Vladislav Borisovich was born July 23, 1945 in Ulan-Ude. From 1964 to 1970 he studied at the Kharkov Aviation Institute. After receiving a university degree, he worked in a branch of the Research Institute of Aviation Technology (JARI) in Kharkov engineer. In 1985, Vladislav Borisovich was appointed head of tool maintenance machine tool plant in Ulyanovsk city, in 1993, became the director of a small business "Ether", and in 1996 founded and headed the company "Newton's society." He is the Honorary Academician of the International Academy of Quality and Marketing. Member of the Public Assembly of the Ulyanovsk region and the Public Coordination Council of the city of Ulyanovsk. Chairman of the Ulyanovsk regional branch of the People's Patriotic Union of Russia. He was awarded: the Order "For the revival of Russia. XXI Century ", a diploma" Leader of the present "International Competition" Pilar "; medal and diploma "The Best People of Russia"; a diploma and a gold medal "European quality"; " Medal of Merit". The head of LLC "Newtonian Society" for almost a decade. Dr. Vladislav Cherepennikov - a scientist of international renown. He participated in six international conferences on the fundamental problems of natural science. In 1991 it was published his pamphlet "Science needs protection", which justified the mechanical nature of physical interactions and philosophical inconsistency of quantum-relativistic subconscious. Based on the resolution of mechanical models of physical interactions in the formulation of Faraday and Maxwell V.B. Cherepennikov managed to get in an analytical form the fundamental equations of theoretical physics in the field of gravity, electrical and magnetic interactions, and weak nuclear forces. In 1993, at the III International Conference "Newton and the problems of mechanics of solid and deformable bodies," it was unanimously elected Director of the International "Newton Society" public organization.
Fundamental equations of theoretical physics in the field of gravity, Electrical and Magnetic interactions and weak nuclear forces