NI VALENTIN KHAKSUNOVICH
NI VALENTIN KHAKSUNOVICH
Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
worked as dean of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics from 1970 to 1993
Ni Valentin Khaksunovich was born on December 12, 1927 in the village of Posyet, Posyetsky district of Primorsky Krai.
In 1947 he graduated from high school
In 1952 he graduated with honors from the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics of Kazakh State University named after S.M. Kirov.
In 1965 he defended his PhD thesis.
In 1998 he was awarded the title of professor of KazNU named after Al-Farabi.
- Work experience
In 1946 elections were held for the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, and Ni Valentin, as secretary, organized this event.
After working for five years as an assistant in the Department of Higher Algebra, he became a senior lecturer in the Department of Equations of Mathematical Physics, simultaneously combining this duty with the position of Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics.
In 1970-1993 Valentin Khaksunovich worked as the dean of the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of the Kazakh State University, simultaneously holding the position of associate professor of the Department of Equations of Mathematical Physics, and for two years worked as an associate professor of the Department of Applied Analysis and four more years - Associate Professor of the Department of Mathematical Analysis.
From 1994 to 2009 he worked as an associate professor and professor at the Department of Mathematical Analysis.
In 1971 he was awarded the medal "For Valiant Labor".
In 1984 - a diploma of the Supreme Council of the Kazakh SSR.
In 1987 - the badge "Excellent student of the higher school of the USSR."
- General work
Valentin Ni took an active part in the social life of the faculty. He repeatedly replaced the duties of vice-rectors, was a member and secretary of the party bureau of the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, a member of the trade union committee, and academic councils. Valentin Khaksunovich was elected the executive secretary of the university's admission committee six times, served as chairman of many university commissions for checking various departments. Being himself from a simple family, in his work with students he was very sensitive and sympathetic to those who came to study from the provinces. He helped them, was the first to arrange them in a hostel and monitored their progress. And if he noticed a lot of omissions, he found free time and personally carried out the work. Valentin Khaksunovich maintains good relations with many of his graduates to this day. He is a regular guest of honor at the annual alumni reunion. Now many of his students have become successful scientists, teachers and work with him.