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In memoriam

The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences with deep sadness announces that on 19 January 2020, after a short illness, Academician Blagovest Hristov Sendov passed away at the age of 87. Acad. Blagovest Sendov was a world-renowned Bulgarian mathematician, eminent statesman and public figure. Academician Sendov was born on 8 February 1932 in Asenovgrad. In 1956, he graduated in Mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics of Sofia University "St. Kl. Ohridski ”; from 1960 to 1961 specialized in Moscow State University; in 1964 defended his PhD thesis and in 1967 became doctor of science. In 1968, he was elected professor of computational mathematics, in 1974 - corresponding member of BAS, and in 1981 - academician. He was the youngest doctor of sciences, the youngest professor and the [...]

2020-01-23T15:57:37+02:00Monday, 20 January 2020|Categories: AACM|

National Round Table “Jewish labour service during World War II – rescue plan or repressive measure”

On 17 January 2020, a scientific round table was held at the Central Military Club organized by the Institute for Historical Studies of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Independent Historical Society on "Jewish labor service during World War II - rescue plan or repressive measure". The round table was attended by the Deputy Minister of Education and Science Petar Nikolov, the Deputy Minister of Culture Rumen Dimitrov, the Member of Parliament Assoc. Prof. Milen Mihov, the Vice-President of BAS Prof. Vassil Nikolov, the Director of the Office of the American Jewish Committee in Bulgaria, representatives of the organization Shalom, the Bulgarian-Jewish Research Institute, the Archives State Agency and other public and scientific organizations. The results of a scientific project of the Institute for [...]

2020-01-21T14:25:43+02:00Friday, 17 January 2020|Categories: Cultural-historical Heritage and National Identity|

BAS to host Danube Academies Conference on climate research in October

The President of BAS - Prof. Julian Revalski, full member of the Academy, had a working meeting with Prof. Felix Unger, President of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. The meeting was held in BAS on 16 January 2020. One of the main activities of the European Academy has been holding of the Danube Academies Conference since 2011. In 2020, the Conference will be held in Sofia, and the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences will host the event on 15 and 16 October 2020. The topic will be related to climate research. The meeting was attended by Prof. Evdokia Pasheva, Scientific Secretary-General of BAS, and Corr.-Mem. Dimitar Ivanov, Scientific Secretary of division “Biodiversity, Bioresources and Ecology”. The Danube Academies Conference brings together all the national [...]

An exhibition dedicated to the 130th anniversary of the arrival of Mikhailo Dragomanov in Bulgaria

An exhibition dedicated to the 130th anniversary of the arrival of Mkhailo Dragomanov in Bulgaria was opened on 18 December in the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The exposition has been arranged by the Scientific Archives of BAS and is conducted under the auspices of the President of BAS, Prof. Julian Revalski, full member of the Academy and the Ambassador of Ukraine to Bulgaria, H.E. Vitaliy Moskalenko. The opening was also attended by the ambassadors of Poland, Serbia, Moldova and Russia. […]

2020-01-21T15:14:44+02:00Wednesday, 18 December 2019|Categories: Cultural-historical Heritage and National Identity|

Talented pupils present projects at the jubilee science fair “150th Anniversary of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences”

Young talents present 15 projects in the field of natural sciences within the jubilee science fair “150 Years of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences”. The two-day event is organized by the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science and is being held in the conference hall of the Ancient Cultural and Communication Complex “Serdika” (Sofia Largo). […]

Communication from the Board of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

On 03.12.2019, the Assembly of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MASA) adopted a “Charter of the Macedonian Language”. It constructs historical and linguistic arguments in defense of the official literary language of the Republic of North Macedonia as a separate, independent language with continuity and genealogy defined in Skopje as “Macedonian”. The document raises very serious scientific objections. Therefore, it has been discussed by the Board of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, after which opinions have been requested and presented by three institutes of the Academy: the Institute for Bulgarian Language, the Cyrillo-Methodian Research Centre and the Institute for Historical Studies. The submitted opinions have also been supported by individual positions of members of the Assembly of Academicians and Corresponding Members of BAS [...]

2020-01-21T15:21:09+02:00Wednesday, 11 December 2019|Categories: General Academic News, Selected|Tags: |