The President of BAS, Prof. Julian Revalski, Full Member of the Academy, talked with the newly appointed Ambassador of Pakistan to Bulgaria, HE Mariam Madiha Aftab and Deputy Head of Mission, Omer Manzoor Malik. […]
Scientists from BAS and SU “St. Kliment Ohridski” are celebrating together the Third World Logic Day
The Third World Logic Day will be celebrated worldwide on 14 January 2021 with a number of scientific forums. World Logic Day was held for the first time on 14 January 2019. The date is associated with two of the greatest logicians of the twentieth century. Kurt Gödel died on 14 January 1978, and Alfred Tarski was born on 14 January 1901. On 13 November 2019, UNESCO declared 14 January as World Logic Day and included it in its calendar of International UNESCO Days. The event is extremely popular. Last year it was marked with 60 scientific forums in 35 countries, and this year there are currently requests for 45 scientific forums from 27 countries. […]
This is a list of the five Bulgarian scientific institutions with the largest number of publications in the Scopus database for the period 2017-2019. Together, these institutions represent 72.4% of all Bulgarian publications in the Scopus database. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - BAS Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” Technical University of Sofia Medical University Sofia University Hospital Alexandrovska #Scopus is the largest database of abstracts and citations of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. Scopus provides a comprehensive overview of the results of global research in science, technology, medicine, social sciences and the arts and humanities, with intelligent tools for tracking, analysing and visualising research.
Twenty-five scientists from BAS are among the top two percent of top scientists in the world, according to a ranking by Stanford University. Bulgarian researchers are from different fields of science and occupy a leading position in the ranking of the American University in competition with millions of their colleagues from around the world. The ranking groups all researchers in 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields. It is compiled on the basis of a complex analysis which includes information on the number of citations, H-index, corrected in co-authorship Hm-index, citations of articles within different positions of authorship and others. Here is the list of scientists from BAS in the order of their appearance in the ranking as well as the place they occupy in the [...]
The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) includes dozens of the most prominent Bulgarian clinicians, biologists, immunologists, virologists, geneticists, mathematicians and other diverse specialists who are involved in the problems of the global pandemic caused by the new coronavirus. With their research work and active participation in various media presentations, where they share the most up-to-date and objective data on the pandemic, they contribute a lot to the proper awareness of the public and to the scientifically based guidelines for the fight against coronavirus. With all this in mind, we consider it necessary to express our opinion on the forthcoming vaccination campaign against coronavirus infection, as a result of the analysis of the existing data from the world literature and current practice. […]
Representatives of IEFSEM – BAS participated, on 17 December, in the last meeting for the year of the Council for Work with Bulgarians Abroad to the Vice President of the Republic of Bulgaria, at which the successful implementation of the initiative “Awake Bulgaria” was reported. The Institute of Ethnology and Folklore with Ethnographic Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences is the main partner in the initiative and, in addition to its expert work, it has been actively involved in its promotion outside the boundaries of the country. […]