General Assembly is the supreme body of the CNIC consortium.
The scope of authority of the General Assembly includes:
The current chairperson of the CNIC General Assembly is Dr. h. c. prof. MVDr. Jana Mojžišová, PhD., rector of the University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Košice.
The members of the CNIC General Assembly are:
Board of Directors is a statutory body of the consortium managing the activities thereof and acting on its behalf. It also decides on all matters of CNIC, except those falling under the scope of authority of the General Assembly, the Supervisory Board or the Advisory Board.
Members of Board of Directors are representatives of each of the founding members of CNIC and the acceding members. Each of the founding and acceding members is represented by one representative in the Board of Directors. Term of office of members of Board of Directors is five years, and a member of Board of Directors can be elected repeatedly. Members of Board of Directors elect the chairperson of Board of Directors from among themselves.
The scope of authority of Board of Directors includes:
Furthermore, Board of Directors is obliged to immediately inform Supervisory Board of all facts that can significantly affect the development of business activity and state of CNIC assets, especially its liquidity. Members of Board of Directors are obliged, at the request of Supervisory Board or its members, to attend the meeting of Supervisory Board and to provide its members with additional information to the submitted reports to required extent.
Members of Board of Directors:
Specialist in biophysics, biophotonics and nanotechnologies.
He completed numerous work and lecture stays abroad (Europe, USA, Brazil, Egypt, India). As an invited professor, he gave lectures at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, the University of Orléans, and the Institute of the Structure of Matter in Madrid. In 2006, he received the prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
Founder and CTO at SAFTRA photonics s.r.o. Winner of numerous international technology competitions (Prague, London, Brussels 2018).
He was twice honoured by the award “Scientist of the Slovak Republic” (2014 and 2017).
President of the Košice self-governing region.
He graduated from the University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Business Administration in Košice. After graduating, he started his own business, later worked as a project manager at the University of Pavol Jozef Šafárik in Košice.
He has been working in public administration since 2010. He was the deputy mayor of the Košice - Staré mesto District. Later, he was elected MP of the regional parliament and in 2017 was elected president of the Košice self-governing region.
Since 2018, he has been a member of the European Committee of the Regions, the Commission for Territorial Cohesion Policy and the EU Budget (COTER) and also the Commission for the Environment, Climate Change and Energy (ENVE). Since 2020, he has been the vice-chairman of the ENVE commission in the European Committee of the Regions in Brussels.
Mayor of Košice.
He graduated from the Faculty of Metallurgy at the Technical University in Košice and in 2000 he received the prize of the director of the U. S. Steel Košice Research and Testing Institute for the best research work in 2000.
He founded one of the largest companies for the export of waste in eastern Slovakia, held the position of chairman of the Union of Slovak Car Transporters, was one of the founders and co-organizers of the Košice - North District Hockey Town.
From 2010 to 2014, he was the head of the Municipal Council of Košice - North District, and in 2018 was elected the mayor of Košice.
Vice-Rector for foreign relations and mobility.
Head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Measurement and vice-rector for international relations and mobility at the Technical University in Košice. He earned his academic degrees at the Technical University in Košice. His scientific focus is additive manufacturing, 3D bioprinting, human biomechanics and medical thermography, and his technological focus is additive technologies in implantology and 3D printing.
He was a member of the ASTM, E20 Temperature measurement, F42 Technologies of Additive manufacturing commissions. He is one of the founders of the Young Biomedical Engineers and Researchers Conference (YBERC). He is also a member of the leading research team in the field of biomedical research and a member of the editorial board of Journal of Productivity and Innovation and Clinician and Technology Journal.
He holds the position of visiting professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering PB, Bialystok, and completed stays at the Ghent University and UIC in Chicago.
Biotechnology and biochemistry specialist, graduated in 1995. From 1996, he worked for Shimadzu Corporation in various positions, starting at the Analytical Chemistry Division as a regional sales manager, then as a R&D branch specialist for the Shimadzu Austria headquarters.
From 2011, he worked as a project manager for EC international projects and was a member of the Shimadzu expert council for biotechnology and mass spectrometry. He founded two spin-off companies in the field of biotechnology and biomedical research. After 20 years at Shimadzu, he continued to work as CEO for three companies. He has extensive experience and skills in global international trade and commerce.
Vice-President of the SAS for Science, Research and Innovation.
Scientist at the Center for Low Temperature Physics, Institute of Experimental Physics of the SAS in Košice since 1980.
He received his doctor’s degree in Physics at the P.J. Šafárik University in Košice, DrSc. degree at the Department of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, and professorship at the Department of Physics at the P.J. Šafárik University in Košice. His areas of scientific interest are physics of condensed matter at very low temperatures and high magnetic fields, field of highly correlated electron systems and new superconductors, point contact spectroscopy, scanning tunneling spectroscopy, transport and thermodynamic measurements.
He coordinates many national and European projects and is cited more than 1200 times in WOS and has a Hirsch index of 23. In addition to being a researcher at the Center for Low Temperature Physics, he holds membership in many institutions, including Slovak Academy of Sciences, its presidency and the SAS Learned Society.
In addition to completing a postdoctoral stay at the High Magnetic Field Laboratory at the Max-Planck Institute FKF Grenoble, he was also a visiting professor at the Joseph Fourier University.
Supervisory Board is a control body monitoring how the Board of Directors exercises its powers and conducts the consortium’s activities.
It consists of 3 members elected by General Assembly for a period of 5 years. Members of Supervisory Board elect a chairperson and a vice-chairperson from among themselves.
Members of Supervisory Board are:
Advisory Board is an advisory body providing recommendations to the consortium at the request of any of the bodies.
It is made up of experts from various fields of science, research, development and practice. Candidates for Advisory Board members can be proposed by Board of Directors as well as individual CNIC members.