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Prof. Dr. Jasmina Vujic
Prof. Dr. Jasmina Vujic is the Vice President of the Tesla Memorial Society of New York. She is the Professor of Nuclear Engineering and the UCB/UCSF Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering at Berkeley, University of California. She is the Director of the Davis Etcheverry Computing Facility and the Director of the Advanced NE Computing Laboratory at Berkeley, University of California.
The Tesla Memorial Society of New York is grateful to Prof. Vujic for her contribution to the Tesla Movement in America and around the world. She is an educator with exceptional talent to teach and write with many international awards and recognitions in the area of nuclear engineering. She has traveled extensively around the United States, lecturing many students and the public about the great scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. Prof. Vujic is a humanist and accomplished writer. A special thanks from the Tesla Memorial Society of New York and many Tesla admirers around the world to Prof. Vujic for her hard, dedicated and persistent work for proclaiming "Nikola Tesla Day" in Yugoslavia. She deserves the credit for this accomplishment. We are proud of her and very happy to have her as our Vice President.
"Nikola Tesla Day"
The government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia proclaimed July 10th, "Nikola Tesla Day". The Proclamation was announced in July 2002. "Nikola Tesla Day", July 10th, will be celebrated every year in Yugoslavia as a "Day of science, progress and brotherhood among all nations and religions".
"Nikola Tesla Day" was proclaimed in many States of the United States by the Governors of the United States. The Tesla Memorial Society of New York initiated the international proclamation of "Nikola Tesla Day", on July 10th, Tesla's birthday, through the United Nations.
"Nikola Tesla Day" should be a day of science, progress and brotherhood among all nations and religions around the world. We are asking Tesla admirers around the world, the government of the United States and the governments of the previous Austro-Hungary Monarchy and Balkan States to help us in this endeavor.