Gennady Vasilyevich Rimsky (19.09.1936, Volgograd – 23.8.2000), scientist in the field of technical cybernetics, poet. Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1996), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1981), Professor (1981).
Scientific research in the field of technical cybernetics. He proposed a general theory of root trajectories of automatic control systems (ACS), methods and tools for automating their design. He developed a mathematical apparatus for constructing and transforming root hodographs of systems whose parameters vary in arbitrary limits according to specified laws. He proposed a new class of exact (root) methods for studying the stability and quality of nonlinear ACS. He developed the basics of building intelligent computer-aided design complexes that are distinguished by the collective work of users, flexible design technologies, and intelligent problem solvers.
Author of over 330 scientific papers, incl. 7 monographs, 30 inventions, industrial design.
Prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus in 1995 for a series of monographs on the general theory of root trajectories of control systems and their automation design.
Awarded with a medal.