Zubov Vladimir Ivanovich
(14.04.1930 Ц 28.10.2000)
Founder of the Science-Education Center of Applied Mathematics of
Saint-Petersburg state university, Corresponding Member of Russian
Academy of Sciences, laureate of the State Prize, Honored Science Worker
of Russian Federation, doctor of physical-mathematical sciences,
professor, head of department of control theory.
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V.I. Zubov was born on the 14th of April 1930 in Kashir town of Moscow region,
where he finished in 1945 the incomplete secondary school. In 1946 he came to
Leningrad and continued his study at secondary school, after finishing which he
entered the Leningrad state university in 1949.
In 1953 V.I. Zubov finished the mathematics-mechanics faculty of Leningrad
university. Since 1955 he is the candidate of physical-mathematical sciences,
since 1960 Ц doctor of physical-mathematical sciences, since 1963 Ц professor.
In 1968 he was rewarded with the title of the laureate of State Prize of USSR
for his series of works about theory of automatic regulation. In 1981 V.I. Zubov
was elected as the Corresponding Member of Academy of Sciences of USSR in the
area of mechanics and control processes. In October 1998 he was given a title of
Honored Science Worker of Russian Federation.
V.I. Zubov was married (since 1950), his wife Zubova Aleksandra Fedorovna is the
doctor of technical sciences, professor. Vladimir Ivanovich was the father of
six children and the grandfather of twenty grandchildren.