Alexander Soloviev (in Serbian Александар Соловјев, in Russian Александр Соловьёв) ( 1890- 1971) was a Slavist, researcher of the Bogumils, Serbian heraldry, philately, archeology, translator from Russian and French, professor of history of Slavonic and Byzantine law at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade and Sarajevo . ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Soloviev"
Jovan Chokor ( 1885- 1946) was a Serbian epidemiologist, infectologist, and physician famous for contributing significantly to the works of Robert Koch. Aftering being informed of an error in his works, Koch wrote "[Chokor] saved humanity from a huge epidemic." ...more on Wikipedia about "Jovan Chokor"
Jovan Cvijić ( Cyrillic Јован Цвијић) ( 1865 - 1927) was the greatest Serbian geographer, president of the Serbian Royal Academy of Sciences, and rector of Belgrade University. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jovan Cvijić"
Jovan Karamata ( Serbian] Cyrillic: Јован Карамата) ( 1902- 1967) was one of the greatest Serbian mathematicians of the 20th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jovan Karamata"
Jovan Žujović ( Serbian Cyrillic: Јован Жујовић) ( 1856 - 1936) a famous anthropologist, known as a founder of geology science in Serbia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jovan Žujović"
Ljiljana Crepajac (Љиљана Црепајац) ( 1931) - Serbian classical scholar, philologist, a full professor at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade on subject: Historical grammar of Old Greek; she is the head of the Department of Classical Sciences (since 1994), and she has been a full professor since 1987. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ljiljana Crepajac"
Mateja Matejić (1924) Serbian Cyrillic Матеја Матејић - Priest of Serbian Orthodox Church, emigrant since 1945, and the Professor Emeritus of Slavic languages and Literatures at Ohio State University. Matejic graduated from the Slavic Department in the USA where he received his Ph.D. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mateja Matejić (Priest)"
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Mihailo Petrović Alas ( Serbian Cyrillic: Михаило Петровић Алас) ( 1868 - 1943), was a greatly influential Serbian mathematician and inventor. He was also a distinguished professor at Belgrade University, an academic of the Serbian Royal Academy, and a fisherman. He was a student of Henri Poincare. Petrović contributed significantly to differential equations and phenomenology, as well as inventing one of the first prototypes of an analog computer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mihailo Petrović"
Mihailo Đurić, Serbian Cyrillic Михаило Ђурић ( 1925) - A philosopher, professor at the Law School of the Belgrade University, member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Art . ...more on Wikipedia about "Mihailo Đurić"
Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin, Ph.D, LL.D. ( Serbian Cyrillic: Михајло Идворски Пупин) ( 1858, October 4 - March 12, 1935) (A.k.a "Michael I. Pupin") Serbian- American physicist, best known for devising a means of greatly extending the range of long-distance telephone communication by placing loading coils (of wire) at predetermined intervals along the transmitting wire (known as pupinization). ...more on Wikipedia about "Mihajlo Pupin"
Milan Budimir (Милан Будимир) ( 1891- 1975) the most distinguished Serbian classical scholar, professor of the Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University and head of the Department of the Classical philology. ...more on Wikipedia about "Milan Budimir"
Mileva Marić ( 19 December 1875 – 4 August 1948; Serbian Cyrillic: Милева Марић) was a Serbian mathematician, and Albert Einstein's first wife. She was Einstein's companion, colleague, and confidante: the exact degree of her participation in his discoveries is up to present day unknown and is subject of many polemics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mileva Marić"
Milorad B. Protitch (Милорад Б. Протић, Milorad B. Protić) ( August 6 1910, Belgrade - October 29 2001, Belgrade) was a Serbian astronomer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Milorad B. Protić"
Milutin Milanković ( Serbian Cyrillic: Милутин Миланковић) (also known as Milankovitch) ( May 28, 1879, Dalj near Osijek, ( Austria-Hungary) – December 12 1958, Belgrade) was a Serbian geophysicist, best known for his theory of ice ages, relating variations of the Earth's orbit and long-term climate change, now known as Milankovitch cycles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Milutin Milanković" shortopedia Is Good For You. Serbian_scientists
Archimandrite Nićifor Dučić (1832-1900), Serbian Cyrillic Нићифор Дучић, was a member of the golden pleiad of the Serbs from Herzegovina, theologian, historian and philologist who was educated in Belgrade and Paris, monk who refused the title of a bishop, devoted lover of enlightenment and patriot. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nićifor Dučić"
Nikola Tesla ( July 10, 1856 – c. January 7, 1943; Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Тесла) was a Serbian inventor, physicist, mechanical engineer and electrical engineer of profound genius. He is often regarded as one of the greatest scientists in the history of technology. In addition, Tesla is recognized among the most innovative engineers of the late 19th century and early 20th century. His patents and theoretical work form the basis of modern alternating current electric power (AC) systems, including the polyphase power distribution system and AC motor, with which he helped usher in the Second Industrial Revolution. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nikola Tesla"
Ogneslav Kostovich Stepanovich (Russian: КОСТОВИЧ Огнеслав (Игнатий) Степанович) ( 1851- 1916) was an eccentric Serbian inventor and designer living in Russia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ogneslav Kostović Stepanović"
Professor Pavle Ivić ( Serbian Cyrillic: Павле Ивић) ( December 1, 1924 - September 19, 1999) was a leading South Slavic and general dialectologist and phonologist. Both his field work and his synthesizing studies were extensive and authoritative. A few of his best-known publications are: ...more on Wikipedia about "Pavle Ivić"
Rudjer Joseph Boscovich (see name in other languages) ( May 18, 1711 – February 13, 1787), was a Jesuit, physicist, astronomer, mathematician, philosopher, diplomat and poet from Dubrovnik who later lived in England, France and Italy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rudjer Boscovich"
Sima Lozanić (Сима Лозанић) ( 1847- 1935) was a Serbian chemist, president of the Serbian Royal Academy and the first principal of University of Belgrade. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sima Lozanić"
V. Alexander Stefan, D.Sc., is an American physicist internationally renowned for his research in various areas of plasma physics and controlled thermonuclear fusion. ...more on Wikipedia about "V. Alexander Stefan" It's real www.shortopedia.com feeling!
Veselin Čajkanović ( Cyrillic Веселин Чајкановић ( 1881 - 1946)) was a Serbian classical scholar, historian of religion, interpreter from Greek and Latin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Veselin Čajkanović"
Vladimir Ćorović (Владимир Ћоровић) ( October 27, 1885, Mostar - April 16 1941, Greece) is a Serbian historian of great syntheses, with the Viennese Ph.D. of Philosophical studies ( 1908). ...more on Wikipedia about "Vladimir Ćorović"
Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (Вук Стефановић Караџић) ( November 7, 1787 - February 7, 1864) was a Serb linguist and major reformer of the Serbian language. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vuk Stefanović Karadžić"
Đuro Kurepa ( Serbian Cyrillic: Ђуро Курепа) ( 1907- 1993) was the greatest Serbian mathematician of the second half of the twentieth century. Kurepa had an enormous influence on the development of mathematics in the former Yugoslavia. Kurepa’s most renowned work is in logic and set theory. The Kurepa tree bears his name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Đuro Kurepa"
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