Gašper Tkačik

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Gašper Tkačik
Born 1979
Nationality Slovenian
Alma mater University of Ljubljana
Princeton University
Scientific career
Fields Theoretical physics
Institutions Institute of Science and Technology Austria

Gašper Tkačik (born 1979, Ljubljana, Slovenia) is a Slovenian theoretical physicist and computational neuroscientist.

Life and work[edit]

After completing his International Baccalaureate from Bežigrad high school in Ljubljana, he enrolled in the department of mathematics and physics at the University of Ljubljana, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physics in 2001.[1] He continued his studies at Princeton University with William Bialek and Curtis Callan where he received a PhD in physics. Later he was a postdoc at the University of Pennsylvania until he was employed at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria.[1]


  1. ^ a b Article about Tkačik, Delo, 6 December 2011