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Computer science educator

Rusins Martins Freivalds, Latvian computer science educator. Named Distinguished Scientist of Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic, Government of Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic, 1989; recipient The Eizens Arins Prize in Computer Science, Latvian Academy of Sciences, 2000, Young Scientist Award, Government of Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic, 1976. Fellow: Latvian Academy of Sciences; member: Association for Computing Machinery.

Background

Freivalds, Rusins Martins was born on November 10, 1942 in Cesvaine, Latvia. Son of Visvaldis Freivalds and Anna Freivalde.

Education

Doctor in Computer Science and Mathematics, Moscow, Russia, 1985. Candidate of physics and math', Institute Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia, 1971.

Career

Professor, head division University Latvia, Riga, Latvia, since 1991. Scientific director Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia, Riga, 1986—1990. Scientific Director Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science University Latvia, Riga, since 1991.

Membership

Fellow: Latvian Academy of Sciences. Member: Association for Computing Machinery.

Connections

Married Aija Lapina.

father:
Visvaldis Freivalds

mother:
Anna Freivalde

spouse:
Aija Lapina.