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Boris Golitsin

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Date of Birth: 03/02/1862

Age: 54

Place of birth: St. Petersburg

Citizenship: Russia

Background

From 1892 he lectured at the University of Moscow. In 1893, Golitsyn was appointed the post of extraordinary professor in the Department of Physics at Tartu University, but in the same year was elected to the adjuncts Academy of Science in Physics. Since 1894, Golitsyn was a teacher of physics in the Nicholas Naval Academy. In 1897 Golitsyn Chair of Experimental Physics at the women`s medical school has been charged. In 1896, Golitsyn participated in the expedition to NovuyuZemlyu to observe a total solar eclipse. In 1898 he was elected to the extraordinary academics, and in 1908 in the ordinary. From 1899 to 1905 he was managing the expedition harvested government securities. In 1903, Golitsyn was elected a vowel St. Petersburg City Council. In 1910, Golitsyn received his honorary doctorate from the University of Manchester. In 1911 he was elected president of the International Seismological Association. The principal works Golitsyn: "Studies on Mathematical Physics" (Moscow, 1893); "Zur Theorie der Verbreiterung der Spectrallinien" ( "Bukk. De l` Acad. L. Sc. De St.-Petersbourg ", T. II of, 1895 as" Ann. D. Phys. Und Chem. ", T. LVI , 1895); "Experimentelle Prufung des Doppler` schen Princips fur Lichtstrahlen "(jointly with J. Wilip); "Spectroscopische Untersuchungen" (3 memoir, together with J. Wilip); "Zur Methodik der seismometrischen Beobachtungen" ( "Comptes rendus des seances de la Commission sismique permanente", T. I, Vol. 3, 1904); "The device for registration of inclination changes" ( "Proceedings of the Earthquake Commission", 1905); "Ueber die Methoden zur Beobachtung von Neigungswellen" ( "Comptes rendus des seances de la Commission sismique permanente", 1905); "Ueber einen neuen Seismographen fur die Vertikalkomponente der Bodenbewegung": "Ueber ein neues aperiodisches Horisontalpendel mit galvanometrischer Fernregistrirung"; "Lectures on Seismometry" (SPb., 1912).