Великие ученые – наши земляки презентация, доклад

Презентация на тему Великие ученые – наши земляки из раздела Разное. Доклад-презентацию можно скачать по ссылке внизу страницы. Эта презентация для класса содержит 25 слайдов. Для просмотра воспользуйтесь удобным проигрывателем, если материал оказался полезным для Вас - поделитесь им с друзьями с помощью социальных кнопок и добавьте наш сайт презентаций TheSlide.ru в закладки!

Слайд 1
Текст слайда:

Великие ученые – наши земляки

автор Макаров А.Д., преподаватель Тюменского нефтегазового колледжа имени Ю.Г.Эрвье



Слайд 2
Текст слайда:

The Day of Russian Science

Russian Science Day was established in 1999.
It is dedicated to the date of the founding of the Russian Academy of Sciences, established by order of Emperor Peter I in 1724.


Слайд 3
Текст слайда:

D.I. Mendeleyev (1834—1907)

Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev is a famous Russian chemist. He is best known for his development of the periodic table of the chemical elements.


Слайд 4
Текст слайда:


Mendeleyev was born in the village of Verkhnie Aremzyani in 1834 , near Tobolsk in Siberia.

Tobolsk, the Kremlin

Mendeleyev D.I.


Слайд 5
Текст слайда:

He received secondary education in Tobolsk and then entered the Petersburg Pedagogical Institute.
After graduation he worked as a teacher for two years.

1885


Слайд 6
Текст слайда:

Mendeleyev became Professor of Chemistry at the Technical Institute in 1863 of St. Petersburg.


Слайд 7
Текст слайда:

Д.Менделеев в мантии
Оксфордского университета

In 1905, Mendeleev was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. 


Слайд 8
Текст слайда:

In 1893 he became director of the Bureau of Weights and Measures in St. Petersburg and held this position until his death in 1907.


Слайд 9
Текст слайда:


TOBOLSK

Tobolsk State Social  And Pedagogical Academy  named
after D.I. Mendeleev


Слайд 10
Текст слайда:

Named in memory of Mendeleev
the chemical element , a mineral , an asteroid , a crater on the dark side of the Moon, an undersea ridge , a mountain peak, a volcano, a city in Tatarstan, an island , metro station and so on.


Слайд 11
Текст слайда:


Russian Academy of Sciences established Mendeleev Golden Medal in 1998 for achievements in chemical science and technology.


Слайд 12
Текст слайда:

Raul–Yuri Georgievich Ervier (1909 – 1991)

A legendary geologist who led the search
and discovery of Tyumen oil. The initiator and
organizer of the wide-scale exploration of the
largest in the USSR, the West Siberian oil and
gas province.
In August 1952 he was assigned to Tyumen
oil and gas exploring expedition.
Since 1955 he was the main engineer of Tyumen
gas and oil exploring trust. Since 1956 he was
the director of the trust, later the department of
“Tyumenneftegeologiya”.
The head of “Glavtyumengeologiya” in
1966-1977.


Слайд 13
Текст слайда:



On 29 April 1963 Yuri Georgievich Ervier
was awarded the star of the Hero of Socialist
Labour and the Order of Lenin and a gold medal
“Hammer and Sickle” for outstanding
achievements in discovering and exploration
of gas and oil deposits.
In April 1964 he was among the group of
specialists and scientists awarded the Lenin
prize.
During his management more than 250 fields
of oil and gas were discovered, some of them
are unique: Mamontovskoe, Pravdinskoe,
Samotlorskoe, Fedorovskoe, Holmogorskoe
(of oil) and Zapolyarnoe, Medveshye,
Urengoyskoe, Yamburgskoe (of gas).


Слайд 14
Текст слайда:


His name was given to a street in Tyumen and a charity fund of Russian geologists.
On 14 April 2006 in Tyumen a monument to Ervier who had worked in “Glavtyumengeologiya” for many years was opened in Respublika street.
The text on the monument says: “To Ervier Yuri Georgievich – from grateful Tyumen”.


Слайд 15
Текст слайда:

Viktor Muravlenko

Viktor Muravlenko - Soviet organizer of the oil and gas industry, head of the largest in the USSR oil industry enterprise Giprotyumenneftegaz in 1965-1977 years. Hero of Socialist Labour and the laureate of Lenin and State prizes. In 1936 he graduated the Oil Institute in Grozny . His professional career began in the oil fields in the Chechen-Ingush ASSR.


Слайд 16
Текст слайда:

Since 1965 Muravlenko worked in the Tyumen region. From 1965 he was head of Glavtyumenneftegaz. He taught in the Tyumen industrial Institute. In honor of Muravlenko named the town in the Tyumen region, one of the largest in the oil industry research Institute «Giprotyumenneftegaz», a secondary school in the village Parfenovo in Tyumen, the streets in Tyumen, Samara, Zhigulyovsk. In 2007 the plane Tu-154 of UTair was given the name «Viktor Muravlenko».


Слайд 17
Текст слайда:

Farman Kurban ogly Salmanov (1931 - 2007)

The Soviet and Russian geologist,
Doctor of geological-mineralogical
Sciences, corresponding member
of RAS (1991), Hero of Socialist
Labour (1966), the Honoured
Geologist of the Russian Federation.


Слайд 18
Текст слайда:

Having worked in Western Siberia for over 30 years, he became a discover in the Tyumen North more than 130 fields of «black gold» and «blue fuel», including the largest: Mamontov, Megionskoye, Pravdinskoye, Ust-Balyk, Surgutskoye, Fedorov, Urengoiskoye, Yamburgskoye and many others, which became the main base of the oil and gas complex of Russia.
After that, in the area of Ust-Balyk the second well gave fountain, Salmanov sent telegram to N. C. Khrushchev with the following content: I found oil. The Well strikes by all the rules .That's it. «Я нашел нефть. Скважина лупит по всем правилам .Вот так, Салманов».


Слайд 19
Текст слайда:

Nikolay Nikitin (1907 - 1973) 

Nikolay Nikitin was a construction engineer of the Soviet Union, best known for his monumental
structures.
Nikolay was born in Tobolsk. In 1930, Nikolay graduated from the Tomsk Technological Institute.


Слайд 20
Текст слайда:

Moscow State University is 240 m high main building. At the time of its construction it was the tallest building in Europe. Built from 1949 to 1953.
Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science, constructed from 1952 to 1955 also in partnership with Lev Rudnev as main architect.
Luzhniki Stadium


Слайд 21
Текст слайда:

Ostankino Tower is a television
and radio tower in Moscow.
Standing 540.1 metres tall,
Ostankino was designed by
Nikolai Nikitin. It is currently
the tallest freestanding structure
in Europe and eighth tallest in
the world. Ostankino was built
to mark the 50th anniversary of
the October Revolution. It is
named after the Ostankino district
of Moscow in which it is located.


Слайд 22
Текст слайда:

Mother Motherland is a statue in
Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd,
commemorating the Battle of
Stalingrad. It was designed by
sculptor Yevgeny Vuchetich and
engineer Nikolai Nikitin, and
declared the largest statue in
the world in 1967.


Слайд 23
Текст слайда:

The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw is the tallest building in Poland, the eighth tallest building in the European Union. The building was originally known as the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science.
Construction started in 1952 and lasted until 1955. A gift from the Soviet Union to the people of Poland.


Слайд 24
Текст слайда:

Yuri Sergeyevich Osipov

Yuri Osipov (born July 7, 1936, Tobolsk) - Russian mathematician and engineer, teacher, professor. President of the Russian Academy of Sciences from 1991 to 2013. Academician.

In Tobolsk he graduated school № 13 with a gold medal.


Слайд 25
Текст слайда:

Professor, Doctor of History Sciences Dmitry Ignatievich Kopylov

Professor Kopylov written 103 works, the most important are: the books «Ermak» , «Manufacturing of Siberia in early XVIII-XIX centuries», «Tyumen», «Stories about history of the Tyumen region».


Обратная связь

Если не удалось найти и скачать доклад-презентацию, Вы можете заказать его на нашем сайте. Мы постараемся найти нужный Вам материал и отправим по электронной почте. Не стесняйтесь обращаться к нам, если у вас возникли вопросы или пожелания:

Email: Нажмите что бы посмотреть 

Что такое TheSlide.ru?

Это сайт презентации, докладов, проектов в PowerPoint. Здесь удобно  хранить и делиться своими презентациями с другими пользователями.


Для правообладателей

Яндекс.Метрика