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    2019

    E. Nazarova, G. Kamisheva, Eugene Leyarovski Founder of the Contemporary Low Temperature Physics in Bulgaria, 10 Jubilee Conference of Balkan Physical Union, Sofia, 26-30 ΰβγσρς 2018, AIP Conference Proceedings 2075, 190001-1 – 190001-4 (2019)

    2014
    1. A. G. Petrov, R. Kamburova. The study of Georgi Nadjakov declared an EPS Historic Site. – e-EPS, 25.06.2014

    2. L. Tsonev, D.Kolev, Megalithic Structures and Dolmen Orientation in Bulgaria. – Archaeoastronomy and Ancient Technologies, 2013, 1(2) 55-84 (2014).

    3. L. Tsonev, Underground Well Temple in Bulgaria: Architectural and Archaeoastronomical Analysis. – Advances in Bulgarian Science 34-42 (2013).

    4. L. Tsonev, D. Kolev, The Sardinian Type Underground Well Temple at Garlo, Bulgaria: an Architectural and Astronomical Survey. – Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 17(2) 222-237 (2014).

    2012
  1. N. Balabanov, M. Stoeva, P. Lazarova, Prof. Elizaveta Karamihailova – the first lady of the Bulgarian Physics, European Medical Physics and Engineering Conference, Sofia, 18?20 October 2012, 167-170

  2. G. Kamisheva, History of science and technology in Bulgaria. – Newsletter for the history of science in Southeastern Europe (17) 15-20 (2012).

  3. I. Azmanov, For the physicists Nadjakov, Vavilov and Kapitsa, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 114-123

  4. I. Azmanov, The appraisers for Georgi Nadjakov, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 131-135

  5. N. Balabanov, Unified theory of Rogerio Boscovich, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 2012, 44-50

  6. S. Balabanov, Georgi Nadjakov appeal to Bulgarian scientists and our society, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 127-130

  7. A. Bankov, K. Kolentsov, Petko Popov and optics in Bulgaria during the 20th century, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012 p. 154-156

  8. G. Kamisheva, Origin of theoretical physics in Bulgaria, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 34-43

  9. G. Kamisheva, A brief history of superconductivity in Bulgaria, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012 p. 109-113

  10. A. Karastoyanov, In face to the problems of the century (Assene Datzeff), Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 141-146

  11. M. Kartsonakis, Tycho Brahe and Kepler in Prague: Multifold reflections on astronomy, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 14-20

  12. K. Kolentsov, Georgi Nadjakov – man of science physicist with worldwide recognition, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 124-126

  13. K. Kolentsov, N. Stoilova, Christo Christov – remarkable theoretical physicist, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 136-140

  14. K. Kolentsov, L. Yourukova, Contributions and achievements of Rasum Andrejtchin, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 147-150

  15. K. Kolentsov, Merit of Todor Vasilev to promote physical knowledge, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 147-150

  16. M. Slavtchova-Bojkova, P. Mateev, Mathematical Institute at the Sofia University, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 2012, 28-33

  17. G. Stanilov, Four-dimensional circulate geometry and Lorentz transformations, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 2012, 73-79

  18. M. Terdimou, The introduction of European mathematics in Greek intellectual world during the 18th century, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 21-27

  19. I. Todorov, Pascual Jordan the unsung hero among the creators of quantum mechanics, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. p. 2.

  20. V. Urumov, A. Gjurchinovski, Contributions from Balkan countries, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 3-8

  21. G. Vlahakis, Tz. Sofronieva, Beyond nations? Pierre Beron (1798 – 1871) and his work, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 9-13

  22. M. Zamfirov, Bibliometrical data on the scientific work of Paraskeva Simova, Dissemination and Development Physics and Mathematics on the Balkans, ISSP, Sofia, 2012, p. 157-161

2011

    G. Kamisheva, Physics and Mathematics in the Balkans Dissemination and Development. – Newsletter for the History of Science in Southeastern Europe (16) 7-8 (2011).

2010

    G. Kamisheva, The roots of theoretical physics in Bulgaria. – Proceedings of the first joint European Symposium on the History of Physics, P. M. Schuster (Editor), Living Edition Science (2010) 291-306.

2009
  1. G. Kamisheva, Traditions and Reforms in Bulgarian Physics. Milko Borissov (1921 – 1998), CP1203 7th International Conference of the Balkan Physical Union, edited by A. Angelopoulos and T. Fildisis (2009) AIP, pp. 1336-1341 ISBN 978-0-7354-0740-4

  2. G. Kamisheva, Museum as a Source for Historical Research in Physics in Bulgaria, CP1203 7th International Conference of the Balkan Physical Union, edited by A. Angelopoulos and T. Fildisis, 2009, AIP, pp. 1342-1346 ISBN 978-0-7354-0740-4

2007

    G. Kamisheva, Bulgarian physical and mathematical culture in 19 century, – In: Sixt International conference of the Balkan physical union, Istanbul, Turkey, 22-26 August 2006, AIP Conference Proceedings, Melville, New York, Ή 899 (2007) pp. 521 – 522, ISBN 978–0–7354–0404–5, ISSN 0094–243X

2006

    G. Kamisheva, Bulgarian mathematical culture in XIX century, – History and pedagogy of mathematics newsletter, Ή 61 (2006) pp. 16-20

2005
  1. M. Tsvetkov, Georgi Ivanov Manev (1884-1965) a brief biography, – In: Prof. G. Manev’s legacy in contemporary astronomy, theoretical and gravitational physics, Edited by V. Gerdjikov and M. Tsvetkov, Sofia, Heron press Science series (2005) pp. 12 – 13

  2. M. Tsvetkov, The correspondence between G. Manev and A. Einstein, – In: Prof. G. Manev’s legacy in contemporary astronomy, theoretical and gravitational physics, Edited by V. Gerdjikov and M. Tsvetkov, Sofia, Heron press Science series (2005) pp. 19 – 30

  3. G. Kamisheva, Lectures in mathematical and theoretical physics at the University of Sofia by Professor Georgi Ivanoff Maneff (1921-1944), – In: Prof. G. Manev’s legacy in contemporary astronomy, theoretical and gravitational physics, Edited by V. Gerdjikov and M. Tsvetkov, Sofia, Heron Press Science Series (2005) pp. 45 – 53

2003

    G. Kamisheva, History of the mathematical and theoretical physics in the Sofia University (1925 – 1935), – In: Proceedings of Fifth General conference of the Balkan physical union, August 25 – 29, 2003, Vranjachka Banja, Serbija and Montenegro (2003) pp. 1999 – 2002 (CD)

      2000
      1. G. Kamisheva, A. Vavrek, Milestones in the development of physics in the Sofia University (1889 – 1945), – Bulgarian journal of physics, 27 (2000) Ή 4, pp. 55 – 58

      2. G. Kamisheva, A. Vavrek, Contents of the courses in physics in the Sofia University (1889 – 1945), – Bulgarian journal of physics, 27 (2000) Ή 4, pp. 59 – 62

      3. G. S. K. Porphyry Bachmetjew 1860-1913, – In: Biographies of the European Physicists, UK (2000)

      4. G. S. K. Georges Nadjakoff 1896-1981, – In: Biographies of the European Physicists, UK (2000)

      1999

        A. G. Petrov, Historical Remarks, – In: The Lyotropic state of matter. Molecular physics and living matter physics, N.Y. – L., Gordon and Bredch Publs (1999) pp. 12 – 17

      1998

        A. Vavrek, The Bulgarian academy of sciences in transition from learned society to a totalitarian academy (1944 – 1949), Science & Education (1998) Ή 7, pp. 301 – 306

          1997

            A. Vavrek, The Bulgarian academy of sciences in transition from learned society to totalitarian academy (1944 – 1949), – In: Proc. International conference on History and Philosophy of Physics in Education. August 21 – 24, 1996, Bratislava, Slovakia (1997) pp. 102 – 106

          1996

          1. A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, M. Borissov, Dissemination of Newtons Mechanics on Bulgarian Soil during the Bulgarian National Revival. – In: H Neytwneia Fysiki, Kai H Duadosh ths ston eypytero Balkaniko xoro, Athenas (1996) p. 129

          2. A. Vavrek, 50–th anniversary of establishing the Institute of physics at the Bulgarian academy of sciences and 100 years from the birth of its foundes - the Academician Georgi Nadjakoff. – In: Future directions in thin films science and technology, Proceedings 9th ISCMP, Varna (1996) p. IX

          1994

            A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, M. Borissov, Physics as a subject in the Bulgarian schools until the end of the World war I, – In: Proceedings supplement of the Balkan physics letters, 2 (1994) part 2, pp. 1337 – 1341

          1991

            M. Borissov, A. Vavrek, G. Kamisheva, Survey of the history of education in physics in Bulgaria, – In: Proceedings of the 1st General conference of the BPU, 1 (1991) pp. 21 – 23

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