We don’t know much about the early years of Eoos.

1980: founding of Eoos

1980-1990

1980-1987: ?

1987-1988: Catherine Steur

1988-1989: Johan Buggenhout

1989-1990: Johan Buggenhout

1990-2000

1990-1991: Joris Heirbout

1991-1992: Koen Vandenheuvel

1992-1993: An Trouwaen

1993-1994: Tom Dekeyzer

1994-1995: Pieter Thienpont

1995-1996: Bruno Therry

1996-1997: Miet Deceuninck

1997-1998: Mikaël Bauer & Jeroen Van Dyck

1998-1999: Jeroen Van Dyck

1999-2000: Luk Gerits

2000-2010

2000-2001: Leen Lutters

2001-2002: Hendrik Hammeeuw

2002-2003: Anthony Van Beneden

2003-2004: Tobias Desmet (Egyptology) & Mathias Groenweghe

2004-2005: Pieter Rymen

2005-2006: Rob Tuerlinckx (Arabic Studies)

2006-2007: Malcolm Sutherland

2007-2008: Caroline Medats & Eleonore Milbou (Arabic Studies)

2008-2009: Bert Willems (Slavic Studies)

2009-2010: Reinoud Dupan (Arabic Studies)

2010-2015

2010-2011: Charlotte Meulemeester (Slavic Studies)

2011-2012: In this year, Eoos was governed by a counsil of vice presidents:
Sander Beelaert (Syro-Mesopotamia), Joren Claesen (Japanology), Evelien Leemans (Arabic Studies), Kenneth Leemans (Slavic Studies) en Thomas Van Hoey (Sinology)

2012-2013: Sander Beelaert (Syro-Mesopotamia)

2013-2014: Thomas Van Hoey (Sinology)

2014-2015: Ann-Sofie Van Enis (Japanology)

2015-2016: Céline Debourse (Old Near East)

2016-2017: Yentl Biebaut (Sinology)