Linev Vladimir Nikolaevich

graduate of 1973

Faculty, specialty:Faculty of Physics, Department of Nuclear Physics

Period of study: 1968-1973

Brief biographical note:

Born in 1951 in Semipalatinsk (Russia) in the family of a military builder. In 1973, he graduated from the Physics Department of BSU. In 1973-1979, he worked at the Department of Nuclear Physics of BSU as an engineer, junior, senior researcher; at the same time, he studied in correspondence graduate school; since 1979, he has been teaching. In 1981, V. N. Linev defended his PhD thesis, since 1983-Associate professor. In 1988-1991 he worked as the head of the branch laboratory of instrument-making profile. In 1989, he defended his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences. In 1992, V. N. Linev was awarded the academic title of Professor.



Professional activity:

In 1991, he organized and headed the research and production private unitary enterprise "ADANI". The ADANI enterprise, created and managed by Professor V. N. Linev, is a world-class international innovation corporation, the core of an international cluster in the field of complex medical technology, non-destructive testing and scientific instrumentation, with branches and joint ventures in many countries of the world.



Professional achievements:

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, "Entrepreneur of the Year" in Belarus in 2018. In 1982, the development of principles and a broad introduction to the economy of small EPR spectrometer in the group of authors awarded the title of laureate of Lenin Komsomol of Belarus and the State prize of the USSR Council of Ministers (1985). 194 the author of scientific works, including one monograph (co-authored), 145 inventions and patents received in many countries of the world. In 1991 -1997. In order to solve the environmental problems that arose after the Chernobyl accident, V. N. Linev's company "ADANI" develops and produces more than 5,000 automated portable gamma-radiometers and beta-radiometers for rapid analysis of contamination of food, construction materials and objects in the shortest possible time