Boris Mukhtarbekovich Bazrov (born 1933 ) - Russian mechanical engineer, doctor of technical sciences , professor , winner of the Lenin Prize for creating adaptive control systems for machine tools (1972), head of the laboratory of the theory of modular technology at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences .
|Boris Mukhtarbekovich Bazrov|
|Date of Birth|
|Place of Birth|
|Scientific field||Engineering technology|
|Place of work||Institute of Mechanical Engineering named after A. A. Blagonravov RAS|
|Alma mater||Moscow Machine Tool Institute|
|Academic degree||Doctor of Technical Sciences ( 1974 )|
|Academic title||professor ( 1976 )|
|Awards and prizes|
In 1958, he graduated from the Moscow Machine-Tool Institute (STANKIN) , graduate school in the specialty "Engineering Technology" ibid ( 1968 ). Until 1976 he worked at the Department of "Engineering Technology" in STANKIN. From 1976 to 1990 he headed the department "Technology of gas and oil and petrochemical engineering and instrument-making" of the Moscow Institute of Oil and Gas. I.M. Gubkin . Since 1990 he has been working at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The author of 170 scientific works, including 5 monographs, 31 inventions. Major works: "Technological basis for designing self-adapting machines" (1978), "Calculation of the accuracy of machines on a computer" (1984), textbook "Technology of gas-oil and petrochemical engineering" (1986, in collaboration), textbook "Modular technology in mechanical engineering" (2001) .