Lasarev, Boris G. on 1995 January-February: in Ukrainian.

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Abstract/Description: Lasarev gives a brief biography and his main scientific goals. Discusses the beginning of low temperature physics in Soviet Union; influences of Leiden laboratory; his study in Leningrad; Leningrad school of physics; Abram F. Ioffe, Iakov I. Frenkel, et al. 1932 (first publication). Mentions student years; beginnings of scientific work at Leningrad Physiotechnical institute; scientist Lev Schubnikov and Ivan Obreimov; foundation of Ukrainian Physico-technical institute in 1928; building of institute: Leningrad scientific delegation to Kharkov; strangers in Kharkov - M. Ruhemann and Meisner, discovery of Meisner's effect; Lev Landau and Yu Ryabinin; Lasarev's transition from Sverdlovsk to Kharkov; first Soviet cryogenic laboratory and first cryogenic conference; organization of scientific investigations; development of cryogenic solid state investigations: physics of low temperature and high pressure; superconductivity; background of science and education development in Ukraine; position of Ukrainian Physico-technical institute; scientists Paul Ehrenfest, Victor Weisskopf, and Podolskij; World War II and evacuation of institute; reconstruction of institute post-war cryogenic investigations (Illya Lifshitz, Lev Landau, and V. Hotkevitch); superconductivity (Sergei Konobeevsrij, V. Gorskij).
Subject(s): Ehrenfest, Paul, 1880-1933
Frenkel', IA. I. (IAkov Il'ich), 1894-1952
Gorskij, V
Hotkevitch, V
Ioffe, A. F. (Abram Fedorovich), 1880-1960
Khariton, Yu
Konobeevsrij, Sergei
Landau, L. D. (Lev Davidovich), 1908-1968
Lasarev, Boris G, 1906-
Lifschitz, Illya
Obreimov, Ivan V
Ryabinin, Yu
Ruhemann, M
Schubnikov, Lev
Fiziko-tekhnicheskiĭ institut im. A.F. Ioffe
Kharʹkovskiĭ fiziko-tekhnicheskiĭ institut
Sterrewacht Leiden
Low temperatures
High pressure (Science)
Physicists -- Soviet Union
Physicists -- Ukraine
World War, 1939-1945 -- Soviet Union -- Science