The Scientific Committee, composed of a maximum of 20 members from different disciplines, is an advisory body that guarantees the scientific relevance and quality of the GIS activities.
It meets at least four times a year and is chaired by a member elected from among its members for 5 years.
The Committee proposes actions, presents recommendations on scientific guidance, studies research programmes, the modalities of their implemantation, and examines the results obtained.
It assesses the projects submitted in response to CFPs and participates in the selection of dissertations nominated for the GI’s Thesis Award.
It gives its opinion to the Steering Committee regarding the scientific and financial report drafted by the GIS direction.