Dušanka Đokić

Physicist, Person

1938 –


Who is Dušanka Đokić?

Dušanka Đokić-Ristanović is a former professor of theoretical physics at the Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade.

Đokić performed research on theoretical physics, in particular involving canonical transformations in degenerate systems, and received her PhD degree in theoretical physics from the University of Belgrade in January 1976 with a thesis entitled "The Generalization of Dirac's Degenerate Systems Theory in Classic Field Theory". She published more than 20 articles in international journals and participated in many scientific conferences. During nearly four decades Đokić taught Theoretical mechanics and Classical physics to numerous generations of students. In 1973 she was awarded a special certificate of thanks by her students.

In 1960 Đokić co-initiated the annual state-wide high school competition in physics and was the member of the competition jury for nearly two decades. In 1978 she initiated similar competition for primary school students. Later she co-authored a book, a collection of solved physics problems.

In the 1970s and 1980s she published numerous scientific articles on biophysics, mathematical modeling of biological processes, neurophysiology and biostatistics together with her husband Dušan Ristanović, professor of biophysics at the University of Belgrade, including work on dipole models for the visual cortex.

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Nov 22, 1938
  • Serbia

on July 23, 2013


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