Retired Director of the burnt INION
Yuri Pivovarov voluntarily resigned from his post as Manager of the Institute. However the library he will not leave and are engaged in scientific work. Place Pivovarova is his Deputy Dmitry Efremenko.
Academician Yuri Pivovarov has addressed in Federal Agency of scientific organizations (FANO) with an official statement about the release of his maintenance responsibilities of the Director of the University of scientific information on social Sciences (INION) RAS. The application for leave was approved on April 27, inform "news".
With all this, the Brewers did not intend to leave the library. "Most likely, he will occupy the post of research Manager of the Institute. The decision on his election to take the scientific Council of the Institute, which is to meet this week, " said an anonymous source in the Institute.
The acting library will be appointed Deputy Pivovarova for research, 48-year-old Dmitry Efremenko. He is considered the candidate of philosophical Sciences and the doctor of political Sciences. I Efremenko considerable teaching skill: he led lectures at the faculty of political science at Moscow state University, faculty of world economy and world politics HSE, also in many leading institutes of the world.
It should be noted that after the fire in the building of the Institute Efremenko was the first to speak on behalf of the institution in the press. He was informed that the room will be renovated, and the staff will go to work in other research institutions. Together with this, he noticed that many unique books burned forever.
Previously it was called for the dismissal Pivovarova. Thus, the Federation Council member Yelena Afanasyeva sent an appropriate statement by the head of the Federal Agency of scientific organizations (FANO) Michael Katukova. The pretext for this was a significant theft of valuable books from the burned library.
As we were informed Days.<url>, the fire in the library of the Institute on Nakhimovsky Prospekt occurred on 30 January 2015. The fire destroyed the roof of the building and several floors. To save the books turned out by luck - the book Depository was on the first and ground floors, to the time the fire broke out on the top. The rescuers managed to avoid approaching a flame to the books.