Place of Ceremony: Assembly Hall
Host Institution: University of Tartu
Host Country: Tartu, Estonia
(Tartu, Estonia November 10, 2011). The World Cultural Council celebrated it’s 28th Award Ceremony with the host of the University of Tartu.
Professor Geoffrey Alan Ozin, Canada Research Chair and Distinguished University received the 2011 Albert Einstein World Award of Science from Edmond H. Fischer, President of the World Cultural Council and Prof. Alar Karis, Rector of the University of Tartu and authorities of the World Cultural Council.
“It is an incredible honour to receive the WCC Albert Einstein Award for my career contributions to Nanochemistry.
“I am deeply indebted to WCC for recognizing my pioneering contributions to the field of Nanochemistry and the true benefits and well being that my research has brought to humankind”.
Prof. Geoffrey Alan Ozin
Todd Siler, visual artist, writer, inventor and polymath received the 2011 “Leonardo da Vinci” World Award of Arts from Edmond H. Fischer, President of the World Cultural Council and Alar Karis, Rector of the University of Tartu and authorities of the World Cultural Council.
“Countless thanks go to the Members of the Board of the World Cultural Council who were so kind to recognize my work over a lifetime, to Ron and Frayda Feldman, who have tirelessly and generously championed my artwork over three decades through their bold exhibitions at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York City and I extend this deep gratitude to the Rector of the University of Tartu for allowing me to present my work to this vibrant community of inquisitive minds”.