Oleg Vladislavovich Roman (21.09.1925, Vladivostok, Russia – 16.03.2013), a scientist in the field of powder metallurgy. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1991; corresponding member since 1989), Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor (1972). Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the BSSR (1976).
Works on the technology of metals and various structural materials, on the theory and practice of pressing and molding of metal and non-metallic powders, methods of manufacturing metal-ceramic products. Established the phenomena that determine the regularities of the flow of powder material during its formation and deformation, the regularities of the formation of properties in the technological operations of powder metallurgy.
Author of more than 350 scientific papers, incl. 8 monographs.
State Prize of the BSSR in 1980 for the development and introduction of new porous materials and products based on metal powders into the national economy. International Prize named after J. Nehru in 1992, International Prize of the Indian Association of Powder Metallurgy in 2002.
Awarded with the Order of the Red Banner of Labor (1986), Friendship of Peoples (1981), the Francisk Skaryna Medal (1995), and other medals.