Synonyms for ан_ссср or Related words with ан_ссср

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Examples of "ан_ссср"
17. Каталог инкунабулов на древнееврейском языке библиотеки Ленинградского отделения Института востоковедения АН СССР. Ленинград, 1985. 107 с.
From 1956 to 1988 Levada worked at the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russian: АН СССР). He was the first Russian professor to ever lecture sociology and did so at the faculty of journalism of the Moscow State University.
The Russian Space Research Institute (, Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian abbreviation: ИКИ РАН, IKI RAN) is the leading organization of the Russian Academy of Sciences on space exploration to benefit fundamental science. It was formerly known as the Space Research Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (Russian abbr.: ИКИ АН СССР, "IKI AN SSSR").
Shumilov was born on 22 July 1957. In 1974 he entered the Electrotechnical Institute in Leningrad (ЛЭТИ), and graduated in 1980 as a computer engineer. He then worked in the research computing center of the Academy of Sciences in Leningrad (ЛНИВЦ АН СССР), where he operated computers of all classes as an operating engineer, application and system programmer, and systems analyst. His hobbies are cycling, boating, and FIDO.
He graduated from Moscow State University (1936), since 1946 he worked for the "Institute of Earth Physics" (Институт Физики Земли АН СССР). He created an original theory for determining the figure of the Earth and its gravity field based on measurements done on the topographic surface, built the first Soviet gravimeter, developed a theory of the nutation of Earth. He won the Stalin Prize (1946 and 1951) and the Lenin Prize (1961). His legacy includes the Molodensky transformations, which are commonly used to transform between geodetic datums.
M. G. Gasymov had published about 100 scientific papers and the great part of these were printed in authoritative central journals of past SSRI ("ДАН СССР", "Успехи математических наук", "Математический сборник", "Известия АН СССР", "Труды Московского Математического общества", "Функциональный анализ и его приложения", "Математические заметки", "Дифференциальные уравнения", "Сибирский математический журнал", "ДАН АзССР", "Известия АН АзССР", conferences of All Union and works of schools, etc.). Gasymov's scientific results were made notes in Department of Mathematics of SSRI AS and account of academician secretary of SSRI AS between most important works in many times. His articles were considered one of the most base upon mathematical works. He had translated a number of valuable scientific works to Russian language, and he had become one of translator of famous books in three volumes of " Linear operators " of N. Danford and C. Shvars, also he had published several popular mathematical articles.
M. G. Gasimov had published about 100 scientific papers, and the great part of these were printed in authoritative central journals of past SSRI ("ДАН СССР", "Успехи математических наук", "Математический сборник", "Известия АН СССР", "Труды Московского Математического общества", "Функциональный анализ и его приложения", "Математические заметки", "Дифференциальные уравнения", "Сибирский математический журнал", "ДАН АзССР", "Известия АН АзССР", conferences of All Union and works of schools, etc.). Gasimov's scientific results were made notes in Department of Mathematics of SSRI AS and account of academician secretary of SSRI AS between most important works in many times. His articles were considered one of the most base uponed mathematical works. He had translated a number of valuable scientific works to Russian language and he had become one of translator of famous books in three volumes of " Linear operators " of N. Danford and C. Shvars, also he had published several popular mathematical articles.
She studied history in the archaeology department of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (1949-1954). From 1954, she worked as research staff at the Kerch Archaeological Museum. From 1960 to 1981 she worked in the Asian and African division of the Central Library of the scholarly foundation AN USSR (ФБОН-ИНИОН АН СССР) in Moscow. During this period she studied full-time at the graduate institute of Eastern Languages at Moscow State University under M. V. Lomonosov (in what is now the MSU The Institute of Asian and African Studies) in the Africanist department. From 1965 to 1970, she worked in this department. In 1970, she defended her thesis, entitled "Предпосылки образования Древней Ганы" (Background of Education in Ancient Ghana). In 1977, she started to work towards the degree of doctor nauk in history in the department of the Ancient Near East in the Institute of Oriental Studies of the USSR Academy of Sciences and she successfully achieved it in 1979 with a work entitled "Мероэ и окружающий мир. I—VIII вв" (Meroe and the Surrounding World. 1st-8th Centuries AD). From 1981 she was employed by the State Museum of the East, Moscow.