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physicist

Stefan Janos, Slovak physicist. Application of cryogenics in medicine and technical Institute of Experimental Physics, Kosice, 1980—1984.

Background

Janos, Stefan was born on December 22, 1943 in Kuchyna, Slovak Republic. Son of Jozef and Maria Skvarova Janos.

Education

Abiturient, Gymnasium, Slovak Republic, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Safarik University, 1976.

Career

Research assistant Science Faculty, Safarik University, Kosice, Slovakia, 1967—1976, senior research fellow Slovakia, 1976—1980. Head low temperature laboratory Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovakia, 1980—1984. Docent Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, 1984—1990.

Research assistant University Bern (Switzerland), 1990—1994, senior research assistant, 1994—1997, docent ii, 1997—2004, titular professor, 2004. Member collegium Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, 1980—1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of Ballistic temperature point-contact spectroscopy. Patents for Cryoextractor for ophthalmology. Patents for Cryogenic applicator for gynecology.

    Patents for Liquid nitrogen supplier. Patents for Preparation of high-temperature thin films superconductors. Invention of High pin-density feedthrough for superfluid helium applications.

    Development of Cryogenic detector for dark matter search. Discovery of Lazarus Effect. Research in Phase transition of superconducting grains and microstructures.

Membership

Application of cryogenics in medicine and technical Institute of Experimental Physics, Kosice, 1980—1984.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Jogging, swimming, classical music.

Connections

Married Helena Gerhart, May 10, 1974. Children: Helena, Juraj.

father:
Jozef Janos

mother:
Maria Skvarova Janos

spouse:
Helena Gerhart

child:
Helena Janos

child:
Juraj Janos