Nikolay Neprimerov, Russian physicist, Died at 95

Nikolay Neprimerov was born on May 1, 1921, and died on January 11, 2017.

He was a Doctor of Technical Sciences and professor of physics at the Kazan State University.

He was Head of the Department of Radioelectronics of the Kazan University for 32 years and is author of more than 150 scientific papers and 9 monographs.

Neprimerov also authored a book about the everyday life of military pilots during World War II.

Neprimerov was awarded numerous honors and medals.

He dedicated more than 40 years to and is internationally known for physical research in oil recovery.

He was born in the village of Annovka (Voronezh Region, Russia) to a forest ranger and a schoolteacher.

During 1926, Nikolay Neprimerov’s family moved to Kazan.

Nikolay Neprimerov passed away at 95 years old.