Born 1946 in Prague, Pavel Exner graduated in 1969 from the Charles University. From 1978 to 1990 he worked in Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, where he got his PhD and DSc degrees. Later he was a leader of a research team in Czech Academy of Sciences and taught theoretical physics as a professor at the Charles University. Now he heads Doppler Institute for Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics in Prague. Interested in mathematical methods related to quantum systems, in particular, quantum waveguides and graphs, unstable systems and solvable models. Author of three books and more than 180 research papers, cofounder of the QMath conference series. Awarded JINR prize in theoretical physics and Czech Physical Society medal, member of Academia Europaea. At present he serves as the president of the International Association for Mathematical Physics, formerly vice-president of the European Mathematical Society and of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.
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