Jorge Wagensberg Lubinski

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Jorge Wagensberg
Jorge Wagensberg- Diada de Sant Jordi 2014 a Barcelona (52) (cropped).JPG
Wagensberg in 2014
Born(1948-12-02)2 December 1948
Died3 March 2018(2018-03-03) (aged 69)
Barcelona, Spain
Alma materUniversity of Barcelona
Known forWriter, academic, physicist and researcher
AwardsJuan Mari Arzak Award (UB, 2003)
National Prize for Scientific Thought and Culture (2005)
Creu de Sant Jordi (2007)[1]
Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Lleida [2]
Scientific career
FieldsPhysics
InstitutionsUniversity of Barcelona (1981-2016)
Danube University Krems

Jorge Wagensberg Lubinski (2 December 1948 – 3 March 2018)[3], was a Spanish professor, researcher and writer. He was Professor of Theory of Irreversible Processes in the Faculty of Physics at the University of Barcelona from 1981 to 2016.

He was president of the European Collaborative for Science & Technology (ECSITE) between 1993 and 1995 and, in 2010, he was a founding member of the European Museum Academy (EMA). He collaborated regularly in the magazine Mètode and in the newspapers El País and El Periódico.[4]

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