Prof. Julian Revalski


Julian Revalski graduated in Mathematics at the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” in 1981. In 1986, he became a Candidate in Mathematical Sciences (PhD degree) and obtained the degree Doctor of Sciences in 1997. He was elected Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in 2008, and became a Full member in 2015.

Julian Revalski has extensive international experience as a visiting researcher and visiting professor in many universities abroad, such as University of Genoa – Italy, University of Milan – Italy, Politecnico Milano – Italy, University of Waterloo – Canada, University of Athens – Greece, Humboldt University Berlin – Germany, University of Limoges – France, University of Montpellier II – France, University Paris VI – France, University Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) – France, University of the French West Indies, France, University of Chile – Santiago de Chile, IMCA – Lima, Peru, University of Havana, Cuba.

He has been a Coordinator (Principle coordinator or coordinator on behalf of IMI-BAS) of 7 international research projects and a Coordinator of 5 national research projects with the National Fund for Scientific Research.

His academic career is devoted to the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, where he has been working since 1986. He was elected Director of the Institute in 2012 and President of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in 2016.

In 2020, Prof. Revalski was elected President of the Academy with a second term of office until the end of 2024.