• Ilya Prigogine

    Ilya Prigogine

    Viscount Ilya Romanovich Prigogine (/prɪˈɡoʊʒiːn/; Russian: Илья́ Рома́нович Приго́жин; 25 January O.S. 12 January] 1917 – 28 May 2003) was a physical chemist and Nobel laureate noted for his work on dissipative structures, complex systems, and irreversibility.

  • Prigogine, Ilya, Vicomte

  • Ilya, Vicomte Prigogine

  • Ilya

    Ilya, Illia, Illya, Iliya, Il'ja, Ilija , or Ilia (Russian: Илья́, romanized: Il'ja [ɪlʲˈja ] or Russian: Илия́, romanized: Ilija [ɪlʲɪˈja ]; Ukrainian: Ілля́, romanized: Illja [iˈlʲːɑ ]) is the East Slavic form of the male Hebrew name Eliyahu (Elijah), meaning "My God is Yahu /Jah " ". It comes from the Byzantine Greek pronunciation of the vocative (Elia) of the Greek Elias (Ηλίας). It is pronounced with stress on the second syllable. The diminutive form is Ilyusha or Ilyushenka. The Russian patronymic for a son of Ilya is "Ilyich ", and a daughter is "Ilyinichna".

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