Alexander Aleksandrovich Mikhalevich (b. 20.09.1938, Vitebsk), a scientist in the field of heat transfer, general and nuclear energy. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (2000; correspondent member since 1986), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1976), Professor (1978).
Theoretically investigated the mechanism of heat and mass transfer during condensation of a reacting gas, studied the cooling systems of nuclear and thermal power plants, the efficiency of heat transfer in heat exchangers in the presence of chemical reactions in the coolant. In 1992-1996 he took part in the development of the Energy Program, the State Program for the Development of Nuclear Energy, the Republican Program for Energy Saving and the Main Directions of the Energy Policy of the Republic of Belarus. In 2003-2007 participated in the development of the Energy Security Concept of the Republic of Belarus, the State Comprehensive Program for Modernizing the Basic Production Funds of the Belarusian Energy System, Energy Saving and Increasing the Share of the Use of Own Fuel and Energy Resources in the Country in 2006-2010, Directive of the President of the Republic of Belarus No. 3.
Author of more than 250 scientific papers, incl. 8 monographs, 4 textbooks, 20 inventions.
Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus named after Academician A.V. Lykov in 2005 for a series of works "Heat and mass transfer in inhomogeneous media taking into account hydrodynamics, phase and chemical transformations". Prize of the Academies of Sciences of Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova in 2011 for the work "Development of the methodology and monitoring of the energy security of Moldova and Belarus".
Awarded with the Medal of Francisk Skaryna (2008).