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University of Ljubljana

Zoisova 12

Ljubljana - dostava,1000

Slovenia

Company Description

University of Ljubljana is implementing the UCC solution gradually; presumably by the end of the year all user groups will be included. A number of universities from outside Slovenia already expressed their interest in UCC solution. That, as well as UL disposi...more

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Employment History

President

Society for Experimental Mechanics Inc


Affiliations

European Academy of Sciences

Fellow


Slovenian Academy of Engineering

Fellow Grade Member


Russian Academy of Engineering

Fellow Grade Member


Ukrainian Academy of Engineering

Honorary Member


Science Europe Scientific Advisory Committee

Vice Chairman


EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND ARTS

Fellow Grade Member


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Sia Nemat Nasser Medal - Society for Experimental Mechanics

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Igor Emri
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Center for Experimental Mechanics, and Institute for Sustainable Innovative Technologies. Igor Emri is a Chair Professor of Mechanics at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana and President of the Institute for Sustainable Innovative Technologies, EEIG. He has developed an innovative theoretical-experimental approach, known as Knauss-Emri model, to study the non-linear behavior of time-dependent materials. His current research activities are focused on non-linear time-dependent behavior of dissipative systems with the emphasis on behavior of solid polymers and their nano-, micro-, and macro-composites and granular systems. He is one of the founders and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal »Mechanics of Time Dependent Materials«, published by Springer. He is a fellow grade member of the Society of Experimental Mechanics (USA), Russian Academy of Engineering, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, European Academy of Sciences and Arts, European Academy of Sciences, Slovenian Academy of Engineering, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and Honorary Member of the Ukrainian Academy of Engineering. He is the Chairman of the Science Europe Scientific Advisory Committee, and a past president of the Society of Experimental Mechanics and the International Committee on Rhelogy (ICR).


European Academy of Sciences - Scientific Committee

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Professor Igor Emri
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and President and CEO, Institute for Sustainable Innovative Technologies Igor Emri is a Chair Professor of Mechanics at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, and President of the Institute for Sustainable Innovative Technologies, EEIG. He has developed an innovative theoretical-experimental approach, known as Knauss-Emri model, to study the non-linear behavior of time-dependent materials. His current research activities are focused on non-linear time-dependent behavior of dissipative systems with the emphasis on behavior of solid polymers and their nano-, micro-, and macro-composites and granular systems. He is one of the founders and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Mechanics of Time Dependent Materials, published by Springer. He is recipient of several awards, among them Kapitsa Medal, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (1997); Ambassador of Science of the Republic of Slovenia, 2001; Lazan Award (2010), and S. Nemat-Nasser Medal (2017), from the Society of Experimental Mechanics (USA); and Golden Emblem of the Russian Engineering Academy (2011). He is a fellow grade member of the Society of Experimental Mechanics (USA), Russian Academy of Engineering, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, European Academy of Sciences, Slovenian Academy of Engineering, European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and Honorary Member of the Ukrainian Academy of Engineering. He is a past president of the Society of Experimental Mechanics, and of the International Committee on Rhelogy (ICR). Since 2016 he is the Vice-Chairman of the Science Europe Scientific Advisory Committee.


Science Europe – Scientific Advisory Committee

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Supporting him in his role are two Vice-Chairs, Susanne Siebentritt, Professor of Physics and Head of the Laboratory for Photovoltaics at the University of Luxembourg, and Professor Igor Emri, Director of the Center for Experimental Mechanics at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Associate Members List

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Igor Emri, University of Ljubljana


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Igor Emri Director of Center for Experimental Mechanics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Professor Emri has developed an innovative theoretical-experimental approach, known as Knauss-Emri model, to study the non-linear behavior of time-dependent materials. He is one of the founders and Editor-in-Chief of the international Springer journal 'Mechanics of Time Dependent Materials'. He is a fellow grade member of the Society of Experimental Mechanics (USA), Russian Academy of Engineering, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, European Academy of Sciences & Arts, European Academy of Sciences, among others. He has more than 150 publications and 1000 citations in peer reviewed journals and books.


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