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The academician V.E. Zuev (1925-2003) the organizer of the Tomsk scientific center from RAS



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D.M. Matveev

The ACADEMICIAN V.E. Zuev (1925-2003) is the ORGANIZER of the TOMSK SCIENTIFIC CENTER Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science

Article is devoted to activity of the outstanding scientist, the RAS academician, the founder of the Tomsk academic science V.E. Zuev. The author focuses attention on the questions connected with preparatory activities on the organization of the first academic institute and formation of structure of Tomsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science. The role of the scientist in formation of network of research establishments in Tomsk is shown, basic data of its biography are provided.

The outstanding scientist, the physicist, the RAS academician Vladimir Evseevich Zuev was born on January 29, 1925 in. Small Goals of Kachugsky district of the Irkutsk region. In 1942 ended a course of high school with honors in the village Kachug and worked as the coalminer, the foreman of prospecting artel in Baykalzoloto trust. In the summer of 1943 it was mobilized for service in the Soviet Army, to the Far East. Vladimir Evseevich was involved in fighting in Manchuria.

In 1946-1951 V.E. Zuev was a student of physical faculty of the Tomsk state university (TGU, nowadays - the National research Tomsk state university). Studying at the university, Vladimir Evseevich was interested in science. Under the leadership of professor of department of optics and spectroscopy N.A. Prilezhayeva (1908-1992) he published the first scientific article. The student of the V course V.E. Zuev received the certificate of honor of the Ministry of the higher education of the USSR as the young researcher for special achievements in science. It became the first big recognition on its scientific way.

After the termination of the university in 1951 E. Zuev came to a postgraduate study at department of optics and spectroscopy of TGU Training in a postgraduate study the intermolecular interaction in a system quinone-phenol" for a degree of Candidate of Physics and Mathematics ended in 1954 with brilliant defense of a thesis ". It is necessary to emphasize that V.E. Zuev submitted the master's thesis to protection ahead of schedule. In 10 years, in 1964 he generalized the carried-out scientific researches in the doctoral dissertation. By results of successful protection the degree of the doctor of physical and mathematical sciences was appropriated to the scientist.

Vladimir Evseevich consistently passed a way from the student to professor and the head of the department of optical-electronic devices of radio physical faculty of the Tomsk state university. In 1954-1956 in combination was the senior teacher of the Tomsk state Pedagogical Institute (now - the university).

Further scientific activity of V.E. Zuev was connected with the Siberian Physics and Technology Institute (SPTI) created thus - the sky state university in 1928

In 1955 the employees of SFTI received a government task for performance of the subject "Research of Overall Performance of Heatdirection Finders and Devices of Night Vision under Various Conditions in the Atmosphere". Professor N.A. Prilezhayeva became a project head. According to its offer the scientific group as a part of candidates of science P.N. Kokhanenko, V.K. Sonchik and V.E. Zuev was created. The research of regularities of distribution of electromagnetic waves of optical range in the atmosphere was a subject of their work.

V.E. Zuev, having passed to work into SFTI, in different years held positions of the senior research associate, head of the laboratory, deputy director of institute for research work. In SFTI the founder of the Tomsk academic science Vladimir Evseevich began the Star Trek in science though simple it is impossible to call it.

The journalist V.Z. Vinogradov in article "Calling Beam" well spoke this difficult stage of formation of V.E. Zuev as scientist [1, page 276]. It showed difficulties which the young collective met with the solution of the scientific task. The opinion of the famous Leningrad experts who paid much attention to studying transparency of the atmosphere earlier became one of collective problems on the way of search. They let know V.E. Zueva that it did not make sense to be engaged in this subject as they in this plan did the big research which did not bring, however, the expected result. It is quite natural that such statement did not inspire optimism in the Tomsk researchers. But the detailed conversation of V.E. Zuev with one of outstanding scientists, professor N.D. Smirnov, on the arisen questions helped to be adjusted on a working harmony and to look in a different way at a position of colleagues from Leningrad.

It should be noted that none of members of the created few collective had relation to atmosphere optics problems before. For performance of all amount of works over a government subject the special ground was created and the high-voltage power line is constructed. In 1958 the task on a subject was successfully performed.

In 1960 in SFTI the laboratory of infrared radiations was created. V.E. Zuev was appointed her head. The scope of the researches conducted in laboratory was relevant and important. This laboratory formed a basis for creation of the first Tomsk academic institute. In the 1960th there was a process of creation of new research team. V.E. Zuev accurately formulated and proved the program of complex researches consisting of theoretical justifications and experimental methods.

Activity of V.E. Zuev and his collective in SFTI was very fruitful. At this time Vladimir Evseevich used any opportunity for expansion of the scientific outlook. Participated in the conferences, symposiums and seminars of various level which were taking place both in our country and beyond its limits. With the scientific purpose he visited the leading scientific world centers. The number of staff of laboratory of infrared radiations gradually grew. There were new theoretical justifications of scientific problems which needed to be confirmed with experiments.

The main results of the research work which is carried out to SFTI laboratories, V.E. Zuev generalized in the first monographs "Transparency of the Atmosphere for Visible and Infrared Beams" (M., 1966), "Distribution of visible and infrared waves in the atmosphere" (M., 1970). These works drew attention of experts and received positive reviews of the leading scientific educational institutions of the country.

Noting importance of the conducted researches and their further development by the staff of Institute of optics of the atmosphere FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR, we will give some responses on the first monograph by V.E. Zuev. The rector of the Leningrad state university (nowadays - St. Petersburg State University), the head of the department of physics of the atmosphere, the doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, professor K.Ya. Kondratyev gave appreciation to activity of all laboratory. He wrote in the response that in short terms the first-class research team which was the leader in researches of transparency of the atmosphere was succeeded to create V.E. Zueva. In conclusion professor K.Ya. Kondratyev paid special attention on

the fact that the monograph by V.E. Zuev was the only thing in the world literature generalization of researches of transparency of the atmosphere [2, l. 10].

The staff of Peoples' Friendship University of P. Lumumba (now - Peoples' Friendship University of Russia) - the head of the department of experimental physics, the doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, professor A.A. Semyonov and the senior engineer G.N. Lipatov - emphasized that the monograph by V.E. Zuev captured the current state of a problem and generalized practically all researches of this subject covered in scientific literature [3, l. 4].

Candidates of Technical Sciences, associate professors, engineers colonels Zabrodsky and Petrov from the Leningrad military engineering academy Decorated with the Order of the Red Banner to them. A.F. Mozhaysky (now - Military space academy to them. A.F. Mozhaysky) sent to SFTI the general response to the monograph [4, l. 11]. They emphasized two essential positive features of content of work: rather complete overview of researches of transparency of the atmosphere for radiations of visible and infrared wave band and also researches of the parameters of the atmosphere significantly influencing distribution of these radiations in a gas cover of our planet; important quantity characteristics of spectral transparency of the atmosphere.

In SFTI scientific work of Vladimir Evseevich was also highly appreciated. In the report on research work of institute for 1966 it was noted that V.E. Zuev in the monograph summed up the results long-term "... complex theoretical and pilot studies of molecular absorption, aerosol dispersion and general weakening of radiations of the thermal sources extending in the atmosphere on horizontal and inclined routes at various weather conditions". The laboratory of infrared radiations of SFTI was for the first time solved "... tasks about power of the thermal radiation extending through real unequigranular the disseminating and absorbing environments which clouds, fogs, smokes are..." [5, l. 33].

V.E. Zuev considered that the main results of activity of laboratory of infrared radiations of SFTI are stated in its two monographs and paid them special attention in the memoirs.

Vladimir Evseevich understood that it is impossible to continue large-scale scientific work within one laboratory, it was necessary to create institute of an optical profile as a part of the Siberian office of Academy of Sciences of the USSR (nowadays - the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science). It planned the organization of new academic institution on base labo-

ratoriya of infrared radiations of SFTI. Realization of this idea was promoted by arrival of the famous optician, professor, the member correspondent of Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the winner of the State award of the USSR S.L. Mandelstam (1910-1990) to Novosibirsk in 1966 to the chairman of presidium of the Siberian office of Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the academician of Academy of Sciences of the USSR M.A. Lavrentyev (1900-1980) in connection with a question of opening of institute of an optical profile in Novosibirsk subsequently. V.E. Zuev understood that for him there were only two ways: moving to the Siberian center of science or creation of such establishment in Tomsk.

With this idea Vladimir Evseevich addressed to the Tomsk regional committee of the CPSU, to the first secretary E.K. Ligachyov (river of 1920) and got support. Egor Kuzmich worked as the vice-chairman of the Novosibirsk regional executive committee, and then the first secretary of the Soviet district committee of party of Novosibirsk earlier and took the most active part in construction of the Campus. Understanding of importance of creation of the center of the academic science in Tomsk was inherent in it. Many prominent scientists noted its big contribution to formation and development of the Siberian academic science.

As V.E. Zuev remembered later, E.K. Ligachyov contacted the academician M.A. Lavrentyev and agreed about their meeting. Thus, it was succeeded to fix a thought of creation of institute in the new scientific direction at the regional level.

In the second half of the 1960th Tomsk was visited by the authoritative commissions for the purpose of clarification here of the level of scientific research, including in the field of atmosphere optics. Representatives of Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Ministry of the higher and secondary vocational education of RSFSR, regional party bodies were their part. Members of the commissions came to a positive conclusion - to support the idea of creation of the academic institute in Tomsk.

But ahead a lot of work on lobbying of interests of residents of Tomsk in the capital as the organization of the first academic research institute (RI) was opposed by some representatives of local high school elite was coming. Their main argument was the fact that creation of the academic science in Tomsk could destroy the scientific researches which were carried out in higher educational institutions.

And only on August 5, 1968. The presidium of Council of ministers of the USSR adopted resolution No. 594 "About development of scientific research in Tomsk" according to which two academic institutions FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR - Institute of optics of the atmosphere and Institute of chemistry of oil were created here [6, l. 1].

The presidium of the Siberian office of Academy of Sciences of the USSR in February, 1969 issued the resolution "About Institute of Optics of the Atmosphere FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR". It approved as the director-organizer of institute of V.E. Zuev and approved the first scientific directions of scientific research institute.

the Institute appeared in many respects thanks to a huge scientific reserve which was saved up within the walls of SFTI from 1955 to 1969 E. Zuev repeatedly emphasized this fact in the memoirs. The on-stage performance, efficient, highly skilled group of research associates and technicians directed by the scientist with a world name brought Institute of optics of the atmosphere to positions of the world leader of optical aerosol researches.

V.E. Zuev's merits as erudite and talented organizer of science were noted by Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In 1970 he was nominated to replacement of a vacancy of the corresponding member as "Physicist" on the Siberian office of Academy of Sciences of the USSR. It found support in regional party bodies. In the letter directed to the president of Academy of Sciences of the USSR M.V. Keldysh, the first secretary of the Tomsk regional committee of the CPSU E.K. Ligachyov noted: "Professor V.E. Zuev is the talented scientist whose works are well-known in the Soviet Union and abroad. The list of scientific works of V.E. Zuev contains 2 large monographs published by Soviet Radio publishing house in 1966 and 1970, 87 articles and 68 reports. V.E. Zuev successfully combines scientific activity with big party and public work. & lt;...> Professor V.E. Zuev made a big contribution to development of scientific research in Tomsk. Under its management arose and the first-class research team on atmospheric optics. & lt gained recognition among scientists of the Soviet Union;...> Being the director of the Tomsk's first academic institute, professor V.E. Zuev directs many efforts and energy to development and strengthening of new scientific institution..." [7, l. 5]. Vladimir Evseevich in 1970 was elected the member correspondent, and in 1981 - the academician of Academy of Sciences of the USSR.

The institute of optics of the atmosphere FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR created in 1969 gave scientific life to other scientific research institutes of the Tomsk campus.

For carrying out basic and applied researches at Institute of optics of the atmosphere at the initiative of V.E. Zuev in 1972 the special design bureau of scientific instrument making (SKB NP) Optika was created (now - Institute of monitoring of climatic and ecological systems of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science). The special design bureau of NP Optika was one of large institutions with the closed production cycle providing creation of devices and the equipment in the field of ecological

monitoring, laser and medical equipment, automatic equipment and electronics. The staff of special design bureau of NP Optika together with staff of Institute of optics of the atmosphere FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR at different times created skilled unique samples of the new equipment. Development and activity of special design bureau of NP Optika were under constant control of administration of Institute of optics of the atmosphere. A number of difficulties was connected with the special design bureau organization. To V.E. Zuev and E.K. Ligachyov in the ministries and the central departments the need of creation of specialized special design bureau in Tomsk was necessary to prove more than once. The State Planning Committee of the USSR repeatedly excluded objects of special design bureau from the title list of allied buildings that existence of establishment threatened. The positive solution of this question was the basic moment in the history of the Tomsk research establishments FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR as they needed development of modern technologies for optics, electronics, mechanics, automatic equipment, laser equipment and the small batches of the equipment necessary for carrying out experiments.

The structure of Institute of optics of the atmosphere included laboratory of electronics. Shortly before it it was allocated from the structure of scientific research institute of nuclear physics at the Tomsk polytechnical institute (nowadays - the National research Tomsk Polytechnic University). Professor, subsequently the RAS academician, the vice president of RAS G.A. Mesyats (river of 1936) was the head of laboratory. It was planned that the laboratory will become department later, and then and independent institute [8, l. 123]. In 1977 the scientific reserve of department of silnotochny electronics allowed to organize on its Institute of Silnotochny Electronics base FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR which is the world leader in the scientific direction.

By 1979 in the territory of the Tomsk campus three institutes, special design bureau of NP Optika and other scientific divisions were created. It was necessary to adjust coordination between them for more effective solution of scientific and organizational tasks.

V. E. Zuev addressed to regional party bodies and presidium WITH Academy of Sciences of the USSR with an initiative about creation in Tomsk of branch of office. Let's note that else in 1975 the presidium of the Siberian office of Academy of Sciences of the USSR recognized expediency of creation of such branch on the basis of group of the Tomsk research establishments [9, l. 11].

After long conciliation procedures on December 11, 1978. The council of ministers of the USSR accepted the offer of Council of ministers of RSFSR, Academy of Sciences of the USSR and State committee of Council of ministers of the USSR on science and technology about organiza-

tion of the Tomsk branch FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The presidium of Academy of Sciences of the USSR in February, 1979 approved the resolution providing creation of branch FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Tomsk (now - the Tomsk Scientific Center (TSC) of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science) [10, l. 66].

Under the resolution of Academy of Sciences of the USSR V.E. Zuev [11, l was appointed the chairman of presidium of the Tomsk branch. 158]. To the organization of branch the scientist was authorized on TNC FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1970-1979). In the history of the Tomsk academic science the new period began.

In 1979 as a part of Institute of optics of the atmosphere on the basis of the resolution of Presidium FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR the department of physics of a solid body and materials science was created. FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR passed 10 employees of SFTI into Institute of optics of the atmosphere. Professor, subsequently the RAS academician V.E. Panin (river of 1930) headed work of this structural unit.

But the history of creation of new scientific research institute in Tomsk lasted for several years [12, l. 8, 181]. Only in 1984 in the territory of the Tomsk campus the Institute of physics of durability and materials science FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR was open. The director-organizer of scientific research institute V.E. Panin, remembering a formation stage, pointed that in Institute of optics of the atmosphere its department achieved high scientific rates and the group of experts was created.

At Vladimir Evseevich during formation of Tomsk Scientific Center there were many creative plans for creation of new research institutes. So, in the letter directed to the chairman of presidium FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR academician M.A. Lavrentyev in December, 1972 Vladimir Evseevich reported about the "preliminary reasons about the prospects of development FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Tomsk". According to the scientist, from 1976 to 1980 in Tomsk it was necessary to create Computer center, special design bureau of NP Optika, Institute of electronics, Nuclear Energy Institute; and in 1981-1990 - institutes of applied mathematics, automatic equipment, applied quantum electronics, information systems and management, biophysics, problems of the North and the experimental experimental plant [13, l. 32]. Here in this letter there was all Vladimir Evseevich with his irrepressible energy, the nature, scientific scope and large-scale approach to the solution of the most difficult tasks.

Except creation and development of scientific divisions, Vladimir Evseevich also did not forget Campus components about development social. Thanking, including, to his efforts and cares, energy and persistence in the territory of the Campus houses, and many staff of the academic research establishments were constructed

could improve the living conditions. Besides, the high comprehensive school, policlinic on 600 visits a day, two children's plants, the House of scientists, pharmacy, Optika shop, library, Ovoshchi-frukty shop, Rubin hotel complex and other buildings were constructed [14, page 1].

For control of the course of construction of objects of science and welfare purpose the party headquarters for construction periodically gathered on a meeting of party committee of the Tomsk branch (scientific center) FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR. The staff of the academic institutes was its part. Their work was coordinated by V.E. Zuev [15, l. 31].

V. E. Zuev was a permanent and active participant of many international symposiums, conferences, seminars throughout all the scientific life.

In different years the famous scientist participated in work of the XII General Assembly of the International geodetic and geophysical union (Moscow), the International astronautical congress (Belgium), the I session of the International association of meteorology and physics of the atmosphere (Australia),

VI International symposium on laser sounding of the atmosphere (Japan), International symposium on radiation (Germany, USA) and many others. Nearly an every year was marked for V.E. Zuev by new foreign business trips, participation in work of scientific Soviet (Russian) delegations. He visited the scientific and business purposes in the leading countries of the world (England, Switzerland, the USA, Belgium, Japan, Germany, Poland, Australia, Canada, Italy, Austria, France, Finland, Sweden, South Korea).

Vladimir Evseevich was a coordinator of comprehensive target program No. 1 "A research of air pollutions by means of lasers and development of scientific bases of conservation" scientific cooperation between Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) (1981-1984). For successful implementation of this program in 1984 it is conferred a joint award of Academy of Sciences of the USSR and BAS.

In 1985 within bilateral cooperation of Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the BAN on territories of the People's Republic of Bulgaria by Institute of optics of the atmosphere FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR the scientific expedition on sounding of gas composition of the atmosphere was held. The presidium of the Bulgarian academy of Sciences awarded V.E. Zuev with the Medal for big merits and a personal contribution to development and achievements in the field of laser sounding of the atmosphere.

In 1987 an agreement between the governments of the USSR and Bulgaria on opening interstate research and production was signed

associations "Probe". It was engaged in production of the devices and devices developed by groups of the Soviet and Bulgarian scientists. The parent organization of the company defined the scientific and technical complex "Institute of Optics of the Atmosphere" (it is created in 1985).

The academician V.E. Zuev was a member of executive committee of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (1975-1983), was the honorary member of the American optical society. From 1971 to 1983 was a part of the International commission on radiation at the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.

Vladimir Evseevich was engaged in big publishing activity. At different times was a part of various editorial boards of the leading scientific magazines. Among them - "Applied spectroscopy", "News of Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Physics of the atmosphere and ocean", "News of higher educational institutions. Physics", "Earth research from space". Besides, it was the organizer and the editor-in-chief of the scientific magazine RAS "Optika of the atmosphere" (since 1992 - "Optika of the atmosphere and ocean").

The famous scientist is the founder of school of sciences of optics of the atmosphere and scientific and pedagogical school in the field of physics and ecology of the environment. In the course of creation of school of sciences the charismatic personality is always essential. Being such personality, Vladimir Evseevich acts not only as the founder, but also the teacher, the head, the leader. Besides, it should be noted profound knowledge of an object of a research, erudition, creative approach to business. These qualities V.E. Zuev fully had. The scientist's contribution to training of highly qualified personnel is considerable. It prepared 40 doctors and more than 100 candidates of science. Many of his pupils are widely known to scientific community, and several experts became member correspondents of RAS subsequently (S.D. Tvorogov, M.V. Kabanov, V.V. Zuev,

V. L. Mironov). Vladimir Evseevich is the author of 30 monographs and about 700 scientific articles.

In the scientific efforts Vladimir Evseevich also did not forget about teaching work at the native classical university. In combination he was an associate professor (1964), professor (19651972, 1985-1989), directed department of optical-electronic devices (1972-1985). Since 1996 E Zuev held a position of professor-consultant of department of optical-electronic systems and remote sensing of radio physical faculty of TGU. Was professor-consultant of the rector of TGU.

Vladimir Evseevich was the deputy of the Supreme Council of the USSR the 8-10th convocations (1970-1984) and

took the most active part in work of the Commission on environmental protection. Besides, he was a member of the Tomsk regional committee of the CPSU (19711991).

From 1968 to 1977 Vladimir Evseevich was a part of presidium of the Tomsk regional board of society "Znaniye". At department of science and educational institutions of the Tomsk regional committee of the CPSU the council for coordination of scientific research under the leadership of V.E. Zuev worked (1972-1990). Institutions of the Tomsk branch (scientific center) FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR were parent organizations in sections: automation of technological processes and scientific research, geophysical methods of search and oil and gas production, environmental protection, electronics. V.E. Zuev was also the vice-chairman of council for acceleration of scientific and technical progress at the Tomsk regional committee of the CPSU. Activity of this structure received positive assessment of the management FROM Academy of Sciences of the USSR.

The scientist long time was a part of governing bodies of Academy of Sciences of the USSR (RAS). He was a member of presidium FROM ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR (RAS) (19712003), the member of presidium of RAS (1991-1996). Vladimir Evseevich also at different times held high posts of the academician-secretary of Office of oceanology, physics of the atmosphere and geography of RAS, the adviser of presidium of RAS and the adviser of presidium of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science.

Vladimir Evseevich was awarded many awards and the medals, had a number of honorary titles. In 1985 for big merits in development of science, preparation of scientific shots V.E. Zuev was awarded a high rank of the Hero Sotsialistichesko-

go Work with delivery of the Order of Lenin and the gold medal "Hammer and sickle". It was awarded the medals "For a Victory Over Japan", "Veteran of Work", 5 medals of ENEA of the USSR, "For valorous work. In commemoration of the 100 anniversary since the birth of V.I. Lenin", "For merits before the Tomsk state university"; Orders of the Badge of Honour, Patriotic war of the II degree, the Labour Red Banner (twice), "For merits before the Fatherland" (II and III degrees) and other awards. He was a winner of the State award of the USSR and an award of Council of ministers of the USSR. In 2000 to the scientist the rank "Honourable Citizen of Tomsk" [16, was given by page 5; 17, page 328; 18, page 127; 19, page 244].

Vladimir Evseevich Zuev died in Tomsk on June 6, 2003. In memory of it on a facade of the building of Institute of optics of the atmosphere of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science the commemorative plaque was established on January 29, 2004. On it the simple words clear to everyone are beaten out: "Academician Vladimir Evseevich Zuev (1925-2003). Outstanding scientist-physicist, founder of Tomsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, creator and the first director of Institute of optics of the atmosphere (1969-1997), winner of the state awards, Hera of Socialist Work". And on December 19, 2006 the presidium of RAS made the decision on assignment to Institute of optics of the atmosphere of V.E. Zuev.

The memory of the outstanding scientist, the talented organizer of Tomsk Scientific Center will live forever in its scientific concepts, developments, monographs and followers who will continue business of all his life, business of scientific search and searches, the theory and an experiment.

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D.M. Matveev, candidate of historical sciences, associate professor.

Tomsk state pedagogical university.

Kiyevskaya St., 60, Tomsk, Tomsk region, Russia, 634061.

E-mail: dmmatveev@rambler.ru

Material came to edition 31.05.2010.

D. M. Matveev

ACADEMICIAN V. E. ZUEV (1925-2003) - FOUNDER OF TOMSK SCIENTIFIC CENTER OF SIBERIAN DEPARTMENT OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

The article describes the activity of an outstanding scientist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the founder of Tomsk academic science - V. E. Zuev. Author accents the questions, connected with preparatory work of foundation of the first academic institute and formation of the structure of Tomsk scientific center of Siberian department of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He also shows the significant role of the scientist in establishment of the network of research institutions in Tomsk city, gives the main data of life history of V. E. Zuev.

Tomsk State Pedagogical University.

Ul. Kiyevskaya, 60, Tomsk, Tomsk region, Russia, 634061.

E-mail: dmmatveev@rambler.ru

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