Yuri Dmitrievich Tretyakov

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Yuri Dmitrijewitsch Tretyakov ( Russian Юрий Дмитриевич Третьяков ; born October 4, 1931 in Rostov-on-Don ; † August 11, 2012 in Moscow ) was a Russian chemist and university professor .


After attending secondary school in Rostov-on-Don the officer's son Tretyakov in 1949 began studying at the chemistry - Faculty of Rostov State University (RGU), graduating in 1954 with honors. Then he stepped to the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU), the aspirant to. In 1958 he defended his candidate dissertation on the investigation of alloys with high coercive field strength using the method of adiabatic heating. 1964–1945 he carried out scientific research at the Max Planck Institute for Physical Chemistry in Göttingen . In 1965 he defended his doctoral thesis on the investigation of the chemistry and thermodynamics of ferrites . This work formed the foundation for the new chemical and materials science department of the MGU. In 1967 Tretyakov was sent to the USA , where he worked as a visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania , the University of Chicago and the Ohio State University until 1968 .

In 1969 Tretyakov became a professor at the chair for general chemistry at MGU. 1974–1975 he was visiting professor at the Australian National University . In 1978 he switched to the chair for chemical technology at MGU. In 1984 Tretyakov was elected Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (AN-SSSR, since 1991 Russian Academy of Sciences (RAN)) and in 1987 he became a Real Member. In 1988 he was elected head of the Chair of Inorganic Chemistry and was appointed head of the Laboratory for Inorganic Materials Science. In 1991, on his initiative, the Faculty of Materials Science was founded, of which he became dean .

Tretyakov held guest lectures at Waseda University and other Japanese universities (1980–1981, 1988, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2001), at the Humboldt University in Berlin and the University of Hanover (1978, 1990, 1993, 1994) and from Pohang University of Natural Sciences and Technology , Seoul National University , Chungnam University and Daegu University in Gyeongsan (1994, 1997-2000). There were joint projects with the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart , the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden and the University of Münster .

Parallel to his teaching activities at the MGU Tretyakov worked in the Institute for General and Inorganic Chemistry of the AN-SSSR or RAN, where he founded the Laboratory for Synergetics in 1994 . The focus of Tretyakov's scientific work was inorganic chemistry as the basis for the development of functional materials . The main focus was on solid electrolytes and superionic conductors, magnetic semiconductors and high-temperature superconductors . The results of the scientific work have been reported in many publications.

Tretyakov was buried in the Troyekurovo cemetery.

Honors, prizes, memberships

Individual evidence

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  2. Большая российская энциклопедия: ТРЕТЬЯКО́В (accessed June 24, 2018).
  3. RAN: Третьяков Юрий Дмитриевич (accessed June 23, 2018).
  4. ^ Tretyakov YD: Inorganic Materials Engineering through Evolution Development of Solid State Systems . In: Journal of Physical Chemistry . tape 207 , 1998, pp. 93-112 .
  5. Math-Net.Ru: Третьяков Юрий Дмитриевич (accessed June 24, 2018).
  6. ^ Yuri Dmitrijewitsch Tretyakov's grave (accessed June 23, 2018).
  7. Указ Президента РФ от April 16, 2007 N 494 О награждении государственными наградами Российской Федерации (accessed June 23, 2018).