Categories
chemist

The study of Georgi Nadjakov declared an EPS Historic Site

By Alexander Petrov, Radostina Kamburova. Published on 25 June 2014 in:
Awards, June 2014, , , ,

On the eve of the 24 May 2014, which is the Bulgarian holiday of Culture and Literacy as well as the feast of Cyril and Methodius brothers, the patron saints of Europe, the European Physical Society [EPS] commemorated the distinguished Bulgarian physicist Georgi Nadjakov by declaring his study in Sofia, Bulgaria, an EPS Historic Site as part of the scientific and cultural heritage of the old continent.
The announcement was made during an official ceremony in the Nadjakov Institute of Solid State Physics [ISSP] at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences [BAS] by Prof. Luisa Cifarelli, Chair of EPS Historic Sites Committee, who…

Read On No Comments
 News from the EPS 

Executive Committee Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria

By Martina Knoop. Published on 10 June 2011 in:
News, , , , ,

The EPS Executive Committee travelled to Sofia over 20-21 May, to meet with representatives from the Balkan Physical Union and the Union of Bulgarian Physicists.

Our Bulgarian colleagues demonstrated impressive levels of activity; with the organisation of various schools, publications and workshops – in spite of their struggles with a very tight context for research and teaching…

Read On No Comments
 News from the EPS 

chemist