In the books [1], pp. 41-42 and [2], p. 67, it is stated that his name (and patronymic) is Mikhail Mikhailovich, confirming Anatoly Kochubei's comment to Kostya_I's answer. References also state that he was born on the 26 of April 1910 in Moscow, laureated from (the then called) Leningrad University in 1936, become "aspirant" (aspirant in science) until 1939, then "kandidat fiz.-matem. nauk" (candidate in physics and mathematical sciences) and "docent" (professor) from 1945 onward. After 1954 he worked at the North Caucasus (Ordzhonikidze) Metallurgical Institute ([1], p. 41), thus Kostya_I's answer is further confirmed. In [1], p. 42, there's a list of six of his works, the first being dated 1934 and the latest one being dated 1957: in [2], p. 67, the list is continued with four more works, dated from 1958 to 1963.

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