List of Slovenes - Scientists

Scientists

  • Albin Belar (1864–1939) – seismologist
  • Robert Blinc (1933 – ) – physicist.
  • Ivan Bratko (1946 – ) – computer scientist.
  • Srečko Brodar (1893–1987) – palaeontologist.
  • Dragotin Cvetko (1911–1993) – musicologist.
  • Andrej Čadež – astrophysicist.
  • Lavo Čermelj (1889–1980) – physicist.
  • Janez Demšar (1971 – ) – computer scientist.
  • Irena Dogsa (1957 – ) – psychologist
  • Davorin Dolar (1921 – ) – chemist.
  • Franjo Dominko (1903–1987) – astronomer.
  • Janez Dular (1943 – ) – philologist and sociolinguist.
  • Peter Fajfar (1943 – ) – constructional scientist.
  • France Forstnerič (1958 – ) – mathematician.
  • Ivan Gams (1923 – ) – geographer.
  • Josip Globevnik (1945 – ) – mathematician.
  • Ljubo Golič (1932 – ) – chemist.
  • Igor Grabec (1939 – ) – physicist.
  • Peter Gosar (1923 – ) – physicist.
  • Milan Grošelj (1902–1979) – classical philologist.
  • Pavel Grošelj (1883–1940) – biologist and belletrist.
  • Ludvik Gyergyek (1922–2003) – electrical engineer.
  • Dušan Hadži (1921 – ) – chemist.
  • Jovan Hadži – biologist.
  • Metka Hercog (1982 - ) – political scientist.
  • Svetozar Ilešič (1907–1985) – geographer.
  • Anton Janežič (1828–1869) – Slavist and grammarian.
  • Janez K. Lapajne (1937 – ) – geophysicist and seismologist.
  • Gabrijel Kernel (1932 – physicist.
  • France Kidrič (1880–1950) – literary historian.
  • Jernej Kopitar (1780–1844) – philologist.
  • Aleksandra Kornhauser (1926 – ) – chemist.
  • Peter Kozler (1824–1879) – lawyer, geographer, cartographer, politician and manufacturer.
  • Alojz Kralj (1937 – ) – electrical engineer.
  • Ivan Kuščer (1918–1979) – physicist.
  • Ivo Lah (1896–1979) – mathematician.
  • Janez Levec (1943 – ) – chemist.
  • Tine Logar (1916–2002) – philologist and dialectologist.
  • Thomas Luckmann (1929 – ) – sociologist.
  • Anton Melik (1890–1966) – geographer.
  • Drago Meze (1926 – ) – geographer.
  • Franc Miklošič (1813–1891) – philologist.
  • Anton Moljk (1916–1998) – physicist.
  • Rajko Nahtigal (1877–1958) – philologist.
  • Milan Natek (1933 – ) – geographer.
  • Karel Oštir (1888–1973) – philologist.
  • Avgust Pavel (1886–1946) – ethnologist.
  • Janez Peklenik (1926 – ) – technical scientist.
  • Drago Perko (1961 – ) – geographer.
  • Anton Peterlin (1908–1993) – physicist.
  • Josip Plemelj (1873–1967) – mathematician.
  • Bogdan Povh (1932 – ) – physicist.
  • Jože Povšič (1907–1985) – mathematician.
  • Herman Potočnik - Noordung (1892–1929) – pioneer of astronautics and cosmonautics, and rocket engineer.
  • Fritz Pregl (1869–1930) – chemist, Nobel prize for chemistry 1923.
  • Ivan Prijatelj (1875–1937) – literary historian.
  • Janko Prunk (1942 – ) – historian.
  • Ivan Rakovec (1899–1985) – geologist and palaeontologist.
  • Fran Ramovš (1890–1952) – philologist and dialectologist.
  • Zoran Rant (1904–1972) – mechanical engineer.
  • Pavla Ranzinger – astronomer.
  • Marij Rebek – chemist.
  • Jakob Rigler (1929–1985) – philologist.
  • Mitja Rosina – physicist.
  • Simon Rutar (1851–1903) – historian, geographer, archaeologist and geologist.
  • Maks Samec (1844–1889 – chemist.
  • Ljubo Sirc (1920 – ) – economist.
  • Boris Sket (1936 – ) – zoologist.
  • Branko Stanovnik (1938 – ) – chemist.
  • Jožef Stefan (1835–1893) – physicist and mathematician.
  • Janez Strnad (1934 – ) – physicist and populariser of natural science.
  • Milan Šifrer (1928 – ) – geographer.
  • Ivan Štalec (???? – 1994) – mathematician.
  • Stane Suhadolnik (1919–1992) – philologist.
  • Franc Sušnik (1930–1996) – biologist.
  • Miha Tišler (1926 – ) – chemist.
  • Miha Tomaževič (1942 – ) – constructional scientist.
  • France Tomšič (1905–1975 ) – philologist.
  • Jože Toporišič (1926 – ) – philologist.
  • Anton Trstenjak (1906–1996) – psychologist and theologian.
  • Janez Vajkard Valvasor (1641–1693) – nobleman and polymath.
  • Alojzij Vadnal (1910–1987) – mathematician.
  • Jurij Bartolomej Vega (1754–1802) – mathematician, physicist and artillery officer.
  • Ivan Vidav (1918 – ) – mathematician.
  • Milan Vidmar (1885–1962) – electrical engineer, chess player and chess theorist.
  • Valentin Vodnik (1758–1819) – poet, journalist, philologist.
  • Egon Zakrajšek (1941–2002) – mathematician and computer scientist.
  • Miroslav Zei (1914–2006) – Marine Biologist.
  • Boštjan Žekš (1940 – ) – physicist.
  • Tone Wraber (1938 – ) – botanist

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