Dr Mattias Björnmalm is an experienced scientist & policy professional with current roles including Advisor for Research & Innovation at CESAER, vice-chair of policy for the Marie Curie Alumni Association, and editor for the science & policy journal Angle.

In addition to his advocacy and policy experience, Mattias has an extensive scientific background in engineering, nanoscience & biomedicine, with dozens of publications in peer-reviewed journals.

In 2017, he was awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from the European Union; during this process he was selected as one of Europe’s thirty most “highly promising researchers” out of the 8,916 funding proposals submitted.

In 2019, he was awarded an Imperial College London President’s Award: “recognized for outstanding achievements in policy engagement“.

Mattias is based in Brussels and London.

Speaker engagements and independent consultancy

To discuss potential speaker engagements, media engagements, article contributions, opinion pieces, commentary and similar please get in touch. In addition to extensive scientific and advocacy & policy experience, Mattias has experience of mass media outlets having been interviewed both on TV (incl. ABC News) and in news papers (incl. Herald Sun).

Mattias also engages in independent consultancy and expert advice for external projects, please get in touch with a proposal to explore options.

Mattias as invited panelist at a European Commission event in Toulouse, France.