Andrey Kolmogorov (Андрей НиколаевиКолмогоров)

MATHEMATICIAN PIONEERING PROBABILITY THEORY

Kolmogorov was born April 25, 1903, in accordance with Bov (Tambov). His mother was named Maria (Maria Yakovlevna Kolmogorova, 1871-1903).

Information about the father is unclear, but it is expected that Nikolai Matveevich Kataev, an agrarian who was exiled from St. Petersburg. Civil war) during 1919-1921. It is estimated that he died in such a period

Golmogorov grew up raised by his aunt, Vera Yakovlevna Kolmogorova, who lives in Tunoshna near Yaroslav.

He had his first piece of mathematical writing at the age of just five, published in a school journal called “The Swallow of Spring,” a journal for students that brought children's work into print.

In 1910, Aunt Pagolmogorov moved to Moscow. Repman gymnasium), a private school where he also likes to study maths, also enjoys social and historical subjects by studying himself from The Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopaedic Dictionary.

In 1920, he enrolled in Moscow State University in mathematics, while studying at the Mendeleev Moscow Institute of Chemistry and Technology.

1925 Graduation from the University of Moscow. After that, there was an additional mathematical battle with Nikolai Luzin, a Russian front-row mathematician who worked at the University of Moscow.

There's a mathematical publication on “On the principle of the exclusive middle.”

1929 received a Ph.D. from M.D. Moscow

1930 departed to Europe, Germany and France to study more mathematics.

1931 published the work “About the Analytical Methods of Probability Theory” during his address in Germany.

Received the position of Professor at the University of Moscow

1933 printed the Foundations of the Theory of Probability (Grundbegriffe der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung), a work that pioneered the fundamentals of probability theory and turned Golmogorov into the world's forefront mathematician in probability theory.

In 1935, the Department of Probability Theories was established in the Faculty of Mathematics. Moscow

In 1936 (Lusin Affair), during the Great Purge of Stalin (Joseph Stalin), Nikolai Lucin, a professor of Kolmogorov, became a targeted political attack from Stalin's administration, where many of Lucin's followers were taken as witnesses to Lucin's accusation, which is not clear if there was a Golmogorov included. However, this took him away from his position within the university, but it is worth noting that Luzin was not arrested and remains a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

1938 stochastic processes

1939 was elected a member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences.

During World War II, Kolmogorov contributed to the development of barrage ballons, which made it harder for bombing to key targets, and also used his math to develop artillery trajectory, which earned him the Stalin Prize in 1941.

1942 married Anna (Anna Dmitrievna Egorova), daughter of Dmitry Yegorov (Dmitry N. The couple did not have children together, but Anna had one child from a previous marriage.

In 1954, at a meeting of the International Congress of Mathematicians, he presented the Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser theorem, developed in conjunction with his pupil, Vladimir Arnold, at the time Arnold was only 19 years old. thirteenth problem) got

During this time, Golmogorov also pioneered the basics of algorithmic complexity theory.

1971 Join on an ocean exploration expedition with an explorer ship named Dmitri Mendelyev (Dmitri Mendeleev)

1987 October 20, died in Moscow from symptoms related to Parkinson's disease.

Mathematical theory with the name of Kolmogorov

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