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Vladimir Platonov

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Vladimir Petrovich Platonov (Уладзімір Пятровіч Платонаў, Uladzimir Piatrovic Platonau; Влади́мир Петро́вич Плато́нов, Vladimir Platonov) (born December 1, 1939, Stayki village, Vitebsk Region, Belarusian SSR) is a Soviet, Belarusian and Russian mathematician. He is an expert in algebraic geometry and topology and member of the Russian Academy of Science. From 1992–2004 he worked at research centers in the United States, Canada and Germany. Education In 1961 Platonov graduated with highest distinction from Belarus State University. In 1963 he received his Ph.D. from the Academy of Sciences of Belarus. In 1967, Platonov received his Doctor of Science degree from the Academy of Sciences of USSR. Career At age 28 Platonov received a title of full professor at Belarus State. This made him the youngest full professor in the nation's history. In 1972 he became an Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and its President (1987–1993).
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