Imshenetskiy Vasily( Professor of Mathematics, member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences)
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Biography Imshenetskiy Vasily
Died May 24, 1892, 60 years
He was born in Vyatka province, Izhevsk arms factory, where his father was a military doctor. After graduating in 1853, Mr.. the Kazan University course on the physical-mathematical faculty, . Imshenetskiy became the first teacher of mathematics in the 1 st of the Kazan school, . but continued his scientific researches, and his articles about the hyperbolic functions and the trilinear coordinates ( "Proceedings of the Kazan University") soon drew the attention of professors at the young scientist, . in 1862,
. Imshenetskiy was sent abroad to be prepared for the department, he worked mainly in Paris, under the guidance of Lama, Serres and Bertrand. In 1865, Mr.. Imshenetskiy received a master's degree and Assistant Professor of Pure Mathematics at Kazan University in 1868. - PhD and was appointed extraordinary, and in 1869. - Appointed full professor. Disagreement with the board members led Imshenetskaya soon leave the university, in 1871. He retired, worked for some time in the office of the Volga-Kama and the bank has experienced severe, in material terms, two years. In 1873, Mr.. Imshenetskiy returned to their previous activities and was appointed professor of the Kharkov University, where he soon became the founder and chairman of the local Mathematical Society. Imshenetskiy published several works on the integration of differential equations. Finally, in 1879, with the election of academicians, Imshenetskiy moved to St. Petersburg and other than those employed in the Academy has lectured at Institute of Technology and Higher Women's Courses. Just as in Kharkov, Imshenetskiy founded the St. Petersburg Mathematical Society and was its chairman. Proceedings Imshenetskaya belong to different branches of higher mathematics. They are printed in "Izvestia" of Kazan and Kharkov universities, as well as in publications of the Academy of Sciences. Main work: "Sur la Generalisation des finctions de Jacques Bernoulii" ( "Memoires de l'Academie Imperiale", t. XXXI, 1883). Imshenetskiy also known as a translator into Russian of several manuals on mathematics. Of particular benefit to the students brought it to translate a great addition Totgentera textbook "differential calculus" (St. Petersburg, 1873). V. V. In.