Ivan Ivanovich Artobolevski

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Ivan Artobolevsky (September 26 (October 9), 1905, Moscow, Russian Empire - 21 September 1977, Moscow, USSR ) - Soviet scientist and engineer, academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labor.

Biography[edit]

Born into a family priest. In 1938, his father was shot. In 1926 he graduated from the Moscow Agricultural Academy Timiryazev. In 1927, he graduated from an external Mathematics Department of Physics and Mathematics Faculty of Moscow State University. Since 1927, in teaching. In the years 1932-1949 - Professor of the Moscow State University, in 1941-1944 - Head of the Department of Applied Mechanics and Control, Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of Moscow State University . C 1937 worked at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In 1939 he was elected a corresponding member, and in 1946 a full member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. C 1942 Professor of the Moscow Aviation Institute.

Since 1947 - Deputy Chairman of the All-Union Society "Knowledge", in 1966 - Chairman of the All-Union Society "Knowledge". Deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 7-9-th convocation.

Honors and Awards[edit]

He also was awarded the Order of Lenin (1954,1965,1967,1969), the Order of the Red Banner (1945), as well as medals "For the Defense of Moscow (1944)," For heroic trud.V commemorate the 100th anniversary of VI Lenin (1970), "Thirty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945." (1975)

Scientific Activities[edit]

Was a founder of the IFToMM - International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science.

Research interests[edit]

Theory of machines and mechanisms problems of theoretical and experimental methods for studying the dynamics of working machines.

Scientific results[edit]

Developed a classification of spatial mechanisms and gave methods for kinematic analysis created methods of kinematic analysis of complex multi-tier mechanism (1939).

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