Vladimir Andrunakievich

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Vladimir Aleksandrovich Andrunakievich (Russian: Владимир Александрович Андрунакиевич, 3 April 1917 – 22 July 1997) was a Moldavian (Moldovan) Soviet mathematician, known for his work in abstract algebra. He was a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences (1958), academician (1961) and vice-president (1964—1969, 1979—1990) of the Moldavian Soviet Academy of Sciences. Laureate of the State Prize of the Moldavian SSR (1972).

Andrunakievich was born in Petrograd. He received his Ph.D. from the Moscow State University in 1946 under the supervision of Aleksandr Gennadievich Kurosh.


  • Radicals of algebras and structure theory (with Iu. M. Ryabukhin). Moscow: Nauka, 1979.
  • Numbers and ideals (with I. D. Chirtoaga). Kishinev: Lumina, 1980.
  • Applied problems of solid mechanics. Kishinev: Stiinta, 1985.
  • Modules, algebras and topologies. Kishinev: Stiinta, 1988.
  • Constructions of topological rings and modules (with V. I. Arnautov). Kishinev: Stiinta, 1988.


  • V. A. Andrunakievich, Yu. M. Ryabukhin, “Complementary and dual torsions”, Algebra, number theory and their applications, Trudy Mat. Inst. Steklov., 148, 1978, 16–26

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