Digital Archive

Digital Archive

Digital Archive

   There are important collections of books, photos, documents and other material related to the people from the past, which had important contribution to science, or had significant roles in the development of scientific institutions. We decided to present in digital form the legacies of most important Serbian people from the earlier period that had significant works in of mathematical sciences: pure mathematics, mechanics, astronomy, theoretical physics and geosciences.

   We plan to build digital legacies related to: Bogdan Gavriloviić (1864-1948, mathematician, one of the founders of the University of Belgrade), Mihailo Petrović Alas (1868-1943, the founder of Belgrade mathematical school), Milutin Milankoviić (1879-1958, geophysicist, astronomer, mechanist and civil engineer, best known for his theory of ice ages), Anton Bilimoviĉ (1879-1970, mechanist, the founder of the leading Serbian mathematical journal Publications de l'Institut Mathématique, 1932), Jovan Karamata (1902-1967, famous for his theory of regularly varying functions) and Đuro Kurepa (1907-1993, mathematician, known for his important contributions to set theory). A large part of the printed materials related to these scientists, as well as for some other, see Nikola Tesla - Clippings Library, especially books and scientific papers, has already been collected and partially digitized, see Virtual Library of the Faculty of Mathematics. All these scientists were professors at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Belgrade and members of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

September, 2012

Žarko Mijajlović,

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