Having examined the proposals from the Presidential Council for Science and Education, I hereby declare:
The 2013 Presidential Prize in Science and Innovation for Young Scientists and the honorary title of Laureate of the Presidential Prize in Science and Innovation for Young Scientists is awarded to:
Natalia Baurova, DSc in Technical Sciences and professor at the Moscow State Automobile and Road Technical University (MADI) for the development of progressive technology for metal construction diagnostics through the use of intellectual materials;
Andrei Gorobets, who holds a PhD in Physics and Mathematics and is a senior researcher at the Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Alexander Davydov, who holds a PhD in Physics and Mathematics and is a senior researcher at the same institution, in recognition of their series of studies to create algorithms and software for high-performing calculations on modern and emerging supercomputers;
Vladimir Novikov, who holds a PhD in Technical Sciences from the Mozhaisky Military Space Academy, in recognition of achievements in protecting special information and calculation complexes and systems;
Alexei Polilov, who holds a PhD in Biology and is an associate professor at the Entomology Department at the Biology Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University, for the results of research on the structure and limitations of miniaturising the smallest multicellular live organisms.