Competition results have been announced.
The winners are as follows:
Ramil Nasibullin, Associate Professor, Department of the Theory of Functions and Approximations – for his work on Hardy-type inequalities and polyharmonic mappings;
Yekaterina Garanina, Senior Research Associate, Laboratory of Gene and Cell Technologies – for her work on Hantavirus Puumala genetic variations for the treatment of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome;
Valeriya Solovyova, Senior Research Associate, Laboratory of Gene and Cell Technologies – for her research stem cell-based microvesicle delivery in cancer treatment;
Polina Yermolaeva, Associate Professor, Department of General and Ethnic Sociology, and Nataliya Larionova, Associate Professor, Department of Economic Theory and Econometrics – for their work on digital models of social-and-ecological problem solving in Russian cities;
Dinar Fazullin, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Ecology (Naberezhnye Chelny Institute) – for his inquiry into ultrafiltration and nanofiltration membranes for water treatment;
Andrey Frolov, Senior Research Associate, Chebotarev Research Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics – for his research of computable representation of linear orders.
The six candidates of sciences (PhDs) will receive 600 thousand rubles each, and Dr. Frolov, who is a doctor of sciences (DSc), will be awarded 1 million rubles.
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Translation: Yury Nurmeev