Marko V. Jaric

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Marko V. Jarić (Марко Вукобрат Јарић; March 17, 1952 in Belgrade, Serbia – October 25, 1997 in College Station, Texas) was a Serbian-American physicist. He served as visiting professor at Montana State University and Harvard University, and full professor at Texas A&M University [1][2]

Jarić was a leading researcher in the field of Quasi-Crystals authoring and editing four influential books. An annual award was established in his name, known as the "Serbian Nobel Prize," for excellence in physics by a Serbian born physicist.[3][4][5][6][7]


  1. ^ "Marko V. Jaric". Serbica Americana. Retrieved May 20, 2013. 
  2. ^ Agnolet, Glenn; Saslow, Wayne; Belic, Milivoj; Birman, Joseph; Moss, Simon (June 1998). "Obituary: Marko Vukobrat Jarić". Physics Today. 51 (6): 91–92. Bibcode:1998PhT....51f..91A. doi:10.1063/1.882287. 
  3. ^ Serbian Unity Congress
  4. ^ University at Buffalo Awardee
  5. ^ University at Buffalo
  6. ^ Florida State Awardee
  7. ^ The Foundation "Prof. Marko V. Jarić

External links[edit]

Serbian Wikipedia Entry