Kamil Valiev

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Date of Birth: 01/15/1931

Age: 85

Citizenship: Russia


Akhmetovich Kamil Valiev (tat. Kamil ?xm?t ugl? W?liev, Kamil ?hm? ; t uly V?liev; born January 15, 1931 in the village of Upper Shander Mamadysh district of the Tatar ASSR) - Russia and the Soviet physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, doctor of physical and Mathematical Sciences, professor, scientific director of the Physics and technology Institute.

A graduate of the Kazan State University in 1954.

In the years 1953-1964 (in series) Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Physics of the Kazan Pedagogical Institute. Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1958), Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1963).

the first director of the Institute "Micron" and molecular electronics factory in 1965-1978, respectively.

In 1967-1981 years of the founder and first head of the department of semiconductor integrated circuits (now the Department of integrated electronics and world-systems) MIET [1].

In the years 1977-1983 - Head of the Physics Institute of microelectronics sector them. Lebedev, and in the years 1984-1988 - Head of the Laboratory (department) Microelectronics General Physics Institute.

In 1988, the department was highlighted in the Physical Institute of Technology, and Valiev became its first director. In 2005, he handed the Alexander Alexandrovich Orlikowski, became scientific director of the institute.

In 1989-1992 while working in FTIANe Valiev in connection with the sudden death of Boris Vasilievich Batalov temporarily acting director of Zelenograd NIISAPRAN [2].

Head of the department of physical and technological problems mikroelektronikiMFTI [3] and the Department of Quantum Informatics of Moscow State University [4].

Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (1972), academician of the USSR (1984), Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1991). Currently Deputy Academician-Secretary of the Division of Nanotechnologies and Information Technologies.

The editor of the magazine "Microelectronics" [5].

Commander of the Order of the October Revolution, two Orders of Red Banner of Labor, III and IV degree Order "For Merit". The winner of the Lenin Prize (1974) and the Russian Federation Government Award.

In the years 1954-1991 member of the CPSU.