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The main dates of G.V. Kurdyumov’s life and activities

THE MAIN DATES OF G.V. KURDYUMOV’S LIFE AND ACTIVITIES

G.V. Kurdyumov was born on February 14, 1902 in Rylsk, Kursk Province.

1909-1917 – Study at primary school and gymnasium
1918-1919 – Study at Rylsk secondary level united labour school
1919 – Teacher at Red Army School, organizer of Rylsk People’s University, after its opening – Chairman of the Council
1920 – Instructor-trainee in Rylsk District Union of Cooperatives, teacher at primary school in Komarovka village in Rylsk uyezd and school instructor in the volost.
1921-1926 – Student of the Leningrad Polytechnic Institute
1926-1928 – Postgraduate student of the Leningrad Physical-Technical Institute
1928-1929 – Associate Professor of the Leningrad Polytechnic Institute
1929-1930 – Academic visit to Germany
1930-1932 – The Head of the X-ray Metallographic Laboratory at the Leningrad Physical-Technical Institute
1932-1944 – The Head of the X-ray Laboratory at the Dnipropetrovsk Physical-Technical Institute
1933-1941 – Permanent Counselor of the X-ray Laboratory in Mariupol Illich Plant
1933 – Confirmed in the rank of Professor
1935-1939 – Member of plenum of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Executive Committee
1937 – Confirmed in the degree of Doctor of Physico-Mathematical Sciences (without defence of doctoral thesis)
1937-1939 – Acting director of the DPTI
1939 – Elected a Full Member of AS UkSSR
1939-1948 – Member of the Presidium of AS UkSSR
1941-1944 – Evacuated to Magnitogorsk together with DPTI
1942-1944 – Chairman of the Committee for Help of Scientists to a Front attached to the Magnitogorsk city committee of the Communist Party
1943 – Received the award of People's Commissariat of the Tank Industry
1944-1978 – Director of the Institute of Metallurgy and Physics of Metals, the Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy
1945 – Received the Order of the Red Banner of Labour and the medal "For Valiant Labour in the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945"
1945-1951 – Founding Director of the Laboratory for Metal Physics in Academy of Sciences of UkSSR (Kiev) (on a part-time basis)
1946 – Elected a Corresponding Member of AS USSR
1949 – The Supreme State Stalin Prize
1949-1955 – Member of the Presidential Academic Council and Member of the Technical Section of AS USSR
1953 – Elected a Member of Academy of Sciences USSR
1954 – Received the Order of Lenin
1955-1961 – Deputy Academician-Secretary of the Department of Physico-Mathematical Sciences and since 1961 – of the Department of General Physics and Astronomy
1958 – Received the Order of the Red Banner of Labour
1959 – Lecturer of the 12th Hatfield Memorial Lecture of the British Institute for Iron and Steel
1962 – Received the Order of Lenin
1962 – Lecturer of the annual lecture of the Institute of Metals at the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers
1962-1978 – Chairman of the Joint Scientific Council AS USSR on solid state physics
1963-1973 – Founding Director (on a voluntary basis) of the Institute of Solid State Physics AS USSR in Chernogolovka
1965 – Elected an Honorary Member of the American Metallurgical Society (the highest award of the Society)
1966 – Received the highest award of the French Metallurgical Society “Le Chatelier Big Medal”
1967 – Received an Honorably Doctor degree at the University of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow
1969 – Received the Order of Lenin and the Honorary Title “Hero of Socialist Labour”
1969 – Elected a Foreign Member of Academy of Sciences in GDR
1972 – Received the Order of the October Revolution
1973 – Received the highest award of the German Society of Physical Metallurgy “E.Hein Commemorative Medal”
1975 Received the Order of Lenin
1975 – Elected an Honorary Member of the Japan Institute of Metals
1977 – Elected a Member of the National Academy of Engineering in the USA
1978 – Senior Researcher-Counselor of the Institute of Solid State Physics AS USSR
1979 – Received the D.K. Chernov Gold Medal
1982 – Received the Order of Lenin
1984 – Received the UkSSR State Prize
1985 – Received the A. Martens Medal from the West Berlin Physicometallurgical Society

 

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