Russian Microelectronics, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2001, pp. 67–68. Translated from Mikroelektronika, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2001, pp. 3–4. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by the Editorial Board. of the Red Banner of Labor, and the Order “For Out- standing Service.” Kamil Valiev is the famous Russian scientist in the ﬁled of theoretical physics and electronics. Even in the 1950s, he began to study NMR effects in nuclei of para- magnetic atoms and paramagnetic relaxation in electro- lytic solutions. His early efforts were also concentrated on fundamental problems regarding rotary Brownian motion of organic liquid molecules. Later, Valiev turned to study solids and liquids by IR spectroscopy, Raman scattering, NMR, and EPR. He predicted the effect of NMR signal ampliﬁcation in nuclei of para- magnetic atoms and the effect of Brownian motion on various processes in organic liquids. Almost 40 years later Valiev was awarded by the Zavoiskii International prize for a set of his early fundamental works. In the period of 1964–1977, Valiev proved himself as an outstanding organizer and laid the foundation for Russian semiconductor microelectronics. Since then, his scientiﬁc activity has become closely related to the theory of microelectronic devices and processes. He has pioneered
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