Date of Birth: 04/25/1931
Place of birth: Moscow
Berezin was born in Moscow (Moscow) April 25, 1931, studied at the Moscow State University (Moscow State University), graduating in 1953, but was unable to attend graduate school because of Jewish descent (his mother, Esther Abramovna Rabinovich, was Jewish). His father, Alexander Berezin, was an economist. Over the next three years Berezin taught at the Moscow school and went on to study mathematical physics at the beginning of Israel Moiseevich Gelfand (Israel Moiseevich Gelfand), which is considered one of the greatest mathematicians of the last century. After the beginning of the Khrushchev `ottepeli` Berezin 25-year-old joined the faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of Moscow State University.
Berezin died - utonulpri alloy - during summer vacation on the Kolyma (Kolyma), July 14, 1980.
His name in mathematics is integral over the Berezina anticommuting variables and the so-called `berezinian`, an analogue of the Jacobian by replacing anticommutative variables.