Afghanistan[change | change source]
- Pages appear in Category:Afghan scientists
Armenia[change | change source]
- Boris Babaian - he got the awards (from the Soviet Union): the USSR State Prize for his achievements in 1974 in the field of computer-aided design, and the Lenin Prize in 1987 for the Elbrus-2 supercomputer design. Since 1984, he has been a corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (later - Russian Academy of Sciences)
- Yuri Oganessian - oganesson is named after him; he is one of the discoverers of that element (Chemistry)
Azerbaijan[change | change source]
- Vafa Guluzade - he was a Foreign Policy State Advisor for Azerbaijan President; the political scientist died in 2015.
- Ayaz Mutallibov, he was the first president of Azerbaijan; chemist
- Lotfi A. Zadeh - pioneer (or one of the earliest scientists) of fuzzy logic; computer scientist, electrical engineer, mathematician; d. in 2017
Bangladesh[change | change source]
- Shegufta Bakht Chaudhuri, was Governor of Bangladesh Bank (central bank of Bangladesh); economist
- Muhammad Qudrat-i-Khuda, president of the Pakistan Academy of Sciences; chemist
- Muhammed Zafar Iqbal - he has a Bangladesh National Film Awards for Best Story; he is a scholar of engineering and computer science.
China[change | change source]
Cyprus[change | change source]
- Christopher A. Pissarides, he has a Nobel Prize; economist
Georgia[change | change source]
- Tamaz V. Gamkrelidze was a member of the Parliament of Georgia; assyriologist (and therefore a linguist)
- Jamshid Giunashvili - he was a linguist (Iranologist); died in 2017
India[change | change source]
Indonesia[change | change source]
- Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie - a former president of Indonesia; aerospace engineering scientist
- Hary Gunarto, computer scientist
- J. B. Sumarlin, was minister of finance; economist
Iran[change | change source]
Iraq[change | change source]
- Ahmed Chalabi, was Deputy prime minister; mathematician
- Sinan Al Shabibi, was the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq
Israel[change | change source]
- Pages appear in Category:Israeli scientists
Japan[change | change source]
Kazakhstan[change | change source]
- Serikbolsyn Abdildin, chairman of the Supreme Council of Kazakhstan; economist
- Askar Dzhumadildayev - member of the Kazakhstan National Academy of Science. He is a former member of Supreme Council of Kazakh SSR and Republic of Kazakhstan; he is a mathematician and physicist.
- Kanysh Satbayev, he was one of the founders of Soviet metallogeny; first director of Kazakhstan Academy of Sciences.
Kyrgyzstan[change | change source]
- Askar Akayev - he is a former president of Kyrgyzstan; he is a natural scientist
- Myrzageldy Kemel, was a member of Mazhilis; economist
Laos[change | change source]
Malaysia[change | change source]
- Ungku Abdul Aziz, was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Malaya, General Director of the Council on Language and Literature of Malaysia; economist
- Martin Khor, was executive director of the South Centre (intergovernmental organisation); economist
Myanmar[change | change source]
- Hla Myint, he was a pioneer of the idea that export-orientation is one of the most useful "engine of growth".; economist
Nepal[change | change source]
- Kumud Dhital - he is one of the members of the team that first transplanted a heart donated after circulatory death (DCD), where the heart has stopped beating; he is a surgeon.
North Korea[change | change source]
Philippines[change | change source]
South Korea[change | change source]
- Jim Yong Kim, Korean-American, former president of the World Bank; anthropologist, physician
- Benjamin W. Lee, Korean-American, known for his work on renormalization of the electro-weak model and gauge theory; physicist
- Yanghee Choi - he is a former minister of Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning; he is a computer scientist.
Sri Lanka[change | change source]
Thailand[change | change source]
- Phraya Anuman Ratchathon was the first Thai scholar to conduct a serious study of Thai folkloristics, taking notes on the nocturnal village spirits of Thai folklore;anthropologist, ethnographer, d. 1969
- Abhisit Vejjajiva, has been prime minister; economist
Turkey[change | change source]
Vietnam[change | change source]
- Hieu Van Le, Vietnamese-born Australian, a former governor of South Australia; economist
- Ngô Bảo Châu - best known for proving the fundamental lemma for automorphic forms (en). He is the first Vietnamese national to have received the Fields Medal; mathematician
Related pages[change | change source]
- List of scientists from Africa
- List of scientists from Europe
- List of scientists from North America
- List of scientists from Oceania
- List of scientists from South America
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