Academicians (main_a06) Luppol Ivan Kapitonovich. 1929 luzin nikolai Nikolaevich. 1994 Lvov Dmitri S. http://www.icp.ac.ru/RAS_1724-1999/CD_PAH/ENG/GALLERY/ACA_MA06.HTM
Extractions: Full Members of the Academy Ladyzhenskaya Olga Aleksandrovna Lamanskii Vladimir Ivanovich Landau Lev Davidovich Landsberg Grigorii Samuilovich Langsdorf Grigorii Ivanovich (Georg Heinrich) Lappo-Danilevskii Aleksandr Sergeevich Laptev Vladimir Viktorovich Larichev Oleg Ivanovich Larionov Vladimir Petrovich Larkin Anatolii Ivanovich Laskorin Boris Nikolaevich Latyshev Vasilii Vasilievich Laverov Nikolay Pavlovich Lavrenko Yevgenii Mikhailovich Lavrentiev Mikhail Alekseevich Lavrentiev Mikhail Mikhailovich Lavrov Piotr Alekseevich Lavrovskii Nikolai Alekseevich Laxmann Kirill Gustavovich (Erich Gustav) Lazarev Piotr Petrovich Lazarev Vladislav Borisovich Le Roy Piotr Liudovik (Pierre-Louis) Lebedev Aleksandr Alekseevich Lebedev Sergei Alekseevich Lebedev Sergei Vasilievich Lebedev-Polianskii Pavel Ivanovich Legasov Valerii Alekseevich Lehmann Johann Gottlieb Lehrberg August (Aaron) Christian Leibenson Leonid Samuilovich Lenz Emilii Khristianovich (Heinrich Friedrich Emil) Lenz Robert Khristianovich (Robert Christian) Leonov Leonid Maksimovich Leonov Yuri Georgievich Leontiev Aleksandr Ivanovich Leontiev Leopold Igorevich Leontovich Mikhail Aleksandrovich Lepekhin Ivan Ivanovich Letnikov Feliks Artemievich Leutmann Johann Georg Levinson-Lessing Franz Yulievich Lexell Andrei Ivanovich (Andreaus Johann) Liapunov Aleksandr Mikhailovich Liapunov Boris Mikhailovich Libert (Liebertus) Johann Christophor Lifshits Ilia Mikhailovich Lifshits Yevgenii Mikhailovich Likhachev Dmitrii Sergeevich
Luzin Nikolai Nikolaevich Luzin. Honours awarded to Nikolai Luzin (Click a linkbelow for the full list of mathematicians honoured in this way). http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Luzin.html
Extractions: Nikolai Nikolaevich Luzin was born in Irkutsk, and his birthplace was not, as is incorrectly stated in a number of sources, Tomsk. Nikolai's father was a businessman, half Russian and half Buryat. Nikolai was the only son of his parents and the family moved to Tomsk when he was about eleven years old so that he could attend the Gymnasium there. One might expect that Nikolai would have shown a special talent for mathematics at the Gymnasium, but this was far from the case ([13] and [14]):- This was because the system of instruction ... was based on mechanical memory: it was required to learn the theorems by heart and to reproduce their proofs exactly. For Luzin this was torture. His progress in mathematics at the Gymnasium became worse and worse, so that his father was obliged to engage a tutor ... Fortunately the tutor was a talented young man who quickly discovered that, despite Luzin's poor performance in mathematics, he could solve hard problems but often using a novel method that the tutor had never seen before. Soon the tutor had shown Luzin that mathematics was not a subject where one had to learn long lists of facts, but a topic where creativity and imagination played a major role.
Academicians (main07) Lukin Nikolai Mikhailovich (N. Antonov). 1929 luzin nikolai Nikolaevich http://www.icp.ac.ru/RAS_1724-1999/CD_PAH/ENG/GALLERY/AC_MA07.HTM
Extractions: Full Members of the Academy Levinson-Lessing Franz Yulievich Likhachev Nikolai Petrovich Menzbir Mikhail Aleksandrovich Glinka Konstantin Dmitrievich Tarle Yevgenii Viktorovich Zhebelev Sergei Aleksandrovich Alekseev Vasilii Mikhailovich Arkhangelskii Andrei Dmitrievich Bakh Aleksei Nikolaevich Bernshtein Sergei Natanovich Borisiak Aleksei Alekseevich Bukharin Nikolai Ivanovich Chaplygin Sergei Alekseevich Chichibabin Aleksei Yevgen'evich Deborin (Ioffe) Abram Moiseevich Dem'anov Nikolai Yakovlevich Favorskii Aleksei Yevgrafovich Friche Vladimir Maksimovich Gedroits Konstantin Kaetanovich Grushevskii Mikhail Sergeevich Gubkin Ivan Mikhailovich Gulevich Vladimir Sergeevich Kistiakovskii Vladimir Aleksandrovich Krylov Nikolai Mitrofanovich Krzhizhanovskii Gleb Maksimilianovich Liubavskii Matvei Kuzmich Lukin Nikolai Mikhailovich (N. Antonov) Luzin Nikolai Nikolaevich Mandel'shtam Leonid Isaakovich Maslov Piotr Pavlovich Mitkevich Vladimir Fiodorovich Nadson Georgii Adamovich Obruchev Vladimir Afanas'evich Petrushevskii Dmitrii Moiseevich Pokrovskii Mikhail Mikhailovich Pokrovskii Mikhail Nikolaevich Prianishnikov Dmitrii Nikolaevich Riazanov David Borisovich Rozhdestvenskii Dmitrii Sergeevich Sakulin Pavel Nikitich Samoilovich Aleksandr Nikolaevich Solntsev Sergei Ivanovich Vavilov Vinogradov Ivan Matveevich Vladimirtsov Boris Yakovlevich Zabolotnyi Daniil Kirillovich Zelinskii Nikolai Dmitrievich Lunacharskii Anatolii Vasilievich Pisardzhevskii Lev Vladimirovich Volgin Viacheslav Petrovich
All Members (main_a10) Member Luzhkov Aleksandr Ivanovich. 1997 Corr.Member Luzin Gennadii Pavlovich.1929 Academician luzin nikolai Nikolaevich. 1994 Academician Lvov Dmitri S. http://www.icp.ac.ru/RAS_1724-1999/CD_PAH/ENG/GALLERY/XXA_MA10.HTM
Extractions: Full List of Academy Members Foreign Mem. L'Huiller Simon-Antoine-Jean Foreign Mem. La Vallee-Poussin Louis de Foreign Mem. Lacaille Nicolas-Louis de Foreign Mem. Lacaze-Duthiers Felix-Joseph-Henri de Foreign Mem. Lachmann Karl Konrad Friedrich Foreign Mem. Lacroix Francois-Antoine-Alfred Academician Ladyzhenskaya Olga Aleksandrovna Foreign Mem. Lagarde (Boetticher) Paul Anton de Corr.Member Lagorio Aleksandr Yevgenievich (Alexander Karl Leo) Foreign Mem. Lagrange Joseph Louis, de, count Corr.Member Lagus Wilhelm Foreign Mem. Lalande Le Francois Joseph-Jerom de Academician Lamanskii Vladimir Ivanovich Corr.Member Lamanskii Yevgenii Ivanovich Corr.Member Lame Gabriel Foreign Mem. Landau Edmund Georg Hermann Academician Landau Lev Davidovich Foreign Mem. Landolt Hans Heinrich Academician Landsberg Grigorii Samuilovich Foreign Mem. Langevin Paul Foreign Mem. Langles Louis-Mathieu Academician Langsdorf Grigorii Ivanovich (Georg Heinrich) Foreign Mem. Lankester Edwin Ray Foreign Mem. Lanman Charles Rokwell Hon. Member Lanskoi Sergei Stepanovich Corr.Member
Extractions: Full Members of the Academy Ladyzhenskaya Olga Aleksandrovna Lamanskii Vladimir Ivanovich Landau Lev Davidovich Landsberg Grigorii Samuilovich Langsdorf Grigorii Ivanovich (Georg Heinrich) Lappo-Danilevskii Aleksandr Sergeevich Laptev Vladimir Viktorovich Larichev Oleg Ivanovich Larionov Vladimir Petrovich Larkin Anatolii Ivanovich Laskorin Boris Nikolaevich Latyshev Vasilii Vasilievich Laverov Nikolai Pavlovich Lavrenko Yevgenii Mikhailovich Lavrentiev Mikhail Alekseevich Lavrentiev Mikhail Mikhailovich Lavrov Piotr Alekseevich Lavrovskii Nikolai Alekseevich Laxmann Kirill Gustavovich (Erich Gustav) Lazarev Piotr Petrovich Lazarev Vladislav Borisovich Le Roy Piotr Liudovik (Pierre-Louis) Lebedev Aleksandr Alekseevich Lebedev Sergei Alekseevich Lebedev Sergei Vasilievich Lebedev-Polianskii Pavel Ivanovich Legasov Valerii Alekseevich Lehmann Johann Gottlieb Lehrberg August (Aaron) Christian Leibenson Leonid Samuilovich Lenz Emilii Khristianovich (Heinrich Friedrich Emil) Lenz Robert Khristianovich (Robert Christian) Leonov Leonid Maksimovich Leonov Yuri Georgievich Leontiev Aleksandr Ivanovich Leontiev Leopold Igorevich Leontovich Mikhail Aleksandrovich Lepekhin Ivan Ivanovich Letnikov Feliks Artemievich Leutmann Johann Georg Levinson-Lessing Franz Yulievich Lexell Andrei Ivanovich (Andreaus Johann) Liakisnev Nikolai Pavlovich Liapunov Aleksandr Mikhailovich Liapunov Boris Mikhailovich Libert (Liebertus) Johann Christophor Lifshits Ilia Mikhailovich
Luzin Nikolai Nikolaevich Luzin. Nikolai Nikolaevich Luzin was born in Irkutsk, and hisbirthplace was not, as is incorrectly stated in a number of sources, Tomsk. http://kspu.kaluga.ru/history/English/Luzin/Luzin.html
Luzin Biography of nikolai luzin (18831950) nikolai Nikolaevich luzin. Born 9 Dec 1883 in Irkutsk, Russia http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Luzin.html
Extractions: Nikolai Nikolaevich Luzin was born in Irkutsk, and his birthplace was not, as is incorrectly stated in a number of sources, Tomsk. Nikolai's father was a businessman, half Russian and half Buryat. Nikolai was the only son of his parents and the family moved to Tomsk when he was about eleven years old so that he could attend the Gymnasium there. One might expect that Nikolai would have shown a special talent for mathematics at the Gymnasium, but this was far from the case ([13] and [14]):- This was because the system of instruction ... was based on mechanical memory: it was required to learn the theorems by heart and to reproduce their proofs exactly. For Luzin this was torture. His progress in mathematics at the Gymnasium became worse and worse, so that his father was obliged to engage a tutor ... Fortunately the tutor was a talented young man who quickly discovered that, despite Luzin's poor performance in mathematics, he could solve hard problems but often using a novel method that the tutor had never seen before. Soon the tutor had shown Luzin that mathematics was not a subject where one had to learn long lists of facts, but a topic where creativity and imagination played a major role.
References For Luzin References for nikolai luzin. Nauk 8 (2) (1953), 93104. PI Kuznetsov, nikolaiNikolaevich luzin, Russian Mathematical Surveys 29 (5) (1974), 195-208. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Luzin.html
Extractions: N K Bari and L A Lyusternik, The work on N N Luzin on the metric theory of functions (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk S S Demidov, From the early history of the Moscow school of function theory, Philosophia Mathematica S S Demidov, A N Parshin and S M Polovinkin, On the correspondence of N N Luzin with P A Florensky (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. No. S S Demidov, A N Parshin, S M Polovinkin and P V Florensky, The correspondence of N N Luzin with P A Florensky (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. No. V S Fedorov, The work of N N Luzin on the theory of functions of a complex variable (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk C E Ford, The influence of P A Florensky on N N Luzin, Historia Mathematica V K Goltsmann and P I Kuznetsov, The work of N N Luzin on differential equations and numerical methods (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk
References For Luzin References for the biography of nikolai luzin References for nikolai luzin. Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 19701990). http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/References/Luzin.html
Extractions: N K Bari and L A Lyusternik, The work on N N Luzin on the metric theory of functions (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk S S Demidov, From the early history of the Moscow school of function theory, Philosophia Mathematica S S Demidov, A N Parshin and S M Polovinkin, On the correspondence of N N Luzin with P A Florensky (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. No. S S Demidov, A N Parshin, S M Polovinkin and P V Florensky, The correspondence of N N Luzin with P A Florensky (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. No. V S Fedorov, The work of N N Luzin on the theory of functions of a complex variable (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk C E Ford, The influence of P A Florensky on N N Luzin, Historia Mathematica V K Goltsmann and P I Kuznetsov, The work of N N Luzin on differential equations and numerical methods (Russian), Uspekhi Mat. Nauk
E-xecutive | Community Members | L | Luzin Nikolai Borisovich Similar pages The Mathematics Genealogy Project Index of LUZ Luzardo-Flores, Jose, Claremont Graduate University, 1997. luzin, nikolai,Moscow State University, 1915. Luzius , Hans-Peter, Universität Berlin, 1938. http://www.e-xecutive.ru/en/community/card_5943/
Extractions: The E-xecutive team welcomes all English speaking managers and professionals, who work or just take an interest in Russia. The structure of the English version of the site is close but not identical to the Russian one. We tried to take into consideration specific needs of the expat business community working in or thinking of going to Russia.
Luzin Portraits Portraits of nikolai luzin nikolai luzin. This is taken from a Russian stamp http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/PictDisplay/Luzin.html
OPE-MAT - Mathématiciens Lukasiewicz, Jan Lavanha, Joao Lhuilier, Simon luzin, nikolai Lavrentev, Mikhail Libri, Carucci Lyapunov, Aleksandr http://www.gci.ulaval.ca/PIIP/math-app/Historique
History Of Astronomy: Index Of Persons lobach2.jpg. luzin, nikolai Nikolaevich. Issued by Russia in 2000 luzin.jpg http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/~pbrosche/persons/pers-index.html
Extractions: Aaronson, Marc (1950-1987) Abbadie, Antoine Thompson d' (1810-1897) Abbe, Cleveland (1838-1916) Abbe, Ernst (1840-1905) Abbon de Fleury [Abbo of Fleury; Albo; Albon Floriacensis] (c. 945-1004) Abbot, Charles Greeley (1872-1973) Abbott, Francis (1799-1883) Abbott, Francis (jnr) (1834-1903) Abel, Niels Henrik (1802-1829) Abell, George Ogden (1927 - 1983) Abetti, Antonio (1846-1928) Abetti, Giorgio (1882-1982) Abiosi, Jean-Baptiste (14th-15th c.) Ablufarabius: see al-Farabi, Mohammed (ca. 870-950) Abney, Sir William de Wiveleslie (1843-1920) Abraham bar Hiyya Ha-Nasi [Abraham Ben Chaja [Chija]; Abraham Judaeus] (ca. 1070-1136(?)) Abraham Ben Dior [Ben David, Harischon; Josophat Ben Levi] (12th c.) Abraham ben Meir ibn Ezra: see Ezra, Abraham ben Meir ibn (1092-1167) Abraham Zachut (15th c.) Abu Abdallah al-Battani (868-929): see al-Battani
History Of Science Society | HSSOnline.org Biographical material is also available on nikolai luzin, a founder of the twentiethcentury Moscow School of mathematics, in two articles Esther luzin R. http://www.hssonline.org/teach_res/essays/graham/grahamp3.html
Extractions: Mathematics It is in mathematics that Russia and the Soviet Union have made the greatest contributions. Today the Soviet Union is a world power in mathematics. Indeed, Moscow probably has the greatest concentration of talent of any city. The main competitor is no doubt Paris, since mathematicians in the United States, another leader in mathematics in the last generation, are more widely distributed geographically. Unfortunately, the importance of the history of Russian and Soviet mathematics is poorly reflected in English-language sources. Not even Lobachevskii, the creator of non-Euclidean geometry, is the subject of a full biography in English. V.F. KaganÕs N. Lobachevsky and His Contribution to Science (Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1957) is perhaps the source most often cited, but it is clearly inadequate. Alexander Vucinich has explored some of the nontechnical aspects of Lobachevskii's life in his "Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevskii: The Man Behind the First Non-Euclidean Geometry," Isis , 1962, 53:465-481. The best source on the circumstances of the creation of Lobachevskii geometry is a senior thesis by Gregory Crowe, "The Life and Work of Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky: A Study of the Factors Leading to the Discovery and Acceptance of the First Non-Euclidean Geometry" (Harvard Univ., 1986).
Luzin He wrote to luzin's wife (see 8) nikolai Nikolaevich is a very sweet and fineperson; but in personal relationships he is not at all mature, especially in http://kspu.kaluga.ru/history/Russian/Luzin/Luzin.html
Prokhorov -> Kolmogorov -> Luzin -> Egorov -> Bugaev, Nicolay Bugaev, who begat in 1901. · Dimitri F. Egorov, who begat in 1915. ·nikolai N. luzin, who begat in 1925. · Andrei N. Kolmogorov, who begat in 1949. http://math.ucsd.edu/~vrotar/pedigree.html
Images Of Mathematicians On Postage Stamps Highquality scans of postage stamps from around the world picturing famous mathematicians.Category Science Math Mathematicians Directories his death. lobach2.jpg. luzin, nikolai Nikolaevich. Issued by Russiain 2000 luzin.jpg. LYAPUNOV, Aleksandr Mikhailovich. Issued by http://jeff560.tripod.com/
Extractions: Images of Mathematicians on Postage Stamps RECENT CHANGES: On March 15, a Spanish stamp depicting Archimedes was added, a stamp issued by the Netherlands depicting De Witt was added, a 1961 stamp issued by the Soviet Union depicting workers studying mathematics was added, a 1978 Finnish stamp commemorating the Internation Congress of Mathematicians was added, and bernoulli.jpg, imk.jpg, lagrange.jpg, leibniz1.jpg, leibniz2.jpg, luxembourg2000.jpg, nunes.jpg, and huygens1.jpg were replaced with better scans. Thanks to Bert Jagers for these images. Also on March 15, workers2.jpg, newton46.jpg, newton47.jpg, huygens3.jpg, descartes8.jpg, and descartes9.jpg were added. Thanks to Brigitte Vallee for these images. ABEL, Niels Henrik. Issued by Norway on April 6, 1929, upon the death centenary abel1.jpg abel2.jpg abel3.jpg abel4.jpg ; issued by Norway on June 5, 2002, on the two-hundredth anniversary of his birth abel5.jpg abel6.jpg ; a coin issued by Norway in 2002 on the 200th anniversary of his birth abel7.jpg
OPE-MAT - Historique Translate this page Laurent, Hermann Lexell, Anders Lueroth, Jacob Laurent, Pierre Lexis, Wilhelm Lukasiewicz,Jan Lavanha, Joao Lhuilier, Simon luzin, nikolai Lavrentev, Mikhail http://www.gci.ulaval.ca/PIIP/math-app/Historique/mat.htm
Extractions: Abel , Niels Akhiezer , Naum Anthemius of Tralles Abraham bar Hiyya al'Battani , Abu Allah Antiphon the Sophist Abraham, Max al'Biruni , Abu Arrayhan Apollonius of Perga Abu Kamil Shuja al'Haitam , Abu Ali Appell , Paul Abu'l-Wafa al'Buzjani al'Kashi , Ghiyath Arago , Francois Ackermann , Wilhelm al'Khwarizmi , Abu Arbogast , Louis Adams , John Couch Albert of Saxony Arbuthnot , John Adelard of Bath Albert , Abraham Archimedes of Syracuse Adler , August Alberti , Leone Battista Archytas of Tarentum Adrain , Robert Albertus Magnus, Saint Argand , Jean Aepinus , Franz Alcuin of York Aristaeus the Elder Agnesi , Maria Alekandrov , Pavel Aristarchus of Samos Ahmed ibn Yusuf Alexander , James Aristotle Ahmes Arnauld , Antoine Aida Yasuaki Amsler , Jacob Aronhold , Siegfried Aiken , Howard Anaxagoras of Clazomenae Artin , Emil Airy , George Anderson , Oskar Aryabhata the Elder Aitken , Alexander Angeli , Stefano degli Atwood , George Ajima , Chokuyen Anstice , Robert Richard Avicenna , Abu Ali Babbage , Charles Betti , Enrico Bossut , Charles Bachet Beurling , Arne Bouguer , Pierre Bachmann , Paul Boulliau , Ismael Bacon , Roger Bhaskara Bouquet , Jean Backus , John Bianchi , Luigi Bour , Edmond Baer , Reinhold Bieberbach , Ludwig Bourgainville , Louis Baire Billy , Jacques de Boutroux , Pierre Baker , Henry Binet , Jacques Bowditch , Nathaniel Ball , W W Rouse Biot , Jean-Baptiste Bowen , Rufus Balmer , Johann Birkhoff , George Boyle , Robert Banach , Stefan Bjerknes, Carl
IEP KSC, INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC PROBLEMS Leading scientists. GENNADY P. luzin Dr.Sci. (Geolmin.); TATYANA M.PACHINA Ph.D(Econ.); KONSTANTIN V. PAVLOV Ph.D. (Econ.); nikolai G.PESHEV Ph.D. (Econ.); http://www.ksc.ru/ksc/ekon/people/ek0.html
Extractions: Back to the main page Previous page. Leading scientists. GENNADY P. LUZIN Dr.Sci. (Econ.), Professor, Corr.-Member of RANS Director of Institute ELENA A.VERBINENKO Ph.D (Econ.) Scientific secretary VLADIMIR A. DOIBAN Ph.D.(Econ.) ZOYA D.GRITSAI Ph.D. (Econ.) ANATOLY V. ISTOMIN Ph.D. (Econ.) LARISA A.KOVALENKO Ph.D. (Econ.) VASILY V. KRYUCHKOV Dr.Sc. (Biol.) FYODOR D. LARICHKIN Ph.D. (Econ.) EVGENY E. LAZAREV Ph.D. (Econ.) VYACHESLAV M. MIKHAILOV Ph.D. (Eng.) BORIS K. OSTISTY Dr.Sci. (Geol-min.) TATYANA M.PACHINA Ph.D (Econ.) KONSTANTIN V. PAVLOV Ph.D. (Econ.) NIKOLAI G.PESHEV Ph.D. (Econ.) EVGENY M. PETROV Ph.D. (Econ.) VLADIMIR S. SELIN Ph.D. (Econ.) NIKOLAI V. SIMONOV Ph.D (Econ.) RUVIN I. TRIPOLSKY Ph.D. (Philos.) VLADIMIR V. VASILYEV Ph.D (Geogr.) VLADIMIR S. ZHAROV Ph.D. (Econ.)