Cergay Lebedev (Сергей АлексеевиЛебедев)
Lebedev, born November 2, 1902 (October 20, O.S.) In Nizhny Novgorod, his father, Alexie Ivanovich Lebedev, had a career as a teacher and writer. And his mother was Anastasia Petrovna Mavrina, whom Anastasia was a woman from the family of Mafrin (Маврины, Mavrin), a former aristocratic family of Russia. Fla is the third child in hearth
1920, the family moved to Moscow.
1921. Enrolled in Booman (Bauman Moscow Highest Technical School, bmstu.ru)
In 1928, he graduated from Buaman in Electrical Engineering. After graduation, he worked at the All-Union Electrotechnical Institute.
1930 came to teach books at the Institute of Energy Engineering (Moscow Power Engineering Institute, mpei.ru)
1939 completed a Ph.D.
In the 1940s during the Second World War, Lebedev was on a team of researchers working on the Misside rocket's automated pilot system and stabilizing vehicle aiming stabilization.
In 1945, Lebedev created an analog computer to help solve common derivative equations.
1946 became a member of the Communist Party.
appointed director of the Institute of Electronic Engineering in Kiev (Kiev Electrotechnical Institue)
1947 began designing and developing the MESM (Small Electronic Computing Machine), which was successfully completed in 1950, which used 6,000 vacuum tubes and read information from Punched Card.
1950 moved to work at the Institute of Precise Mechanics and Computer Engineering (ITMNVT), where Lebedev was the chief researcher at the BESM (Big Electronic Computing Machine) project.
1952 BESM-1 WAS CREATED, WHICH LATER DEVELOPED INTO BESM-2 FOR PRODUCTION IN GREATER NUMBERS. THIS BESM-2 MACHINE WAS USED IN THE SOVIET SPACE PROGRAM TO CALCULATE THE PATH OF ROCKET TRANSMISSION AND THE ORBIT OF SATELLITE ORBITS.
Lebedev was named a professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Council.
This year was chosen as a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences and was named director of ITMNVT.
In 1958, the M-20 computer was built.
1967 BESM-6 was developed. It is a supercomputer capable of calculating up to 1 MIPs.
1974 3 July, died in Moscow