Vladimir Andrunakievich

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Vladimir Andrunakievich on a 2017 stamp of Moldova

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).[1]

Andrunakievich was born in Petrograd. He received his Ph.D. from the Moscow State University in 1947 under the supervision of Aleksandr Gennadievich Kurosh.[2]

Monographs[edit]

  • 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.

Articles[edit]

  • 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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