Background
BOGOLYUBOV, Nikolay was born in 1909 in Nizhny Novgorod, nowGorky.
BOGOLYUBOV, Nikolay was born in 1909 in Nizhny Novgorod, nowGorky.
Specialist in mechanics. Physicist; Doctor of Physico-Mathematical Science since 1930. Professor, Moscow University, since 1936.
Full member, Ukrainia Academy of Sciences, since 1948. Full member, USSR Academy of Science, since 1953. Director,Department of Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Institute, USSR Academy of Science, since 1949.
Director, Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Nuclear Research Institute, Dubna, since 1956. Presidium member, Siberian Deputy, USSR Academy of Science, since 1958. Member, Committee Lenin Prizes for Science and Tcchn., USSR Council of Ministers, since 1960.
At age of 14 attended Academy N. M. Krylov’s seminar. At 15 wrote first science work. At 16 postgrad, student, Chair of Mathematical Physics, Ukrainia Academy of Sciences.
At 19 Candidate of Physico-Mathematical Science. At 20 Honoured Doctor, Hyderabad University, India. 1925-1950 postgrad, student, then associate, and Director,Department of Mathematical Physics, Institute of Mathematics, Ukrainia Academy of Sciences.
1936-1946 Professor, and Head of a chair, since 1946 Dean, Mech. and Mathematical Faculty, Kiev University. 1947-1953 corresponding member, USSR Academy of Science. Specialist in nonlinear mechanics, statistical physics, quantum field theory and superconductivity theory.
Developed essentially new methods for solving fundamental equations of statistical physics for stationary and non-stationary phenomena. Demonstrated dispersion relations in the theory of elementary particles. 1957 developed consistent microscopic theory of superfluidity and superconductivity, etc.
Introduction to Non-linear Mechanics 1937, On some Statistical Methods in Mathematical Physics 1945, Problems of a Dynamical Theory in Statistical Physics 1946. Problems of Statistical Mechanics of Quantum Systems 1949, Asymptotical Methods in the Theory of Non-linear Oscillations 1958, Problems of the Theory of Dispersion Relations 1958, A new Method in the Theory of Superconductivity 1958, Introduction to Axiomatic Quantum Field Theory 1969, Introduction to the Theory of Quantized Fields 1976.
Religion obstructs scientific research and technological progress.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.
Ukrainian S.S.R. Academy, of Sciences since 1948. Presidium; Polish since 1962, German Dem. Republic since 1966, Heidelberg since 1968, Bulgarian 1970- Academies of Sciences, American Academy, of Sciences and Arts, Boston since 1969.
Mongolian Academy, of Sciences since 1983.