Yuri Gulyayev (physicist)

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Yuri Vasilyevich Gulyayev
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Born September 18, 1935
Tomilino, Moscow oblast, Soviet Union
Residence Soviet Union, Russia
Nationality Russian
Citizenship Soviet Union, Russia
Alma mater Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Known for predicted and studied new type of surface acoustic waves known as Bleustein-Gulyaev waves
Awards USSR State Prize (1974,1984), State Prize of the Russian Federation (2006)
Scientific career
Fields Physics
Institutions Institute of Radio-engineering and Electronics
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

Yuri Vasilyevich Gulyayev (Russian: Юрий Васильевич Гуляев) — (born September 18, 1935 in Tomilino, Moscow oblast) is a Russian physicist and inventor, Full Member and Member of the Presidium of Russian Academy of Science (1992), head of the Semiconductor Electronics chair in the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (1971). Yuri Gulyaev works in the field of solid state physics, radiophysics, electronics, computer sciences and medical electronics. Gulyaev is a pioneer in the fields of modern physics: acoustoelectronics, acoustooptics, spin wave electronics.[1]

In 1995, the International Astronomical Union named the asteroid 1976 YB2 as 6942 Yurigulyaev.[2]

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