Vladimir Samuel Shevelev (Abramovich, till 1982)
Date and place of birth 09.03.1945, Novocherkassk, Russia Date of repatriation to Israel September 5, 1999 Marital status Married: three children, six grandchilds. D.Sc.(Combinatorics)1992, Glushkov Cybernetic Institute, Academy of the Ukraine, Kiev.
Title of thesis: "Investigations on the enumerative theory of permutations with restricted position".
Ph.D. (Theory of functions)1971, Rostov-on Don State University (Russia). Title of thesis: "Inverse factorization problem for meromorphic functions in a circle".
Diploma of pure mathematician 1969, Rostov-on Don State University ( 1-st Class Honor)
From 1999, Professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, partially supported by Ministry of Absorption (KAMEA)
[I just heard the sad news that Vladimir died today in Beer Sheva at the age of 73. He was a valued contributor to the OEIS for more than twelve years. - N. J. A. Sloane 17:12, 3 May 2018 (EDT)]