Dr Christian de Vartavan is the CEO of PROJECTIS. He is a scholar who has made 40 scientific discoveries, written and published 10 books and contributed work published in university text books and encyclopaediae across five different scientific disciplines.
Christian lives in London and is a Fellow of both the Linnean Society and the Royal Society of Arts (UK). He was educated at UCL and holds degrees in Archaeology, Environmental Archaeology and Egyptology.
Some of his career highlights include:
- Being inducted into the Hall of Fame of Egyptology and Open Archive at Oxford University for his study of the Tutankhamun plant remains. He is one of just two living Egyptologists to hold this honour among 110 Egyptologists to have their work archived there. This archive is now part of the United Kingdom's National Archives.
- Creating what many regard as the best classification of sciences of all time.
- Conducting a rare parallel career in communication and thought leadership as Vice President of his family’s international cement technology company.
- Winning a national award and having his research and discoveries covered on the news, including a front and back page double spread in The Times.
Christian serves as a speaker and expert at the APPG-Blockchain group (House of Lords & House of Commons) of the UK parliament. On behalf of PROJECTIS, he is the Global Ambassador of PUBLIQ, a non profit distributed blockchain media foundation. He is also a Tech London Advocate, and is regularly booked as a speaker and a panellist. He comes from a long line of royal, presidential or governmental advisors who have paved the way for others in trade, business, economics and science.