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Russian scientist Alexander Shiplyuk is a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences. He is the third Russian physicist who has recently been arrested on charges of treason.
The Putin regime continues to persecute Russian scientists, suspecting them of high treason. According to the TASS agency, Alexander Shiplyuk, director of the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ITAM) of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SB RAS), was arrested in Novosibirsk in a case of treason. This is the third physicist in the last month who was detained by the Russian security forces under this article.
According to Vasily Fomin, scientific director of the institute, FSB officers conducted searches at the institution in connection with the Shiplyuk case, and the scientist himself is being held in the Lefortovo detention center in Moscow.
What is known about Alexander Shiplyuk
At ITAM SB RAS, Shiplyuk headed the “Hypersonic Technologies” laboratory and was deputy director for research. He is a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences. In the scientific community, he is known as a prominent specialist in the field of high-speed aerogasdynamics and experimental methods for studying gas flows, and his developments are used in rocket science.
In addition, since 2007, Shiplyuk has been actively involved in teaching at Novosibirsk University at the Department of Aerohydrodynamics,
Among the main scientific achievements of the scientist, a significant contribution to the modernization and creation of unique stands and installations, the development of methods for modeling wave processes in high-speed shear flows, as well as the discovery of a method for stabilizing high-speed boundary layers using coatings with a porous microstructure that absorb ultrasound are noted.
< h2>Arrests of other scientists on suspicion of treason
Kolker was seriously ill with cancer and was in the hospital, about however, despite the scientist's grave condition, the FSB nevertheless took him to Moscow, where he died some time later.