Absolon, University Professor; Brno
He has explored the Moravian and Balkan caverns, the fossil men and their culture and especially the "Machocha". He has published, "Exploration der Hölle Perkarna", "Karst Moravien".
Tadeusz Banachiewicz, Professor of Astronomy, University of Cracow ->
He is the author of about 180 papers on astronomy and mathematics and is the inventor of a new mathematical form called "Cracovian" (a kind of matrix), which has greatly simplified mathematical calculations. He was a professor of astronomy in 1918 in Tartu, Estonia and in 1919 founded a mountain astronomical station near to Cracow.
Constantin Bedreag, Professor of Theoretical Physics; Jassy ->
In 1926 he studied with Professor N. Bohr at his institute in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Bujor, Professor of University of Jassy, Berasti, department of Covurluice; Jassy ->
He works on cyclostomes, celemtere and he has made studies on the fauna and flora as well as on the biology of the salted lakes of Rumania.
Arpád Degen, Professor; Budapest ->
He is the Director of the Royal Hungarian Seed Control Station and has been involved in the exploration of the flora of Southern Croatia. He has written over a hundred essays and articles on the European and the Balkan flora, as well as observations on some oriental herbs' characteristics.
Wladyslaw Jozef Gorczynski, Director Meteorological Service of Poland, retired since 1928; Nice ->
His purely scientific research work concerns solar radiation and is continuing at the Actionometric Laboratory at Warsaw (Science Society at Palais Staszic) and also at Nice, France. He is the inventor (constructor) of solarimeters and pyrheliometers (actionometers) for solar radiation measurements. These instruments, regularly made in Paris (Etablissements Jules Richard, 25 Rue Melingue), are employed in observatories throughout the whole world.
Jan Hirschler, Professor and Director of Zoological Institute; Lvov, Poland ->
has written scientific works on the zoological stations in Trieste, Monaco (France), Ville-France, Bergen, Sebastopol, Naples, Messina, Banyuls sur Mer and with a stipendium from the Polish Academy of Science he has carried out scientific activity in Berlin and Paris. He has written about 100 treaties, communications and reports on zoological embryology, cytology, experimental zoology, theoretical biology, fisyography.
Hugo Iltis, Professor; Brno ->
was on the Committee for the Erection of a Mendel Monument in 1910 and he organized the Mendel Centenary in 1922. He is the founder and custodian of the Mendel Museum in Brno.
Vojtech Jarnik, Professor; Prague ->
has written over 60 works relative to several branches of mathematics (especially the analytic theory of numbers, the infinite series, application of the theory of ensembles to the arithmetic and to the theory of functions).
Dragoljub Jovanovitch, Professor; Belgrade ->
From 1920-1928 he was occupied with research work at the Radium Institute in Paris. He has published, "Evaluation de l'age des preparation du Radium à l'aide d'un Microcolorimètre" (which he constructed himself) (collaborateur with Madame Curie); "Measurement of the radioactive waters in Yugoslavia"; "Creation of a standard for the measurement of small quantities of radium".
Paja Radosavljevitch, Professor of Pedagogy, writer; New York City ->
After having worked a short time as a teacher in Asonja, he devoted himself to Philosophical and Pedagogical Sciences in Vienna, Jena and Zurich, where he graduated Doctor of Philosophy. After having worked for some time as Professor of Pedagogy and of German languages, he left his country and went to America to devote himself to the study of experimental psychology and pedagogy. He is working in the laboratory of the New York University, first as Lecturer and then as Professor. He has been actively involved in the subject of psychology and sociology in Serbian, Russian, German and English language.