• The scientific journal "Eurasian Journal of Physics and Functional Materials" entered the DOAJ scientometric database

    On February 17, 2019, the scientific journal “Eurasian Journal of Physics and Functional Materials” is indexed into the international scientometric database DOAJ (, which ranks third in the world ranking, after Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics) and Scopus.
    The magazine has successfully passed all stages of DOAJ analysis and examination.

    The scientific journal "Eurasian Journal of Physics and Functional Materials" was created in August 2017 - at the initiative of the ENU. L.N.Gumilev. The founders of the journal are: Eurasian National University. L.N.Gumilyov, United Institute for Nuclear Research, international organization and Physical-Technical Society of Kazakhstan NGO.

    The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is an online platform that provides open access to peer-reviewed journals and indexes them. DOAJ is independent. All funding is provided through voluntary donations, 40% of which come from sponsors. All data is freely available. DOAJ conducts an education and outreach program around the world aimed at improving the quality of applications submitted.
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  • 100 New Faces of Kazakhstan

    The government of the PhTS Representative Office in Astana and Northern Kazakhstan - Nurkenov Serik Amangeldinovich entered the list of "100 new faces of Kazakhstan".

    From November 2 to 15, 2018, online voting for the participants of the final stage of the project “100 New Faces of Kazakhstan” took place on the website

    Serik Nurkenov - Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics of the Russian Federation; PhD in Physics; graduate of the Bolashak international program. He developed and obtained new thermally stable beryllium-based nano-coatings that have important practical applications in nuclear medicine, space and nuclear power engineering. Since 2009, he has been working at the Republican Diagnostic Center (now KF “University Medical Center” Nazarbayev University) in the department of nuclear medicine. He is the first medical physicist to carry out diagnostic studies using open sources of ionizing radiation in order to early diagnose cancer, cardiac and neurological diseases, assess the effectiveness of treatment, as well as identify metastatic lesions leading to changes in treatment tactics. For example, radioactive labeled substances (in other words, radiopharmaceuticals based on 18F-FDG), after being introduced into the body, are included in physiological and pathological processes, which allows them to quickly detect cancer processes (cancer cells) at the earliest stages. The data of a unique, highly accurate and informative PET / CT research began to be conducted for the first time in Kazakhstan since 2010.

    At present, with his participation, over 17 thousand examinations have been carried out, which made it possible to identify various “neoplasms” at the very early stages of the disease, and these are thousands of lives saved by citizens of our country. Serik Nurkenov carried out his research with the financial support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, was a participant and winner of republican and international competitions of young scientists.

    The results are published in rating journals with high impact factor, has more than 45 publications. In addition to the main activity, he works as a senior lecturer at the International Department of Nuclear Physics of the ENU. L.N. Gumilyov, he developed two special courses: "The Physical Basics of Nuclear Medicine" and "The Use of Nuclear Installations in Medicine", trained more than 15 graduate students and masters in medical physics. Takes part in public life: holds meetings with the public to clarify the annual messages of the Head of State, is a permanent member-moderator at the discussions “Health of Nations and Longevity”, head of the Astana branch of the Republican Physical-Technical Society; a member of the Bolashak Alumni Association. The main expert on the projects of NATR, ICTS and MES RK. He was the chairman of the Student Parliament in the East Kazakhstan region (1999-2003). She is engaged in swimming, leads an active healthy lifestyle.

  • New chairmen of PTF representative offices in Kazakhstan appointed

    New chairmen of PTF representative offices in Kazakhstan appointed

    Immediately, several personnel changes took place in the regional offices of the Kazakh Federal Tractor Fund of Kazakhstan. New chairmen have been appointed for the Caspian region and for East Kazakhstan.
    Byzanova Karlygash Baktybaevna was appointed to the post of chairman of the representative office for East Kazakhstan. Karlygash Baktybaevna, born in 1983, holds a Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics and an associate professor. In 2000 she graduated from Aktau State University named after S. Isenov. In 2008 she graduated from the graduate school of Aktobe State Pedagogical Institute.
    Rahadilov Bauyrzhan Korabayevich was appointed to the post of chairman of the representative office for the Caspian region. Bauyrzhan Korabayevich in 2009 graduated with honors from the Semipalatinsk State University. Shakarim. In 2014 He graduated from the doctoral program (PhD) with a degree in Technical Physics at the East Kazakhstan State Technical University. D. Serikbaeva. Went through scientific internships at the Lublin Technical University (Poland, 2009), at the Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland, 2012) and at the Institute of Materials Science and Connective Technologies of the University. Otto von Guerike (Germany, 2013).

  • Asian Symposium on Nuclear Physics

    From September 12-15, 2018, the PFD Staff and Management visited the Asian Symposium on Nuclear Physics on Nuclear Physics Objects in Asia, held in Beijing, China, on a working visit. The main objectives of ANPhA are to strengthen cooperation between Asian nuclear research scientists in the development of education in Asian nuclear science, encourage coordination among Asian scientists through the use of existing research institutions, as well as discuss future installation planning and instruments for nuclear science in Asia. To achieve these goals, ANPhA organizes an International Symposium almost every year since 2009, when ANPhA was first launched in Beijing.

  • Ultrafine-grained and nanostructured materials-2018

    From October 1 to October 5, 2018, the FTO staff and management were invited to participate in the school-conference, organized by the Organizing Committee of the Open School-Conference of the CIS countries "Ultrafine-grained and nanostructured materials - 2018", the city of Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan.

  • IX International Symposium on Exotic Kernels (EXON-2018)

    On September 10-15, 2018, the International Symposium on Exotic Nuclei (EXON-2018) attended the IX International Symposium. The symposium was held in Petrozavodsk, Russia. It is a clear concept of how it can be seen. The symposium organizers are: JINR (Dubna), RIKEN (Waco-Shi), GANIL (Kan), GSI (Darmstadt), NSCL (Michigan, Petrozavodsk) - studied and studied intensively.

  • International Scientific Conference on Nuclear Spectroscopy and Atomic Nucleus Structure

    From July 1 to July 6, 2018, the PhTS Management visited the city of Voronezh with a working visit. They took part in the 68th International Scientific Conference on Nuclear Spectroscopy and the Structure of the Atomic Nucleus "Core 2018. Fundamental Problems of Nuclear Physics, Atomic Energy and Nuclear Technology". The conference was held at the Voronezh State University in the Faculty of Physics. 250 including foreign countries took part in this conference.

  • International Conference in Japan, Matsue

    From June 4 to June 8, 2018, the PhTS Management  paid a working visit to Matsue, Japan. Participated in the 10th International Conference on Direct Responses with Exotic Rays. The scientific program was devoted to the latest experimental and theoretical research and development in the field of nuclear reactions with exotic nuclei. Topics included the following sub-topics related to the direct reaction:

    - Spectroscopy of exotic nuclei, such as droplet-linear and uncoupled nuclei;

    - The structure of the shell and its evolution;

    - Bulk properties and collective excitations;

    - Nuclear astrophysics;

    - Nuclear power;

    - Achievements in the theory of direct reaction;

    - New devices for the study of direct reactions.

    In keeping with the tradition of this conference series, the meeting was informal: no material was published. The program of the meeting consisted of presentations that were selected on the basis of the abstracts presented, in addition to the main opening and closing reports. The conference program was devoted to new results, in particular, presentations of unpublished results.The conference was jointly organized by the School of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo, Japan) and RCNP, Osaka University (Suita, Japan), as well as with the support of the RIKEN Nishin Center (Wako, Japan) . This conference is partly supported by Alpha (Asian Nuclear Physics Association).

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