Academy / Society

Our Society has the following members (as of February 14, 2014). All members participate in electing a new president every three years. New elections have been announced to be held between July 1-10, 2014. Candidates for the position of the President have sent their CV before March 10, 2014. The President of the Society is required to be physically present at the WSEAS Headquarters at least 3 days per week. Our members will receive instructions of how to vote by email.
WSEAS is also a non-profit international research Academy, with several research projects having been carried out at WSEAS or in collaboration with WSEAS. Many Summer Schools and Seminars have also been organized by our Academy in the last 15 years. Several research collaborations have been successfully completed and through those research projects many students received their Ph.D. by our collaborating universities.


Papers in WSEAS Conferences and Journals are subject to thorough peer review. The names of the Reviewers appear in the Proceedings and are, consequently, sent to all collaborating indexes. Qualified colleagues are always invited to participate in the review process. Visit this page for more details.
Nobody can qualify to become a WSEAS Reviewer without proper academic qualifications (i.e. recent publications in SCOPUS and ISI). Reviewers whose review work is not thorough or who are not longer active are immediately removed from our reviewers' list. Therefore, our list only includes active reviewers. The names of all conference reviewers are also published in the WSEAS post-conference reports.
Additionally, WSEAS is an academic publisher with open access journals (public PDF on the web plus hard copy).  You can also directly contact the Editors-in-Chief or previous authors.
Check the SCImago Factor (actually an Impact Factor based on SCOPUS Indexing) for WSEAS Journals here:
Check also the SNIP (another measure of SCOPUS Indexing) of WSEAS Journals here:

Bulletin Board

WSEAS Conferences in Mallorca, Spain, August 2016

Photos from the Sessions

First excursion

Second excursion

CSCC 2016 footage

Interviews from Corfu, Greece, July 2016

WSEAS Conferences in Corfu, Greece, July 2016

Photos from the Sessions

Celebration of the 20 Years of the Society

Plenary Speech of Prof. Tarek Saadawi, City University of New York

Plenary Speech of A.Yahalom, Ariel University, Israel (Part I)

Plenary Speech of A.Yahalom, Ariel University, Israel (Part II)

June 28th, 2016:

Photos from the WSEAS Conferences and excursion in Ischia, Italy


November 16th, 2015:

Photos from the WSEAS Conferences in Rome, Italy

Seoul, Korea: Interviews

August 18th, 2015:

Photos from the WSEAS Conferences in Salerno, Italy

New Interviews

Professor M. Katehakis:

"WSEAS is an international well-respected Society"

January 13th, 2015:

WSEAS Transactions Acceptance Rates for 2013-2014

Geneva, Switzerland: Interviews

Istanbul, Turkey: Interviews

December 8th, 2014:

Photos from the WSEAS Conferences in Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy: Events and Interviews

Lisbon, Portugal: Events and Interviews

Awards and Distinctions

Prof. Eleonora Catsigeras winner of the "For Women on Science" L'Oreal-UNESCO 2014 of Uruguay Award.

October 1st, 2014:

"Image Analysis Inspired by Physical Electro-Magnetic Fields" by Dr. Xiaodong Zhuang and Prof. Nikos Mastorakis now available

September 22nd, 2014:

Photos from the WSEAS Conferences in Salerno, Italy
and from the Conference Excursion in Pompei

July 29th, 2014: New Interviews - Plenary Lectures

Prof. Paul G. Mezey, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Prof. Paul D. Sclavounos, MIT
Prof. George Vachtsevanos, GIT, USA

Awards and Distinctions

Prof. Nikos Mastorakis honoured at the University of Salerno.

Prof. Francesco Mainardi honoured with the prestigious Mittag-Leffler Award.

New Interviews

More Videos

June 18th, 2014:

Impressions from Recent WSEAS Conferences

Distinction for WSEAS Research Projects



The registration fee for all our conferences now covers papers up to 10 pages instead of six that was the previous limit.