A film about Petr Kapitsa.
Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa (June 26 [8 July] 1894, Kronstadt - April 8, 1984, Moscow) - Soviet physicist.
USSR Academy of Sciences (1939).
Prominent organizer of science.
Founder of the Institute for Physical Problems (IFP), whose director he remained until his last days.
One of the founders of the Moscow Physical-Technical Institute.
The first head of the Department of Low Temperature Physics Faculty of Physics, Moscow State University.
Nobel Prize in Physics (1978) for the discovery of superfluidity of liquid helium introduced into scientific use of the term "superfluidity."
Physics, Nobel Prize, Russian scientists.
Calendar: 40th 90th
Locations: Russia  Sweden