Olga Arsenievna Oleinik

Mathematician, Academic

1925 – 2001

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Who was Olga Arsenievna Oleinik?

Olga Arsenievna Oleinik was a Soviet mathematician who conducted pioneering work on the theory of partial differential equations, the theory of strongly inhomogeneous elastic media, and the mathematical theory of boundary layers. She was a student of Ivan Petrovsky. She studied and worked at the Moscow State University.

She received many prizes for her remarkable contributions: the Chebotarev Prize in 1952; the Lomonosov Prize in 1964; the State Prize 1988; the Petrowsky Prize in 1995; and the Prize of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 1995. Also she was member of several foreign academies of sciences, and earned several honorary degrees.

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Born
Jul 2, 1925
Kiev
Nationality
  • Soviet Union
Profession
Education
  • Moscow State University
Employment
  • Moscow State University
Died
Oct 13, 2001
Moscow

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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