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Corresponding Member, Dr. Sc., Full Prof.

Dimitar Tsvetanov Stoyanov

Dimitar Stoyanov

Dimitar Stoyanov

     Distinguished Bulgarian theoretical physicist Dimiter Tsvetanov Stoyanov died on 14 January 2002 at the age of 66.
    Stoyanov began his career in 1959 at the Institute of Physics of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. In 1963 he joined the Laboratory for Theoretical Physics at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, where he became the head of a department in 1971. He had been an associate professor at the Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences since 1973, and a full professor since 1982. In 1997 he was elected corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
    Stoyanov visited the International Centre for Theoretical Physics and SISSA, (Trieste, Italy), the Technical University Clausthal (Germany). For many years he lectured at the Universities of Sofia and Shumen.

Dimitar Stoyanov Stoyanov will be remembered for pioneering work on the relativistic 3-body problem in quantum field theory, and for work in the group-theoretic approach to dual-resonance models. His early work in the superconformal representation theory, and later studies of non-standard representations of the Lorentz and conformal group and their applications to conformal quantum electrodynamics, have also left their mark. Recently, he turned his attention to quaternionic analyticity, infinite-dimensional Lie algebras, and p-brane theory.
    Dimiter Stoyanov left behind a generation of Bulgarian physicists inspired by his all-embracing devotion to science, his enthusiasm, and his profound vision. To all of them he was both a teacher and a dear friend.
 

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List of the published schientific papers of Prof. Stoyanov

 

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