Турлей Егор Владимирович

Egor Vladimirovich Turley, PhD in Physics and Mathematics (Moscow, Russia)

Egor Turley graduated with honors from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2003. During his postgraduate studies, he received a RF Presidential Scholarship, and wrote about forty publications in Russian and international journals and proceedings. In 2006, he received a Ph.D. in biophysics, conducted scientific research, taught students, supported interdisciplinary and international research projects.

In 2008-2011 he assisted the Office of the Public Chamber of Russia in liaising with international NGOs (non-profit organizations), public institutions, political and public figures.

Since 2012 he has been searching for innovative solutions for a well-known multinational corporation in the field of electronics, chemistry and telecommunications.

Since 2018, he has been Scientific Secretary of the Scientific Council of the National Roerich Committee, of which he was one of the 24 founding members. In parallel to his activities in the study of the Roerichs' heritage and its links with Eurasianism, to which his recent publications are devoted, Yegor Turley is involved in theosophical structures and recently completed writing a large-scale apologia for H.P. Blavatsky in light of errors found only in the digital age in theosophical sources.