The following list contains notable inventions and discoveries made by ethnic Armenians, including those not born or living in modern-day Armenia and those of partial Armenian ancestry.


Name Country/citizenship Field Invention/discovery (date)
Abram Alikhanov Soviet Union Nuclear physics First heavy water nuclear reactor in USSR and Europe[1]
Agrippina Vaganova[2] Russian Empire, Soviet Union Arts Vaganova method (1930s)[3]
Albert Zaven Kapikian[4][5] United States Medicine Rotavirus vaccine (1997)[6]
Alexander Kemurdzhian[7] Soviet Union Aerospace engineering First planetary rover, Lunokhod 1 (1970)[8][9]
Andronik Iosifyan Soviet Union Electrical engineering Electrical part of R-7 Semyorka and Soyuz spacecraft[10]
Armen Alchian[11] United States Economics New institutional economics (with Ronald Coase and Harold Demsetz)[16] (1946–84)
Armen Takhtajan[17] Soviet Union, Russia, Armenia Botany Takhtajan system (1950)[18]
Artem Mikoyan Soviet Union Aerospace engineering Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-9, the first Soviet turbo jet fighter (1946)[19]
Avedis Donabedian[20][21][22] United States Healthcare Donabedian model (1980–88)[23]
Avie Tevanian United States Computer science Mach kernel, NeXTStep, macOS[24]
Benjamin Markarian Soviet Union Astronomy Markarian's Chain (1961)[25]
Markarian galaxies (1965–80)[26]
Boris Babayan Soviet Union, Russia Computer science Elbrus supercomputer[27]
Cyrus Melikian[28] United States Electrical engineering Coffee vending machine (1947; with Lloyd Rudd)[29][30][31]
Edward Keonjian[32] United States Electrical engineering First solar-powered, pocket-sized radio transmitter (1954)[33]
Emil Artin[34][35] Austria, United States Mathematics Co-author of Moderne Algebra (1930)
Gabriel Kazanjian[36] United States Electrical engineering Hand-held hair dryer (1911)[37][38][39]
George Adomian United States Mathematics Adomian decomposition method (1980s)[40]
Gurgen Askaryan[41] Soviet Union Physics Askaryan effect (1962)[42]
Hovannes Adamian Germany, Armenia, Russia Electrical engineering Color television[43]
Ignacy Łukasiewicz[44][45] Austrian Poland Chemical engineering First kerosene lamp (1853)[46]
First oil refinery (1856)[47]
Leonid Khachiyan[48][49] Soviet Union, United States Mathematics Ellipsoid method (1979)[50][51]
Luther Simjian[52] United States Electrical engineering Prototype of automated teller machine (ATM) (1960)[53][54]
Mesrop Mashtots Kingdom of Armenia Linguistics Armenian alphabet (c. 405)[55][56]
Georgian alphabet[57][58] (c. 408;[59] disputed)
Caucasian Albanian alphabet[60][57][58] (c. 422)[59]
Michael Artin[61] United States Mathematics Artin approximation theorem (1969)[62]
Michel Ter-Pogossian[63][64] United States Medicine Positron emission tomography (PET) (1974)[65]
Mikhail Pogosyan Russia Aerospace engineering Sukhoi Su-47[66]
Raymond Vahan Damadian[67] United States Medicine Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (1977)[68][69][70]
(disputed with Paul Lauterbur)[71][72]
Rolan Martirosov [ru][73] Russia Aerospace engineering Sukhoi Su-34[74][75] (1990s)[76]
Samvel Kocharyants Soviet Union Nuclear physics First Soviet nuclear warheads for ballistic missiles[77]
Sarkis Acopian Soviet Union Electrical engineering Solar-powered radio (1957)[78][79][80]
Semyon Kirlian[81] Soviet Union Photography Kirlian photography (1939)[82]
Sergey Mergelyan[83] Soviet Union Mathematics Mergelyan's theorem (1951)[84]
Stephen Stepanian United States Industrial engineering Concrete mixer truck (1916)[85][86]
Viktor Ambartsumian Soviet Union, Armenia Astronomy Stellar association (1947)[87][88]
Yuri Oganessian[89] Soviet Union, Russia Nuclear physics Discovery of superheavy elements:[90] Flerovium (1999),[91] Livermorium (2000),[92] Oganesson (2002),[93] Moscovium (2003),[94] Nihonium (2004),[95] Tennessine (2009)[96]

See also


  1. ^ Biography of Abram Alikhanov on (Russian)
  2. ^ Walker, Christopher J. (22 August 1981). "Dispersed. Review of The Armenians: A People in Exile David Marshall Lang (Allen and Unwin pp.203, 12.95)". The Spectator. No. 247. p. 22. Leading Armenians ... such as Agrippina Vaganova (Vahanian, in Armenian), director of the Maryinsky, later Kirov, Ballet, and author of Fundamentals of the Classic Dance;...
  3. ^ Kisselgoff, Anna (June 16, 1987). "WITH AN OPEN MIND, CLAUDE BESSY MOLDS PARIS BALLET SCHOOL'S FUTURE". The New York Times. In the Soviet Union, the curriculum developed by the teacher Agrippina Vaganova in the 1930's is applied throughout the country.
  4. ^ Langer, Emily (March 21, 2014). "Albert Z. Kapikian, prominent National Institutes of Health virologist, dies at 83". The Washington Post. Archived from the original on 24 January 2016. Albert Zaven Kapikian was born May 9, 1930, in the Bronx to Armenian immigrants.
  5. ^ Morens, David M.; Fauci, Anthony S. (2015). "In Memoriam: Albert Z. Kapikian, MD, 1930–2014". The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 211 (8): 1199–1201. doi:10.1093/infdis/jiv034. PMID 25737559. The second profound influence was his parents’ harrowing escapes from the 1915 Armenian genocide...
  6. ^ "Vaccine for a Global Childhood Illness Passes Last Big Hurdle". The New York Times. (via Associated Press). October 23, 1997. Dr. Kapikian is the principal creator of the rotavirus vaccine...
  7. ^ "Alexander Kemurdjian". The Planetary Society. Archived from the original on 26 January 2020. Alexander Kemurdjian was a pioneering scientist, of Armenian heritage...
  8. ^ Benson, Alvin K. (2010). Inventors & Inventions. Salem Press. p. 1285. ISBN 9781587655265. Kemurdzhian, Alexander (October 4, 1921 -February 25, 2003): Russian. Kemurdzhian designed Lunokhod 1, the first space-exploration rover, which roamed on the Moon in 1970.
  9. ^ Harvey, Brian (2007). Soviet and Russian Lunar Exploration. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 249. ISBN 9780387739762.
  10. ^ The first steps of domestic rocket production (Russian)
  11. ^ ""The Armenian Adam Smith": UCLA Holds Conference in Honor of Armenian Economist". Asbarez. May 26, 2006. Archived from the original on 11 January 2020.
  12. ^ Heinsohn, Gunnar; Steiger, Otto (2013). Ownership Economics: On the Foundations of Interest, Money, Markets, Business Cycles and Economic Development. Routledge. p. 25. ISBN 9781135131906. Along with Demsetz, Armen Alchian is regarded as one of the founders of new institutional economics.
  13. ^ Read, Colin (2015). The Corporate Financiers: Williams, Modigliani, Miller, Coase, Williamson, Alchian, Demsetz, Jensen and Meckling. Palgrave Macmillan. p. 166. ISBN 978-1-137-34128-0. Alchian [...] was also viewed as a pioneer and co-founder of the New Institutional Economics revival, of which UCLA was at the center.
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  15. ^ Higgs, Robert (February 19, 2013). "Armen Alchian (April 12, 1914 – February 19, 2013)". Independent Institute. Archived from the original on 7 January 2020. Yet, aside from Ronald Coase, no one had a greater influence in creating and fostering what has come to be known as the New Institutional Economics, one of the most notable improvements in mainstream economics during the past half century.
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  24. ^ Highlights of Avie Tevanian's interview at the Computer History Museum
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  27. ^ Pioneering Architect of Soviet-era Computing
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  30. ^ "MACHINE TO SERVE HOT COFFEE SHOWN; Developed by Rudd-Melikian, Big Demand Seen by Schools, Factories and Cafeterias". The New York Times. September 25, 1947.
  31. ^ Hicks, James L. (January 17, 1948). "Veteran's Whirl". The Ohio State News. Columbus, Ohio. p. 14. Archived from the original on 15 August 2021. Take the case of Lloyd Rudd and Cyrus Melikian. They were shivering in a railroad station one day when they walked up to a vending machine which was dishing out cold drinks for a nickel. "This damn thing should be giving out hot coffee instead of cold drinks," Rudd said. "That's an idea," said Melikian, and the two men invented "Kwik Kafe" hot coffee vending machine.
  32. ^ "Obituaries: Edward Keonjian". Associated Press. September 11, 1999. Archived from the original on 12 August 2021. In 1954, Keonjian designed the world’s first solar-powered, pocket-sized radio transmitter. ... Keonjian, an Armenian...
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  43. ^ Hovhannes Adamyan: The Innovator of Color TV
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  48. ^ "World Renowned Computer Scientist Leonid G. Khachiyan Dies at 52". Rutgers University Department of Computer Science. Archived from the original on 2016-09-11. (archived PDF) "Of Armenian descent, Khachiyan was born on May 3, 1952, in St. Petersburg..."
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