Personalities and Events

We include here brief presentations of outstanding scientific personalities and scientific events that marked the first century of Romania’s existence. The subject is vast and it is our aim to bring to the public knowledge information that may be also new. We claim no completeness and we invite colleagues, every interested person to contribute to this rubric with more materials.

Alistar Elena

Antipa Grigore

Averescu Alexandru

Basgan Ion

Berthelot Henri Mathias

Borcea Ion

Drăcea Iulian

Grigorescu Eremia

Hatieganu Iuliu

Horia Hulubei

Ionescu V. Theodor

Lalescu Traian 

Lapedatu I. Alexander

Maior George

Mateevici Alexei

Murafa Simion 

Palade George Emil

Pastea Eugeniu

Perșu Aurel

Pompeiu Dimitrie

Racoviță Emil

The answer of Emil Racoviță to the Call of the homeland

Rădulescu D. Alexandru

Rădulescu Adrian

Roegen-Georgescu Nicolas

Săndulescu Aureliu

Săvulescu Traian

Sperantia Eugeniu

Tantu Vasile

Teodorescu Paul

Țițeica Gheorghe

Țițeica Șerban

Ursu Ioan

Văcărescu Elena

Vladimir Cristi

Vasile Lucaciu and Iuliu Maniu

 

 

Romanian Orthodox Church, “Parents” of the “Great Union”

Romanian Contributions to the Philosophy of History in the Pre-Great Union Period 

Marine Sciences

Romanian Mathematicians in WWI
Communication presented at the Humboldt Koleg World War I and Beyond: Human Tragedies,
Social Challenges, Scientific and Cultural Response, organized by Humboldt Club Romania
with the support of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung, București, September 17-19, 2018 

 

Record stay underwater

World-Class Romanian Personalities of Universal Science and Medicine

The Founders of modern Physics in Romania