A graduate of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, an outstanding Russian composer.
Krasin Andrey Kapitonovich
Soviet physicist. Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Byelorussian SSR (1960). Director of the Institute of Physics and Power (1956-1959), director of the Institute of Energy Byelorussian Academy of Sciences (1965-1977). In 1957 along with the group of scientists of Institute of Physics and Power Engineering he was awarded by Lenin Prize for their participation in the creation of the world's first nuclear power plant in Obninsk.
Golotsutskov Anton Sergeevich
Russian gymnast, Honored Master of Sports, two-time bronze medalist of the Olympic Games of 2008
Stolyarova Ekaterina Andreevna
Russian athlete, member of the Russian Olympic team in freestyle at the Olympic Games in Vancouver.
Kulyabko Alexey Aleksandrovich
Professor, Department of Physiology TSU, Alexey Kulyabko in 1902 for the first time in the world "revived" the baby's heart 20 hours after the death caused by pneumonia. Kulyabko's experiments in restoration of brain function and heart opened up new ways for successful solution of the problem of resuscitation.