The Scientific Advisory Board is in addition to the Board of Directors, the General Assembly and the Management, another body of the asc(s. It exists since the founding of the asc (s in the spring of 2008. The Board members are volunteers. They are appointed for two years.
The Scientific Advisory Board has the following priority tasks:
- They advise the management of the asc(s with its focus in the research concepts and research priorities and the choice to be undertaken and funding industrial projects.
- They promote the connection of the asc(s to scientists and research institutions to the same or allied fields of knowledge at home and abroad.
- They support the asc(s of advancing its research program, taking into account the latest research from other research institutions.