MPEI’s honorary doctors

 1972

ANDRAS LEVAI

 

Biographical note

Comprehensive picture of the energy embodied technical point of view, the view from the outside environment and the national strategy. Construction of new units for nuclear power plants in Hungary.

HUNGARY

 

 

Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Hungary, Professor TU Budapest

 1972

STEFAN VASILEV

 

BULGARIA

The Chairman of the Committee of NRB for Nuclear Power

 1972

FRIGYES CHUCKY

 

HUNGARY

Corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

 1972

OTTO BENEDIKT

 

HUNGARY

Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Hungary

 1980

ANTON BLAZEJ

 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovakia

 

 1985

GUSTAV STEGMAN

 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Professor SVSHT Bratislava

 

 1985

OLDRICH BENDA

Biographical note

He graduated with honors from the Slovak higher education technology and was left to work in it. In 1955 he was elected an assistant lecturer, 1957 - Associate Professor, Professor in 1964, in 1970 - head of the department. From 1956 to 1962 - Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering SVSHT. 1967 - Doctor of Technical Sciences.
A. Benda is a prominent scientist in the field of electrical engineering, the author of over 100 scientific papers on theoretical electrical engineering, Electrophysics, electronics and electro.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovakia

 

 1985

WOLFGANG MOSH

Biographical note

He graduated from the Technical University of Dresden in 1953 and worked there as a senior assistant. In 1958 he defended his thesis. In 1968 he defended his doctoral dissertation and was the chair of the supervisory control of high voltage equipment. Currently, prof. Mosh - Dean of the Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Chair of TVN. Member of the CEPT since its formation. He was repeatedly elected a member of the Party Committee of DTU. Scientific activities include art high voltages. He has written a monograph on the application of GIS, published in Berlin in 1979.
Professor Mosch repeatedly came to MEI, presented papers at several scientific conferences.

GERMANY

Professor at Technical University of Dresden

 1989

JURAJ SEDLAK

Biographical note

Scientific and technical activity Yu Sedlak developed in the Slovak Polytechnic Institute. Since 1959, he has lectured on the subjects of "Thermokinetics" and "Thermodynamics". His main area of research is the development of the problems of the thermodynamic analysis of the various processes in the heat power equipment. He also became a leading scientific and technical developer and distributor eksergicheskogo method of thermodynamic and energy analysis in Czechoslovakia.
Developed a thermodynamic theory of chemical transformation of heat - chemical heat pump.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Professor SVSHT Bratislava

 1990

BRETISLAV BENDA

Biographical note

Under his leadership, the foundation has been rebuilt and the content of a number of objects and create new laboratory cabinets in CPI and other universities to study the AIP. It has dozens of publications in Czechoslovakia and abroad.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovakia, Rector CVUT in Prague

 

 1990

JIRI KLIMA

Biographical note

For 10 years, he headed one of the largest universities in Czechoslovakia, was at the forefront of cooperation between CHVUE and MEI.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Academician of the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovakia, Rector CVUT in Prague

 

 1993

DIRK SCHROEDER

Biographical note

1970-1972, the expert in the field of automatic control fixed and variable drives. In 1972, he headed the department of automatic control, and in 1976 became head of the department of industrial sector.

GERMANY

Professor of Technical University of Munich

 1994

ZHANG TONG

Biographical note

Was a student of the radio department of MEI. He returned to his homeland in 1960, the leaders have engaged in the work of scientific research and development in the field of radio communication, telemetry, command and radar technology.
Since 1998 he has been the president of the foreign trade organization of space. Then becomes a member of the Academic Council of the Ministry of Space Industry and director of the institute radio telemetry and remote control, part-time Chairman of the Scientific and Technical Committee of the Institute.

CHINA

President of the Chinese Industrial Corp. "The Great Wall"

 1995

ION ILIESKU

Biographical note

He studied at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, after the first year as one of the top students was transferred to the Department of hydropower MEI, from which he graduated in 1955. He began his career in 1955 as a Design Engineer at the Institute of Energy Research and Design in the Romanian capital. In 1948 he was listed among the founders of the Union of Students Associations in Romania. In 1971, for six months when he was secretary of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, came into open conflict with the policy of the "cultural revolution", organized by Nikolai Ceausescu.
Since 22 December 1989, served as Chairman of the Council of the National Salvation Front. In February and March 1990, led by the Interim Council of the national agreement, which included representatives of all the political parties that emerged in 1990
May 20, 1990, was elected president of Romania.

ROMANIA

President of Romania

 1995

LI PENG

Biographical note

In 1945, the young Lee joined the CPC.
In 1941, Lee enrolled in the Institute of Natural Sciences in Yenan (now Beijing University of Technology). V1948, Lee was sent to study at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, where during his studies, he chaired the Association of Chinese students in the Soviet Union. A year later to become prime minister Zhou Enlai newly formed People's Republic of China.
From 1983 to 1987, Li Peng served as Vice Premier of the State Council and concurrently chairman of the State Board of Education, overseeing the industry, transport, energy, electronics industry, environmental protection. Production equipment. Since March 1988, he became the fourth Premier of the People's Republic of China, one of the top party and state leaders of China.

CHINA

 

 

Premier of the State Council of China

 

 1997

WOLGANG GENS

Biographical note

A prominent scientist in the field of industrial electronics and electric drive.

GERMANY

Rector of the Technical University of Ilmenau

 1997

GERHARD BARTSCH

Biographical note

Mr. Burch is a scientist who made a significant contribution to the world of science. Under his leadership and with his participation in the period from 1990 trained 20 doctoral work, the number of published studies of more than a hundred.
It occupies a prominent place in the TUB. He is director of the Institute of Nuclear Engineering and Director of the Institute TUBES TUBES Energy, a member of the Association of German Engineers and the Society of Nuclear Engineering.
In 1993, prof. H. Bartsch, dean of the Faculty of Power Engineering offered to organize an exchange of students between TUB and MEI to perform theses.
ITF Chair and Institute of Power Engineering Technical University of Berlin have been cooperating since 1987. Thanks to G. Bartsch, during co produced reports and articles held exchanges of teachers and students for research on probation, to perform theses. Professor G. Bartsch scientist who made a significant contribution to the world of science in the field of thermodynamics, energy conversion methods, techniques of nuclear reactors, and ecology. Under his leadership, were prepared and defended doctoral dissertation.

GERMANY

Professor at Technical University of Berlin

 1997

ALEXANDERI. LEONTEV

Biographical note

In 1950, after graduating from the Moscow Aviation Institute, he entered the Moscow Power Engineering Institute. In 1959rukovoditel laboratory Thermogasdynamics at the Institute of Thermal Physics, Siberian Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In Siberia, together with C.S. Kutateladze developed a limit on the legality of the near-wall turbulence. In 1975 Professor Thermogasdynamics and gas turbine engines at Moscow State Technical University. Bauman. In 1979-1998 Head of the Department. Since 1998 there adviser of administration. C 1986 Co-Chair, and with 1995predsedatel National Committee for Heat and Mass Transfer of Sciences. In 1996, the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Physical and Technical Problems of Power Engineering Sciences. Major works on the theory of heat and mass transfer, the turbulent boundary layer.
Since 1994, he is the Chairman of the Presidium of the Russian National Conference on Heat Transfer.

RUSSIA

Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences

 1998

NIKITA MOISEEV

Biographical note

Since 1970, the scope of Moiseev included problems of mathematical modeling of processes in the biosphere, including the relationship between the processes of nature and society. Developed under the guidance system of the biosphere and climate models allowed in 1983 to become the world-famous numerical calculations of the effects of a full-scale nuclear war, called "Nuclear Winter."
The President of the Independent Advisory Association. Chairman of the series "Optimization and Operations Research" (published by "Science"), a member of the editorial board of the series "Academic Reading" Academy of Sciences ("Nauka"), a member of the editorial board of the series "Science - unlimited possibilities and potential limitations" (published by "Science").

RUSSIA

Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences

 2000

DIMITR DIMITROV

Biographical note

Is a major scholar electrician whose work in the field of dynamics, research and design of electrical AC machines are widely known. S1955-1958 participated in the design and construction of new electrical installations and power lines objects. 1958 Head of State electric repair shop metallurgical plant "Lenin". 1964-1965 - specializing in the Moscow Energy Institute. 1980 - Professor of electrical machines.
In his books and teaching aids produced a generation of engineers. He deservedly considered an outstanding organizer of science and education in Bulgaria.

BULGARIA

Minister of Education and Science of Bulgaria

 2001

BARRY DOOLEY

Biographical note

Is one of the leading specialists in the field of engineering. For 9 years, he worked in the energy company Ontario Hydro (Canada) and has worked to increase the reliability of power equipment. Since 1984 he is working in a research institute electricity (EPRI), the U.S. and responsible for deciding on optimizing water chemistry in thermal power plants.
At the initiative of B.Duli in 1993 for the first time in the United States on a number of blocks with straight-through boilers was introduced oxidative water regime. Also organized a group of international cooperation in the study of various aspects of the behavior of impurities in the flow of steam turbines.
B.Duli is the focal point of many research works on water chemistry regime carried out in different countries. Since 1993, he has actively cooperated with the MEI and the Department of TVT and SRC Geo under a contract between EPRI and MEI. In 1996, B. Dooley defended his doctoral thesis at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute in the Department of TVT.

USA

The Executive Secretary of the International Association for the Properties of steam USA

 2002

LASLO KAPOYI

Biographical note

1988. Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
1994. Honorary Doctor of the Institute of Heavy Industry, the Miskolc;
2000. Honorary Doctor of Science at the University them. Janus Pannonius Pecs.

HUNGARY

Chairman of the Board of JSC "System Consulting"

 2003

VLADIMIR A. KOTELNIKOV

Biographical note

After graduation, he entered the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, graduating in 1931, he received his degree in electrical engineering and began working as an engineer in the Institute of Communications of the Red Army, then moved to the Central Research Institute of the People's Commissariat of Communications and simultaneously began working in the MEI. At the initial path of his career, he dealt with problems of increasing the efficiency of communication systems.
VA Boilermakers is an outstanding teacher. Over 30 years he headed the department "Fundamentals of Radio Engineering" in the MEI, was dean and founder of the radio department. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Honorary Dean of the Faculty of Radio Engineering Dept. VA Boilermakers - twice Hero of Socialist Labor, was awarded six Orders of Lenin, the Order of the Red Banner, the Order "Badge of Honor", holder of the Order "For Merit" first and second degree.

RUSSIA

Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences

 2004

WILFRIED STOLL

Biographical note

Founded the company Festo office in Vienna and began to develop the business in the Eastern European countries. In 1969, W. Stoll, along with his brother Kurt Stoll, begins to lead the company Festo in Germany. In 1997 the company was transformed into a joint stock company and B. Stoll became president of the company. He led her over 30 years and made it a world leader in industrial automation with branches in 52 countries.
While working in the industry Stoll in the early 60's, has created a line of educational activity of the company, which focuses on the training of workers in industry and held as a stand-alone company Festo, and in collaboration with various educational institutions of the world.
B. Stoll is a professor at the University of Shanghai Tanchzhi, holds the title of Senator of the University of Applied Sciences Esslingen, and is a member of the Supervisory Board of the University.
Stoll was at the origins of cooperation with Festo MEI.

GERMANY

President of Festo

 2007

PETER SCHARFF

Biographical note

Successfully completed his studies at the TU Clausthal in 1984 with a degree Chemistry. By the end of 1987 completed his thesis, he taught and supervised the scientific working group and at the end of 1991 he defended his doctoral thesis in the field of inorganic chemistry at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. In 1994 he was elected a Visiting Professor of the Nicolaus Copernicus University of Torun (Poland). In 1996 received the title of Professor of Inorganic Chemistry freelance at the TU Clausthal. In 1999 became a professor at the TU Ilmenau. Professor Scharf also held senior positions in numerous scientific bodies, is the author or co-author of over 200 scientific publications and 150 presentations at international conferences and congresses.

GERMANY

Rector of the Technical University of Ilmenau

 2010

ALEXSANDER E. SHEINDLIN

Biographical note

Outstanding scientist, recognized by the international scientific community expert in the field of thermal physics, thermal energy and new methods of energy conversion. Works Sheind-lin AE devoted to fundamental research in the field of thermo-physical properties of materials, MHD - a method of energy conversion, alternative sources of energy, applied superconductivity and plasma physics. In recent years, he pays great attention to Thermal Physics of Extreme States, the safety of nuclear energy and hydrogen energy. As part of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences "Fundamental Problems of Energy" under the guidance of Academician AE Sheind-lin developed the fundamental provisions of the Russian power industry development strategy for the period up to 2030 The team of scientists under his leadership in 2005 developed the concept of modernization of the energy sector of the Moscow region.

RUSSIA

Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Honorary Director of High Temperatures

26.10.2012

DUDLEY BRIAN SPALDING

Biographical note

He made a decisive contribution to the creation of models of turbulence and heat transfer, has developed the world's first settlement package for the numerical simulation of fluid flow and gas, and also translated some of the fundamental works of Soviet scientists in English.
In 1968 he visited the Soviet Union to participate in the international conference organized by the Institute of Thermal Physics. Since then cooperates with Russian scientists and regularly visits Russia. In 1994 he was elected a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He speaks Russian.

UNITED KINGDOM

CHAM Ltd

Managing Director of CHAM Ltd

2014

ABBASOV ALI MAMMAD OGLU

 

REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN

Minister of Communications and Information Technologies

2014

WIECKOWSKI TADEUSZ

 

POLAND

Rector of the Wrocław University of Technology

2014

DUISHENALIEV TURATBEK B.

 

KYRGYZ REPUBLIC

Rector of the Kyrgyz State Technical University (KSTU)

2014

PHUNG XUAN NHA

REPUBLIC OF ​VIETNAM

President of Vietnam National University

2015

RIEDLE KLAUS

AUSTRIA

Professor Dr. –Ing., board member of the VDI-GEU

2017

RODNEY JOHN ALLAM

UNITED KINGDOM

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate and a winner of the award "Global Energy"

2017

DIETRICH MOELLER

GERMANY

President of the Siemens company in Russia and Vice-president of Siemens AG concern, Germany

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