Space technique and technology

 

 

History of development of the Department «Space engineering and technology»

 

To develop the space path of Kazakhstan, taking into account the urgent need for specialists in the rocket and space industry, in 2009 the Department of "Space engineering and technology" was opened at the L.N. Gumilyov ENU, where the beginning of training of bachelors of engineering and technology in the specialties was laid: "Radio engineering, electronics and telecommunications" and "Space engineering and technology".

In 2012, the Department of "Space engineering and technology" was reorganized and the specialty" radio engineering, electronics and telecommunications "was transferred to the newly formed Department"radio engineering, electronics and telecommunications".

Professor Umirzak Tazhigalievich Kasymov was appointed the first head of the Department of Space engineering and technology by the order of the rector.

Professor U.T. Kasymov is a graduate of the design and mechanical faculty of the Bauman Moscow higher technical school (currently Moscow state technical University) specialty "Rocket launch complex" and has production experience in real design and serial production of cruise and tactical missile systems of the Soviet Union. Currently, he continues to work as a Professor of the Department.

The first set of bachelor's students was implemented in 2010 and the bachelor's educational program was developed taking into account the experience of aerospace universities in Russia (RF).

The educational program of the Russian Federation for aerospace specialties is compiled at the Bauman Moscow state technical University, which takes into account almost all aspects of the state and development of the aerospace industry, including: design, production and operation of aircraft of all types.

The Department has a special design and technology Bureau(SKTB) "Aerospace and special engineering", the chief designer of which is Professor U. T. Kasymov.

This SKTB is used for preliminary development of solid-fuel missiles for scientific and technological purposes, ultralight aircraft, aerostatic aircraft and various technical devices using modern CAD technologies. Students and undergraduates of the Department also participate in the implementation of these design developments.

A long-term agreement was signed with the International space school in Baikonur and Roscosmos on the training and familiarization practice at the Baikonur cosmodrome for students and undergraduates of our Department.

The Department also signed a number of memoranda of cooperation with two machine-building enterprises of Kazakhstan (JSC "Mashsvar, Almaty" and "Astana technological Park", Astana), JSC NC "Kazgaryshsapary", the national center for space technology and technology (NCTIT), Almaty," Galam " LLP and other aerospace companies of near and far abroad.

In order to expand the opportunities for training personnel with deep theoretical knowledge and necessary practical skills in accordance with the content of educational programs for the space industry of Kazakhstan, the developed educational programs were amended taking into account the proposals of employers of JSC NC "Kazakhstan Garysh Sapary", LLP" Galam".

From March 2015 to April 2016, the Department was headed by associate Professor Tulegulov Amandos Dabysovich.

Tulegulov A.D. is a graduate of the Tashkent Polytechnic Institute named after A. R. Beruni (now Tashkent technical University) specialty automated control systems (ACS), candidate of physical and technical Sciences.

He published 6 textbooks on special subjects in Russian and Kazakh languages, approved by the Academic Council of the L. N. Gumilyov ENU, wrote umkds in 2 languages on 15 special subjects, published 66 articles in domestic and foreign journals and at international conferences. The total number of publications is more than 200. There are publications in the SCOPUS database, a textbook "Information systems in production" was published under the stamp of the MES of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

He took advanced training courses "Reliability and quality" in Penza, Russia in 2012, and passed professional retraining at the Siberian state aerospace University named after academician M. F. Reshetnev under the program "Theoretical training in the course of General design of flying spacecraft" in Krasnoyarsk, Russia in 2013.

He is the holder of the Bolashak Presidential scholarship, completed the course "flight Theory and spacecraft design" at the technical University of Berlin in 2014, and was awarded the title "Best University teacher of 2014".

The first bachelor's degree was completed in 2015 in the number of 29 people. The first set of undergraduates was carried out in 2015 in the profile direction (1.5 years) in the specialty 6M074600 "Space engineering and technology" under the program SPIID-2. SINCE 2017. the training of masters of scientific and pedagogical direction is carried out.

From December 2013 to December 2017, the Department participated in the Tempus–Sesremo international educational project "Strengthening education in space-based remote sensing for monitoring of eco systems in Izrael, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan".

As a result of this project, changes were made to the educational program of the specialty "Space engineering and technology" and seven textbooks were published with the logo of the project "Tempus–Sesremo", including one textbook in English.

A long-term Memorandum of cooperation was also signed with the Institute of aviation and Astronautics of the technical University of Berlin (BTU), which allowed many students and undergraduates of the Department to pass a two-week internship at this Institute of BTU.

The Department has been working since 2016 on the international projects Erasmus++ "Development of two cycle innovative curriculum in microelectronic engineering" (DOCMEN) and APPLE, funded by the European Commission. The project coordinators are the Cracow technical University (Poland) and the Center "Engineering Consulting and Management for Space Technologies" (Berlin, Germany). The project partners are 16 leading universities from Italy, Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, Armenia, Israel and Kazakhstan, and 2 research organizations. The main area of research is related to the modernization of educational programs (OP) and the development of innovative courses in micro - and nanoelectronic technologies, as well as their implementation in the educational process in bachelor's and master's degrees in accordance with the Bologna process and European best practices. Teachers of the Department in accordance with the program of academic mobility of the project data were trained on the basis of related departments of leading European universities in Berlin, Sofia, Cracow, and Turin on the topics " Nanocoats and nanostructures – theory and practice ""Designing BIO / CMOS interfaces", "Nanoelectronics and Photonics", "Internet of things Applications and data management", got acquainted with the achievements of scientific laboratories, attended practical and laboratory classes in educational laboratories on microelectronics, technologies for using alternative energy sources, as well as in a number of other laboratories for engineering students. Acquired communication, technical skills/It skills that allowed us to successfully apply active learning methods.

From April 2016 to August 2018 was the head of the Department Professor ergalieva Dastan Cerimovic.

Professor yergaliev D. S. is a graduate of the Kuibyshev aviation Institute named after AK. S. p. Korolev in 1992. (now Samara state aerospace University named after S. p. Korolev), specialty - "Technical operation of aircraft and engines", candidate of technical Sciences (code 05.02.18-Theory of mechanisms and machines) - 2004, IMMASH. Dzholdasbekova, Almaty;

candidate of technical Sciences (code 05.07.07-Control and testing of aircraft and their systems) – 2010, Samara state aerospace University named after AK. S. p. Korolev, Samara, Russia, associate Professor (code 05.07.00-Aviation and rocket and space technology).

He published 280 scientific and educational works, including the author's certificate No. 39013 for the invention "Hydraulic grab"; a positive decision to grant a preliminary patent for the invention; 39 educational and methodological developments; 3 certificates for innovation proposals. There are publications in the SCOPUS database.

He passed professional retraining at the Siberian state aerospace University named after academician M. F. Reshetnev under the program "Theoretical training in the course of General design of flying spacecraft" in Krasnoyarsk, Russia in 2013.

He is the holder of the Bolashak Presidential scholarship and completed the course "flight Theory and spacecraft design" at the technical University of Berlin in 2014.

Passed the advanced training course "Reliability and quality of aerospace equipment and air trainers" on may 21-31, 2007. International Symposium, Penza, Russia; "quality Management" from may 26 to June 3, 2008-faculty of additional education of Penza state University, Penza, Russia; "Methods and tools for assessing the technical condition of onboard equipment complexes of civil aviation aircraft" from may 18 to June 2, 2010 - Samara state aerospace University named after AK. S. p. Korolev; 2014. – Technical University of Berlin (Bolashak scholarship), technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany; 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018-technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany; 2018-Sarbonne University, Paris, France.

The Department of Ktit employs highly qualified specialists, including 4 professors, 6 associate professors, 3 senior teachers and 2 teachers, as well as leading specialists who are part – time employers.

From August 2018 to February 2020, the Department was headed by associate Professor, candidate of technical Sciences Zhakupova Almira Yersainovna.

Associate Professor Zhakupova A. E. is a graduate of the chemical faculty of the East Kazakhstan state University, specialty "Chemistry", qualification" chemist", in 2001 she graduated from the master's program of the EKSU named after S. Amanzholov, specialty" Physics", candidate of technical Sciences, specialty 01.04.01 – Devices and methods of experimental physics.

It has published more than 50 scientific and educational works, including 3 educational and methodological developments; 17 of them in scientific publications recommended by the CCSON. There are publications in the SCOPUS database.

Since February 17, 2020, the head of the department was candidate of technical sciences, professor Yergaliyev Dastan Syrymovich, who passed the competition

 

Bachelor course:

 

Academic year

Total number of graduates

1

2015-2016

29

2

2016-2017

38

3

2017-2018

34

4

2018-2019

35

5

2019-2020

39

 

Magistracy:

Academic year

Total number of graduates undergraduates

Profile direction

(1.5 years)

Scientific and pedagogical direction

(2 years)

1

2016-2017

73

-

2

2017-2018

72

2

3

2018-2019

56

-

4

2019-2020

-

32

 

Since the 2018-2019 academic year, the educational process is conducted according to the following educational programs:

• for undergraduate 5B074600 - "Space engineering and technology" in the following areas: "Design and operation of aerospace systems" and "Special engineering" - 2017, "Aerospace systems", "engineering of space technology" and "Space microelectronics" - 2018;

• 6B07146 "Space engineering and technology" in the following areas: "Aerospace systems", "engineering of space technology" - 2019.

• for the master's program 6M074600 - "Space engineering and technology" in the following areas: "Design of small spacecraft", "Remote sensing of the earth" and "Microelectronic engineering of space technology and technology" - 2018.

• 7M07146 "Space engineering and technology" in the following areas: "Design and operation of the MKA", "mechatronics and robotics in the RCT" - 2019.

Since February 2020, the Department is headed by Dastan Syrymovich yergaliev, who passed the competition for the vacant position of head of the Department "Space engineering and technology".

International cooperation of the Department. To harmonize the content of educational programs with similar educational programs of leading foreign and Kazakh educational organizations agreements and memoranda have been signed with the following organizations:

- Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 2015;

- Siberian state aerospace University named after N. F. Reshetnev, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, 2017;

- Samara state aerospace University named after S. p. Korolev, Samara, Russia, 2015;

- Penza state University, Penza, Russia, 2018;

- Bauman Moscow state technical University, Moscow, Russia, 2017;

- Palacki University, Olomouc, Czech Republic, 2019