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  About Kharkov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Kharkov is situated in the north-eastern part of Ukraine at the junction of the rivers Kharkov and Lopan.
Kharkov is one of the largest centers of Ukrainian industry.
Investigations of Kharkov scientists in the field of solid-state physics, cryobiology and cryomedicine, radio electronics and radio physics, crystal synthesis, low temperature physics, genetics and selection are known all over the word.
www.happyfamily.com.ua /kharkov.php   (1709 words)

  
 Kharkov. Photos. Tour Guide.
Kharkov (or Kharkov) region is located in the north-east of Ukraine.
Kharkov is the second largest city of Ukraine and the capital of Kharkov region.
Kharkov was founded in 1654 when Ukrainian Cassacks built a fortified settlement on the plateau near the Kharkov and Lopan rivers.
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 Kharkov
Tempestuous economic development of Kharkov both for the whole history of its existance and particularly at an initial period was much defined by the Kharkovites love for knowledges.
From church-parochial schools of XVII century through the institution of Kharkov collegium that remained Slobozhanschina (North-East Ukraine) centre of education before the beginning of age XIX to the opening of Kharkov University in 17 january 1805 - such is a glorious way Kharkov educators.
From 1919 to 1934 Kharkov was the capital of Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
www.fortunecity.com /skyscraper/code/811/ukraine/kharkov/history.htm   (778 words)

  
 Kharkiv University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kharkiv National University (also known as Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukrainian: Харківський національний університет імені Каразіна), in the city of Kharkiv, is one of the major universities in Ukraine, and earlier in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union.
It was founded in 1804 through the efforts of Vasyl Karazin, (after whom the university is now named), becoming the second oldest university in Ukraine after the University of Lviv.
Among the scholars associated with the university there are three Nobel prize winners:
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kharkov_University   (125 words)

  
 Akhiezer Naum Ilyich
Himself a brilliant mathematician, an expert in the field of constructive function theory, his achievements were distinguished by giving him the honorary title of a Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Ukraine and awarding him the USSR Academy of Sciences Chebyshev prize.
In 1941 - 1943 he worked at Kharkov Polytechnic Institute as the deputy head of the chair of theoretical and mathematical physic, and later he organised the chair of applied mathematics and was the head of it since 1947 to 1955.
In September 2001, the international scientific conference took place initiated by Kharkov State University and Kharkov Institute of Low Temperature Physics and Engineering on the occasion of 100 anniversary of this prominent mathematician's birth date under the name "Function Theory and Mathematical Physics" (International Akhiezer Centenary Conference "Function Theory and Mathematical Physics").
kharkov.vbelous.net /english/politex1/ahiezer.htm   (247 words)

  
 >>Our Family Story <<
Kharkov is a major educational and industrial research center, with Kharkov State University (1805) and technical schools training engineers for the cities industries.
Toward the end of the 19th century, many Jewish youths from the provinces of the Pale began to attend the University of Kharkov, and in 1886 the 414 Jewish students formed 28.3% of the student body.
When the Germans occupied Kharkov at the end of 1941, the Jews still present were concentrated within the buildings of an abandoned factory on the outskirts of town, and in January 1942 were killed at the site known as Drobitzky Yar, about 5 miles from Kharkov.
www.ourfamilystory.net /Kharkov.html   (504 words)

  
 ECOLOGICAL ATLAS OF KHARKOV REGION IN UKRAINE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Kharkov and its suburbs (31,400 km2) is a well-developed industrial region of Ukraine where heavy engineering industry, chemical, textile and pharmaceutical chemistry industries and thermal power-stations are grouped.
The present project is aimed at evaluating the extent of environmental pollution by heavy metals in different parts of Kharkov region.
Based on the data obtained, the maps of terrestrial abundance of the elements in Kharkov region are compiling.
www.iastate.edu /~iwise/iwise/research/researchSummaries/ECOLOG1.html   (493 words)

  
 Kharkov City
Kharkov, today the second largest Ukrainian city, in the nineteenth century was a Russian community outside the Pale of Settlement.
Kharkov was seen as a place where a young man or woman could be educated while renting accomodations in an observant Jewish home.
Those who attended University in the Russian Empire were almost all the children of registered Guild merchants and by the 1880s, 415 Jewish students, young men and women formed almost thirty percent of the University of Kharkov student body.
www.jewishgen.org /Ukraine/Kharkov/KharkovCollection.htm   (1932 words)

  
 Kharkov/Info -englisch
Charkiw,The town Kharkov lies in the north-east of the Ukraine on the rivers Lopan, Udy and Kharkiv and is the capital of the region with the same name which has 3.1 million inhabitants.
During the Communist years, Kharkov was one of the most important scientific and industrial centres of the Soviet Union.
In The city councils of Nuremberg and Kharkov are in frequent contact, for instance when it comes to the implementation of training for government workers in high positions in Kharkov.
www.partnerstaedte.nuernberg.de /englisch/e_charkiw02.html   (873 words)

  
 Kharkov Mathematical Society
The Kharkov Mathematical Society was founded in 1879 on the initiative of V G Imshenetskii who served as its first President.
Through Sintsov's initiative, the Kharkov Mathematical Society was deeply involved in the improvement of mathematical education in the schools of the Kharkov region.
Despite the difficulties, mathematics flourished in Kharkov and they achieved their greatest honour when, on 21 August 1990, Vladimir Gershonovich Drinfeld was awarded a Fields medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Japan, for his work on quantum groups and on number theory.
www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk /~history/Societies/Kharkov.html   (579 words)

  
 InterUniversity Centre Canada
Kharkov was the first capital of independent Ukraine.
There is an extended subway network operating in Kharkov, a large number of theaters, museums, recreational centers, and many other places to visit.
Kharkov’s National Technical University “Kharkov’s Politechnical Institute” (NTU “KPI”) was established in 1885.
www.interuniversity.com /Kharkov   (713 words)

  
 BookRags: Jerzy Neyman Biography
To secure an income, Neyman's mother moved the family to Kharkov in the Ukraine, where she was employed as the manager of an estate belonging to her late husband's relatives.
In the fall of 1920, Neyman passed the examinations for his master's degree at the University of Kharkov and remained at the university to teach a variety of mathematical courses.
He was also the recipient of honorary degrees from the University of Chicago (1953), the University of California at Berkeley (1963), the University of Stockholm (1964), and the University of Warsaw (1974).
www.bookrags.com /biography/jerzy-neyman   (1688 words)

  
 Kharkov- Travel
Kharkov is situated in the north-eastern part of Ukraine at the flow-together of the rivers Kharkov and Lopan.
Investigations of Kharkov scientists in the field of solid-state physics, cryobiology and cryomedicine, radioelectronics and radiophysics, crystal synthesis, low temperature physics, genetics and selection are known all over the word.
Specialists in various fields of knowledge are trained in Kharkov at 24 state educational institutions including 6 academies and 10 universities.
www.firstdream.com /travelkhar/travelkhar.shtml   (1041 words)

  
 Russian Philosophy [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Stoikovich (1773-1832), who taught at Kharkov University, prepared a text for class use in which the content was arranged in conformity with Kant's categories.
Likewise, in 1807 a professor of mathematics at Kharkov University, T. Osipovsky (1765-1832), delivered a subsequently published speech "O prostranstve i vremeni" ("On Space and Time"), in which he questioned whether, given the various considerations, Kant's position was the only logical conclusion possible.
Prevented an outlet in a dedicated professional manner at the universities, philosophy found energetic though amateurish expression first in the faculties of medicine and physics and then later in fashionable salons and social gatherings, where discipline, rigor and precision were held of little value.
www.iep.utm.edu /r/russian.htm   (10378 words)

  
 Sintsov (print-only)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
After leaving Kazan, Sintsov taught at the Odessa Higher Mining School, then, in 1903, he was appointed to Kharkov University where he taught until his death in 1946.
He took a leading role in the development of mathematics at Kharkov University and, for many years, he was President of the Kharkov Mathematical Society.
At Kharkov University, Sintsov created a school of geometry which has continued to flourish through the years and is today a leading centre.
www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk /history/Printonly/Sintsov.html   (241 words)

  
 News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The program co-sponsored by the U.S. Information Agency and Kharkov Polytechnic University, is intended to retrain the scientists for new careers in such areas as business management, computing and environmental engineering.
The program is co-sponsored by the U.S. Information Agency and Kharkov Polytechnic University and also receives support from UNESCO and the International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics.
In addition, women scientists and researchers at Kharkov's many universities and research institutes, as well as women currently unemployed, will be able to take English and computer courses in the late afternoon or evening on two week days.
www.iastate.edu /news/today/98/nov/kharkov.html   (446 words)

  
 Art and Culture Great Figures
writer, dramatist, founder of Kharkov theatre "Berezil", he is considered as father of Ukrainian modern theatre
writer, dramatist, founder of Kharkov theatre, he is considered as father of Ukrainian literature
poet, professor of the University of Kharkov, forefather of brilliant dynasty of philologists and literary men
kharkov.vbelous.net /english/artists.htm   (102 words)

  
 Apartment rental in Kharkov
Marina Stolyarenko, manager, interpreter, in 2002 graduated from Kharkov National University, specialty — interpreter and teacher of foreign languages.
"Apartments in Kharkov" Agency is mostly working with two major cities of Ukraine - Kiev (the capital of Ukraine, 2,5 mln population) and Kharkov (the second biggest city in the Ukraine, with 1,6 million population, the biggest scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Ukraine).
Our office is situated in Kharkov, in the center of the city, address 44/2 Sumskaya Str., Kharkov 61002, Ukraine.
www.apartments-kharkov.com /about_us.html   (321 words)

  
 Jerzy Neyman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 1912, he entered the University of Kharkov to stu dy physics and mathematics.
While studying at Kharkov, Neyman was taught by S.N. Bernstein.
By 1934, Karl Pearson had retired and his department was divided between his son Egon and Fisher.
www.mrs.umn.edu /~sungurea/introstat/history/w98/Jerzy_Neyman.html   (536 words)

  
 Biographies
He completed his undergraduate studies at Kharkov University in 1917, but the chaotic political situation in eastern Europe at the time complicated young Neyman's life and academic career.
Eventually Neyman returned to University College in London where, with Fisher and Pearson, he initiated some of the most compelling statistical notions of the twentieth century.
The premiere site for biographies of mathematicians on the web is at The University of Saint Andrews in Scotland; this is the primary source of the information in these short biographies.
tulsagrad.ou.edu /statistics/biographies/Neyman.htm   (435 words)

  
 Karazin Kharkov National University - Press Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Kharkov, Ukraine--Department of Geography and Geology, Karazin Kharkov National University, along with Kharkov-based company “UA Geomatics” prepared a report “Russian GIS Market in 2002”.
GIS market growth in Russia was about 4-5% per year starting from 1998, but in 2002 growth exceeded 50%.
Constantine Nemets, dean of the Geography and Geology Dept., Karazin Kharkov National University, says: “Our department work in the field of GIS since 1987.
www.geoplace.com /pressrelease/pressdetail_print.asp?id=5573   (206 words)

  
 LASER and FIBER-optical Networks MODELLING
It will be held on June 3-5, 2002 in Kharkov, the second largest Ukranian city.
Kharkov city is the second largest in Ukraine with the population of about 2 mln, located in the North-East of the country.
Transportation Connections: twice a week, Kharkov can be reached by the direct flight by Austrian Airlines from Vienna.
www.allconferences.com /conferences/20011213030251   (418 words)

  
 kuleshov
He received an MS degree from the Kiev Polytechnical Institute (now National Technical University) in 1946, a Ph.D. degree in Radio Engineering from the Kharkov Military Academy of Radio-Engineering and Radars (now Kharkov Military University) in 1957, and a Senior Scientist title from the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1958, respectively.
He also taught, as a part-time associate professor, at the Kharkov Aerospace Engineering University in 1962 and 1963.
From 1953 to 1955, he was a head of laboratory at the Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology (now National Scientific Center for Plasma and Particle Acceleration).
www.mtt.org /awards/pioneer00.htm   (707 words)

  
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BARS - Professor of Physics Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0484 Prof.
In each field there is a highly developed knowledge by experts which can only be transformed to another field by having close personal contact through discussions, talks and reports.
Members of the Scientific Committee will evaluate the acceptability of the submitted abstracts on the basis of relevance to the ARW, significance of the topic, and clarity of the presentation.
www.math.uni-mannheim.de /~duplij/arw/arw.txt   (1032 words)

  
 Roman Krashanitsa - resume and professional interests
Kharkov Aerospace University (KhAI), Kharkov, Ukraine, Feb. 1996
Kharkov Aerospace University (KhAI), Kharkov, Ukraine, May 1994
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Research Assistant, Sept. 1999-present
www.u.arizona.edu /~ryk/resume.html   (243 words)

  
 Building metro in Kharkov
News : New monument was opened in Kharkov on Pushkinskaya Street.
News : Remainings of 2 Kharkov scientists Vorobyov and Danilevskiy were buried after 70 years!!!
News : Today, President of Ukraine, Leonid Kuchma, came to Kharkov for 1 day to open Drobitskiy Yar memorial.
news.inkharkov.com /monuments.htm   (210 words)

  
 Leontjeva Curriculum Vitae
Research of the diagnostic criteria for conjunctive tissue state value according to biological liquid.
1970-1985 — biochemistry Research Assistant in a Kharkov Research Institute of Orthopedic and Traumatic Diseases.
Expert in Biochemistry in the Medical Experts Group of the "Family Doctor in Telemedicine" Project.
www.cs.jyu.fi /ai/frida/cv.html   (165 words)

  
 Natalya Shkoda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Responsible for teaching private piano lessons to both music and non-music majors, preparing them for the juries, recitals and entrance exams to Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona.
Responsible for undertaking all the professional duties of a staff accompanist and preparing and presenting all of the above projects on a high professional level using one-week preparation time due the to an unexpected illness of the regular staff accompanist at LCU near the end of the semester.
Accompanied and assisted a choir director at the rehearsals and in preparation of the final concert performances for (i) three summer choir camps at the Arizona State University School of Music (2004-5) and (ii) the choral conducting class at Lubbock Christian University during the Spring semester 2006.
www.public.asu.edu /~shkoda/Resume.htm   (3350 words)

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