The book is devoted to life and activity of outstanding mathematician Professor of Nizhny Novgorod (Gorky) Lobachevsky State University D.A. Gudkov (1918 - 1992).
Dmitry Andreevich Gudkov received key results in the topology of real algebraic varieties - in particular, solved the problem of classifications of non-singular plane algebraic curves of degree 6 included by David Hilbert on his famous list of Hilbert 's Problems under the number16. This and its other results initiated intensive development of the problematic and its inclusion in the mainstream of modern mathematics. In addition, Dmitry Andreevich made an important contribution to the study of Nizhny Novgorod period of N.I. Lobachevsky 's biography.
Dmitry Andreevich paid great attention to the development of mathematics and mathematic education at the University of Nizhny Novgorod. It was organizer and the first head (1961-1978) of the Department of Mathematics of Radiophysical Faculty, then (1978-1988) - Head of the Department of Geometry and Higher algebras of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, under its scientific guidance a number of specialists in real algebraic geometry grew up.
The writer thanks the management of the Lobachevsky University for the supporting the publication of this book, the staff of the NNGU Museum for the provided museums materials, Yu.D. Gudkov and A.D. Gudkov for materials from personal archive of their father and for photographs from the family collection, and all authors who shared their memories of D.A. Gudkov.
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