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Memoirs

Created: 18.04.2011
Updated: 23.4.2021

Curriculum Vitae
Publications
Books  Articles  Reports  Manuscripts  Citations
Films
Historical  Documentary  Outside
Assoc. Prof. Ph.D.
GANKA KAMISHEVA
Reports and Posters
2018

26. G. Kamisheva, Consequences of the Maneff's theory, 5 International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, 2–3 July 2018, Vienna, Austria (Report)

25. E. Nazarova, G. Kamisheva, Eugene Leyarovski Founder of the Contemporary Low Temperature Physics in Bulgaria, 10 Jubilee Conference of the Balkan Physical Union, 26–30 August 2018 (Poster)

24. G. Kamisheva, Union of Physicists in Bulgaria 120 Years Jubilee, 3rd International Conference on the History of Physics, 17–20 October 2018, Donostia/San Sebastian, Spain (Report)

2017

23. G. Kamisheva, Beyond Nature in Bulgarian Science and Literature, 2nd International Workshop in the Framework of “Hermoupolis Seminars”, Syros, Greece, 5–8 July 2017 (report) – Program

2016

22. G. Kamisheva, Nestor Marcoff contribution to Bulgarian physical and mathematical education. – Mathematical metods and models in Biosciences, International Conference, South-West University, centre Bachinovo, Blagoevgrad, 19–25 June 2016 (Poster).

21. G. Kamisheva, Bulgarian textbooks on physics up to 1878, 2nd International Conference on the History of Physics, Polaw, Austria, 5–7 September 2016 (poster)

2014

20. G. Kamisheva, First experimental physics results in Bulgaria, International Conference on the History of Physics,Trinity College, Cambridge, UK, 4–5 September 2014 (poster)

19. G. Kamisheva, Georgi Nadjakov Museum, Symposium "The Study of Georgi Nadjakov", Institute of Solid State Physics, BAS, 23 May 2014, 16:00 P.M.

2012

18. G. Kamisheva, History of Science and Technology in Bulgaria (Museum for History of Physics), History of Science and Technology in Southeastern Europe, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece, 4 February 2012 (Invited).

17. G. Kamisheva, Professor Elisabeth Kara-Michailova, 100 Years of Cosmic Rays, Second international conference on the European History of Physics of the series: The Roots of Physics in Europe, In the first European Centre for the History of Physics: Echophysics, Schloss 1, Poellau Castle, 8225 Poellau, Austria, 4–5 May 2012.

2011

16. G. Kamisheva, Superconductivity in Bulgaria (Historical Remarks), Joint Annual Meeting of Switzerland Physical Society and Australian Physical Society, Lausanne, Switzerland, 15–17 June 2011 (Poster).

15. G. Kamisheva, A Brief History of Superconductivity in Bulgaria, Symposium "Dissemination and Development of Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans", Sofia, Bulgaria, 17–18 October 2011 (Poster).

14. G. Kamisheva, Origin of Theoretical Physics in Bulgaria, Symposium "Dissemination and Development of Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, Sofia, Bulgaria, 17–18 October 2011 (Report).

2010

13. G. Kamisheva, The Roots of Theoretical Physics in Bulgaria, First Joint European Symposium on the History of Physics, Pollau Castle, Austria, 28–29 May 2010 (Report).

2009

12. G. Kamisheva, Museum as a source for Historical Research in Physics in Bulgaria, 7th International Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU7) Alexandropoulis, Greece, 9–13 September 2009 (Poster).

11. G. Kamisheva, Ttaditions and Reforms in Bulgarian Physics. Milko Borissov (1921–1998), 7th International Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU7) Alexandropoulis, Greece, 9–13 September 2009 (Report).

2006

10. G. Kamisheva, Bulgarian physical and mathematical culture in 19 century, 6th International Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU6), Istanbul, 22–26 August 2006 (Report).

2004

9. G. Kamisheva, Lectures in Theoretical Physics by Professor Georgi Maneff (1921–1944), International Conference Contemporary Aspects of Astronomy, Teoretical and Gravitational Physics, Dedicated to Georgi Ivanov Manev (1884–1965) Professor in Theoretical Physics, 20–22 May 2004, Sofia (Poster).

2003

8. G. Kamisheva, History of the Mathematical and Theoretical Physics in the Sofia University (1925 – 1935), 5th General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union, Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia and Montenegro, 25–29 August, 2003 (Poster).

2000

7. G. Kamisheva, A. Vavrek, Contents of the courses in Physics in the Sofia university (1889–1945), 4th General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU4), Tarnovo, Bulgaria, 2000 (Report).

6. G. Kamisheva, A. Vavrek, Milestones in the development of Physics in the Sofia University (1889–1945), 4th General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU4), Tarnovo, Bulgaria, 2000 (Report).

1997

5. G. Kamisheva, A. Vavrek, M. Borissov, A contribution to the portrait of Dimitar Mouteff as a scientist and teacher, 3rd General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU3), Cluj Napoca, Romania, 2–5 September 1997 (Poster).

4. A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, The PhDs in Physics in Bulgaria (1842–1950), 3rd General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU3), Cluj Napoca, Romania, 2–5 September 1997 (Poster).

1994

3. A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, M. Borissov, Physics as a subject in the Bulgarian schools until the end of the World War I, 2nd General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU2), Izmir, Turkey, 1994 (Poster).

1993

2. A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, M. Borissov, Dissemination of Newton’s Mechanics on Bulgarian Soil During the Bulgarian National Revival, Newtonian Physics, Symposium, Athens, Greece, 17–18 December 1993 (Report).

1991

1. M. Borissov, A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, Survey of the History of Education in Physics in Bulgaria, 1st General Conference of the Balkan Physical Union (BPU1), Tessaloniki, Greece, 26–28 September 1991 (Report).

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