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Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 Ynformation on graphics material is appended] LIST OF OFFICTS AND MEMBERS OF CZECHOSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES -- Prague, Uredni List, 18 Nov 52 President Gottwald announced on 12 November 1952 that the following persons had been named officers and full members of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences: President Dr Zdenek Nejedly, university professor; Minister of Education, Science, and Art; national prize winner. First Vice-President Dr Vilem Laufberger, university professor. Second Vice-President Dr Jaroslav Bohm, director of the Archeology Institute of the CSAV LCzechoalovak Academy of Sclence,;J Chief Secretary Dr Engr F~rantisek Sorm, university professor; director of the CSAV Institute of Organic Chemistry; national prize winner. Section residents 1. Mathematics - Physics Dr Vo3tech Jarnik, university professor; former rector of Charles University; national prize winner. COUNTRY 01 10 I rnr HOW Academy of Sciences PUBLISHED Irregular and daily newspa'p'ers WHERE PUBLISHED Prague DATE PUBLISHED LANGUAGE SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. DATE DIST. I I- Apr 1953 ?"IS DOCONSNT CONTAINS INFOINATI0N AlfICTINI till NATIONAL DITINSI 01 Till DIIITID STATIC WITIPIN TIPS NSANING Of OS-IONASI ACT SO Y. S. C., a1 AND S1. Al ANINDIO. ITS TNANLNISIIOS ON Tilt NIYILATION OT ITS CONJIATI IN ANY RAINS! TO AN ONADTNOS?ZlD P1N30A ID NNO? NISITIO 0 LAN. IIPIODOCTION Of TIPIS FUNS II YNONUITID STATE ARMY CL,,.SIFICATION NSRR I FBI ! _ - DIS1 HIdUTION I?! `:Ir at MAY 1.3 1554 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 sNSNi~~ W~W Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 r 25X1 2. Geology - Geography Dr Frantisek Slavik, university professor. 3.. Chemistry Dr Rudolf Brdicka, university professor. 4 Biology Dr Ivan Malek, university professor; director of the CSAV Biological Institute; national prize winner. 5. Technical Prof Dr Engr Theodor Jezdik. E. Philosophy - History Dr Zdenek Wirth. 7. Economics and Jurisprudence Dr Antonin Hobza, university professor. 8. Languages and Literature Dr Frantisek Travnicek, university professor; rector, Brno University, National Assembly Representative. Prof Dr Engr Zdenek Bazant. Prof Engr Stefan Bell. Dr Dionyz Blazkovic, nation] prize winner, Dr Bohumil Bydzovsky, university professor, Dr Eduard Cech, university professor; director of the CSAV Mathematics Institute; national prize winner.. Prof, Dr Engr Vaclav Dasek. Dr Josef Dobias, university professor. Dr Viktor Dvorsky, university professor. Dr Jan Eisner, university professor. Prof Engr Dr Josef Hanus, Order of Work prize winner. Dr Bohuslav Havranek, university professor; director of the Czech Language Institute in CSAV Dr Jaroslav Heyroveky, university professor; director of the CSAV Polaro- graphic Institute; national prize winner. Dr Vaclav Hora., university professor. Dr Bedrich Hrozny, university professor. Dr Otakar Chlup, university professor. Prof Dr Engr Vojtech Jares, national prize winner. Dr Radim Kettner, university professor. Prof Dr Engr Frantisek Klokner. Dr Vladimir Korinek, university professor. Dr Jaromir Koutek; university professor; national prize winner. Dr Josef Kratochvil, university professor; national prize winner. Prof Dr Engr Vaclav Krouza. Dr Vincenc Lesny, university professor, Dr Frantisek Lex, university professor; national prize winner. Prof Dr Engr Rudolf Lukes. Dr Jan Mukarovaky, university professor; rector of Charles University. Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A0007002 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 25X1 Dr Josef Novak, university professor. Dr Josef Pelnar, university professor. Prof Dr Engr Frantisek Pisek. Dr Vladimir Procha'zka, university professor. Dr Jan Rypka, university professor. Prof Dr Josef Rysavy. Prof Dr Engr Josef Reznicek. Dr Antonin Salac, university professor. Dr Frantisek Studnicka; university professor; national prize winner. Dr Rudolf Urbanek, university professor. Prof Dr Engr Josef Vasatek, national. prize winner. Prof Dr Engr Vitezslav Vesely. Dr Vaclav Vojtisek, university professor.. Dr Jan Wolf, university professor. BIOGRAPHIC TNFORMATION ON MEMBERS OF CZECHOSLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES -- Prague, Rude Pravo, 17 Nov 52 Prof Vojtech Jarnik, Ph. D, - President of the Physics and Mathematics Section, formerly a professor at Charles University. He was born 22 December 1897 in Prague. Jarnik is a widely known scholar and an outstanding mathematician, Last year he was awarded the State Prize. He has published 89 scientific works, among which area Introduction to Integral Calculus and Introduction to Differ- ential Calculus, Jarniks specialty is the theory of numbers. In this field he has attained world-wide fame with his theory, of ellipsoides to the nth power. He has been teaching since 1925, and has been a full professor since 1935. He is an active member of the most outstanding scientific institutes.. Prof Dr Frantisek Slavik President of the Geological and Geographic Section. Slavik is a professor of mineralogy at Charles University. He was born 18 August 1876 in Kutna Hora, studied chemistry, physics, and natural sciences at the University of Prague. He became a Doctor of Philosophy in 3899; in 1910 he became an associate professor and in 1916 a full professor and a director of the Institute of Mineralogy. He was elected dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences in 1924, and in 1937 became a lector at Charles University. In 1946 the Univer- sity of Prague gave him an honorary doctorate in natural sciences, and in 1947, the same year that he retired, he received the State Prize. During the occupa- tion he was a member of the resistance group and had been imprisoned in concen- tration camps in Osveti and Buchenwald. His scientific work is varied. It touches on all branches of mineralogy, petrography, geology, geochemistry, and science of ore deposits. He has made a study of several ore regions and his work is of great importance for the future development of ore mining. His works include a textbook on mineralogy; the Introduction of Special Mineralogy: Mineral Resources; Mineralogy of Slovakia; he has published monographs on many other topics in all the scientific branches in which he has worked. Slavik is a member of the most important scientific societies both at home and abroad, as well as a member of the All-Union Mineralogical Society of Moscow. Prof Dr I an Malek, President of the Biological Section. Malek was born 25 September 1909 in Zagreb, and is a professor of medical microbiology at Charles University- - 3 - Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 25X1 He is one of the leading scientific personalities and it is mainly the result. of his efforts that CzechoslovAk biology has become oriented to the Michurin line. He has published more than 100 scientific works. among them three scientific textbooks: and the book Modern Science Battles with Microbes. Malek is chiefly interested in diagnosis: He has found a new method of recognizing infections; has worked or epidemiology and especially on antibiotics. For his work and research on antibiotics he was honored in 1951 with the State Prize. He has been interested in science since he was a medical student. He graduated in 1946 and in 1.948 became a professor at the Medical Faculty of the University of Prague. In 1950, he was given the tack of establishing a Central Biological institute, of which tie is the alrector. .1Nzaik was born 9 No rkn th.rouFh the Ma.tice Ceske Wirth was born 11 Augu=r. 18;8 In I.ibcany and in i,iOO car:r_ieted his university studies, . He then worked as an in the Art-!ndustr_el Muceum and in 1908 was made a Doctor of the 'Ii Stray of Art Alter World War h?' wn_ in charge of the Art Department of the Miuir?try of Educat.ion.. Sincr I,?- has been a presi- dent of the National Crl_tura: Comini;~sior; and in this capacity classified a great deal of artistic material from con fistated castles, find has made great use of his wide scholarly knowledge end eYperierira. He has published the following, In Sa laboration A hit:te,j;_ek, Czech Architecture from 1800 to 1920, Lw:vs:lo nenL of the -,a-dens of Prague; Five Centuries of Prague ir, Pictures, or Vanished Pragge; these works bring to light many details which fir- ti's basis for modc-rn retie:rch and study. Hobza was born 6 January l97 lr, Rul^_rtnice and Rokytnou, and after completing the gymnasium in Trebic, he studied at the Prague :saw Faculty and in 1902 became a Doctor of Laws. In 1907, he was, quai.iiied by the Charier, T;ntversty for the Department of Church Law anI he Ii,-,,,:,an lecturing it-, the 'r,w Faacult.y. In 1911, he was named associate professor; the same year Ie9 pubitskied .lord legal works, especially the Look Relations, P tw?_-: cn?rch rind 3tr~i.?_ wt.ich was a defense of the separation ei church and state in 1.907. he was made a Iu:1 professor of inter- nattornal law. Some of his out.,;tnndtnF- works :tree Recognition of the :soviets De Sure (1920); Introduction to Churcr, !saws introduct:or-'o rternatianal Law in Feacetlme These works silos h sc i.rr,?r,? :.' IC. seen, ^iog) ca i , clear, said independent approach H^ has proven hi,, claims to outhort ty in t h1~ f..eidl and consistently set, himse f against world reartiorno:y element. , err---Ily :egardinl; the legality of church que'?tions Approved For Release 2003/09/03 : CIA-RDP80-00809A000700220199-3 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 25X1 Pref Dr Frantisek Travnicek: President of the Language and Literature Section" He was born 17 August 1888 in Spesov, Moravia.. He is a university professor of Czech grammar and a rector at the Brno University. Professor Travnicek is probably the best known Czech nationalist. His thesis at Prague University in 1920 was Studies of Aspects of Czech Words. In 1921, he was named an associate professor in Brno and in 1927 a full professor. He was dean of the philosophical faculty in 1933-1934 and at present is the rector. Travnicek's most outstanding activity is his study of the history of the Czech language, which resulted i. his most important work, Historical Czechoslovak Grammar, which is both phonetic and morphological. The crowning work of his research is his two-part Grammar of Literate Czech, which is in its third edition; the first part of it has been translated into Russian and it was published in Moscow in 1950. Noteworthy portzons of Travnicek's work are his studies in Czech as well as Slovak dialectolopy. and as an outstanding teacher he has schooled several ramarkablc pupils in it. He has also published a Pictionary of the Czech Language. in collaboration with Professor Vasa; this work isin its fourth edition, Since the liberation. Travnicek has become an active member and functionary of the KSC (Czechoslovak Communist Party), and a member of the National. Assembly; he is also active in several scientific councils and associations. He has pub- lished a total of 150 works Location: Czecnosiovrtkta Caption and Description: "Dr Prof Vojtech Jurnik" rhotograph Description S: ?z.e . 2 x 3 ; nches; gocd ; newsprint Rude Pravo, Prague, 17 Novetnoer 1952, page 1 Location: Czechoslovakia Caption aric' Deacr.ptio-i. "Dr Prof Frantisek Slavik" Photograph L~scrip a on: 2 x 3 inches; good; newsprint lRuue Pravo, Prague, 17 Norerler 1952, pare i 25X1 Caption and Description: "Dr Rudolf Rrdicka, University Professor, President of the Chemical Section zecho