Vladimir Vladimirovich Klubovich (b. 06.03.1933, v. Voronichi, Zelven district, Grodno region), a scientist in the field of metal processing technology. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1996; corresponding member since 1977), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1973), Professor (1979). Honored Scientist of the Republic of Belarus (2010).
Studies on plasticity and metal processing when exposed to ultrasonic vibrations. Developed closed oscillatory systems for processing metals and alloys with the imposition of longitudinal ultrasonic vibrations, investigated the laws and features of plastic flow of metal under conditions of combined static and dynamic loading. Developed the process of obtaining corrosion-resistant composite wire with the imposition of ultrasonic vibrations. Created the scientific basis for the use of ultrasound to control the processes of self-propagating high-temperature synthesis, ion-plasma spraying, the effect of ultrasound on alloys with shape memory, the use of ultrasound in medicine and biotechnology.
Author of about 500 scientific papers, including 15 monographs, 160 copyright certificates and patents for inventions.
State Prize of the BSSR in 1984 for a series of works "Development of the scientific basis for the use of high-power ultrasound in technological processes of processing materials".
Awarded with the Order "Badge of Honor" (1979), medals.