Buzinova - DYBOVSKI Valentina( One of the first Russian women who received higher technical education and dedicated her life to the development of electric power.)
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(7.II.1889, g. Smolensk - date of death is not installed)
After Smolensk Maria Women's Gymnasium (1906), entered the St. Petersburg Women's polytechnic courses, worked on the men's program of technical colleges. In 1915, Mr.. after receiving a diploma engineer BS-D. Received manipulated by irrigation works on the Hungry Steppe. Participated in the development of many projects, in particular the draft Northern Golodnostepskogo main canal, which is some 70 km. In May 1918. B. appointed Assistant Chief of the channels of the North-Western part of the Hungry Steppe in the Office of irrigation works in the Supreme Economic Council. In 1920, Mr.. was incorporated in the State Commission for Electrification of Russia (electrification). Later worked in the People's Commissariat in 1927. by 1932. - In the Office of the Chief Engineer on the construction of the Dnieper. During the Great Patriotic War, designed the thermal and hydro power plants of the Urals. After his retirement in 1958. - Member of the Presidium of the oldest Soviet energy. She was awarded the Order of Labor Red Banner.
Lit.: Historical sketch of Smolensk Maria Women's Gymnasium (1861-1911). , Smolensk, 1913; Electricity, 1970. -? 7, the first female engineers, 1967; make Russia an electric. - Leningrad, 1961, Proceedings of the electrification. Documents and Materials. - M., 1960; Work Path, 1983, December 22, Inspiration, 1988. -? 3.