Advisor of rektor of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, academician of NAS RK, doctor of physical-mathematical science, professor, honored employee of science and technology of the RK, laureate of the Al-Farabi State Prize of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of science and technology 2015.


Kozhamkulov Tolegen Abdisagiyevich was born on April 29, 1946 in the village named after Dzhambul in Dzhambul region of Almaty oblast, Republic of Kazakhstan.

After graduating from a high school in 1962 he entered the Department of Physics of Kazakh State University named after C.M. Kirov. He is a holder of Lenin scholarship, and actively engaged in science, sports, music.

He graduated from the University with honor, in 1967 he entered the graduate school of Physics and Engineering Institute named after A.F. Ioffe AS of USSR (Leningrad). After graduating from graduate school in 1970-1998. He worked at the Kazakh State University named after S.M. Kirov in the Department of Physics - as an assistant, senior lecturer, associate professor, professor, head of the Department of Theoretical Physics, and Deputy Dean of the Department, Director of SRI of experimental and theoretical physics (SRI ETP).

From March 1998 to July 2001 - Rector of Zhetisu State University named after I. Zhansugurova.

From July 2001 to April 2008 – Rector of KazNU named after al-Farabi.

From April 2008 – adviser to Rector. Research Adviser of SRI ETP.

In 1986 he defended the first PhD thesis in the USSR in lattice gauge theory on "Stochastic quantization of gauge fields on the lattice" at the Institute of Theoretical Physics of AS of the Ukrainian SSR (Kiev).

In 1989 T.A. Kozhamkulov was awarded an academic title of professor.

In 1994 he was elected as an academician of the International Academy of Sciences of Higher School.

In 2004 – honorable, in 2008 – full member of (academician) of National Academy of Sciences of RoK.

2002-2012 - Presidium member, 2005-2012 - Vice-President of National Academy of Sciences of RoK.

He was awarded the title of "Kazakstannin yenbek sіnіrgen gylym zhane tehnika kairatkeri" by the Decree of the President of RoK in 1996, he was awarded medals of the Republic of Kazakhstan and foreign countries for the achievements in the fields of education, science, culture and sports.

In 2003 he was awarded the "To an author of scientific discovery" commemorative medal, dedicated to the Winner of the Nobel Prize to P.L. Kapitsa (Moscow).

For creative work, personal contribution to the development of sciences, culture, sports, spiritual and physical national enhancement, the strengthening of friendship between the nations, is awarded Honorable badge (No.27) of International Academy of Creativeness (Paris).

In 2004 by the Decree of the President of RoK за заслуги перед государством Т.А. Kozhamkulov is awarded «Parasat» medal, and in 2014 is awarded ІІ degree Barys medal.

Т.А. Kozhamkulov - honorable citizen of Almaty oblast (2001) and Dzhambul district (2006), also Tucson, Arizona (USA, 2007).




Correpondent-member of NAS RK, doctor of physical-mathematical science, professor, Laureate of the Al-Farabi State Prize of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of science and technology 2015.


Chechin LM was born on March 6, 1949 in the city of Chernivtsi, in Ukraine. In 1950, his parents moved to permanent residence in Alma-Ata. In 1966 he graduated from secondary school No. 36 with a silver medal. From 1966 to 1971 - a student of the physical department of the Kazakh State University, specialized in the department of theoretical physics. And from 1972 to 1974 - a graduate student of the same department from the future professor M. M. Abdildin. In 1986 he defended his thesis at the Belarusian State University on the theme "The monadic approach to the problem of the motion of many bodies in the general theory of relativity" on the specialty 01.04.02 - theoretical and mathematical physics. And in 1994 he defended his doctoral dissertation at the Tomsk State University on the theme "Motion of bodies in classical gauge fields" on specialty 01.04.02 - theoretical physics. LM Chechin grew up in the family of the famous Kazakh philosopher Mikhail Nikiforovich Cecin, who stood at the origins of the famous national school of dialectical logic (M.Burabaev, Teacher of Philosophers of Kazakhstan. / Almaty SIC, Gylym, 2003, 138 pp.). Among its founders is the outstanding philosopher-academician Zh. M. Abdildin. Therefore, it is no coincidence that the scientific interests of LMChechin were formed under the strong influence of both M. M. Abdildin and J. M. Abdildin. The enormous influence of M.Abdildin's views led L.M.Chechin to the Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, to the department of philosophical questions of natural science. The department was headed by an outstanding philosopher, future academician ANNysynbayev. Under the leadership of Zh. M. Abdildin and AN Nysynbaev at the Institute of Physical Problems of the Academy of Sciences of the KazSSR, L. M.Chechin was engaged in research into the logic of the formation of modern physical theories, in particular, the general theory of relativity. The result of these studies are: The problem of contradiction in the theory of gravitation of Einstein. / "Materialistic dialectics as a methodology of modern physics". Alma-Ata, Science, 1978, p. 78; The problem began in the general theory of relativity. / "Dialectic Logic as a Methodology of Modern Natural Science", Alma-Ata, Nauka, 1985, p. 99; General theory of relativity as a theory of space, time and gravitation. / "Genesis of the categorical apparatus of science", Almaty, Gylym, 1992, p. 241. But the main scientific interest, brought up by M. M. Abdildin, was and remains in L.M.Cechin's theoretical physics. The sphere of these scientific interests can be conditionally divided into three interrelated parts: the problem of motion in the general theory of relativity, the cosmology of the early universe and methods of mathematical physics. In the first part, LM Chechin proposed a non-quantum version of a unified approach to the problem of motion in relativistic physics. The importance of this idea is that it is possible to derive the equations of motion of any system of N-bodies interacting through different fields. Moreover, with its help it has been possible to overcome a number of difficulties in the problem of motion and, consequently, to substantially advance it forward. Thus, for example, the application of this approach to the particle system allowed us to justify the general covariant universal form of the equation of motion.





Doctor of physical-mathematical science, professor, deputy director of RSE “The Institute of Nuclear Physics”


Burtebayev Nasurlla graduated from the Physics Department of the Kirov S.M. Kazakh State University in 1972. Upon graduating from the University he was employed by the Institute of Nuclear Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR. He started his scientific career in the Institute from the position of senior laboratory assistant in the Laboratory of Nuclear Processes. At the present moment (since 2008) he is the Deputy Director for scientific and methodical work of the Institute of Nuclear Physics. He defended his Doctoral thesis under the specialty 01.04.16 – Physics of Atomic Nucleus and Elementary Particles in 2002. He was awarded with the title of Professor of Physics in 2004. He was awarded with the Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences title in 2011.