Corresponding Member of the USSR AS (1953),professor, doctor of physics and mathematics. Specialist in nuclear physics, accelerator techniques, high-energy experimental physics, application of computers to scientific research. Graduated from the Leningrad State University. 1936-1939 - post graduate student of the Radium Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences, 1940-1947 - leader of the cyclotron laboratory No.2 of the Radium Institute 1946-1947 - expert of the UN nuclear (atomic) committee, 1947-1953 - vice-director of the Laboratory No.2 of the USSR Academy of Sciences 1948-1956 - Director of the Institute for Nuclear problems 1956-1966 - Head of Scientific department LNP/JINR 1966-1988 - Director LCTA/JINR 1988-1994 - honorary director of the LCTA/JINR
( 1930-1989 )
Corresponding Member of the USSR AS (1972),professor, doctor of physics and mathematics. Specialist in computational mathematics and computer science automation of physical experiment, system and applied programming, application of computers in scientific research, computer software and multicomputer complexes. Graduated from physics department of the Moscow University. 1953-1955 - engineer designer of the transport engineering factory in Kharkov 1955-1958 - post graduate student of the Moscow University 1958-1961 - researcher of the LTP/JINR 1961-1963 - leader of the group at the LTP/JINR 1963-1966 - head of the mathematical department of the JINR Computing Centre 1966-1988 - LCTA Vice-director on scientific work 1988-1989 - Director of the LCTA/JINR
( born in 1924 )
Professor, Doctor of Technological Sciences. Specialist in automation of the physical experiments and multicomputer complexes. Graduated from the Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute. Worked at JINR since 1954. 1966-1972 - LCTA Vice-Director on scientific policy, since 1972 - in All-Union Research Institute of Management.