Valentin Izrailevich Krinsky

(* 1938 December 25)

Education:

1964 Doctor of Philosophy, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
1976 Doctor of Science, Institute of Biological Physics, Moscow, Russia

Professional Experience:

1993—2004Director Research Institute Non-Lineaire de Nice, National Center for Science Research, Nice, France2004-Director Research Emeritus

1980—1992 Professor Institute of Biological Physics, Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Russia
1965—1980 Senior researcher Institute of Biological Physics, Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Russia
Head of the Autowave Laboratory, Institute of Biological Physics, Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, USSR.
1993-2004 Director Research, Institute Non-Lineaire de Nice, National Center for Science Research, Nice, France
2004- Director research emeritus
1992-1993 Visiting professor Santiago de Compostella University, Spain
2003-2004 Visiting professor Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland
2004-2005 Visiting professor Washington University, St. Louis
Visiting professor Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.


Service:

Honors and Awards:

1980 Lenin Prize Recipient

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Mikhail Bukatin Lenin Prize (1980)
Lenin Prize (1980) 

Valentin Krinsky is a Russian physicist best known for his discovery of wave breaks create rotating waves in cardiac muscle and application of rotating wave theory. He was a recipient of the 1980 Lenin Prize, the highest medal for scientific acheivement in the former USSR.

 

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Valentin Izrailevich Krinsky