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INSTITUTE OF NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS: 30 YEARS Academician Guri Marchuk

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2 Origins Computer Center, Novosibirsk, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences Computer Center, Novosibirsk, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences January, 1980: Decision by the Central Committee of CPSU on moving from Novosibirsk Academgorodok to Moscow January, 1980: Decision by the Central Committee of CPSU on moving from Novosibirsk Academgorodok to Moscow My request: Establish a department of Academy in Moscow with a staff consisting of: My request: Establish a department of Academy in Moscow with a staff consisting of: 20 of my disciples invited from Novosibirsk (V.P.Dymnikov, Yu.A.Kuznetsov, and V.I.Agoshkov arrived the first; G.R.Kontarev, L.N.Belykh, V.B.Zalesny, V.P.Shutyaev, S.M.Zuev, V.Ya.Galin, A.A.Romanyukha, A.K.Lavrova, and A.E.Aloyan arrived slightly later) 20 of my disciples invited from Novosibirsk (V.P.Dymnikov, Yu.A.Kuznetsov, and V.I.Agoshkov arrived the first; G.R.Kontarev, L.N.Belykh, V.B.Zalesny, V.P.Shutyaev, S.M.Zuev, V.Ya.Galin, A.A.Romanyukha, A.K.Lavrova, and A.E.Aloyan arrived slightly later) Researchers from Moscow (A.S.Sarkisyan, V.V.Voevodin, N.S.Bakhvalov, E.E.Tyrtyshnikov, I.B.Pogozhev, V.I.Lebedev) Researchers from Moscow (A.S.Sarkisyan, V.V.Voevodin, N.S.Bakhvalov, E.E.Tyrtyshnikov, I.B.Pogozhev, V.I.Lebedev)

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3 Origins First location: Building of the State Committee for Science and Technology First location: Building of the State Committee for Science and Technology Second location: Former cottage of D.Gvishiani (near Kropotkinskaya metro station) Second location: Former cottage of D.Gvishiani (near Kropotkinskaya metro station) May 29, 1980: Order #452 of the Presidium, USSR Academy of Sciences “On the Foundation of the Department of Numerical Mathematics of the USSR Academy of Sciences” May 29, 1980: Order #452 of the Presidium, USSR Academy of Sciences “On the Foundation of the Department of Numerical Mathematics of the USSR Academy of Sciences”

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4 Education and Research Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology: Agreement with O.M.Belotserkovski and V.P.Elyutin to establish a chair of mathematical modeling of physical processes. The first course involved 7 students Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology: Agreement with O.M.Belotserkovski and V.P.Elyutin to establish a chair of mathematical modeling of physical processes. The first course involved 7 students Main Research Fields: Physics of atmosphere and ocean Immunology Computational mathematics Main Research Fields: Physics of atmosphere and ocean Immunology Computational mathematics International Collaboration: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (USA) L'Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (France) Jacques-Louis Lions and his disciples International Collaboration: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (USA) L'Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (France) Jacques-Louis Lions and his disciples

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5 Organization 1986: Election of Guri Marchuk as the President of the USSR Academy of Sciences 1986: Election of Guri Marchuk as the President of the USSR Academy of Sciences 1991: The Department of Numerical Mathematics turned into Institute of Numerical Mathematics 1991: The Department of Numerical Mathematics turned into Institute of Numerical Mathematics Novel research structure: Projects, rather than laboratories and departments Novel research structure: Projects, rather than laboratories and departments Annual rotation of deputy directors: Voevodin, Dymnikov, Sarkisyan, Zalesny, Lykossov, and Romanyukha Annual rotation of deputy directors: Voevodin, Dymnikov, Sarkisyan, Zalesny, Lykossov, and Romanyukha New researchers: A.N.Filatov, G.M.Kobelkov (Moscow State University), and I.K.Lifanov (Zhukovski Aviation Engineering Academy) New researchers: A.N.Filatov, G.M.Kobelkov (Moscow State University), and I.K.Lifanov (Zhukovski Aviation Engineering Academy)

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6 Perestroyka and Science Advisers Advisers Age limitation Age limitation Elective system Elective system Change of the statute of the USSR Academy of Sciences Change of the statute of the USSR Academy of Sciences A.K.Lavrova as scientific secretary of INM RAS at that time A.K.Lavrova as scientific secretary of INM RAS at that time

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7 Research Projects Matrices and tensors. Computational processes E.E.Tyrtyshnikov Matrices and tensors. Computational processes E.E.Tyrtyshnikov Iterative processes and Chebyshev polynomials V.I.Lebedev Iterative processes and Chebyshev polynomials V.I.Lebedev Parallel computing on supercomputers V.V.Voevodin Parallel computing on supercomputers V.V.Voevodin Adjoint equations and variational optimization of nonlinear problems G.I.Marchuk, V.I.Agoshkov, V.P.Shutyaev Adjoint equations and variational optimization of nonlinear problems G.I.Marchuk, V.I.Agoshkov, V.P.Shutyaev Numerical methods. Mesh generation for complex domains Yu.A.Kunznetsov, Yu.V.Vassilevski, G.M.Kobelkov Numerical methods. Mesh generation for complex domains Yu.A.Kunznetsov, Yu.V.Vassilevski, G.M.Kobelkov

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8 Research Projects Atmospheric physics and general circulation of the atmosphere V.P.Dymnikov, V.N.Lykossov Atmospheric physics and general circulation of the atmosphere V.P.Dymnikov, V.N.Lykossov Oceanic physics A.S.Sarkisyan Oceanic physics A.S.Sarkisyan Mathematical models for atmospheric and oceanic dynamics G.I.Marchuk, V.B.Zalesny Mathematical models for atmospheric and oceanic dynamics G.I.Marchuk, V.B.Zalesny Environmental protection models G.I.Marchuk, A.E.Aloyan Environmental protection models G.I.Marchuk, A.E.Aloyan Mathematical immunology G.I.Marchuk, A.A.Romanyukha, G.A.Bocharov Mathematical immunology G.I.Marchuk, A.A.Romanyukha, G.A.Bocharov

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9 Timeline 1983: Postgruduate Course 1983: Postgruduate Course 1984: Dissertation (candidate) defence board 1984: Dissertation (candidate) defence board 1995: Dissertation (doctoral) defence board 1995: Dissertation (doctoral) defence board 2000: Election of V.P.Dymnikov as director 2000: Election of V.P.Dymnikov as director 2004: Supercomputing cluster 2004: Supercomputing cluster 2010: Election of E.E.Tyrtyshnikov as director 2010: Election of E.E.Tyrtyshnikov as director

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10 Staff Members of the Academy: 7 Members of the Academy: 7 Sci. Doctors: 27 Sci. Doctors: 27 Sci. Candidates: 23 Sci. Candidates: 23 Post-graduate students: 7 Post-graduate students: 7

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11 Activities Post-graduate course (a total of 97 students graduated since 1983, of which 69 defended their Ph.D. theses; currently there are 7 students) Post-graduate course (a total of 97 students graduated since 1983, of which 69 defended their Ph.D. theses; currently there are 7 students) Chairs Moscow State University Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Chairs Moscow State University Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Dissertation Board: 132 theses defended (115 candidate, 17 doctoral) Dissertation Board: 132 theses defended (115 candidate, 17 doctoral) International conferences International conferences

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12 Seminars International seminar on matrix methods and operator equations International seminar on matrix methods and operator equations Global climate changes Global climate changes Current problems in computational mathematics and mathematical modeling Current problems in computational mathematics and mathematical modeling Mathematical modeling of geophysical processes Mathematical modeling of geophysical processes Computational mathematics and applications Computational mathematics and applications Computational mathematics, mathematical physics, and control Computational mathematics, mathematical physics, and control Methods of variational data assimilation and control of complex systems Methods of variational data assimilation and control of complex systems Mathematical modeling in immunology and medicine Mathematical modeling in immunology and medicine Mathematical modeling of geophysical processes: direct and inverse problems Mathematical modeling of geophysical processes: direct and inverse problems

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13 Prizes and Awards Gold Medal of RAS for Young Scientists (2006, 2010) Gold Medal of RAS for Young Scientists (2006, 2010) Russian Federation Order of Honor (2005, 2007, 2009) Russian Federation Order of Honor (2005, 2007, 2009) Wilhelm Bjerknes Medal (EGU) (2008) Wilhelm Bjerknes Medal (EGU) (2008) Order “For Services to Motherland” 2nd degree (2005) Order “For Services to Motherland” 2nd degree (2005) All-Russian Demidov Prize (2004) All-Russian Demidov Prize (2004) Lomonosov Big Gold Medal of RAS (2004) Lomonosov Big Gold Medal of RAS (2004) Russian Governmental Prize on Education (2003) Russian Governmental Prize on Education (2003) Padma Bhushan Award (India) (2002) Padma Bhushan Award (India) (2002) Gold Medal of RAS for Young Scientists (2002) Gold Medal of RAS for Young Scientists (2002) Chebyshev Gold Medal of RAS (1996, 2002) Chebyshev Gold Medal of RAS (1996, 2002)

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14 Prizes and Awards Russian Governmental Prize on Science and Technology (2002) Russian Governmental Prize on Science and Technology (2002) MAIK-Nauka Prize (2000 and 2004) MAIK-Nauka Prize (2000 and 2004) Russian State Prize on Science and Technology (2000) Russian State Prize on Science and Technology (2000) Academician Lavrentev Prize (2001) Academician Lavrentev Prize (2001) Annual RAS Prize after Academician Sokolov in Mathematics (2000) Annual RAS Prize after Academician Sokolov in Mathematics (2000) RFBR Prize for best scientific-popular paper (2000) RFBR Prize for best scientific-popular paper (2000) RAS and MAIK-Nauka Prize (1999) RAS and MAIK-Nauka Prize (1999) Bellman Prize in Mathematical Biology (1996) Bellman Prize in Mathematical Biology (1996) Fridman Prize (1993) Fridman Prize (1993) Karpinski Prize (1988) Karpinski Prize (1988) Keldysh Gold Medal and Prize (1981) Keldysh Gold Medal and Prize (1981)

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15 Concluding Remarks We have covered a long way to become accepted by the international mathematical community. Our institute has a new structure and quality. Much credit must go to directorship. Of special note is the excellent job done by academician Valentin Pavlovich Dymnikov during his 10-year tenure as the director: he managed to enhance the progress of science, refine the personnel, and make a substantial upgrade of computer facilities in the institute. We are very thankful to Valentin Pavlovich for his dynamic and fruitful activities. In June, 2010, Evgeny Evgenievich Tyrtyshnikov, a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, prominent scholar and science organizer, was elected as the director of INM RAS. He introduced a new research field: tensor analysis and computational methods. Let us wish him new achievements.

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16 Thank you for your attention!

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