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Those Sophisticated Cave Men--
Ancient 3D Aerial Map Manufactured with Modern Technology
A Product of Advanced Technology? .. Page 40

Back in 1992 a Pravda story about an ancient 3D aerial high technology map made a big splash all over the internet and to a much lesser degree, the "conventional" press (apologies, but it was in Pravda not the New York Times).

It was claimed that a 5 foot, one ton slab found in Ufa, Russia (map of the creator) was a 120 million year old ancient topographical map, manufactured through an unknown process, and clearly was the product of an advanced civilization.

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What made the story so unusual, outside of the facts presented were that the claims were being made by the head of the Physics and Engineering Department at a well known, Russian University.

The proponent of the claims, Aleksandr Nikolayevich Chuvyrov, had a doctorate in both physics and mathematics and had previously published many peer reviewed articles within his specialty. When he gives his opinion on the manufacturing of the stone slab, you will see by reading his Curriculum Vitae below that he is an expert in that field.

We were not concerned with the time frame given because it was produced using the typical materialist dating system. What was clear is/was that this was potentially an ancient piece featuring advanced technology.

After the original article appeared and created a sensation, Chuvyrov participated in an online press conference in June, 2002 in which he answered additional questions. After that, really as far as we could see, not much else happened.

When we were putting together this website in 2003, the interest in the "map" had waned. We felt that really, with his credentials and the claims being made, more news about the artifact should have broken and since it had not, we supposed that perhaps there was nothing to it after all.

We did find an update or at least an interview given by Chuvyrov in 2004, in Italy. he is apparently still on the faculty of the University of Bashkiria in Ufa, Russia. An American company, the History of Cartography Project in Wisconsin was according to Pravda studying the slab reported in 2004 that they had not actually seen the map although they had been contacted by the professor.

Here we provide a translation of his Italian interview in 2004, the professor's credentials as well as the original story and photos. Make of it what you will.

Original Story, Pravda, April 30, 2002

A find of Bashkir scientists contraries to traditional notions of human history: stone slab which is 120 million years covered with the relief map of Ural Region.

This seems to be impossible. Scientists of Bashkir State University have found indisputable proofs of an ancient highly developed civilization’s existence. The question is about a great plate found in 1999, with picture of the region done according to an unknown technology.

This is a real relief map. Today’s military has almost similar maps.

The map contains civil engineering works: a system of channels with a length of about 12,000 km, weirs, powerful dams.

Not far from the channels, diamond-shaped grounds are shown, whose destination is unknown.

The map also contains some inscriptions. Even numerous inscriptions. At first, the scientists thought that was Old Chinese language. Though, it turned out that the subscriptions were done in a hieroglyphic-syllabic language of unknown origin. The scientists never managed to read it

“The more I learn the more I understand that I know nothing,” – the doctor of physical and mathematical science, professor of Bashkir State University, Alexander Chuvyrov admits.

Namely Chuvyrov made that sensational find. Beginning in 1995, the professor and his post-graduate student from China Huan Hun decided to study the hypothesis of possible migration of Old Chinese population to the territory of Siberia and Ural.

In an expedition to Bashkiria, they found several rock carvings done in Old Chinese language. These finds confirmed the hypothesis of Chinese migrants. The inscriptions were read. They mostly contained information about trade bargains, marriage and death registration.

Though, during the searches, notes dated the 18th century were found in archives of Ufa governor-general. They reported about 200 unusual stone slabs which were situated not far from the Chandar village, Nurimanov Region.

Chuvyrov and his colleague at once decided that slabs could be connected with Chinese migrants. Archive notes also reported that in 17th-18th centuries, expeditions of Russian scientists who investigated Ural Region had studied 200 white slabs with signs and patterns, while in early 20th century, archaeologist A. Schmidt also had seen some white slabs in Bashkiria.

This made the scientist start the search. In 1998, after having formed a team of his students, Chuvyrov launched the work.

He hired a helicopter, and the first expedition began flying around and over of the area where the slabs were supposed to be. Despite all efforts, the ancient slabs were not found. Chuvyrov was very upset and even thought the slabs were just a beautiful legend.

The luck was unexpected. During one of Chuvyrov’s trips to the village, the ex-chairman of the local agricultural council, Vladimir Krainov, came to him (apropos, in the house of Krainov’s father, archaeologist Schmidt once stayed) and said: “Are you searching for some stone slabs? I have a strange slab in my yard.”

“At first, I did not took that report seriously, - Chuvyrov said. – Even so, I decided to go to that yard to see it. I remember this day exactly: July 21, 1999.

Under the porch of the house, the slab with some dents lied. The stab was so heavy that we together could not take it out. So I went to the city of Ufa, to ask for help.”

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In a week, work was launched in Chandar. After having dug out the slab, the searchers were struck with its size: it was 148 cm high, 106 cm wide and 16 cm thick. While it weighed at least one ton.

The master of the house made special wooden rollers, so the slab was rolled out from the hole. The find was called “Dashka’s stone” (in honour of Alexander Chuvyrov’s granddaughter born the day before it) and transported to the university for investigation.

After the slab was cleaned of earth, the scientists could not believe their eyes... “At first sight, - Chuvyrov says, - I understood that was not a simple stone piece, but a real map, and not a simple map, but a three-dimensional one. You can see it yourself.”

Chuvyrov and slab

120 Million Year Old Relief Map
Interview with Professor Alexander Chuvyrov, by Adriano Forgione, Feb. 19, 2004

In April, 2002, Pravda announced the discovery in Chandar, a Russian village of a three dimensional map dated at 120 million years. The person responsible for this discovery was Dr. Alexander Nikolaevich Chuvyrov, a physics Professor at the University of Bashkiria in Ufa, Russia, has shocked the journalists and scientists of the entire world by advancing this incredible date.

The map would seem to confirm the existence of an advanced civilization at a time when the world was dominated by giant reptiles. Indeed, the first hominid according to orthodox science did not arrive on the scene until 20 million years ago. Such an early date, if confirmed could well rewrite the history of humanity and give hope to the supporters of the antiquity of man.

There has been surprise that Chuvyrov is an academic, a university professor, which confers a certain amount of credibility to the press releases on the discovery.

In order to move understanding of the discovery along and to address lingering doubts which have been raised about the announcement, we invited Professor Chuvyrov to give a press conference here in Italy. What follows is a result of that invitation. What follows is a transcript of the interview that I had with him….. Adriano Forgione

Adriano Forgione: Professor Chuvyrov, how did you come to be involved in this research?

Alexander Chuvyrov: This discovery was by chance, as are most discoveries in the scientific realm. Along with my team we were studying the culture of the peoples of the Oural. We were trying to discover the historic framework of these peoples, who left visible tracks all over Russia, up to the 15th century, there having been no systematic studies on the subject.

Unfortunately, I wasn’t successful in finding an impartial director for the project among all the specialists that I’d contacted who weren’t overly influenced by their own ideas or by those held by their colleagues. I have therefore decided to direct the project myself.

AF: What were the circumstances that led to the discovery of the artifact?

AC:The principal objective of the project was to locate writings belonging to the south Oural (Ural) people. We thought that perhaps this ethnic group possessed a records system or a ministerial system similar to that of China. Between 1998 and 1999, we screened all the museum storehouses in the area and found a number of seals and inscriptions on decorative objects and pottery, generally written in old Chinese characters, which was a major discovery.

The inscriptions led to the conclusion that the Chinese arrived in western Russia much earlier than had been previously thought. In 1998, we made a systematic catalogue of all the discoveries and were surprised to find that the people of the area had spoken Chinese up to the 15th century. Currently we know that there have been more than 600,000 inscriptions of this kind in the archives and the philologists will have to put forth and enormous effort to examine all of them.

During the two years of our project, we looked for a gemological library like ones discovered in Mongolia, Japan and Singapore. It was difficult to decide on what to focus our research when we decided to follow a “guiding wire”; we noted that archaeologists and historians had always classified what we thought of as Chinese characters as in reality decorations or drawings.

I therefore decided to determine if the etchings were simply decorations or characters on the megaliths.

At the end of 1998, we found a list of south Oural monuments in the archives which had been indexed between 1920 and 1921. The texts were notes written by the scientists that studied the subject of this era. These notes revealed important indications related to the existence of six “sculptured slabs” of the Ul-finca region or River Karadele, a term meaning “black river” in the local language.

They said that these slabs consisted of engravings and etchings and decorations so complex that it was impossible to reproduce them on paper. In addition, the notes mentioned two steles located 12 kilometers from the first location. We extensively searched the zone described by the documents, an area known as Pisanicy, a Russian name designating a place consisting of petroglyphs. At that point, we examined all available documents in order to follow our investigation. At the end of 1999 we set out to find the six rock slabs.

AF: How did you succeed discovering the first rock pad without additional indices?

AC: At the beginning, we used zoom lenses and helicopters, but to no avail. After launching six fruitless expeditions, I had an idea to contact the oldest inhabitant of Chandar, a neighboring town. I went to the location that Schmitt and other archaeologists had conducted an expedition in 1920. I showed him the notes that Schmitt had left and asked if he knew anything about the rock slabs I was looking for. He replied that one of them was located underneath his house!

It was being used as a step to his house but its weight made it sink into the ground causing a seepage. He had planned to destroy it and convert it into gravel. We therefore arranged to exchange the slab against a promise of a truckload of gravel and to construct all the roads to him which he needed. I then returned with a good number of students, some archaeologists and physicist. It took us two days to extract it. The slab is 5 feet high, 40 inched wide and 6.2 inches deep. To raise it we used the Egyptian method, which was to roll it out on wooden cylinders. We immediately took it to the laboratory to wash it and at once we took notice that it was a map of a large area.

I couldn’t believe my eyes. How could I have known that from that era I would have found a map, a three dimensional map? Such a thing simply could not exist, because it had been found in a small valley where the first roads had been built only 10 years earlier. Beforehand, one could not get there except in a small boat because the town is surrounded by marshes. Today, one finds there some wooden houses belonging to those who supervised the course of the river. No one would have been able to bring it there for the last 100 years before the map was dicovered.

AF: In what was the next step? Were you able to proceed to a scientific analysis of the slab?

AC :Initially, just after the discovery of the stone it was stolen and certain fragments were lost for good. The block of stone fell into a river and the missing parts were never found. If one looks at photographs of the chart, it is obvious that pieces are missing. When we discovered it, it was intact. What happened is, with the help of the local police force, we carried to the laboratory in order to examine it.

As I started by working over it with a team of mathematicians, archaeologists, philologists and physicists and it appeared that the block of stone was made of three layers : a dolomite sub-base, a central layer of diopside and a porcelain top layer. During the analysis, we sometimes had to ask for assistance from other institutions.

The map covers a vast zone, the first big problem revolved around the paleohydrologic analysis; there was no specialist capable of processing data related to the south of Oural. A part of analysis was performed in China, on the sculptured idéogrammes in the rock, and on the cartographic principles and surface porcelain. The objective was to understand the procedure that the slab had undergone in view of the links with China of which we spoke a little earlier.

AF: Can you give us more details on the materials of the various layers of the slab? This could be the key to understanding the assembly of the map.

AC: As you know, the map comprises three layers. The first one is a layer of dolomite. The second is a layer of diopside, on which are engraved the canals, the rivers and all that the map represents. In order to avoid reflections, the diopside was covered with a porcelain layer of only two centimeters of thickness. This is the fruit of an advanced technology. Why porcelain? The response came from the mapping Department of the university of Moscow.

. To manufacture a map in 3D, it is necessary that the white surface be perfectly modeled so that while viewing it one is not induced to see error because of shadows and reflections. This is exactly how one would make a 3d map today. It is surprising that this technology already was used in the distant past. The process of dolomitization was completed nearly 250 millions years ago. The fossilized shellfish are 180 million years old and absolutely could not have been incorporated into the layer of diopside at a later date. In addition, this shellfish type did not exist in this region of the Oural.

We took samples of dolomite from different areas of the map in order to proceed to a chemical analysis and radiographic of the structure. The dolomite is an extremely homogenous material but, in the layer of dolomite of the map, there was no quartz – which is usually found - or of magnesium silicate. We dug in the region of Chandar and removed close to 10,000 samples of dolomite, of which analysis revealed that none matched the dolomite that is present in the map. In such conditions, this feature can not be by chance, this is the reason we can say that the layer of not dolomite is not homogenous compared to the local dolomite and that it dates back 180 million years.

Even if it is that old, I think that it is artificial dolomite - once again the fruit of a advanced technology – because the creators of the map used an artificial process of dolomitization, or at the very least bringing back clay dolomite from western Europe to Oural and transforming it. The layer of diopside is equally extraordinary and reveals a sort of nanostructure. Its crystals measure 15 nanometers. It is astonishing because I do still do not understand how it was made. The structure of diopside resembles a pudding with vertical incisions Moreover, its microhardness is equal to that of corundum. That made it possible to preserve the chart perfectly, while the layer of lower dolomite has already broken up.

In order to secure the layer of dolomite to the layer of diopside, the "creators" replaced the atoms of silicium of the diopside with the carbon atoms of the dolomite [passing CaMg (Si03) 2 to CaMg (C03) 2], so that it seems that the two layers were soldered.together. This is a nanotechnology that implies a great precision at the atomic level.

As a physicist, I know of what I speak. These people knew precisely what they were doing. I would not know how to do as much. There are two principal inherent problems with the layers (a) the manufacture of artificial dolomite; and (b) the manufacture of nanostructures from the diopside, because it has a melting point of 2650 °C. Only carbon has a higher melting point. We can imagine that they knew a chemical procedure allowing for the construction of these materials. What that could be raises the issue of an extremely advanced technology.

AF: Is it possible to realize this technology today?

AC: I do not think so! I am anxious to recall to you that the dolomite is a sedimentary rock formed by accumulation of material while the diopside belongs to the family of the pyroxènes, that are volcanic materials.

AF: The analyzed materials are therefore irréfutable proof of the existence of a civilization able to use nanotechnologies?

AC: Yes, absolutely.

AF: You say that the slab is a map. What is it that makes you think that?

AC: At the start, we thought that the surface of the rock was simply cracked because of its great age or its natural structure. But when we began examining a little more near these signs we identified them as rivers. I discovered that the right banks of the rivers were clearly marked, while the left banks were more polished. This is thus in as in reality because of the effect of the rotation of the Earth and forces of Coriolis. I have therefore looked at the edges of the canals to determine the direction of the current of the rivers. The fact is that the laws of Coriolis and Beer weren’t discovered until last century. What a shock to see that this map had been conceived according to these principles. In most cases, these two indices not sufficient to assert that it was a matter of a map.

A map is a mathematical system, thus when I calculated the distance between the height and the width of the rock, I discovered that the angle of the tangential was one of 54 degrees, which corresponds to the Ufa latitude. At this stage, the meaning of a certain sign figuring on the map was clear. This was a circle crossed by two tangential lines and the angle between the two was exactly 54 degrees. That gave me the key to calculate the exact latitude of the drawn area on the map and, from there, find the mathematical system on which the map was based. And this corresponds perfectly to all the recent maps of the region. The system used is neither that of Mercator nor that of Gauss-Kluger.

But to erect a map, the cartographic principles are not sufficient. It is equally necessary to use conventional signs, that we deduced from the inscriptions. One understood that the map represented 32 dams inside a hydrographic system. That shows that the map is the work of a civilization that had to control its rivers with the assistance of barriers - a little like Holland today.

AF: Let us talk about dating. If it is a product of an advanced civilization, to what time window must we associate it?

AC: The dating of the map is extremely important. I am anxious to recall to you that the dolomitization of the Oural ended some 250 million years ago and that the shellfish applied in this process belong to the family of the Narcopsina celote of the family of the Gyroideae. These shellfish appeared on the Earth 180 million years ago and became extinct 60 million years ago. Here is the times window inside which the shellfish were placed – note that : I say were' placed' and not' fossilized' - in the map.

We next have archéomagnétic measures that furnish the following indications: the edge of the map is oriented towards the magnetic center, while the direction of the geographic center drawn on the map is located at an angle of 22 degrees from magnetic center. We can discover the age of the rock pad thanks to 1)the Hiebert curves, that determines the position of the magnetic center at a given moment. If the calculations are good, the magnetic center was located on the peninsula of Yamal in Russia the moment the map was produced.

And that dates back to 120 million years. Dating corresponds perfectly to the times window of which we have just spoken about If such is the case, a carbon 14 dating is a useless test because this test is incapable to designate a date older than 46,000 years. Indeed, the fossilized intestines of the shellfish were carbon 14 tested but, because of their great age, the response was null. Even argon and uranium dating revealed themselves not to be very reliable. The archéohydrologic analysis showed that for the last 60 million years the hydrographic system already was such as it is on the map.

Maybe if it had been only a hundred years old (when the rock appeared for the first time) it would have required a very intelligent geologist, able to understand and to apply the law of Coriolis, to use the imagery by satellite and of mastery nanotechnologies and the chemistry of the materials. But if such was the case, he would have left notes and files for posterity, given the huge work load that would have been needed. We know Plato, Léonardi da Vinci and of other geniuses of the past but we do not know nothing of the creator of this wonder.

AF : Where was the analysis of the map carried out?

AC : Mainly in Ufa. It was also studied by specialists in scientific history in Moscow but the most important assistance came from Division Air Imagery of the Department of Cartography and Geodesy of the ̱University of Moscow. They in particular helped me to include/understand the mathematical principles on which the map is built.

AF : Your colleagues are all arrayed against you. How would you answer them?

AC: I know this well but I think that this is something of very positive nature. I am happy to to have given rise to this debate but I am anxious to say to my colleagues that they cannot study this object knowing nothing but that which can be seen from the photos, no matter how good and precise they may be. To my detractors I would reply that I am physicist, a scientist from the famous University of Bashkiria, and I know how to do scientific research.

I know that this is a matter of an unclassifiable object in the human cultural landscape such as we know it but, that said we have to give him due respect. I do not want to offend my colleagues, because only a scientist like ourselves could have been able to manufacture this map. Consequently, I ask for them to respect this creator.

“How did we manage to identify the place? At first, we could not imagine the map was so ancient. Happily, relief of today’s Bashkiria has not changed so much within millions of years. We could identify Ufa Height, while Ufa Canyon is the main point of our proofs, because we carried out geological studies and found its track where it must be according to the ancient map. Displacement of the canyon happened because of tectonic plates which moved from East.

The group of Russian and Chinese specialists in the field of cartography, physics, mathematics, geology, chemistry, and Old Chinese language managed to precisely find out that the slab contains the map of Ural region, with rivers Belya, Ufimka, Sutolka,” – Alexander Chuvyrov said while showing the lines on the stone to the journalists.

– You can see Ufa Canyon – the break of the earth’s crust, stretched out from the city of Ufa to the city of Sterlitimak. At the moment, Urshak River runs over the former canyon.” The map is done on a scale 1 : 1.1 km.

Alexander Chuvyrov, being physicist, has got into the habit of entrusting only to results of investigation. While today there are such facts.

Geological structure of the slab was determined: it consists of three levels. The base is 14 cm chick, made of the firmest dolomite. The second level is probably the most interesting, “made” of diopside glass. The technology of its treatment is not known to modern science. Actually, the picture is marked on this level. While the third level is 2 mm thick and made of calcium porcelain protecting the map from external impact.

“It should be noticed, - the professor said, - that the relief has not been manually made by an ancient stonecutter. It is simply impossible. It is obvious that the stone was machined.” X-ray photographs confirmed that the slab was of artificial origin and has been made with some precision tools.

At first, the scientists supposed that the ancient map could have been made by the ancient Chinese, because of vertical inscriptions on the map. As well known, vertical literature was used in Old Chinese language before 3rd century.

To check his supposition, professor Chuvyrov visited Chinese empire library. Within 40 minutes he could spend in the library according to the permission he looked through several rare books, though no one of them contained literature similar to that one on the slab.

After the meeting with his colleagues from Hunan university, he completely gave up the version about “Chinese track.”

The scientist concluded that porcelain covering the slab had never been used in China. Although all the efforts to decipher the inscriptions were fruitless, it was found out that the literature had hieroglyphic-syllabic character. Chuvyrov, however, states he has deciphered one sign on the map: it signifies latitude of today’s city of Ufa.

The longer the slab was studied, the more mysteries appeared. On the map, a giant irrigative system could be seen: in addition to the rivers, there are two 500-metre-wide channel systems, 12 dams, 300-500 metres wide, approximately 10 km long and 3 km deep each.

The dams most likely helped in turning water in either side, while to create them over 1 quadrillion cubic metres of earth was shifted.

In comparison with that irrigative system, Volga-Don Channel looks like a scratch on the today’s relief.

As a physicist, Alexander Chuvyrov supposes that now mankind can build only a small part of what is pictured on the map. According to the map, initially, Belaya River had an artificial river-bed.

It was difficult to determine even an approximate age of the slab. At first, radiocarbonic analysis was carried out, afterwards levels of stab were scanned with uranium chronometer, though the investigations showed different results and the age of the slab remained unclear.

While examining the stone, two shells were found on its surface. The age of one of them – Navicopsina munitus of Gyrodeidae family - is about 500 million years, while of the second one – Ecculiomphalus princeps of Ecculiomphalinae subfamily - is about 120 million years.

Namely that age was accepted as a “working version.” “The map was probably created at the time when the Earth’s magnetic pole situated in the today’s area of Franz Josef Land, and this was exactly 120 million years ago, - professor Chuvyrov says. –

The map we have is beyond of traditional perception of mankind and we need a long time to get used to it. We have got used to our miracle. At first we thought that the stone was about 3,000 years. Though, that age was gradually growing, till we identified the shells ingrained in the stone to label some objects. Though, who could guarantee that the shell was alive while being ingrained in the map? The map’s creator probably used a petrified find.”

What could be the destination of the map? That is probably the most interesting thing. Materials of the Bashkir find were already investigated in Centre of Historical Cartography in Visconsin, USA. The Americans were amazed.

According to them, such three-dimensional map could have only one use – a navigational one, while it could be worked out only through aerospace survey.

Moreover, namely now in the US, work is being carried out at creation of world three-dimensional map like that. Though, the Americans intend to complete the work only to 2010.

The problem is that while compiling such a three-dimensional map, it is necessary to work over too many figures. “Try to map at least a mountain! – Chuvyrov says. –

The technology of compiling such maps demands super-power computers and aerospace survey from the Shuttle.” So, who then did created this map? Chuvyrov, while speaking about the unknown cartographers, is wary: “I do not like talks about some UFO and extraterrestrial. Let us call the author of the map simply – the creator.”

It looks like that who lived and built at that time used only air transport means: there is no ways on the map. Or they, probably, used water ways. There is also an opinion, that the authors of the ancient map did not live there at all, but only prepared that place for settlement through draining the land. This seems to be the most probable version, though nothing could be stated for the time being. Why not to assume that the authors belonged to a civilization which existed earlier?

The latest investigations of the map bring one sensation after another. Now, the scientists are sure of the map being only a fragment of a big map of the Earth. According to some hypothesis, there were totally 348 fragments like that. The other fragments could be probably somewhere near there.

In the outskirts of Chandar, the scientists took over 400 samples of soil and found out that the whole map had been most likely situated in the gorge of Sokolinaya Mountain (Falcon Mountain).

Though, during the glacial epoch it was tore to pieces. But if the scientists manage to gather the “mosaic,” the map should have an approximate size of 340 x 340 m. After having studied the archive materials, Chuvyrov ascertained the approximate place where four pieces could be situated: one could lie under one house in Chandar, the other – under the house of merchant Khasanov, the third – under one of the village baths, the fourth – under the bridge’s pier of the local narrow-gauge railway.

In the meanwhile, Bashkir scientists send out information about their find to different scientific centres of the world; in several international congresses, they have already given reports on the subject: The Civil Engineering Works Map of an Unknown Civilization of South Ural.”

The find of Bashkir scientists has no analogue. With only one exception; when the research was at its height, a small stone – chalcedony - got to professor Chuvyrov’s table, containing a similar relief. Probably somebody, who saw the slab wanted to copy the relief. Though, who and why?

Translated by Vera Solovieva

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Chuvyrov Alexander Nikolaevich, Curriculum Vitea

(front row, middle)
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor, chairman of department "engineering physics" of the chemical-engineering department
Telephones: 007 (3472)-286278
fax: 007 (3472) 286278
mailto: ChuvyrovAN@bashedu.ru

In the university 20 years work: from 1971 through 1974, since 1987 on the present time. From 1974 through 1987 he worked in the institute of physics of molecules and crystals as the manager of laboratory.

At present - chairman of department engineering physics. Teaches branches of general physics - optics, electricity and magnetism. He leads graduate students and doctoral candidates. It prepared 26 candidates and doctors of sciences.

It protected: thesis to the competition of the degree of Candidate of Physics and Mathematical Sciences 1980.

Moscow; thesis to the competition of the degree of Doctor of Physics and Mathematics in 1989 Kiev. Regions of the scientific interests:

• physics of liquid crystals. It opened autos-wave in the rapidly oscillitory flows ZHK (1969, 1982), in 1973 revealed the phenomenon of surface polarization ZHK; properties and structure of the carbonized mesophases were investigated;

• physics of polymers. For the first time synthesized crystalline poliatsetilen and investigated its properties;

• the physics of crystals of quartz. Quartz synthesized high-quality aluminum, which does not contain, and its structure and properties were studied. The technology of obtaining radiation-resistant glass on its basis is developed.

• Applied developments. Are developed new sensory sensors on the basis of pyrolyzed poliatsetilena;

• the history of science, the intellectual heritage of the outstanding people of region. According to the results of studies are published about 300 works. Most essential of them:

• Chuvyrov A.N., Kosykh L.A., Leplyanin G.V., Salimgareeva V.M., Sannikov N.S., Magnetically ordered Phase in quasi-one-Dimensional System Based on Polyacetylene. Phys Stat. Sol. 1989 v.113. pp. 1111

• Chuvyrov A.N., Lebedev V.A., Cornilov V.M. The optical properties of carbonaceous mesophase. Carbon. v 24 n.b. p.719

• Chuvyrov A.N., Kosykh L.A. Investigation of organicmagnetics obtained on the basis of crystalline polyacetylene. Synthetic Metals. 1991 v. 41. n.1-2 p.67; p.1437

• Krekhov A.P., Chuvyrov A.N. Disclination behaviour in the flow of nematicliqvid crystal. Mol. Cryst. Lig Cryst. of 1990. v.192. p.251.

• A.N. Of chuvyrov, O.A. Of denisova. Undulating instability of smectic liquid crystals of the type "s" in the electric fields. Letters in ZHTF, 2001, № 27, s. 89-94.

• A.N. Chuvyrov, O.A. Denisova. Electric field induced wavelike instability in smectic C liquid crystals. Technical Physics Letters, 2001, v. 27, issue 11, pp.. 975-977.

A.N. Chuvyrov. Come ho scoperto la mappa del Creatore. Hera, № 34, 2002, rr. 72-75.

• Nonequilibrium phenomena and auto-wave in the liquid crystals (monograph). 1997. 190s.

In different years are obtained Grants Minobrazovaniya RF (1989, 1994, 1995, 1998, 2001), RUSSIAN BASIC RESEARCH FUND (1997), UNTAS (1997), Sorosa (1995-1999).

Besides scientific interests I collect different inscriptions and figures on the cliffs, made in the South Urals in the antiquity.

Are rewarded with the certificates of the ministry of formation RF and RB, the honorable worker of higher school RF, the professor of the fund For sorosa 1995-1999. Material is prepared By chuvyrovym A.N. and Nasibullayevym SH.K.

BGU - October 2004

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