Global Energy offers condolences after the passing of academician Vladimir Fortov
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Academician Fortov died on Sunday morning, aged 74.

    The Global Energy Association expresses its condolences to the family and friends of academician Vladimir Fortov, former president of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

     Academician Fortov died on Sunday morning, aged 74.

    Fortov was named a laureate of the International Global Energy Prize in 2013 for his research into thermophysical properties and powerful impulse energy devices used as a basis for impulse generators, high current limiters, lightning strike simulators for high-voltage lines and efficient energy conversion devices.

    The Global Energy Association offers its condolences to Fortov’s family, close friends and his colleagues committed to the advance of science and recognises the vast contribution he made to the development of modern physics and technical science.

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