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Anatoly Alekseyevich Logunov (Russian: Анатолий Алексеевич Логунов born December 30, 1926, Obsharovka Village, now in Kuybyshev Oblast, Russia) is a Soviet and Russian theoretical physicist, academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences and Russian Academy of Sciences.
Relativistic theory of gravitation
Since 1980s the name of Logunov is associated with the development relativistic theory of gravitation (RTG), a theory of gravitation alternative to that of the general theory of relativity. RTG has been criticized by mainstream physicists and has little acceptance beyond Logunov's scientific school.
- Director of the Institute for High Energy Physics (1963—1974 и 1993—2003)
- Scientific director of the IHEP (1974–present)
- Vice-president of RAS (11/26/1974–12/19/1991)
- Rector of Moscow State University (1977—1992)
- Deputy of the USSR Supreme Soviet (1979–1989)
- Candidate member of the CPSU Central Committee (1981–1986)
- Member of the CPSU Central Committee (1986)
- Logunov's profile at the website of the Russian Academy of Sciences
- "80 лет академику Анатолию Алексеевичу Логунову" (80th Anniversary of Academician Anatoli Alekseyevich Logunov) (Russian)
- "The General Theory of Relativity is Correct!", Yakov Zeldovich, Leonid Grishchuk, Sov. Phys. Usp. 31 666–671 (1988), Russian: Зельдович Я Б, Грищук Л П "Общая теория относительности верна!" УФН 155 517–527 (1988) doi:10.1070/PU1988v031n07ABEH003576
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