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Juras Pozela

physicist

Juras Pozela, Russian physicist. Recipient Lenin prize, 1978, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, State prize, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1988, State prize, Lithuania, 1965, 82. Member Lithuanian and Russian Academies of Science, Academy Europea, European Academy of Sciences and Arts and of the World Federation of Scientists.

Background

Pozela, Juras was born on December 5, 1925 in Moscow. Son of Karolis and Eugenija (Tautkaite) Pozela.

Education

Graduate physicist, Moscow University, 1952. Doctor in Sciences, Ioffe Physico-Technology Institute, Leningrad, Russia, 1964. Professor, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 1966.

Career

Post graduate student Semiconductor Institute, Leningrad, 1953-1956. Researcher Physics and Mathematics Institute Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Vilnius, 1956-1963, director semiconductor physics institute, 1967-1985, vice president, 1972-1984, president, 1984-1992. Member parliament Lithuanian Republic Seimas, 1992-1996.

Professor Semiconductor Physics Institute. President Lithuanian Branch of World Laboratory of International Center Scientific, Culture. Professor Vilnius University, 1966-1968.

Member editorial board Journal Physical Technology Poluprov., St. Petersburg, Russia, since 1967, Lithuanian Journal Physics, Vilnius, since 1963.

Membership

Member Lithuanian and Russian Academies of Science, Academy Europea, European Academy of Sciences and Arts and of the World Federation of Scientists.

Connections

Married Rima Galusina, September 12, 1953. Children; Elena, Karolis.

father:
Karolis Pozela

mother:
Eugenija (Tautkaite) Pozela

spouse:
Rima Galusina