Management

 

 

Karakozov Batyrzhan Kumekbaevich

Karakozov Batyrzhan Kumekbaevich

General Director of the RSE “Institute of Nuclear Physics” .

Karakozov Batyrzhan Kumekbaevich graduated from the Alma-Ata Power Engineering Institute in 1985, the specialty is Electrical Engineer.

He started his career in 1985 as a Senior Power Engineer of the “Kzylordakolkhozstroy” Trust, Kyzylorda.

In 1999 he graduated from the Moscow International University of Business and Information Technologies, the specialty is Economics.

From 1997 to 2001 he was the Head of the Department of Industry, Transport and Communications, and then the Department of Industry and Trade in Kyzylorda city.

In 2007-2012, he worked as Deputy Akim of Kyzylorda, Deputy Head of the Department of Passenger transport and highways, Head of the Department of Energy and Housing-communal services, Head of the Construction Department of the Kyzylorda region.

Since 2014, he worked as Deputy Director of the Department for Development of Atomic and Energy Projects of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and then as the Director of the Department of Atomic Energy and Industry of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In 2018 he defended his dissertation paper for a PhD in Technical Sciences in the specialty “Materials Science”.

From January 2021, he was appointed as the General Director of the Republic State Enterprise “Institute of Nuclear Physics” in Almaty.

 

Janseitov Daniyar

Deputy General Director of the RSE INP for Scientific activities.

Date and place of birth: 15.11.1988, Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan.

Education: Higher education.

  • Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 2006-2013, Faculty of Physics, the specialty “Nuclear Physics” (bachelor, master courses).
  • Dubna State University (Dubna, Russian Federation), 2010-2013, Faculty of Physics, the specialty “Physics” (bachelor, master courses).
  • Gumilyov L.N. Eurasian National University, 2013-2016, Faculty of Physics, specialty “Nuclear Physics” (PhD doctoral courses).

Dissertation topic: “Study of the processes of light charged particles interaction with 13C nuclei”

Scientific degree and scientific title: PhD.

Professional activity:

  • 2013 – 2014. – Senior Teacher, the Gumilyov L.N. Eurasian National University;
  • 2014 – 2017. – Junior Researcher at the Laboratories for Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions, the Institute of Nuclear Physics;
  • 2017 – 03.2021. – Senior Researcher at the Laboratories for Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions, the Institute of Nuclear Physics;
  • 2017 – until current moment – Acting Associate Professor of the Department of Theoretical and Nuclear Physics, the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University;
  • 2021 – by the Order of the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan he was appointed as the Deputy General Director of the RSE “Institute of Nuclear Physics” for Scientific Activities

Scientific interests: structure of light exotic nuclei, halo nucleus, interaction of light charged particles with the 1p shell nuclei, cluster states of light nuclei;

Janseitov D.M. is the author and co-author of over 50 scientific papers, including over 20 papers included in the Web of Science and Scopus lists.

Since 2014, he has been working in close cooperation with the scientists from the well-known Nuclear Centers of the world: the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia) and the Kurchatov Institute Research Center (Moscow, Russia). He is the organizer from the Republic of Kazakhstan of the international nuclear physics experiments on the heavy ions accelerator at the University of Warsaw (Poland) and at the cyclotron of the Jyväskylä University (Finland) to study the structural characteristics of light nuclei.

Janseitov D.M. is a member of the Dissertation Council of the Gumilyov L.N. Eurasian National University on the defense of PhD doctoral dissertation in the specialty “Nuclear Physics”.

Grants and awards

He was awarded with the state scientific scholarships for young scientists of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2020).

 

Tulegenov Murat Shakenovich

Chief Engineer of the RSE INP.

Date and place of birth: 23.08.1960, Kazakhstan, Almaty region, Talgar district, Panfilovo estate

Education: higher education.

  • Kazakh State University, Almaty, 1978-1984, Faculty of Physics, Special Department, the specialty “Physicist. Teacher with the right to teach physics in a foreign language”.
  • Institute of High Energy Physics, Almaty, 1987-1991. Graduate school.

Dissertation topic: “Study of the influence of baryonic, electric charges and strangeness of intermediate hadronic systems on the characteristics of the process of multiple hadron production”

Scientific degree and scientific title: PhD of Physics and Math Sciences.

Professional activity:

  • 1978-1998 – Engineer, Junior Researcher, Researcher at the Institute of High Energy Physics, Almaty;
  • 2003-2015 – Chief Specialist, Expert, Chief Expert, Head of the Department of the Committee for Atomic and Energy Supervision and Control of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty, Nur-Sultan;
  • 2015-2016 – Deputy Director of the Department of Atomic and Energy Projects of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan;
  • 2016-2020– Deputy Chief Engineer for Safety of the research reactor WWR-K at the RSE INP, Almaty;
  • 10.2020 until current moment – Chief Engineer of the RSE INP, Almaty.

Scientific interests: high energy physics, nucleus-nuclear interactions at high energies.

Tulegenov M.Sh. is the author and co-author of about 20 scientific papers. He made the presentations at the IAEA seminars and meetings.

Tulegenov M.Sh. is a member of the editorial board of the Scientific and Technical Journal “Radioactive Waste”, published by the Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science “Institute for Safe Development of Nuclear Energy of the Russian Academy of Sciences” under support of the State Atomic Energy Corporation “ROSATOM”, ISSN 2587-9707, www.radwaste-journal.ru, and the member of the Scientific and Technical Council of NAC “Kazatomprom”.

Tulegenov M.Sh. presented the first National Reports of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the “Convention on Nuclear Safety” and “Joint Convention on Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on Safety of Radioactive Waste Management” at the IAEA review meetings.

 

Bekbaev Askhat

Scientific Secretary of the RSE INP.

Date and place of birth: 03.01.1988, Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan.

Education: Higher education.

  • Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 2004-2011, Faculty of Physics, the specialty “Nuclear Physics” (bachelor, magister courses).
  • Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, 2011-2014, Faculty of Physics, the specialty “Nuclear Physics” (PhD doctoral courses).

Dissertation topic: “Spectroscopy of molecular hydrogen ion”

Scientific degree and scientific title: PhD.

Professional activity:

  • 2008 – 12.2011 – Junior Researcher at the Affiliated State Enterprise of the Scientific Research Institute of Experimental and Theoretical Physics (ASE SRIETPh) of the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2012 – 08.2014 – Researcher at the ASE SRIETPh of the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2014 – 08.2016 – Teacher at the Department of Theoretical and Nuclear Physics, the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2015 – 08.2017 – Deputy Head of the Department of Theoretical and Nuclear Physics for Scientific Works, the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2016 – 08.2020 – Senior Teacher at the Department of Theoretical and Nuclear Physics, the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2018 – 12.2019 – Senior Researcher at the Affiliated State Enterprise of the Scientific Research Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics (ASE SRIMM), the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2019 – 12.2020 – Leading Researcher at the ASE SRIMM, the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2020 – 03.2021 – Acting Associate Professor at the Department of Theoretical and Nuclear Physics, the Al-Farabi KazNU;
  • 2021 – current moment – Scientific Secretary of the RSE INP.

Scientific interests:

Theoretical physics:

Precision spectroscopy;

Molecular hydrogen ions;

Exotic Atoms;

Bekbaev A.K. is the author and co-author of over 30 scientific papers, including 15 papers included in the Web of Science and Scopus lists.

Since 2010, he has been working in close cooperation with the scientists from the well-known Nuclear Centers of the world: the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna, Russia), the Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf (Dusseldorf, Germany).

Grants and awards

2011:      Grant for the young researchers at JINR

2016:      Award “The best young scientist of KazNU-2016”

2016:      Grant for the young researchers at JINR

2018:      Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2018-2020)

2020:          Grant for the young researchers at JINR