Brashman Nikolay( Distinguished Professor of Moscow University)
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Biography Brashman Nikolay
born June 14, 1796, Mr.. in Moravia, near r. Bruno, in the town Rosenove, a merchant family. Educated at the Vienna University of Technology and then at the University of Vienna, in which, at the end of the course, since 1821. was made tutor of Higher Mathematics. In 1823, Mr.. moved to St. Petersburg. Here in 1824 he entered a teacher of mathematics and physics in Petropavlovsk school, and 11 March 1825 was appointed assistant professor at Kazan University, where he taught pure mathematics, spherical astronomy and mechanics. In 1834 moved to extraordinary professor in the department of applied mathematics at Moscow University and in 1835, Mr.. approved by the ordinary in the same department. In 1836, Mr.. became an inspector of the private school in Moscow, in 1837. oversees the leadership in the practical management of students' pedagogical institute, and in 1838, Mr.. appointed inspector of classes in the school of the Order of St. Catherine and the Alexander. In 1839, Mr.. Brashman adopted Russian citizenship. In 1842, Mr.. He traveled to Germany, France and England, and attended the Britisch Association in Manchester, where he read essay: "On the molecular forces". In 1859, Mr.. Brashman inspektorstvo left, and in 1864. and professors, and established the prize at the Moscow University, 300 p.. for the best essay on mathematics. Died May 13, 1866, Mr.. and was buried in the Danilov Monastery. Brashman merit lies in the development of mathematical knowledge in Russia, especially mechanics. His articles are placed in the "Training Notes" Moscow University and in the "Bulletin de l'Acad. Imp. ". Separately published works: "The course of analytical geometry", Moscow, 1836; "The theory of equilibrium of solid and liquid bodies, Moscow, 1837;" Speech on the impact of mathematics on the development of mental abilities ", Moscow, 1841;" Theoretical Mechanics ", t. I, Moscow, 1859. Biography it is placed in the I t. "Compendium of Mathematical Sciences and Dep. Ott., M., 1866. M. M.