Branko Dragovich was born in 1945 and lives in Belgrade, Serbia. He got B.S. degree in physics, M.S. degree in theoretical physics, and Ph.D. degree in mathematical physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. He has a permanent position is in the Institute of Physics, Belgrade. He has been the Director of the Center for Theoretical Physics from 1978 to 1985, a scientific researcher from 1978 to 1994, research professor from 1994 till present, principal investigator of few international projects, and Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the international journal of p-Adic Numbers and Ultrametric Analysis and Applications. He participated in organizing 39 scientific meetings. He is the editor or coeditor of 18 books and a referee in 23 international journals. He has more than 145 published papers in international journals and proceedings of conferences, which are cited more than 900 times. He supervised three Ph.D. theses and five M.S. theses and taught courses on various subjects in theoretical and mathematical physics at universities. He was twice awarded the Institute of Physics (Belgrade) Research Prize. Dragovich’s scientific research interests lie in theoretical and modern mathematical physics; p-adic numbers and adeles and their applications.
Biography Updated on 16 September 2013