Timur Eneev | |
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Born | Timur Magomedovich Eneev September 23, 1924 Grozny, Russia |

Died | September 8, 2019 94) Moscow, Russia | (aged

**Timur Magomedovich Eneev** (September 23, 1924^{ [1] } – September 8, 2019) was a Russian mathematician specializing in mechanics and control processes. A minor planet Eneev discovered in 1978 is named after him.^{ [2] } He was the editor-in-chief of the journal * Cosmic Research *.^{ [3] } He was a member of the Balkar ethnic group.

In 1948 Eneev graduated from the Moscow State University and until 1953 worked as a research worker at the Steklov Institute of Mathematics. Since 1953 he is associated with the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics.^{ [2] } He became a member of the CPSU since 1957 and a corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1968.^{ [1] }

Eneev received the Lenin Prize in 1957 and has been awarded the Order of Lenin and the Order of the Red Banner of Labour.^{ [1] } In 2006 he was awarded the prestigious Demidov Prize of the Russian Academy of Sciences in mathematics.

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- 1 2 3 "Eneev, Timur Magometovich". The Great Soviet Encyclopedia . Retrieved 5 August 2013.
- 1 2 Lutz Schmadel (5 August 2003).
*Dictionary of Minor Planet Names*. Springer. pp. 484–. ISBN 978-3-540-00238-3 . Retrieved 6 August 2013. - ↑ "Cosmic Research". Springer.

- "Timur Magomedovich Eneev on his 85th birthday" (PDF).
*Cosmic Research*.**47**(5): 351. 2009. Bibcode:2009CosRe..47..351.. doi: 10.1134/S0010952509050013 . - "On the 80th Birthday of Timur Magometovich Eneev".
*Cosmic Research*.**42**(5): 433–434. 2004. Bibcode:2004CosRe..42..433.. doi:10.1023/B:COSM.0000046228.87078.21. S2CID 189778172.

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