10 January 2014, 12:45
Scientist from Astana has solved one of the most difficult mathematical tasks of the millennium
ASTANA. January 10. KAZINFORM Mukhtarbai Otelbayev, a professor from Astana, has solved one of the seven most difficult mathematical tasks included in the number of "millennium problems". Previously such success was reached by Grigori Perelman who proved Poincaré conjecture, as is reported by the press service of the Eurasian National University.
Mukhtarbai Otelbayev, professor, Doctor of physics and mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the director of the Eurasian mathematical institute of Gumilev ENU, has completed and published his work "Existence of the strong solution of Navier-Stokes equations" in public media. The importance of the publication is that this problem is included in the list of 7 most difficult mathematical tasks called "millennium problems". It's worth noting that the Clay Mathematics Institute announced the prize of 1 million USD for solution of each of these problems in the beginning of the year 2000. Until today only one of these problems was solved (Poincaré conjecture). Fields Medal for its solution was awarded to Grigori Perelman.
A world with 11 bln people?
WASHINGTON, DC. KAZINFORM In a paper published Thursday in Science, demographers from several universities and the United Nations Population Division conclude that instead of leveling off in the second half of the 21st century, as the UN predicted less than a decade ago, the world's population will continue to grow beyond 2100. (Read "Population Seven Billion" in National Geographic magazine.)
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Where can his paper be found? English version.