Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Mayak Production Association"
State Enterprise "Rosatom"
Rus Eng

Baranov Sergey Vasilevich (jule 2007 - jule 2014

He was born on July 17, 1957 in the village of Vostochny in the Serov District of the Sverdlovsk Region. He graduated from the Physical and Technical Faculty of UPI with a degree in Technology of Rare and Scattered Elements (1980). On distribution has arrived to Ozersk in the Ural branch of VNIPIET for a post of the engineer-technologist. In 1982 he was drafted into the ranks of the armed forces of the USSR. Served in 1340 military representation of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. He graduated from the Military Academy. F.E. Dzerzhinsky (1991), received a higher military education. In 1998 he was appointed chief of 1340 military representation. For his high professionalism he was awarded with the distinction of the 12th Main Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. In 1999, he was invited by the Director General of FSUE "PA Mayak" to the post of director of the defense plant, which is part of the enterprise. During the years of management of the plant, with his direct participation, unique technologies were introduced that are of great importance for the further development of production and improvement of technological processes, and a number of developments have been implemented for new complex technological installations. He was appointed to the post of Director General of FSUE Mayak PA in 2007. In 2010 he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Chelyabinsk Region. Laureate of the RF Government prize in the field of science and technology (2002). Candidate of Technical Sciences (2004). He was awarded with awards and thanks of the nuclear industry, he was awarded with the distinction in the work "Veteran of Nuclear Energy and Industry" (2000), breastplate "E.P. Slavsky "(2007), a breastplate of the Central Committee of the trade union" For interaction and social partnership "(2013). Awarded the Order of Friendship (2013).
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