Caucasus Division. Gabrielyan participated in the Great Patriotic War from the
very first days: initially he was assistant to the commander of signal troops
of the 47th Army, later he headed the signal unit. Gabrielyan fought in the
Crimean, Ukrainian and Belorussian fronts. He was awarded with two Red Star
Orders, the Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st and 2nd degrees, other medals.
GAZIEV ERAST GROGOR (1937 ) -
A doctor of technical sciences. Born in
1937 in Baku to a family from Artsakh. In 1954 Gaziev graduated from Moscow
Institute of Energy. In 1963 he participated in the scientific research of water
constructions in France. During 1966-1969 Gaziev worked as a UN expert in Mexico.
Concurrently, he delivered lectures on fragmentary mechanics at the National
University of Mexico. In 1980 Gaziev received the degree of a doctor of technical
sciences at Moscow Institute of Engineering and Construction after Kuibishev.
Gaziev is the author of over 130 scientific works.
GAREGIN BES (GAREGIN BAKHSHI SARINYAN) (1910 ) -
A writer, worker of
arts. Born in 1910 in Shushi. In 1933 he graduated from the Department of Historiography
of Yerevan State University. During 1941-1943 Garegin Bes was the secretary
of "Soviet Literature" magazine. From 1949 through 1955 he worked
in the Theatrical Society of Armenia. Bes was member of the Writers' Union of
the USSR since 1936. In 1975 he received the title of the honored worker of
arts of Armenia. He was the bearer of the Order of Red Banner, Friendship of
Nations and Patriotic War of the 2nd degree.
GHARIBYAN GRIGOR MARGAR (1924) -
A Physicist-theorist, academician of
the Academy of Sciences of Armenia, doctor, professor. Born in 1924 in Tiflis
to a family from Shushi. In 1948 Gharibyan graduated from Moscow State University.
From 1959 he worked at the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of
Armenia. In 1973 he received the title of an academician-secretary of the Department
of Physics and Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences of Armenia. His scientific
work relates to quantum electrodynamics, astrophysics, and cosmic rays. Gharibyan
has been awarded with two Red Banner Orders.
GASPARYAN MICHAEL LEVON (1935) -
A doctor of Philology. Born in 1935
in Moscow to a family from Artsakh. In 1957 he graduated from Moscow State University
after Lomonosov and worked in the Institute of World Literature after Gorki.
In 1977 he received the degree of a doctor of philology. Gasparyan was acknowledged
as one of the best Soviet specialists in the area of translations from Greek
and Latin into Russian. The publication "Library of Ancient Literature"
is one of his major works. Gasparyan is the author is the famous book "Essays
on History of Russian Verse".
GRIGORYAN ARAMIAS VAGHARSHAK (1917-1980) -
A doctor of medicine, professor.
Born in 1917 in Arajadzor village of Martakert region. In 1941 Grigoryan graduated
from Yerevan Medical Institute and soon thereafter was recruited to the Army.
He was awarded with the Order of Patriotic War of the 2nd degree, two Red Star
Orders, other medals. In 1952 he received the degree of a doctor of medicine
and the title of a professor in Moscow. Grigoryan worked at the 1st Medical
Institute after Sechenov. In 1962 and 1963 he was awarded with a silver and
gold medals at the All-Soviet Exhibition. For more than 25 years Grigoryan was
the scientific secretary of the Operating Committee of the All-Soviet Union
of Surgeons and member of the Supreme Accreditation Commission.
GRIGORYAN ASHOT TIGRAN (1910) -
A doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor,
academician of the International Academy of History of Sciences, vice-president
of the International Union of History of Scholastic Philosophy, an honored worker
of sciences of the Russian Federation. Born in 1910 in Peri village of Martuni
region. A graduate of the Department of Mechanics and Mathematics of Moscow
State University. Participated in the Great Patriotic War. During 1950-1954
Grigoryan worked at Moscow State University. He is the author of over 280 scientific
works. In 1960 he became an associate member, and in three years, member of
the International Academy of History of Sciences. In addition, Grigoryan was
member of the Academy of Sciences of Spain. He worked as a teacher for more
than 30 years at Moscow State University, Moscow Institute of Polygraphs and
the Open Polytechnic Institute. For 12 years Grigoryan held the position of
a vice-president of the council of history of international science and philosophy,
and in 1977 he became the elected president of the same council at the 15th
International Congress in Edinburg, Scotland.
GRIGORYAN ROLAND ANASTAS (1931) -
A doctor of medicine, professor. Born
in 1931 in Karaghbiur of Askeran region. In 1957 Grigoryan graduated from Yerevan
Medical Institute. From 1961 he worked in the surgery department of Yerevan
Military Hospital. After receiving his Ph.D. in 1964, Grigoryan joined Yerevan
Medical Institute. In 1991 he became a doctor of medicine.
GRIGORYAN SAMVEL SAMVEL (1930) -
A doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor,
academician of the International Academy of Austronautics, a deputy of the Supreme
Council of the Armenian SSR. Born in 1930 in Vank village of Hadrut region.
In 1953 he graduated from the Department of Mechanics and Mathematics of Moscow
State University. In 1957 he defended his Ph.D. thesis and from 1958 Grigoryan
worked as a deputy director at the Institute of mechanics of the Academy of
Sciences of Armenia. Grigoryan is the author of over 250 scientific works. He
is the founder of the modern theory of dynamics of mining minerals and soils.
In addition, Grigoryan is an academician of the International Academy of Astronautics.
Since 1992 Grigoryan has headed the Institute of Mechanics of the Academy of
Sciences of Armenia.
GURGEN HOVNAN (HOVHANNISYAN) NERSES (1910 ) -
A writer, civil servant.
Born in 1910 in Shushi. In 1938 he graduated from the philological department
of Moscow Pedagogical Institute after Lenin. During 1938-1840 he worked as a
teacher at Yerevan Institute of the Russian and Foreign Languages. During the
period from 1946 through 1964 Hovnan was the director of the Institute of Literature
after Abeghyan at the Academy of Sciences of Armenia. Hovnan received the degree
of a doctor of philology in 1963, and in 1964 he was awarded the title of a
professor. Hovnan is the bearer of the Orders of the Great Patriotic War of
the 1st and 2nd degrees, Red Star and Badge of Distinction.
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