# List of Slovenian physicists

- List of Slovenian physicists
This is a list of the most famous **Slovenian physicists**.

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

** A **

* Miroslav Adlešič

* Anton Ambschell (1751 - 1821)

** B **

* Robert Blinc (1933 - )

* Silvo Breskvar (1902 - 1969)

** C **

* Andrej Čadež - astrophysicist.

* Lavo Čermelj (1889 - 1980)

** D **

* Franjo Dominko (1903 - 1987) - astronomer.

** F **

** G **

* Ferdinand Grešovnik (1944 - )

* Igor Grabec (1939 - )

* Peter Gosar (1923 - )

** H **

** I **

** J **

**K **

* Gabrijel Kernel (1932 - )

* Janez Krstnik Kersnik (1783 - 1850)

* Ignacij Klemenčič (1853 - 1901)

* Alojz Kodre (1944 - )

* Ivan Kuščer (1918 - 1979)

** L **

**M **

* Anton Moljk (1916 - 1998)

** O **

* Milan Osredkar (1919 - 2003)

** P **

* Anton Peterlin (1907 - 1993) -

* Rudolf Podgornik (1955 - )

* Herman Potočnik Noordung (1892 - 1929) - pioneer of astronautics and cosmonautics, and rocket engineer.

* Bogdan Povh (1932 - )

* Tomaž Prosen (1970 - )

** R **

* Pavla Ranzinger - astronomer.

* Marko Robnik (1954 - )

* Mitja Rosina

** **

* Anton Šantel (1845 - 1920)

* Gregor Schoettl (1732 - 1777)

* Janez Stepišnik (1940 - ) - physicist

* Jožef Stefan (1835 - 1893) - physicist, mathematician and poet.

* Janez Strnad (1934 - ) - physicist and populariser of natural science.

* Ivan Šubic

**T **

** V **

* Jurij Bartolomej Vega (1754 - 1802) - mathematician, physicist and artillery officier

** Z **

* Boštjan Žekš (1940 - )

* Slobodan Žumer (1945 - )

**See also:** Physicist, List of Slovenians.

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