Marko Robnik

    Marko Robnik
    Mladinska 3, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
    University of Maribor, Slovenia

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    Professor Dr. Marko Robnik, Member of EASA
    Director of CAMTP

    Born: 17 August, 1954 in Maribor, Slovenia
    1973 – 1978: phys. undergraduate at Univ. of Ljubljana and Hamburg
    1978 – 1981: PhD position, Univ. of Bonn (Prof. Wolfgang Kundt)
    1980 – 1984: Research Fellow, Inst. für Astrophysik, Univ. of Bonn
    1984 – 1985: Research Associate (postdoc), Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Bristol, England (Prof. M. V. Berry)
    1985 – 1987: Research Associate in Theor. Phys., an independent academic staff position at the Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Bristol, England
    1987 – 1988: Research Associate Prof. at the Max-Planck-Inst. für Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Germany
    1989 – 1989: Visiting Associate Research Prof., Institute for Theor. Physics, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, USA
    1989 – 1990: Founding Director of CAMTP, the Center for Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Univ. of Maribor, Slovenia
    1990 – present Director of Research and Managing Director of CAMTP
    November 1997: the Highest State Award of the Republic of Slovenia for the Scientific Research Work (Zois Award)
    May 1998: Elected Full Prof. of Physics at the Univ. of Ljubljana
    November 1998: JSPS Fellowship visiting Professor (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), Waseda Univ., Tokyo
    November 2005: Visiting Research Professor at ATR - Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Seika-cho, Kyoto, Japan
    March 2004, February 2008: Lecturer at the I. and IV. SOCRATES Workshop at the Univ. of Marburg, Germanny
    November 2012: Elected Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Salzburg
    September 2014: Leonhard Euler Prize of the International Society of Difference and Differential Equations (Homburg, Germany)
    October-November 2017: Visiting Professor at the Huaqiao Univ., Quanzhou, China

    Positions held:

    Director of the International Summer Schools/Conferences "Let's Face Chaos through Nonlinear Dynamics" in Ljubljana (1993 and 1994), and Maribor (1996, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2011 and 2014).
    Since 2000 Co-Organizer and Co-Director of European Advanced Studies Conferences, jointly with Professor Tassos Bountis, Patras, and Dr. Andreas Ruffing, TUM Munich (Bexbach, Germany 2000; Otočec, Slovenia 2001; Trakoščan, Croatia 2002, Novacellla, Italy 2003; Patras and Ancient Olympia 2004, Maribor 2005, Novacella, Italy 2006, Homburg, Germany 2007, Maribor 2008, Homburg, Germany 2014).
    12 – 15 May 2000: Coorganizer and Local Organizer of the 1st WIGVKonferenz, CAMTP, University of Maribor, Slovenia, together with Prof. Julius Wess, Ludwig Maximilian Univ., Munich and Max-Planck-Inst. for Physics, Munich. (Initiative for the Support of Science in Former Yugoslavia).
    Since 1999 Co-Organizer and Co-Director of Slovenia-Japan Seminars on Nonlinear Science, jointly with Professor Yoji Aizawa, Waseda Univ., Tokyo So far 13 meetings: Maribor 1999 and 2002; Tokyo Nov. 2002; Maribor, July 2003; Tokyo and Kyoto Nov. 2003; Maribor July 2005; Novacella, Italy Oct. 2006; Maribor July 2007; Osaka Nov. 2007; Maribor July 2008; University of Tokyo Nov. 2008; Maribor Oct. 2009, Waseda Univ. Tokyo and Osaka Prefecture Univ. 2010, Waseda Univ. Tokyo and Nara Women's Univ. 2014. Typically 3 working days per event and place.
    Since 2002 Director and Organizer of the Symposia of Physicists at the University of Maribor – Christmas Symposia (since 2002 every year in Dec., 3 working days).
    Organizer of the II. and IV. SOCRATES Workshops: Univ. of Maribor, CAMTP, Sept. 2004, and Febr. 2009.
    Coordinator of the 1st Out of the Box Conf., Innovative ways to improve the culture of living, Univ. of Maribor, 15-18 May 2012, with 30 eminent invited speakers, among them 3 Nobel Prize Laureates.
    The main organizer of the International Summer School Let's Face Complexity: New Bridges Between Physical and Social Sciences, Lake Como School of Advanced Studies, Como, Italy, 4–8 September 2017 (with T. Bountis, S. Grossmann and M. Perc).

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