Nicolae Filip

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Nicolae Filip
Nicolae Filip 1926.jpg
Born (1926-03-03)March 3, 1926
Sofia, Bălţi County, Kingdom of Romania
Died May 15, 2009(2009-05-15) (aged 83)
Bălţi, Moldova
Nationality Moldova
Occupation Physicist

Nicolae Filip (March 3, 1926 - 15 May 2009) was born in the village of Sofia, Bălţi to a family of farmers. He was an expert in the field of physics, and contributed significantly to the study of "The spread of ultrashort radio waves." He was elected an honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.[1]

He was the Chancellor of Bălţi's State University "Alecu Russo".

Career[edit]

  • Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1962).
  • Habilitirovanny Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1979).
  • University Professor (1980), a leading specialist in the field of radio physics.
  • Excellence in Public Education of the USSR (1971).
  • 1973 awarded the title "Honored Worker of Higher School of MSSR.
  • 1995 was elected an honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.
  • 1996 awarded the State Prize of the Republic of Moldova in the field of science and technology.
  • Since 1997, ND Philippe member of the International Academy of Sciences Graduate School.
  • 2000 Honorary Doctor Jassy Technical University. Gh.Asachi.
  • Since 2001, is an honorary citizen of the city Belts.

Awards[edit]

Bălţi Municipal Council Decision Nr. 11/24 on 03.04.2001, the recorded in the Book of Honor by assigning him the title "Honorary Citizen mun. Bălţi."

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Detalii despre membrii Academiei de Ştiințe a Moldovei