24 January 2017
Abdulla Omarov - PhD Student of L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University successfully defended the thesis for the scientific degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) on specialty 6D072900 - «Geotechnical Engineering» in the Dissertation Council at the L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University by supervising a Dr.Eng, Professor Askar Zhussupbekov of the Department of Civil Engineering.
Picture 1. The PhD Thesis presentation of PhD Student Omarov A.R.
Distinguished Scientists and Professors, such as V.N. Popov, T.M. Baitasov, B.A. Bazarov, A.S. Zhakulin and PhD, Associate Professor A.S. Tulebekova were served on the Dissertation Council on the specialty 6D072900 - «Geotechnical Engineering».
Picture 2. During a discussion with board members of the Dissertation council
Foreign scientific consultant of the PhD Student was Prof. Tatsunori Matsumoto- Dr. Eng., Professor of Kanazawa University (Kanazawa, Japan), which provided valuable advice and methodological characteristics to the candidate during the studies.
Picture 3. Discussion with visiting Professor of L.N. Gumilyov ENU Dr.Eng. Yoshinori Iwasaki
In the discussion of PhD thesis of Abdulla Omarov engaged foreign scientists in Geotechnics Dr.Eng., Professor Yoshinori Iwasaki (Osaka, Japan), Emeritus Professor Akitoshi Mochizuki (Tokushima University, Japan), the Member of Syria Geotechnical Society, Advisor to the Rector of ENU. L.N Gumilyov, PhD, Talal Awwad.
Official reviewers: Dr. Eng., Professor E. S. Utenov (Karaganda State Technical University) and Ph.Dr, Professor L. V. Gorshkova (S. Toraighyrov Pavlodar State University) noted the important aspects of this scientific work and its compliance with the requirements of the Education and Science Oversight Committee MES RK.
Picture 4. Group photo with board members of the Dissertation council, foreign Professors and members of Department Civil Engineering
The Faculty members of Civil Engineering Department at L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University congratulate Abdulla Omarov on the successful defense of a PhD thesis and wishing him the success in further scientific and pedagogical activity.