Jordan Malinovski

Jordan Malinovski (Bulgarian: Йордан Малиновски; 3 June 1923–12 March 1996) is an eminent Bulgarian scientist, specializing in physical Chemistry, a member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (1979–1996). President of BAS (1992 — 1996).

BiographyEdit

Jordan Malinovski was born in Sliven Bulgaria 1923. He studied, worked and died in Sofia.[1]

EducationEdit

Jordan Malinovski studied in the Sofia University 1948 and obtained Dr. in chemistry 1958, and D.Sc. 1959.

Professional experienceEdit

Jordan Malinovski was assistant Prof. (1948–1958) in the Institute of Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He became Associate Professor 1959, and Professor 1964 – in the Institute of Physical Chemistry - BAS. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences elected him to a corresponding member 1979, member 1989, and President (1992–1996).

Jordan Malinovski was founder and first director of the Central Laboratory of Photo Process, now Institute of Optical Materials and Technologies BAS from 1967 to 1992 [1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Централна лаборатория по фотопроцеси" (PDF). Информационен Бюлетин на БАН, брой 8, август 2008, стр. 14. August 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 November 2009. Retrieved 23 January 2010.

L. Spasov, G. Кamisheva, "Мilko Borisov for himself and others for him", Sofia, Акад. изд. "Prof. M. Drinov", 2008, p. 208