Plamen Ivanov receives Pythagoras Award
July 29, 2014
Research Professor Plamen Ch. Ivanov, a native of Sofia, Bulgaria, has received the prestigious Pitagor (Pythagoras) Prize. The Pitagor Prize is the highest award in Bulgaria for scientific achievements. The award is given annually by the Bulgarian government to honor scientists in the fields of natural sciences, medicine and technology.
The 2014 Pitagor Prize was given in recognition of Dr. Ivanov's seminal contributions to interdisciplinary science at the interface of physics physiology and medicine, for uncovering basic laws of dynamical interactions among physiological systems, and for pioneering a new field, Network Physiology.
The 2014 Pitagor science awards ceremony was hosted by the Ministry of Education and Science of Bulgaria, and was attended by government officials and representatives of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, leading universities and institutions.
Dr Ivanov (center) is accompanied by the Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Dr. Daniela Bobeva (left) and the Minister of Education and Science, Prof. Anelia Klisarova (right).