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State Prize of the Russian Federation

State Prize of the Russian Federation
Awarded for Outstanding contributions in (1) science and technology; (2) literature and arts; (3) humanitarian work
Country Russia
Presented by President of Russia
First awarded 1992

The State Prize of the Russian Federation (Russian: Государственная Премия Российской Федерации; official translation in Russia: Russian Federation National Award) is a state honorary prize established in 1992 as the successor for the USSR State Prize following the breakup of the Soviet Union. In 2004 the rules for selection of laureates and the status of the award were significantly changed making them closer to such awards as the Nobel Prize or the Soviet Lenin Prize [1]

Every year seven prizes are awarded:

  • Three prizes in science and technology (according to newspaper Kommersant there was a fourth 2008 State Prize for Science and Technology awarded by a special decree of President Dmitri Medvedev but the name of the winner is kept secret because of the confidential character of the work [2]);
  • Three prizes in literature and the arts;
  • One prize for humanitarian work (established in 2005 [3]).

Only three prizes for humanitarian work have been awarded so far: to Patriarch Alexius II of the Russian Orthodox Church (2005),[4] to Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (2006)[5] and to French President Jacques Chirac (2007).[6]

The award consists of a cash prize amounting to 5 million Russian rubles (approximately $200,000), a medal and a certificate. If a number of coauthors equally contributed to a prize-winning work the prize is divided among no more than three authors.[1]

The prize is usually presented by the President of Russia in a ceremony held in the Kremlin.

Contents

  • Medal 1
  • Selected Laureates 2
    • 1992 2.1
    • 1993 2.2
    • 1996 2.3
    • 1997 2.4
    • 1999 2.5
    • 2000 2.6
    • 2001 2.7
    • 2002 2.8
    • 2003 2.9
    • 2004 2.10
    • 2005 2.11
    • 2006 2.12
    • 2007 2.13
    • 2009 2.14
    • 2010 2.15
    • 2011 2.16
    • 2012 2.17
    • 2015 2.18
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Medal

The medal for the State Prize was developed by the artist

  • (Russian) Государственные премии Российской Федерации в области науки и технологий и в области литературы и искусства

External links

  1. ^ a b Order of President of Russian Federation N785 on reform of state awards 21 June 2004
  2. ^ a b Названы лауреаты Государственной премии РФ Kommersant 20 May 2008
  3. ^ Президент России
  4. ^ a b Президент России
  5. ^ a b Президент России
  6. ^ a b Ширак стал лауреатом Государственной премии РФ (Russian)
  7. ^ Soviet Heraldry (Russian)
  8. ^
  9. ^ (Russian) Президент Российской ФедерацииУКАЗ №779 от 27.05.1996 «О присуждении Государственных премий Российской Федерации в области литературы и искусства 1995 года». (President of RussiaUkaz #779 of 27.05.1996 On the awarding of State awards of the Russian Federation in the field of literature and the arts for 1995. ).
  10. ^
  11. ^ http://ru.wikisource.org/articles/Указ Президента РФ от 6.06.2001 № 655
  12. ^ Президент Российской Федерации. Указ №572 от 10.06.2002 «О присуждении Государственных премий Российской Федерации в области литературы и искусства 2001 года». (President of RussiaUzaz #572 of 10 June 2002 On the awarding of the State Prize of the Russian Federation in the field of literature and the arts for 2001. ).
  13. ^ a b c d e f Президент России
  14. ^ a b c d e Президент России
  15. ^ a b c d e f Президент России
  16. ^ a b c Госпремии в области науки получили Владимир Арнольд и Андрей Зализняк
  17. ^ a b c Алисe Фрейндлих присудили Государственную премию

References

2015

  • Anatoly Derevyanko for outstanding discoveries and works in the field of ancient history in Eurasia and the formation of anatomically modern humans.

2012

2011

  • Yuri Oganessian for the opening of the new field of stability of superheavy elements.

2010

2009

Literature and the arts
  • Vladimir Arnold - Russian mathematician;[16]
  • Alexey Khokhlov - Polymer scientist;[16]
  • Andrey Zaliznyak - Russian linguist.[16]
  • According to newspaper Kommersant there was fourth State Prize for Science and Technology awarded by a special decree of President Dmitri Medvedev but the name of the winner is kept secret because of the confidential character of the work.[2]
Science and Technology
Humanitarian work

2007

Literature and the arts
Science and Technology
Humanitarian work

2006

Literature and the arts
Science and Technology
Humanitarian work

2005

Literature and the arts
Science and Technology

2004

  • Alexei Fridman, V. Afanasiev, S. Dodonov, Anatolii Zasov, Valerij Polyachenko, Olga Silchenko, Evgenii Snezhkin, Oleg Khoruzhii - for prediction and discovery of new structures in spiral galaxies.
Science and Technology

2003

Science and Technology
Literature and the arts

2002

Literature and the arts

2001

Literature and the arts

2000

1999

Science and Technology

1997

Literature and the arts

1996

Literature and the arts

1993

Literature and the arts

1992

Complete listings are available on Russian WorldHeritage, For example: Laureates of the State Prize of the Russian Federation for 1992, , over 60 names of recipients.

Selected Laureates

[7]

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