Anatoly Illarionovich Gordienko (b. 18.12.1941, v. Lokti, Nizhne-Omsk District, Omsk Region, Russia), a scientist in the field of materials technology. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2003; corresponding member since 1996), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1983), Professor (1991).
Scientific research in the field of theory and technology of high-speed heat treatment of metallic materials, metal physics of fast-flowing processes. He developed the theory of phase and structural transformations in titanium alloys for conditions of fast and ultrafast heating, explained the physical nature of the processes of structural recrystallization, recrystallization and decomposition of metastable phases, developed the concept of forming heterogeneous structural states in alloys when exposed to intense energy flows. Scientific developments were the basis for the creation of new technologies and automated equipment for surface and bulk thermal strengthening of semi-finished products and products from dispersion-hardening alloys, as well as metallic materials, working under extreme conditions.
Author of about 230 scientific papers, incl. 10 monographs and books, 49 inventions.
State Prize of the BSSR in 1988 for the creation of technology and equipment for obtaining armor heterogeneous materials and the organization of their large-scale production for personal protective equipment. Award of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus named after V.A. Koptyug in 2006 for a series of works "Theoretical and experimental research, development of technologies for modifying materials and producing compounds using concentrated energy flows." Award of Academies of Sciences of Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova in 2001 for the work "Study of the mechanism and kinetics of phase and structural transformations in non-equilibrium conditions and the development of promising technologies for hardening steels and alloys".