Valentin Rumyantsev

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Valentin Vital'yevich Rumyantsev
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Born (1921-07-19)July 19, 1921
Died June 10, 2007(2007-06-10) (aged 85)
Nationality  Russia
Fields Mechanician
Institutions Dorodnicyn Computing Centre
Alma mater Saratov State University
Doctoral advisor Nikolai Chetaev
Known for mechanics, stability theory
Notable awards The Humboldt Prize (1997)
Agostinelli Prize (1999)

Valentin Vital'yevich Rumyantsev (ru: Валенти́н Вита́льевич Румя́нцев) (19 July 1921, Novaya Skatovka, Saratov region — 10 June 2007, Moscow) — Russian specialist in mechanics, stability theory and control. Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1992), Department of Engineering, Mechanics and Control.

Professor of the Moscow State University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Department of Theoretical Mechanics and Mecatronics.

Editor of the Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (Russian: Прикладная математика и механика).

Corresponding member (1995), member (2000) of International Academy of Astronautics (France, Paris).