Alexander Tselikov, Soviet metallurgist

Alexander Tselikov, Soviet metallurgist

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Caption: Alexander Ivanovich Tselikov (1904-1984), Soviet metallurgist and engineer. Tselikov studied at the Moscow Higher Technical College, graduating in 1928. He then worked in industry until he started teaching in 1935. He made major contributions to the theory and design of rolling mills used in industrial metal sheet production. He also founded the VNIIMETMASH institute in 1959. He was elected a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1964. His awards include Hero of Socialist Labour (lower right), the Lenin Prize (lower left), the USSR State Prize, and in 1974 the prestigious Lomonosov Gold Medal. Photographed in Russia in 1976.

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