Dzevad Belkic, Bosnian theoretical atomic physicist, educator. Research grantee Nobel Committee for Physics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 1993, 94, 97, Wenner-Gren Science Foundation, 1995, 96. Member American Physical Society, Science Association for Physics and Medicine (co-founder).
Belkic, Dzevad was born on March 11, 1946 in Bijeljina, Bosnia, Yugoslavia. Son of Salih and Hasija (Puhovac) Belkic.
Bachelor of Science, University Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1970. Master of Science, University Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy in Theoretical Physics, University Bordeaux I, France, 1977.
Postdoctoral fellow University Southern California, 1979-1980. Assistant research professor Institute Physics, Belgrade, 1972-1977, associate research professor, 1977-1988, research professor, research director, 1988-1992, research adviser, 1982-1988. Visiting professor department physics University Stockholm, 1992-1997.
Visiting professor department chemistry University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1985-1986, 97-99. Computer network adviser University Belgrade, 1984-1985. Associate professor University Bordeaux I, 1974-1977, visiting professor, 1996.
Visiting professor University Metz, France, 1996, The Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, since 2000. Titular university professor, France, since 1998. Referee Physical Review A. and Physical Review Letters, since 1980, Journal Physics A, since 1990, Journal Physics B, since 1977, Journal Physique I and II, since 1994, Physics Letters A, since 1977.
Member American Physical Society, Science Association for Physics and Medicine (co-founder).
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