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Sergey Vonsovskiy

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Date of Birth: 09/02/1910

Age: 87

Place of birth: Tashkent

Citizenship: Russia

Background

Vonsovskii, Sergey (born 09/02/1910 -. Mind in 1998.) - Soviet and Russian physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

He graduated from Leningrad State University (1932). In 1932-1939 gg. He worked in the Ural Physico-Technical Institute (Sverdlovsk), since 1939 - head of department of the Institute of Metal Physics. From 1971 to 1985 - Chairman of the Presidium of the Ural Scientific Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Since 1947. - Ural University professor, since 1993 was the rector of the Humanitarian University in Ekaterinburg.

The founder of the Ural scientific school on the theory of solids and physics of magnetic phenomena. Works in the field of solid-state quantum theory of many-electron theory of metals and semiconductors, ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic theory, superconductivity. In 1934-1936 gg. together with SP Shubin built polar and sd-exchange model of crystalline solids. He created the theory of transition metals, rare earth alloys and compounds, taking into account the relationship of the magnetic and electrical properties of this group of substances. He laid the foundations of the theory of ferromagnetism of alloys, developed the theory of magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction. A significant series of works related to the theory of superconductivity in transition metals and alloys, the problem of the coexistence in them of ferromagnetism and superconductivity.

Vonsovskii, Sergey (born 09/02/1910 -. Mind in 1998.) - Soviet and Russian physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

He graduated from Leningrad State University (1932). In 1932-1939 gg. He worked in the Ural Physico-Technical Institute (Sverdlovsk), since 1939 - head of department of the Institute of Metal Physics. From 1971 to 1985 - Chairman of the Presidium of the Ural Scientific Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Since 1947. - Ural University professor, since 1993 was the rector of the Humanitarian University in Ekaterinburg.

The founder of the Ural scientific school on the theory of solids and physics of magnetic phenomena. Works in the field of solid-state quantum theory of many-electron theory of metals and semiconductors, ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic theory, superconductivity. In 1934-1936 gg. together with SP Shubin built polar and sd-exchange model of crystalline solids. He created the theory of transition metals, rare earth alloys and compounds, taking into account the relationship of the magnetic and electrical properties of this group of substances. He laid the foundations of the theory of ferromagnetism of alloys, developed the theory of magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction. A significant series of works related to the theory of superconductivity in transition metals and alloys, the problem of the coexistence in them of ferromagnetism and superconductivity.

Vonsovskii, Sergey (born 09/02/1910 -. Mind in 1998.) - Soviet and Russian physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

He graduated from Leningrad State University (1932). In 1932-1939 gg. He worked in the Ural Physico-Technical Institute (Sverdlovsk), since 1939 - head of department of the Institute of Metal Physics. From 1971 to 1985 - Chairman of the Presidium of the Ural Scientific Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Since 1947. - Ural University professor, since 1993 was the rector of the Humanitarian University in Ekaterinburg.

The founder of the Ural scientific school on the theory of solids and physics of magnetic phenomena. Works in the field of solid-state quantum theory of many-electron theory of metals and semiconductors, ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic theory, superconductivity. In 1934-1936 gg. together with SP Shubin built polar and sd-exchange model of crystalline solids. He created the theory of transition metals, rare earth alloys and compounds, taking into account the relationship of the magnetic and electrical properties of this group of substances. He laid the foundations of the theory of ferromagnetism of alloys, developed the theory of magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction. A significant series of works related to the theory of superconductivity in transition metals and alloys, the problem of the coexistence in them of ferromagnetism and superconductivity.

Vonsovskii, Sergey (born 09/02/1910 -. Mind in 1998.) - Soviet and Russian physicist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

He graduated from Leningrad State University (1932). In 1932-1939 gg. He worked in the Ural Physico-Technical Institute (Sverdlovsk), since 1939 - head of department of the Institute of Physics metallov.S 1971 to 1985 - Chairman of the Presidium of the Ural Scientific Center of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Since 1947. - Ural University professor, since 1993 was the rector of the Humanitarian University in Ekaterinburg.

The founder of the Ural scientific school on the theory of solids and physics of magnetic phenomena. Works in the field of solid-state quantum theory of many-electron theory of metals and semiconductors, ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic theory, superconductivity. In 1934-1936 gg. together with SP Shubin built polar and sd-exchange model of crystalline solids. He created the theory of transition metals, rare earth alloys and compounds, taking into account the relationship of the magnetic and electrical properties of this group of substances. He laid the foundations of the theory of ferromagnetism of alloys, developed the theory of magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction. A significant series of works related to the theory of superconductivity in transition metals and alloys, the problem of the coexistence in them of ferromagnetism and superconductivity.

honors

Order of Lenin (thrice)

Order of the Red Star

Order of the Red Banner of Labour (twice)

Hero of Socialist Labor (1969)

USSR State Prize (1975, 1982)

Gold Medal. SI Vavilov

Demidov Prize

Foreign Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Foreign Corresponding Member of the German Academy of Sciences

Honorary Citizen of the city of Yekaterinburg (1975)