Evgeny Aramovich Abramyan — is a Soviet/Russian physicist of Armenian descent, Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Winner of USSR State Prize, one of the founders of several research directions in the Soviet and Russian nuclear technology. Author of more than 100 inventions and several books on applied physics.
Vladimir Naumovich Gribov (Russian Владимир Наумович Грибов) (b. Mar 25, 1930 St. Petersburg - d. Aug 13, 1997 Budapest) was a prominent Russian theoretical physicist, who worked on high-energy physics, quantum field theory and the Regge theory of the strong interactions. His best known contributions are the pomeron, the DGLAP equations, and the Gribov copies.
Valery Pokrovsky (born 1931) is a Russian physicist. He is a member of the Landau Institute in Chernogolovka near Moscow in Russia and a professor for Theoretical Physics at Texas A&M University. After having received his master degree from Kharkov University, Ukraine, in 1953. Valery Pokrovsky defended his PhD thesis at Tomsk University in 1957. Until 1966 he was a scientist at the Siberian Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
Igor M. Ternov (November 11, 1921 — April 12, 1996, Moscow) was a Russian theoretical physicist, known for discovery of new quantum effects in microscopic particle motion such as Dynamic Character of the Electron Anomalous Magnetic Moment, the Effect of Radiative Polarization of Electrons and Positrons in a Magnetic Field, and Quantum Fluctuations of Electron Trajectories in Accelerators.
Abraham Isahakovich Alikhanov (February 20, 1904 – December 8, 1970) was a Soviet physicist, academic, and member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. In 1945, he founded and became director of the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics.
Aleksandr Evgenievich Chudakov (16 June 1921 — 25 January 2001, Moscow) was a Russian physicist in the field of cosmic-ray physics, known for Chudakov Effect, the effect of decreasing ionization losses for narrow electron-positron pairs and for experimentally confirming existence of the transition radiation. He was also the chairman of the IUPAP Cosmic Ray Commission.
Gennadi Zakharov was a Soviet physicist who worked for the United Nations. In 1986, a Guyanese student, known to the world only as “C.S. ”, met him at a subway station in the Queens borough of New York. C.S. had known Zakharov for about three years. He had been helped by Zakharov in his studies and in securing a job with a defense subcontractor. During their encounter in the subway station, C.S.
Yuri Andreevich Osipyan was a Soviet, Russian physicist who worked in the field of solid state physics. Osipyan was born in Moscow and graduated from Georgy Kurdyumov's class at Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys in 1955. His first scientific work puLater, he summarized his interest in science: In late 1950s and 1960s Osipyan worked on the extended effects of interaction of electrons with solid matter and discovered the effect of optical excitation of plastic properties in semiconductors.
Alexander Z. Patashinski is a Research Professor at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He is known for his contributions in many parts of the theoretical physics, including phase transition and critical phenomena, high energy physics, general relativity, amorphous materials. The announcement for the 1982 Nobel Prize in Physics, which was awarded to Kenneth G. Wilson, acknowledges Patashinski, along with B.
Dmitry Nikolaevich Zubarev (November 27, 1917 — July 29, 1992) was a Russian theoretical physicist known for his contributions to statistical mechanics, non-equilibrium thermodynamics, plasma physics, theory of turbulence, and to the development of the double-time Green function's formalism.
Sergei Vladimirovich Tyablikov (September 7, 1921 — March 17, 1968) was a Russian theoretical physicist known for his significant contributions to statistical mechanics, solid-state physics, and for the development of the double-time Green function's formalism.
Vladimir Evgen'evich Zakharov (born August 1, 1939) is a Russian physicist. He is currently Regents' Professor of mathematics at The University of Arizona and director of the Mathematical Physics Sector at the Lebedev Physical Institute. Zakharov's research interests cover physical aspects of nonlinear wave theory in plasmas, hydrodynamics, oceanology, geophysics, solid state physics, optics, and general relativity.
Dmitry Vasil'evich Shirkov (born on March 3, 1928 in Moscow, Russia) is a Russian theoretical physicist known for his contribution to quantum field theory and to the development of the renormalization group method.
Vladimir Dmitrievich Krivchenkov (Russian: Владимир Дмитриевич Кривченков; 15 October 1917 - 7 October 1997 was a Russian physicist, professor, creator of the "Deterministic concept of Quantum Mechanics", author of textbooks, translated into many languages and published many times. I. I. Gol’dman and V. D. Krivchenkov. Problems in Quantum Mechanics.. 1st ed. London: Pergamon Press/Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1961; I. I. Gol’dman, V. D. Krivchenkov, V. I. Kogan, and V. M. Galitskii..
Yevgeny Ivanovich Zababakhin Russian: Евгений Иванович Забабахин, January 16, 1917, Moscow, USSR — December 27, 1984 was a Soviet physicist, one of the chief designers of nuclear weapons in USSR, academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Eng. Lt. Gen. of Soviet Air Force. Lenin and Stalin Prizes (1949, 1951 and 1953, Hero of Socialist Labor . Worked at KB-11 . Later worked as director of NII-1011 . His name was awarded to RFYaTs-VNIITF and to a street in Snezhinsk.