# Nikolai A. Magnitskii, Doctor Sci. in Mathematics, Professor

Professor Nikolai A. Magnitskii, Doctor of Mathematical Sciences, developed the mathematical theory of physical vacuum, made to the order of the "New Inflow" company.

Nikolai A. Magnitskii (Dec.14, 1951, Moscow, Russia) — Head of Laboratory of Chaotic Dynamics of the Institute for Systems Analysis of the Russian Academy of Science, the professor of department of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Controlling Processes of Calculating Mathematics and Cybernetics (CMC) faculty of the Moscow State University, and professor of Systems researchers department of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

He has graduated from the school No. 7 in Moscow in 1969, has entered the CMC faculty of the Moscow State University and has trained in a post graduate course of the CMC faculty in 1974-1977.

Nikolai A. Magnitskii is a PhD in physical and mathematical sciences (1977), the subject of the dissertation: «Some methods of the approximate solution of integral Volterra equations of the first kind» (scientific supervisor – academician A.N.Tikhonov). He then received doctorate in physical and mathematical sciences (1989), the subject of the dissertation: «Asymptotical methods of the analysis of nonstationary control systems»

Nikolai A. Magnitskii is a full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (2002), a member of the American mathematical society, a member of editorial boards of several Russian and foreign scientific journals.

He was awarded with a medal of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR (1980).

Professor Magnitskii is an author of about 200 scientific works, including 6 monographies and 3 manuals in the fields of the differential and integral equations, nonlinear dynamical systems, the theory of control, the theory of chaos, artificial neural networks, economic-mathematical modeling. The professor developed new fields and contributed in:

- deriving the analytical theory of integral Volterra equations;
- solving the problem of Stokes multipliers in the analytical theory of ordinary differential equations; developed the method of characteristic functions in the stability theory;
- offering new classes of artificial neural and immune networks;
- developing the theory of dynamical chaos in any nonlinear system of differential equations and has solving the problem of turbulence by methods of chaotic dynamics.

- Nikola Tesla
- Feigenbaum-Sharkovskii-Magnitskii (FSM) theory
- Theory EDCW (electrodynamics of curvilinear waves) of A.Kyriakos
- Electrodynamics of physical vacuum
- Theory of elementary particles
- Gravitation and gravitational waves
- Author: Magnitskii N.A.