williams, 1997 Laureate of Nobel Peace Prize
  39. Oleksandra Matviichuk, Head of the Center for Civil Liberties, 2022 Laureate of Nobel Peace Prize
  40. International Memorial Association, recipient of the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize
  41. Roger B. Myerson, 2007 Nobel Laureate in Economics
Attention to everyone who wants to sign the appeal!
Subscribe via Google form.
If you have any doubts that your signature has been taken into account, write to us at [email protected]

1. Tatiana Tatarinova, Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair in Computational Biology,University of La Verne
2. Alexander Kabanov, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences,University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3. Anna I. Krylov, USC Associates Chair in Natural Sciences and Professor of Chemistry,University of Southern California
4. Igor Efimov, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Medicine ‚Northwestern University
5. Robert Luxenhofer, Professor for Soft Matter Chemistry,University of Helsinki
6. Eugene Koonin, NIH Distinguished Investigator,National Institutes of Health
7. Purificación López-García , Research Director, Biology,Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
8. Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen, Professor in Russian Environmental Studies,Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki
9. Michael Lott, Start-up investor,self-employed
10. Bastian Hauck, CEO, Dedoc Labs,#dedoc°
11. Markus Büscher, Professor of Physics,Forschungszentrum Jülich and Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
12. Jasper Albrecht, Philosoph,Universität Wien
13. Wolfgang Kiessling, Professor of Paleontology ‚Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
14. Markus Lange, Prof. Dr. med.,University of Würzburg
15. Ralf Mägerle, MBA,SV Barbarella
16. Wolfgang Vierling, Diplomphysiker,Pensionist
17. Hagen Schlühr
18. Paul Dostal, Dr. rer. nat. ‚University of Freiburg
19. Verónica Jaffé, PhD German Literature,Ex teacher UCV Caracas Venezuela
20. Wolfgang Lucks
21. Stefan Junker, Dr.,Helm Stierlin Institute, Heidelberg
22. Arnulf Christian Mattes, Professor of Musicology,University of Bergen
23. Γιώργης Φωτόπουλος , Master of Arts,Filmmaker
24. Sebastian Schmitz, Mr,Managing Owner
25. Martin Hudelmaier, M.D. Professor of Anatomy,Paracelsus Medical University PMU
26. Cristel Wiese , Dr.,Okay
27. Petra Esser-Boval , Mrs.,none
28. Peter Lämmel , Dr. rer. pol.,Pensionär (retired)
29. Steffen Desch, Professor of Medicine,Heart Center Leipzig
30. Andreas Bick, Composer,
31. Dietmar Pongratz , Dipl Paed,KMS Hild
32. Mateusz Stachura , Professor of Sociology,MWI Universität Heidelberg
33. Arthur Konnerth, Professor of Neuroscience,Technical University of Munich
34. Olaf Günther , Dipl. Ing. ‚Yourflow
35. Mathias Bregulla, Dipl.Ing.,Citizen
36. Peter Bozhkov, Professor of Biochemistry,Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
37. Stephan Sachse
38. Arno Fischer, Prof. Computer Sciences,TH Brandenburg Department Computer Science (retired)
39. Christian Kling
40. Yury Gogotsi, Charles T. and Ruth M. Bach Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Distinguished University Professor Director, A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute,Drexel University
41. Ralph Engel, Professor of Physics,Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
42. Andrey Tsaturyan, PhD, DSc,Tel Aviv University
43. Alexander Burin, Professor,Tulane University
44. Maryna Zaikina-Regge, PHD in criminology,Greifswald University
45. Reinhard Kraus , Diplom-Sozialwirt,Privat
46. Martin Galler, Mag.,
47. Volker Caumanns, Dr. phil.,Institute for South and Central Asian Studies, Leipzig University
48. Vitaly Volpert, Senior Researcher,Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
49. Nikon Kovalev, PhD,UT Austin
50. Leonid Gurvits, Professor of astrophysics,Joint Institute for VLBI
51. Tanja Mattern, Dr. phil.,Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
52. Jos WM van der Meer, Emeritus professor of Medicine,Radboud university, Nijmegen
53. Dmitry Tolmachev , Phd,Aalto University
54. Alfred Matthes, Diplom Sozialarbeiter,Privat
55. rainer . pankau, Professor of Medicine,Uni Kiel
56. Vittorio Alfieri, Actor
57. Vladimir Leksa, Dr., biochemist, molecular immunologist,Slovak Academy of Sciences
58. Matthias Tramp, Dipl.-Ing. Versorgungstechnik,Stadtwerke Wolfenbüttel
59. Ernst Pernicka, Professor of Archaeometry,Institut für Ur— und Frühgeschichte, Universität Tübingen
60. Anastasia Ushakova, Lecturer in Biostatistics and Writer,Medical School, Lancaster University
61. Artem Sartakov , MD of physics ‚Omsk state university
62. Oliver Benjamin Hemmerle , Dr.,PH Ludwigsburg
63. Johannes Wienand, Professor of Ancient History,Technische Universität Braunschweig
64. Yury Imptev, Professor of Phychology,Syktyvkar State University named after Pitirim Sorokin
65. Paul Robertus, MBA international Marketing,private
66. Bjoern Theis, Magister of Cultural Anthropology,n.a.
67. Denis Seletskiy, Professor of Engineering Physics,Polytechnique Montréal
68. Harry Vereecken, Professor and director,Forschungszentrum Jülich
69. Falk Hildebrand, Dr of BioInformatics ‚Quadram Institute Bioscience
70. Peter Droge, Professor of Molecular and Biochemical Genetics,retired
71. Władysław Wachowski, Researcher in physics,LPI
72. Vehary Sakanyan, Professor of Biology,Nantes University, Faculty of Biology, Faculty of Chemistry
73. Eugene Shakhnovich , Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology ‚Harvard University
74. Victor Selyutin, Leading Researcher,The Southern Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences
75. Axel Röhl, Dr.-Ing.,Pensioner
76. Klaus-Dieter Poprawa, Kein Titel,selbständig
77. Sebastian Junge , X,Private person
78. Bertolt Meyer, Professor of Psychology,Technische Universität Chemnitz
79. Renate Stauß, MD (medical doctor)
80. Fritz Stumm, Dr. rer. nat.
81. Klaus Hülsberg
82. Žanina Mirčevska, Dean / Professor of Drama Writing,Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, University of Ljubljana
83. Hieram Neumann-Heyme, Post Doc, Material Science,Helmholz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
84. Theo Graser, Engineer
85. Wolfgang Prinz , Dr.MdSc.,Biz AG
86. Eva Wichmann, Dr. med.,Praxis
87. jörg geistmann, dipl.-ing.,otto gmbh
88. Andrzej Badowiec, przedsiębiorca
89. Marina Okhrimovskaya, Editor-in-chief,Russian web magazine Switzerland for all
90. Marco Petzold, Krieger,SEASIDE
91. Joachim Horn, Professor,Department of Electrical Engineering, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg
92. Gerry Neu, Professor,LGK Esch/Alzette
93. Matthias Aschenbrenner, Professor of Mathematics,Faculty of Mathematics, University of Vienna
94. Markus Hildebrandt, Architect,Bankai Architekten GmbH
95. Klaus Tenbrock , Professor of Pediatrics,RWTH Aachen
96. Patrick Huber, Professor of Physics,Institute for Materials and X-ray Physics, Hamburg University of Technology
97. Yuri Bukhtiyarov, PhD, Director of Biology,Claim Therapeutics
98. Igor Roninson, Professor, Endowed Chair,Department of Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences
99. Calvin Schimmler
100. Carmen Canfora, Dr. phil.,Faculty of Translation Studies, Linguistics, and Cultural Studies, University of Mainz
101. Andrey Surzhykov, Professor of Theoretical Physics,Technische Universität Braunschweig
102. Kresimir Matijevic, Professor of History,Europa-Universität Flensburg
103. Andreas Berger, Univ. Doz. Dr. Med.,University Innsbruck
104. Dirk Lahmann, Lawyer,Bremen, Germany
105. Oleksiy Shulika, Research Professor,University of Guanajuato
106. Michael M. Kochen, Professor Emeritus of Family Medicine ‚University of Goettingen
107. Annette Kreß
108. Dalia Marin, Professor of Economics,Technical University of Munich, School of Management
109. DDr. Andreas Bereczky, Dr.-Ing.,Private Investor
110. Vladimir Zelevinsky, Professor of Physics,Michigan State University
111. Igor Frangez, Bsc. ETH Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,ETH Zürich
112. Peter Schubert, M. A. ‚privat
113. Dr. Ilya Reviakine, Affiliate Professor Bioengineering,University of Washington, WA
114. Camilo Vargas Koch, Economist,Independent
115. Dmitry Dzhigaev, Dr,Lund University
116. Sergey Pancheshnyi, CTO,E2S Power AG
117. Anna Hammershøy, Senior Lecturer ‚Business department, University College of Northern Denmark
118. Sönke Schiricke, Master of Business Administration ‚Universität Hamburg
119. Benedikt Stumpf, Managing Director,wert-voll ggmbh
120. Klaus Pfeilsticker, Prof. Dr. ‚Faculty of Physics&Astronomy, University of Heidelberg
121. Joes Verweyen, B.A.,Vitalum Management GmbH
122. Sergey Volvovski, Software Engineer,Analogic Corp.
123. Ekaterina Sidenko, LL.M
124. Bernhard Steinberger, Ph.D.,GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences
125. Vladimir Litvak, Professor of Translational Neurophysiology,UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
126. filippo romeo
127. Rainer Jordan, Professor of Macromolecular Chemistry,Faculty of Chemistry, TU Dresden
128. Markus Missler, Professor of Medicine,Institute of Anatomy and Molecular Neurobiology, University of Münster
129. Karen Bauer, Associate Professor of Foreign Language Education,NTNU
130. Mamuka Jibladze, Chief Researcher,Razmadze Mathematical Institute, Tbilisi State University
131. Thomas Wilke, Professor of Economics,University of Wismar
132. Holger Erb, Ja ,
133. Clayton Lewis, Emeritus Professor of Computer Science,University of Colorado Boulder
134. Manfred Hirner, Counsel,privat
135. Dmytro Sytnyk, Ph.D. in Mathematics,Department of Mathematics, Technical University of Munich
136. Evgeny M Orlov, Aerospace Engineer,Retiered
137. Juliane Besters-Dilger, Professor of Slavonic Studies,University of Freiburg
138. Mathias Hensch, Dr. phil. (Archaeologist),City— and Countyarchaeology Uelzen
139. Natalia Litchinitser, Professor of ECE, Physics, Materials Science,Duke University
140. Sergei Erofeev, Professor of Sociology,Rutgers University
141. Stephan Tschauko, Dipl.-Betreibswirt,Private
142. Patric Knoll
143. Dietrich Pfeiffer, Professor of Medicine,University of Leipzig
144. Ulrike Eberhardt, Architect,Private
145. Dmitri Kireev, Professor of Chemistry,University of Missouri — Columbia
146. Johanna Thie
147. Sven Birkemeier, Dr of literature,University of Amsterdam and Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gymnasium Kleve
148. Sergey Blagodatsky, Dr. of Science, PhD in biology,Department of Zooology, University of Cologne
149. Joachim Heberle, Professor of physics,Department of physics, Freie Universität Berlin
150. Thomas Mueller, Diplom Kaufmann,private
151. Sven Lichtenecker, M.A. Studies of Religion,Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum, Department of Education
152. Peter Ihmann, kein Titel,Privatperson
153. Manfred Beck, Dipl.-Ing.,Mensa Germany
154. Ramona Schlesinger, Doctor of Biology ‚Freie Universität Berlin, Physics
155. Daniel Treisman, Professor of Political Science ‚Department of Political Science, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles
156. Olaf Kühl, PhD.,Writer
157. Chr.Birkenbach, Herr,Biologist
158. Hans Tson Söderström, Docent ‚STOCKHOLM SCHOOL of ECONOMICS
159. Peter Moritz, I am agree witth the Memo on the ‚Consulting-Company
160. Dorothea Thaler, n.a.,n.a.
161. Viacheslav Landakov, Esquire ‚Voronezh Regional Bar Association
162. Rainer Moog, Professor of Music,Musikhochschule Köln (Germany)
163. Karin Cerna, Immunologist,Charles University Prague
164. Birgitta Swedenborg, Dr. of Economics, retired
165. Jennifer Clarke, Fletcher Jones Endowed Chair of Biology,University of La Verne
166. Thomas Benderoth, Dipl. Ing, Privat
167. Arnold Kretzl, kein Titel,privat
168. Grigorii Vershinin, Specialist in Translation‚ Department of Foreign Languages, Perm State University
169. Kirill Sokolovsky, postdoctoral researcher, Department of Astronomy, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
170. Oliver Jensch, Software Developer, SIListra Systems
171. Yousef Daneshbod, Professor of Mathematics,University of La Verne
172. Maria Chekhova, Professor of Physics, Max-Planck Institute for the Science of Light
173. Manne Schneck, Dr med., retired
174. Stephan Schneller, Lawyer, Law firm Schneller Legal
175. Detlef Kurth, Professor Dr. of Urban Planning,RPTU Kaiserslautern
176. Monika Grosskopf, M.A. Communications
177. Stefan Gros, Dozent,Donau Uni Krems
178. Elizaveta Litvak, Associate Research Scienrist, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
179. Jörg Thielenone
180. Ulrika Beitnere, Dr.,Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine
181. Jorge Ruiz, Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Delbrück Center
182. Armina Janyan, Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science, Department of Cognitive Science and Psychology, New Bulgarian University, Sofia
183. Péter Szigetvári, Associate Professor of Linguistics,Eötvös Loránd University
184. Manfred , Burggraf ‚Psychotherapist
185. Boldizsár Fejérvári, PhD, Head Teacher of English,Anglo-American Studies Workshop, Eötvös József College, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
186. Sofia Kirke Forslund-Startceva, Professor of Applied Microbiology, MDC & Charité Hospital, Berlin
187. Marta Barbarics, Associate Professor of Pedagogy, Department of English Language Pedagogy, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
188. Tomasz Mickiewicz, Professor of Economics, Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham, UK
189. Dr J.D. APFFEL, Doctor,Dole Hospital
190. Heloisa Pait, Assistant Professor of Sociology,São Paulo State University, UNESP
191. Yer, Senior manager, science degree
192. Reinhard Müller, Professor of Old Testament Studies, Faculty of Theology, University of Göttingen
193. Benjamin Jaeger, Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics ‚University of Southern Denmark
194. Stanislav Soskin, Doctor of Physical-Mathematical Sciences ‚Department of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Semiconductor Physics
195. Vladimir Dubrovskiy, Senior Economist, CASE Ukraine
196. Günter Gladis, Dipl. Betriebswirt, Privat
197. Nadja Saxer, Mag. phil., University of Vienna
198. Victoria Trabelsi
199. Vladimir Lvov, Dr. of Mechanical Engeneering
200. Berta J Hacha, PhD candidate,BIMSB-Max Dellbruck Centre
201. Ilya Litvak, Associate in Research, NMR instrumentation, Florida State University/National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
202. Enno Friedrich, Researcher,Heinrich-Schliemann-Institut für Altertumswissenschaften, University of Rostock
203. Johannes Hoffmann, Master of Science,TU Dresden
204. Oleksii Havrylenko, Professionnel Translator/Interpreter, Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Ukraine
205. Ivan Yaskovets, Dr.Sc., Institute of Physics, NASU, Kyiv
206. Oksana Kurylas, Dr. Phil.,Oberlandesgericht Düsseldorf
207. Eduard Vasilyev, Retired
208. Iryna Merezhko, Pharmacist, Compounding Pharmacy
209. Xaver Froehlich, Dipl.-Ing., im Ruhestand
210. Stephan Kreutzer, Technopolis Group
211. Luke Niederer, Mr., MIIS
212. Christina Grummt, Dr., AOZ
213. Jens Hölper, Diplom-Kaufmann (MBA equivalent),JLU Gießen
214. Bernd-Dieter Wiese
215. Viktoriia Galai , Caregiver‚ Private
216. York Runne, MA History, Journalist, Johan Wolfgang von Goethe Universität Frankfurt, Alma Mater
217. Lasha Chargaziia, Ph.D. Student, LMU Munich, ifo institut
218. Stefan Haufe, Professor of Computer Science,Technische Universität Berlin
219. Amalia Wuckert, M.A., Freelancer
220. Marcus Seißler, Dipl. Volkswirt, Unternehmer
221. Walter Huth, a graduate of the “Universität zu Köln”
222. Martin Herrmann , MD PhD,former ICRC
223. Tatiana Glushko, Writing Center Coordinator, Jackson State University
224. Stefan Seidlmayer, Dr. rer. nat. (Chemistry),University of Bayreuth
225. Michael Kamp, Dr. rer. nat.,Institute for AI in Medicine, University Medicine Essen and Institute for Neuroinformatics, Ruhr University Bochum, and Monash University
226. Nella Dubinskay, pensioner,University
227. Peter Brüggemann, Mr., Civilian
228. Arsen Bilalov, self-employed
229. Stefan Fischer, Dipl.-Biol., privat
230. Michael Nienhaus, Dipl. Kaufmann,
231. Andrei Yakovlev, Associate, Davis Center, Harvard University
232. Yury Ilinov, Dr. in Language Sciences, Conductor, Pianist
233. Kai Feller, Pastor for Ecumenical Relations, Ev.-Luth. Kirche in Norddeutschland
234. Lena Göthlich, Dr. rer. nat.
235. Frederik Breuer, M.A. Political Science, Private Citizen
236. Claudia Senger, Dipl. Ing. ‚Teacher
237. Jens Baganz, Dr., We are Europe! e.V.
238. Lia, Varti, Physician
239. Albert KlamtEuropean Council on Foreign Relations
240. Michael Kamp, Dipl. Ing.‚ Economy
241. Win, Arias, Scientist
242. Johannes Moser, Doctor of Economics, Frankfurt
243. Nikita Artemov, Research Fellow ‚Ruhr University Bochum
244. Paul Sowman, Professor of Clinical Sciences, Auckland University of Technology
245. Grit Laber, Dipl. Ing.
246. Разинов Виктор, Издатель,“Нобелевские лекции на русском языке”
247. Marc Mones, Master, Computer Science, Private
248. Manfred Spalinger, Archivist,Archivdienst Spalinger
249. Magdalena Kozhevnikova, Ph.D.,University of Warsaw
250. Krassen Stanchev, Professor of Economics, Sofia University and the Institute for Market Economics
251. Holger Fischer, Dr.
252. Peter Arkadiev, PhD. Habil. in Linguistics,University of Freiburg
253. Annette Schaly , Diplom Volkswirtin ‚Hamburg
254. Dr. Ute Jasper, PhD Law, ‚LawFirm HEUKING, Germany
255. Rudolf Steger, Master of Business Informatic, University of Vienna
256. Vladimir Kolesnichenko, Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Xavier University of Louisiana
257. Galina Z Goloverda, Professor of Chemistry,X avier University of Louisiana
258. Vendula Bartakova, Business Process Analyst,International Company
259. Anastasia Koptsyukh , Doctoral Researcher ‚Aalto University
260. Jörg Söchting , Artist
261. Michael Sohlman, Former Executive Director of the Nobel Foundation,IIES.SU.SE
262. Sergey Kudaev, Dr. — Ing. ‚ams OSRAM
263. Christian Stegmann , Professor of Physics, Director for Astroparticle Physics,University Potsdam, DESY
264. Alexander Gabovich, Doctor of Physics,Institute of Physics, Kyiv
265. Thomas Mueller, Professor of Chemistry,Institute of Chemistry, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
266. Patrick Kast, Dr. rer. nat., Chemist,Max-Planck-Society (Alumnus)
267. Holger Fock, Dr. phil.,Truetext Literaturübersetzungen
268. Antonino Spinelli, Dr. phil.,University of Tübingen
269. Krassen Stanchev, Professor of Economics,Sofia University and IME
270. Viola Nickel, medical doctor,Practice of Psychotherapy
271. Peter Kloetzel , Professor of Biochemistry ‚Institut für Biochemie , Charité University Medicine of Berlin
272. Christian Promitzer, PhD Assistant Professor ‚Institute of History, University of Graz
273. Andreas Umland, Associate Professor of Political Science,National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
274. Sabine Hifmann, Russian inzerpretor,Self employed
275. Ilya Tarasov, family physician,Eastern Health
276. Vyacheslav Khavrus, Dr. ‚TU Dresden
277. Gunter Greulich, Dr. med.,MVZ Westpfalz
278. Hans-Gert Linzer, Dr. Dipl.-Geol.,Retired
279. Sabine Sielemann , Dipl. Übersetzer,Privatperson
280. Dirk Enzmann, Honorary Professor,Faculty of Economics, Business and Social Sciences
281. Stefan Weyers, Dr. rer. nat.,Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Braunschweig
282. Andrey Naumov, Software Engineer,financial services
283. Oliver Schneider, M.Sc. in Accounting,University of Siegen
284. Misha Gipsman, PhD Student,Ariel University
285. Michael Krautblatter , Professor of Landslide Research ‚Technical University of Munich
286. Alexandra Zhernakova, Professor of genetics,University Medical Center Groningen
287. Alexej Kedrov, Prof. ‚Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
288. Andreas Gänsicke, Doctor for internal medicine,HerzKreislauf-Praxis Wittenberg
289. Regina’ Burkhard E. Volland, Dr.rer.nat.,TU Ilmenau
290. Michael Börgerding, Prof. ‚Intendant Theater Bremen
291. Eugen Alexander Maria Bonzel, Doctor of Medicine,Diabetespraxis Bonzel
292. Anton Erich, Master’s degree, specialization in automated mechanical engineering technology, poet,Free writer
293. Klaus Feuchtinger , Stadtrat i.R. für Umwelt und Ökologie,Keine Organisation
294. Karin Feuchtinger , Innenarchitektin i.R.
295. Vesselin Popovski, Professor ‚Jindal Global University
296. Nicolas Gillen, Doctor of Law,Frankfurt
297. Dirk Staschinski, Dr.,Privatperson
298. Katrin Brockmann , Diplom Verwaltungswirtin,Stralsund
299. Jan Bleckwedel, Diplompsychologe,University Freiburg Germany
300. Yuri Arshavsky, Biologist,UCSD
301. Maria Luisa Cicognani , Chairwoman ‚Mobius Investment Trust
302. Samuel Kutter , PhD (cantab),Entrepreneur
303. Dmitri Gorskine, engineer, researcher ‚my own laboratory, GorskineLab
304. Andrzej Danilewicz, Eng. PhD of Computational Mechanics,Former Assistant Professor in Gdansk Univ. of Technology
305. Olga Trokhimenko , Professor of German,University of North Carolina Wilmington
306. Sergey Sosnin, PhD,University of Vienna
307. Jan Wegener
308. Andrea Gullotta , Lecturer in Russian ‚University of Palermo
309. Kaiser Konstantin, Dr.,Secretary and founder of the Theodor Kramer Gesellschaft, Vienna
310. Dirk Petsch, Dipl.-Politologe,self employed
311. Maxim Boycko, Lecturer,Department of Economics, Harvard University
312. Sergei M. Mirkin, Professor and White Family Chair in Biology,Tufts University
313. Sonja Plessl, Mag.a,Theodor Kramer Society, “Zwischenwelt”, magazine for the culture of exile and resistance
314. Dr. Karen V. Beaman, Guest Lecturer in Sociolinguistics,University of Tuebingen
315. Anna Panteleeva , самозанятый,высшее педагогическое и экономическое образование
316. Dmitri Gorskine, a scientific researcher,my own laboratory
317. Yasha Gindikin, Dr. Habil,W. Fine Theoretical Physics Institute, University of Minnesota
318. Eduard Antufjew, Dipl.-Ök.,private
319. Anna Nagurney, Eugene M. Isenberg Chair in Integrative Studies, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst
320. Daniel Rolf, Radiation oncologist ‚MVZ Prof. Uhlenbrock
321. Günther Zdarsky, Dr. med.,Klinik, Bad Oeynhausen
322. Roy Kirsch, Dr. rer. nat., Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena
323. Bella Rozenblat, Ph.D. ‚International Roerich Center “AGNI”, President
324. Christian Herrmann, teacher in science of surfing, Universität Rostock
325. Michael Severin, Dr.-Ing. Aerospace Engineering, Industry
326. Yakov Freidzon, Doctor of Sciences ‚Retired
327. Maria Caballero Carrasco, Medical doctor,AINSP Diakonissenkrankenhaus Speyer
328. Dmitrij Chmelnizki, Dr.-Ing.,Freier Wissenschaftler
329. Sebastian Kamyshenko, VP,World
330. Alexander V. Kiselev, PhD in Mathematical Physics, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath
331. Marc Georges, Editeur-libraire,La Demeure du Livre
332. Aleksandra Panyutina, Dr. of Biology, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel-Aviv University
333. Farit Murtazin, Criminal Lawyer in Russia ‚Barristers’ Chamber of Moscow City
334. Vadim Gigin, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences at the Belarusian State University (2016-2021), Belarusian State University
335. Franz Brochhagen, Prof of Opera Performance ‚University of Music Dresden
336. Marita Marschall, Actress and committed to ethics and animal rights, Eyendorf
337. Franz Brochhagen, Prof of Opera Performance ‚University of Music Dresden
338. Jonathan Reed, Professor of Religious Studies, University of La Verne
339. Stephan Doempke, M.A. Psychology, Chair, World Heritage Watch
340. Ichiro Iwasaki, Professor of Economics, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University
341. Sebastian Siebert, Senior Developer, Private individual
342. Joanna Schäfer, Teacher,Berlitz
343. Jesko Sirker, Professor of Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba
344. Frank Schubert, Head of School, School of Biological Sciences, University of Portsmouth
345. Misha Kachman, Professor of Design, University of Maryland
346. Alexandra Shikhris, Piano teacher ‚Tulane University of New Orleans, Louisiana, Music Department
347. Angela Olivella
348. Aleksandr Bekshaev, Professor of Physics, I.I. Mechnikov National University, Odessa
349. Yaroslav Korpan, PhD in biotechnology, Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, NAS of Ukraine
350. Mihhail Lotman, Professor of Semiotics, University of Tartu
351. Cristina Ras, Mag. Profesora Administración Rural, Departamento de Economía, Facultad de Agronomía — UBA
352. Igor Ivanov, PhD in technical sciences, State University of Milagro
353. Baruch Meerson, Professor of Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
354. Jürgen Siepmann , Rechtsanwalt — Diplom-Physiker ‚Kanzlei am Stadtgarten
355. Bálint Magyar, Senior Researcher, CEU Democracy Institute
356. Vasilisa Kistanova, Research and development Engineer ‚Odysseus Space
357. Jan Kern, Staff Scientist, Physical Chemistry, MBIB Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
358. Vilen Chernyak, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, World Mining Congress (Retired)
359. Sebastian Bartholomäus, Dr. rer. medic.
360. Andrey Moskalenko, Professor of Physics,KAIST
361. Bálint Gárdos , Senior lecturer of English ‚Eötvös Loránd University
362. Susann Schöniger, Master,University Chemnitz
363. Niklas Netter, MSc Physics,Biozentrum, University of Basel, Basel
364. Manuel Lenhardt, Master of Science, Senior Consultant Compensation & Benefits, Riverty Finland Oy
365. Tobias Hoefling, Dr. med., self-employed
366. Robert Sosik, Doctor of Criminal Law, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Maria Sklodowska-Curie University in Lublin, Poland
367. Victor Bachmann, Versicherungskaufmann und Fotograf,Munich Re
368. Dinara Salihova
369. Bjørnar Heide
370. Ewa Balcerowicz, Chairwoman of the Surevisory Council, CASE-Center for Social and Economic Researchhch
371. Daniela Koleva, Professor of Cultural Studies, Sofia University
372. Garabed Minassian, Professor of Economics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
373. Volodymyr Sytin, International Relations Officer, International Collaboration Department, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Kyiv
374. Ashlé Neish, BSc Chemistry, University of Aberdeen


 Share this