Evgeny Ignatievich Marukovich (b. 22.08.1946, v. Smolyany, Orsha district, Vitebsk region), a scientist in the field of metal technology. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2009; corresponding member since 2000), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1992), Professor (1994). Honored Inventor of the Republic of Belarus (1992).
Scientific works in the field of materials science, mechanical engineering, metallurgy, casting processes. He developed the theory of crystallization and solidification of castings during continuous casting and obtaining wear-resistant castings, established the patterns of the combined effect of thermal, kinetic, hydrodynamic and metallurgical parameters on the formation of castings, developed methods for intensifying metallurgical processes. He studied the features of the mechanism of formation of the structure and properties of cast products under conditions of directional solidification and controlled heat removal in graphite, metal, and combined cooled forms. A number of new materials and technological processes for producing blanks from ferrous and non-ferrous alloys for the automotive, tractor, machine-tool, shipbuilding, agricultural engineering, building materials industries were developed and introduced at the factories of Belarus, the CIS and foreign countries, which made it possible to export high-quality products in dozens of countries, sell technology and equipment for continuous casting to Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, the Republic of Korea, China, India.
Author of more than 700 scientific papers, incl. 7 monographs, 290 inventions.
State Prize of the BSSR in 1990 for research, development and implementation of efficient resource and material saving environmentally friendly technological processes of obtaining high-quality castings in a centralized production. Prize of the NAS of Belarus in 1999 for a series of works on the theoretical foundations of the formation of castings. State Prize of the Republic of Belarus in 2010 for the work "Creation and industrial implementation of a fundamentally new method of continuous-cycle casting by freezing high-wear-resistant parts of machinery".
Awarded with the Order of Honor (2008), Medal of Francisk Skaryna (1999).