About the journal and its indexing
Journal “Complex use of mineral resources” (KIMS), published since 1978, covers the current problems of the mining and metallurgical complex and the latest scientific achievements of scientists. KIMS is issued 4 times a year; it has been published as an electronic online publication with open access since
The journal is included in the list of publications approved by the Committee for Control in Education and Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan; it was re-registered with the Committee for Information and Archives of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Certificate No. 16180-ж dated October 18, 2016.
The editorial board of the journal includes leading scientists in the field of geology, mining, metallurgy, ore dressing, metallurgy and other areas of knowledge close to the journal’s scope.
Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Benefication is a publisher of the journal; it has become a member of the Publishers International Linking Association of “Crossref” and its journal “Kompleksnoe Ispol’zovanie Mineral’nogo Syr’a” now gets involved with Crossref’s community, connects your content with the global network of online research, and takes up additional infrastructure services. Including your content in Crossref means that not only you are able to create Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) you can also contribute a comprehensive set of metadata so that other services can find you in more ways.
The Journal Kompleksnoe Ispol’zovanie Mineral’nogo Syr’a has been included in the “Chemical Abstracts Service Source Index” (CASSI). databases since September 2018. CASSI is a global organization of expert scientists, technologists, and business leaders with a successful and extended history of delivering scientific information opportunities.
The Journal signed an agreement to place its articles in the scientific digital library eLIBRARY.RU. The journal is indexed in the Kazakhstani citation database and in the Russian scientific citation system (RSCI) as well.
Articles submitted to the editorial office of the journal “Complex Use of Mineral Resources” (КИМС) should correspond to its profile, have a high scientific level, practical value and contain an element of novelty.
By submitting a manuscript for publication in the journal, the author guarantees the correctness of all information about himself, the absence of plagiarism (submits a report on anti-plagiarism, the uniqueness must be at least 80%) and other forms such as tables, diagrams, illustrations, figures and so on.
The article is submitted in electronic form according to the template (sent by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) in WORD format. In addition, a plagiarism report should also be sent. The uniqueness of the anti-plagiarism report must be at least 80%.
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• Journal “Complex Use of Mineral Resources”, issued by JSC “Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Beneficiation”, accepts only original scientific and technical articles or reviews that have not been published anywhere or under review process for publication.
• Articles of a political nature, containing biased and incorrect assessments of other scientific works and other specialists, are not accepted for publication.
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If plagiarism or duplication of publications is found at the stage of reviewing or editing an article, it should be returned to the authors for proper revision or rejection.
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The scientific and technical journal “Complex Use of Mineral Resources” (KIMS), published since 1978, publishes modern problems of the mining and metallurgical complex and the latest scientific achievements of scientists in these areas of research worldwide.
The journal includes such sections:
• Mining engineering,
• Mineral processing,
• Theory of metallurgical processes,
• Physicochemical research,
• Research of metal systems,
• Research of electrochemical processes,
• Materials Science,
• Creation of highly resistant refractories,
• Obtaining inorganic materials from mineral raw materials,
• Use of industrial waste,
• Environmental protection,
• Economics and production management,
• If necessary, it is possible to introduce additional sections.
KIMS magazine publishes carefully selected original articles on the results of scientific research in all of these areas, written by scientists around the world.
Journal KIMS has been publishing online since 2020 and its articles are open access.
The KIMS magazine is published 4 times a year.
The working languages of the journal are Russian, Kazakh and English.
Doc. Sc. Engineering, Professor
Senior Research Associate, Research Advisor of the Laboratory of Flotation Reagents and Ore Benefication,
JSC “Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Benefication”
1975- Kazakh State University n.a. S.M. Kirov, Chemistry (at present the Kazakh National University named after Al-Farabi),
1984 – M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical Technology (Moscow), passed candidate thesis: “Hydrodispersions resistance with synthetic polyelectrolytes and ionic surfactants”, special field 02.00.11 – Chemistry of colloids and membranes.
2010 – JSC «The Center of Sciences about Earth, Metallurgy and Ore Benefication», passed PhD thesis: “The basis of physics and chemistry of new reagents development and its application to intensify flotation processes of sulfide polymetallic ores benefication”, special field 25.00.13 – The minerals benefication.
Theoretical and applied researches in the field of disperse systems resistance, hydrodispersions flocculation theory, sulfide minerals flotation by various flotation reagents; wastewater treatment out of suspended solids, disease producing germs and heavy metals; technology development of new flotation reagents, flocculants, nano-activators, nano-depressors production and their use to intensify flotation benefication of sulfide ores of non-ferrous and precious metals; efficient separation of bulk concentrates into opposite kinds and circulating waters treatment and decontamination from toxic impurities, colloidal suspensions and non-ferrous metals ions. Gold, nonferrous, black, and rare and rare earth metals leaching technology out of ores and man-made raw materials.
Cand. Sc. Chemistry, Associate ProfessorThe Head of Laboratory “The development and implementation of chemical technology processes”, Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Rare Elements and Mineral Raw Materials of the Kola Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Apatity
University degree. Technical Engineer. In 1979 he has graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Technology, special field “chemistry and technology of high-energy compounds”, Cand. Sc. (Chemistry). In 1989 he has passed thesis, the topic “Sorption and hydrolytic palladium, iridium and platinum deposition out of their chlorine composite solutions using ferro-gels”. He has been working at the Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Rare Elements and Mineral Raw Materials (ICTREMS) of the Kola Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 1979, at present as the head of the laboratory “The development and implementation of chemical technology processes”. Since 2003, is engaged as the Associate Member of the International Academy of Ecology, Human and Nature Safety. He has the title of Honored Chemist of the Russian Federation.
Scientific profile: Research and development of hydrometallurgical processes of integrated processing of copper-nickel and nickel-cobalt raw materials, recovering and complex processing of metallurgical wastes with obtaining new reagents and materials. Particular emphasis is paid to the investigation of heavy non-ferrous metals and iron extraction out of combination solutions using various extracting agents and synergetic mixtures.
Publications: More than 200 scientific papers in the field of metallurgy of non-ferrous, rare and precious metals, including 2 monographs, 37 patents of Russian Federation and 2 International applications.
President of NAS RKpresident of the National academy of sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Doctor of Chemistry
After graduating from the Kazakh chemical-technological institute (now -. South-Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auezov) M. Zhurinov worked as a teacher in KazCTI (1964-1966). Then he entered the full-time postgraduate study of the Dmitry Mendeleev Moscow Institute of Chemical Technology (University of Chemical Technology of Russia) (1967-1970) and in January 1970 he defended his Candidate’s dissertation. Then he worked as a senior lecturer, head of department, dean in KazCTI (1970-1982). In 1981 in Moscow he defended his doctoral thesis, in the same year was awarded the degree of Doctor of Sciences and the title of professor. Since 1982 he worked as prorector of Karaganda State University, Director of the Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR (1985-1991), Rector of the Yassaui Turkestan State University (1991-1995), the Minister of Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan (1995-1997), president of the International Kazakh-Turkish University named after H.A. Yassaui (1997-2001).
From 2001 to 2007, from 2013 to the present -. General Director of “D.V. Sokolskiy Institute of Fuel, Catalysis and Electrochemistry”. From October 2003 to present – president of NAS RK. He worked as prorector for science of the Kazakh-British Technical University (2010-2014), and in 2016 he was elected as a Chairman of Board of Directors of the Kazakh National Research Technical University named after K.I. Satpayev (on a voluntary basis).
In Kazakhstan, he created a new research direction to study the electrochemical properties of the different classes of organic compounds and electrosynthesis of biologically active substances based on natural compounds. He researched on electrochemical behavior of different classes of organic compounds and developed new methods of electrochemical synthesis of known drugs, as well as new physiologically active substances. Deep and comprehensive approach to study the electrochemical properties of alkaloids on solid electrodes, also preparative electrosynthesis on their basis of new pharmacologically active substances by appending to molecules of the analyte of various functional groups (hydroxyl, methoxyl, ethoxyl, etc.) in combination with quantum-chemical calculations, mathematical optimization of processes and pharmacological control of received products of electrolysis allowed to solve a number of important theoretical and technological problems. For the first time it was established the mechanisms occurring at the same electrochemical reactions with the use of modern current-voltage, spectral and quantum-chemical research methods. The technology was carried out and the plant for electrosynthesis of target products (opianic acid, pachycarpine, derivatives of aphylline, salsoline, solasodine, etc.) was created.
Zhurinov is one of the recognized by world community leading scientists in the field of electrochemistry, has over 750 scientific papers published in domestic and foreign issues, including 17 monographs, about 120 patents. His individual works have been patented in the United States, Britain, Japan and others. Under his supervision there are 40 candidates and PhD-doctors, six doctors of sciences, three of whom are elected as members of NAS RK.
Academician of NAS RK, Doc. Sc. (Engineering), Professor, Honored Inventor of the RKDirector of the Mining Institute named after D.A. Kunayev
In 1971 he graduated Kazakh Polytechnic Institute, Mining faculty with honors. In 1976 he passed candidate’s thesis concerned to the technology development and providing reasons to sustainable characteristics of selective working off the complex-structure deposits by the open-pit mining method, and a method of comparative economic evaluation of systems development of complex-structure deposits was created. In 1986 he defended his thesis for the PhD (Engineering) candidate, the content was regarded scientific challenge of the creation of progressive technologies for the coal quality generation and their influence on the technical and economic efficiency of the fuel and energy facility.
The new technologies for open and combined development of coal and ore deposits, sustainable methods and scientific and technical solutions for the mining production location have been created, sustainable schemes for opening deep mining pits horizons and circular-straight line and continuous mining technologies have been developed.
He was awarded 13 medals, titles and order, several prizes winner in the field of science and technology. He is an Honored Inventor of the Republic of Kazakhstan and Honorary Research Associate of Mining Institute named after D.A. Kunayev. Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Sciences and the National Academy of Mining Sciences.
Senior LecturerMechanical EngineeringUniversitas Negeri YogyakartaJl. Colombo No. 1 Karangmalang, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Didik Nurhadiyanto obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Yamaguchi, Japan in year 2014. This followed a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering in Diponegoro University, Indonesia and a Master of Mechanical Engineering in Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, Indonesia that were earned in 1996 and 2001. Start in 1997 until now he joint in Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta as a lecturer. His specialization lies in the area of design and manufacacturing. He is engaged in engineering and technology research and development of corrugated metal gasket, turning tool, bulletproof panels from ramie fiber hybrid, centrifugal casting and supercapacitor as an energy storage.
He is an author/co-author of more than 40 publications and books, plus more than 10 copyright certrificates and patents. National awards Satya Lencana 10 and 20 years from President Republic Indonesia and awards for best presenter in IPN International Seminar 2017.
Doc. Sc. Chemistry, Professor, the Member of Academy of NAS RK
The Head of electrochemical technologies laboratory,
“Institute of Fuel, Catalysis and Electrochemistry n.a. D. V. Sokolsky”
Special field: Manufacturing engineer of electrochemical production
The Kazakh Institute of Chemistry and Technology (Shymkent)
Doctor’s thesis Scientific bases development of new electrochemical methods of copper-, chalcogen- containing materials processing
Scientific interests: Chemistry, electrochemistry, alternative energy, chemical current sources, hydroelectrometallurgy, ecology
The main research areas Electrochemical production technology. Hydroelectrometallurgy. Solid, gas and liquid waste processing, renewable energy sources.
Awards: National Award Laureate of RK, Laureate of E. Buketov, “Құрмет” Order, Medal n.a. S. Altynsarin, Medal of Merits to the science development in the Republic of Kazakhstan, Gold Medal n.a. V.I. Blinnikov “Inventive and patent business contribution”, Medal “Name in Science” and to the world science contribution his name is included in the World Outstanding Scientists Register, Honored Inventor of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Inventor of the USSR
Number of publications is more than 1300 including 32 monographs, 205 patents
Professor, Doc.Sc. Engineering, the Member of Academy of RAS, the Agency Member of the Department of Earth Sciences RAS
The Senior Researcher, Institute of Complex Exploitation of Mineral Resources, Russian Academy of Sciences (ICEMR RAS), Chairman of the Scientific Council RAS on Minerals Processing, Chairman of the Council to award Doctor of Science degree “Minerals Processing”, Deputy Chairman Board of the International Minerals Processing Congress) Professor of the National Science and Technology University MISIS.
Vice Admiral Chanturiya is the Head of Russian leading scientific school “Physical and chemical methods of components separation in the minerals processing”, granted by the President of the Russian Federation.
Vice Admiral Chanturiya is an outstanding scientist in the field of mineral processing, the author of more than 480 scientific papers, including 15 monographs, 40 invention patents. The main area of his scientific activity is connected with the disintegration and the theory of mineral components separation and creation of highly effective environmentally safe technologies for the refractory ores complex processing.
Cand. Sc. (Engineering), Senior Research ScientistOdessa National University named after I.I. Mechnikov, UkraineThe Head of Laboratory of Biotechnological Research and Training Center
In 1985 graduated from the Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology named after M.V. Lomonosov (MIFCT), special field is “Chemical technology of rare and scattered elements”.
She worked at the Institute of Metallurgy and Enrichment of the Kazakh SSR Academy of Sciences (Alma-Ata), in the laboratory of hydrochemistry of rare and trace elements until 1994. In 1990 passed candidate’s thesis “Development of acid-extraction technology of gallium extraction from fly ash after power generating coal combustion”.
She is engaged in technologies research and development of rare elements extraction (gallium, germanium, etc.) and nonferrous metals from middles and wastes of nonferrous metallurgy, energy, chemical and coal industries by means of liquid extraction, ion exchange, leaching, and biotechnological methods.
She is an author / co-author of more than 150 publications and monographs, plus more than 20 copyright certificates and patents.
Ph.D.,Professor of Suleyman Demirel University, Engineering Faculty, Isparta, Turkey
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: Undergraduate 1990 Mining Engineering/Mineral Processing in DokuzEylul University (Izmir, Turkey) Master 1994 Mining Engineering/Mineral Processing in DokuzEylul University (Izmir, Turkey) Ph.D 1999 Mineral Processing in DokuzEylul University (Izmir, Turkey).
Director, Metal Processing Institute
Dr. Brajendra Mishra is the Kenneth G. Merriam Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Metal Processing Institute at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute [WPI]. Dr. Mishra is the Director of the National Science Foundation’s Industry/University Collaborative Research Center on Resource Recovery & Recycling. Brajendra received his Bachelor of Technology degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur, India and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Prior to joining WPI, Prof. Mishra was a Professor of Corrosion and Physico-chemical Processing in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines [CSM] where he now serves as a University Emeritus Professor. Dr. Mishra has over thirty years of research experience in materials recovery and recycling, molten salt pyrometallurgy and electrochemistry and has many contributions to the application of these technologies to materials development and processing.
Dr. Mishra has authored over 500 technical publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He holds thirteen patents and has authored/edited 20 books. Dr. Mishra is a member of TMS, ASM International, and NACE. He is a Fellow of ASM (2001) and TMS (2016). Mishra received the Distinguished Service Award from the Minerals Metals & Materials Society (2010) and the highest award of Honorary Membership form the Indian Institute of Metals (2008). Brajendra served as the 2006 President of The Mineral, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) of AIME and the 2011 President of Amer. Institute of Mining, Metallurgical & Petroleum Engineers. Dr. Mishra received the Presidential Citation of AIME in 2015 and the Kenneth Andrew Roe Award from AAES (2016).
Doc. Sc. Engineering, Professor, Member of Academy of NAS of RKChief Research Associate of the Igneous Metallurgy Laboratory of Heavy Non-Ferrous MetalsJSC Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Benefication
University degree. In 1958 he has graduated from the Moscow Institute of Non-ferrous Metals and Gold named after M.I. Kalinin, special field “Metallurgy of non-ferrous metals”. In 1978 he has passed doctoral thesis “Autogenic smelting procedures of sulfide copper and copper-zinc concentrates”. In 1983 he was awarded the academic title of the Member of Academy of NAS RK.
Scientific profile: fundamental and applied researches in the field of pyrometallurgy of heavy non-ferrous and precious metals, flow sheets work out and their recovery from man-made metallurgical and chemical industries residues, increasing the complex use of mineral raw materials.
Publications: more than 500 published papers, including 7 monographs, 80 copyright certificates of the USSR and RK patents, 10 international patents (USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, France, Finland and etc.)
Professor, Doctor of technical science, Egypt
Prof. Dr. El-Sayed Negim graduated with a B.Sc. degree in Chemistry in 1992. Since then he has been working in the field of polymer chemistry, and particularly on research and development of various polymer for different applications including paint, coating, fertilizer, anti-bacterial, anti-fungi, adhesive, cement and concrete. He is employed as a researcher in National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt from 1992 to present.
Prof. Negim has a PhD in polymer chemistry. His PhD (awarded in December 2006) al-Farabi- Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Negim has many years R&D experience in various chemical admixtures for cement, concrete, and coating.Prof. Negim awarded as a post-doctoral scholar for 3 years (2007-2010) at Korea Polytechnic University (scholarship by Korea Science and Engineering Foundation). One of his research projects in Korea, in collaboration with Jindo Chemical co. Ltd, South Korea is ‘Preparation water-soluble polyurethane having comb-shaped and it is application in concrete’, which has produced promising results.
He worked as visitingresearcher in School of Chemical Science, University SainsMalaysia, Malaysia 2010-2012). He has worked in four countries (i.e. National Research Centre – Egypt, al-Farabi Kazakh National University – Kazakhstan, Korea Polytechnic University – South Korea, and School of Chemical Science University Sains Malaysia- Malaysia). Particularly, he has played an important role, including transfer of knowledge in current R&D projects in Korea, with industrial collaborations. He worked as Associate Professors for three years in Faculty of Science and Engineering, Wolverhampton University, UK. He got project entitle “Production of Sustainable Self Compacting Concrete” fully funded by Marie Curie Fellowship from European Union, where some interesting and valuable results are emerging. Heis a supervisor of 10 PhD students in different universities in Kazakhstan. Also, He was visiting Professor in different universities Kazakhstan includingal-Farabi Kazakh National University, Taraz State University and Kazakh National Technical University for delivery lectures and consultant MSc and PhD students.
Currently Prof. Negim is working as full professor in the Kazakh-British Technical University, School of Chemical Engineering from 2015 to present. He got project fully founded by Foundation Science of Kazakhstan (2018-2020). In other words, He has experience in both industry, academia and research institutions. Over the years, he has published over 150 scientific papersand 10 patents some of his recent work has led to a number of Korean and Kazakh patent applications.
B.Sc. (met.), M.Eng. (met.), P.G.D. (mgt.), CIM Fellow, Canada
Engin Özberk, since the beginning of 2016 is a Special Advisor to the Vice-President Research of University of Saskatchewan, Industry Executive in Residence-Minerals at the University of Saskatchewan and Special Advisor to the CEO of Mitacs.
Before that he was the Executive Director and Senior Technical Advisor of International Minerals Innovation Institute (2013-2015), Vice President, Innovation and Technology Development of Cameco Corporation, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1997-2013), Consulting Metallurgist for Sherritt International Corporation, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta (1988 – 1997); Senior Project Manager and Senior Process Engineer for The SNC Group, Montreal, Quebec (1979 – 1988); Research Engineer for Noranda Technology Centre, Pointe – Claire, Quebec (1974 – 1976) and Project Engineer for Etibank, Ankara, Turkey (1973).
Engin has more than 45 years of management of research and development and project management experience in light metals, base metals and nuclear industries. He has lead or participated in numerous major metallurgical and chemical engineering projects in every continent. He has obtained his B.Sc., Metallurgical Engineering (1972), Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, and Master of Eng., Metallurgical Engineering (1979) and Graduate Diploma in Management (1978), both from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.
Doc. Sc. (Physics and Mathematics), Professor, Doc. Sc. (Engineering) , Professor,Senior Research Associate of the Laboratory of Vacuum ProcessesJSC Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Benefication
University degree. In 1969 he has graduated from Kazakh Polytechnic Institute n.a. K.I. Satpayev, Metallurgy, special field “Metallurgy of Non-Ferrous Precious and Rare Metals”, qualified as “Engineer of Metallurgy” and sent to the Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Benefication of the Academy of Sciences SSR. In 1979 he has passed thesis 05.16.03 special field “Metallurgy of non-ferrous and rare metals”, the topic: “Vacuum-thermal method of mercury and antimony concentrates processing in the fluidized bed.” In 1990 the Committee of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR awarded the academic title “Senior Research Associate”, in the metallurgy of non-ferrous and rare metals.
In 2005 he has passed thesis Doc. Sc. Physics and Mathematics, special field 01.04.07 – “Condensed matter physics”, the topic: “Ionic and plasma elaboration of high-current membrane superconducting material based on lead”.
In 2007 he has passed thesis Doc. Sc. Engineering, special field 05.16.02 – “Metallurgy of black, non-ferrous and rare metals”, the topic: “Physics and chemistry basis of vacuum distillation processes and cadmium refining technology resulting in high purity metal”.
In 2012, the Supervising Committee in Education and Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of RK awarded the academic title of professor, the special field “Metallurgy”, in 2014 – the academic title of professor, special field “Physics”.
Scientific profile: The scientific interests are physical chemistry of melted medium and volatile mixtures, polymetallic systems separation procedure by physical methods, extraction and production of high purity metals; ionic and plasma materials elaboration procedures and nanotechnology of new materials manufacture using the thermo-fluctuation effect of ultrafine particles melting; the development of the designed technologies packaging.
Publications: More than 330 published papers, including 8 monographs and more than 120 patents of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation
Director Of the Institute of chemical Sciences. After A. B. Bekturovdoctor of chemical Sciences, Professor
General Director of the Regional State Enterprise “National Center on Complex Processing of Mineral Row Materials of the Republic of Kazakhstan” (since 1999).
Specialty: Chemistry (SM Kirov Kazakh State University)
Scientific degree: Doctor of Technical Sciences (1991, Development of physicochemical bases and methods for extracting and separating transition metal salts from technological solutions)
Academic title: Professor (1994), Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan (1995); Academician: Academy of Mineral Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan (1997), International Academy of Mineral Resources (2000), National Engineering Academy of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2001), the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2003), the International Academy of Informatization (2005), the Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Sciences (2008).
The main directions of scientific research and the most significant achievements: replenishment, assessment, development of mineral resources; development of new deposits with complex ores; chemistry and technology of processing various types of ores and technogenic raw materials; obtaining ferroalloys, reducing agents, refractories. According to innovative developments, pilot productions have been created for the production of new products for Kazakhstan and the world market (the stable isotope of osmium, iodine and their compounds, new types of complex alloys, carbonaceous reducing agents). The organization of industrial productions for the production of complex alloys (“Kazakhstani” alloy) on different continents is being carried out. Lead plants for processing, including substandard lead-containing raw materials, were put into commercial operation in Bolivia, Italy, Canada, and China.
Doc. Sc. Engineering, Member of Academy of KazNANS, 2014.
The Head of the Laboratory of Heavy Non-Ferrous Metals Igneous Metallurgy JSC “IMIO”
Special field: non-ferrous metals metallurgy, Kazakh Polytechnic Institute n.a. V.I. Lenin, 1978.
The main research areas, the largest achievements of scientific and management, state and social activities: exploration and retreatment process improving of copper and polymetallic sulfide concentrates (KIVCET, Vanyukov smelting, reverberatory smelting, electric smelting), as well as copper matte converting, blister copper fire refining, electrolytic copper refining, carbon thermal slag depletion of copper smelting in electric furnaces, slag recovery on coke filter. The new, constant copper production processes development based on autogenous smelting processes at the Kazakhstani plants.
He has more than 175 scientific papers, 18 inventions among them.
State awards and honorary titles: a bronze medal of the Exhibition of Economic Achievements of the USSR (1984); the badge of ” Еңбеқ даңқы ” (3rd degree) of the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2013).
The Head of the Entropy and Information Analysis Laboratory of Complex Physical and Chemical Systems,
«Institute of Chemistry and Metallurgy n.a. Zh. Abishev»
Malyshev Vitaliy Pavlovich is engaged in the Institute of Chemistry and Metallurgy after graduating from the Ural Polytechnic Institute (Sverdlovsk, now USTU-UPI, Yekaterinburg) since 1959.
The main scientific and research direction is the physical and chemical study of complex chemical and technical systems where he managed to set and solve a number of issues of conceptual significance and to obtain essentially important results.
More than 900 papers overall were published by Malyshev regarding main area, including 36 monographs, 98 copyright certificates of the USSR and patents of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 32 patents of the USA, Sweden, Canada, Australia, Germany, Finland, Japan, Italy, France, China, Great Britain, and also about 400 periodical articles in Kazakhstan, International and Russian publications.
V.P. Malyshev is greatly involved into the training of scientific personnel. 14 doctor’s and 31 candidate’s thesis works were passed under his supervision and consulting.
At present, Professor V.P. Malyshev provides fundamental researches as a scientific project co-leader within the state programs of RK in the field of chemistry.
Doc. Sc. (Engineering), ProfessorRSE on the Right of Economic Use “Rudnensky Industrial Institute”Head of the Construction and Construction Materials Science Department
In 1982 she graduated from the Kazakh Chemical Technology Institute, Chemical Engineering of Binding Materials (Diploma with Honors).
In 1989 was thesis defense for the Can. Sc. (Engineering), special field 05.17.11 – Technology of silicate and refractory non-metallic materials (Kharkov Polytechnic Institute).
In 1996 is entitlement of Associate professor.
In 2003 – thesis defense of the “Synthesis of low-energy-intensive binding based on magnetite skarn ores enrichment wastes” for PhD (Engineering) candidate, special field 05.17.11- Technology of silicate and refractory non-metallic materials (South Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auyezov).
Since 2004 is the Dc. Sc. (Engineering).
2005 is entitlement of Professor.
2012 – Associate member of the National Engineering Academy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Cand. Sc. (Engineering)Senior Research Scientist of JSC “Institute of Metallurgy and Enrichment”
Education: 1995-2000, Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satpayev, Mechanical Engineering, special field: “Material science and technology of new materials”, occupation – Mechanical engineer. 2000-2003 is full-time doctoral program at the RSE Institute of Metallurgy and Enrichment.
Professional sphere: Materials science.
Doc. Sc. Engineering, Ferrous, Non-ferrous and Rare Metals Metallurgy, Professor
Professor of “KTNS” Chair, Professor of “Metallurgy” Chair. SKSU
Research interests: Physical and chemical processes and technologies of integrated processing of off-grade natural and man-made non-ferrous, ferrous metallurgy and chemical industry raw materials using chloride and recovery sublimation methods, as well as pyro- and electrometallurgy methods.
Supervised 5 Doc. Sc. Engineering, 17 Cand. Sc., PhD, 7 Master’s degrees in the field of metallurgy and chemical technology.
Contributions: 878 scientific papers (including 10 of the Scopus and Thomson Reuters databases), 82 inventions among them, 20 monographs in the field of metallurgy, chemical technology and environment. He has published 23 teaching mediums in the field of ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy.
Cand. Sc. (Engineering), Associated ProfessorDeputy CEO of the Institute of Metallurgy and Ore Benefication
Education. In 1996 he graduated from the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satpayeva, Metallurgy, special field – Physical and chemical research of the metallurgical processes, qualified as the Engineer of Metallurgy. Started career in the laboratory of vacuum processes and reached Deputy CEO of JSC “The Institute of Metallurgy and Enrichment”. In 2001 defended Candidate’s thesis 05.16.02 “Black and non-ferrous and rare metals metallurgy”, subject matter “Vacuum-thermal mercury extraction out of man-made raw materials”. In 2016 was given academic title of Associated Professor, special field 05.16.00 – Metallurgy by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles.
Scientific practice: The sphere of scientific interests is the study of the thermodynamic process regularity of evaporation, thermal decomposition, metal vapors condensation, sulfides, metal arsenides under reduced pressure (in vacuum); the development of vacuum-thermal technologies and equipment for processing of complex polymetallic natural and man-made raw materials of non-ferrous metallurgy; the creation of vacuum distillation methods and equipment for obtaining metals of high purity.
Editions: 137 scientific papers in the field of non-ferrous and rare metals metallurgy, including 29 titles of protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Vice-rector for scientific work of the national research Tomsk Polytechnic Universitydoctor of technical Sciences, Professor
Doc. Sc. Chemistry, Senior Research Associate in the Sorption Processes Laboratory, FPFIS of the Chemistry Institute of the Far Eastern Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS).
She has graduated from the Moscow Institute of Chemical Engineering n.a. D.I. Mendeleyev in 1969-1975
Special field: chemical technology of rare and scattered elements.
She passed the candidate thesis “Uranyl and Uranium (IV) compounds with polyhedral klozo-borate anions BnXn2- (n = 10, 12, X = H, Cl)”, special field 02.00.01 – non-organic chemistry. Cand. Sc. Chemistry IGNC n.a. N.S. Kurnakov, Moscow, 1982
Doctor’s thesis “Modified carbon fibers: sorption and electrochemical properties”, special field 02.00.04 – physical chemistry. Doc. Sc. Chemistry, Chemistry Institute, Far East Division, RAS, Vladivostok, 2011.
Doc. Sc. (Engineering)ProfessorDirector of “Chemical and Metallurgical Institute n.a. Zh. Abishev”The Head of the Metallurgical Melts Laboratory.
Education – The Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, Moscow, 1974.
Research interests is the physical and chemical research of phase equilibrium in the complex mixed phases metallurgical systems that have allowed to obtain not only essential results in theory but also to work out new made alloys and their smelting technologies: aluminum ferrosilicon with alloying components of various purposes, aluminum silicon manganese for deoxidation, steel alloying to obtain refined grade of ferromanganese, aluminum silicon chrome from high-ash coals, quartz rock and wastes of metal of chromium manufacturing to get refined ferrochrome, as well as ferrotitanium of various grades. The manufacturing technology of a complex alloy of ferrous silicon aluminum in a very short supply from Ekibastuz coals has been practiced under his supervision for the first time in the ferroalloy industry in 1999-2000.; later on “Kazakhstan Alloy” has been worked out and produced, covering the entire FSA spectrum obtained from any natural raw material and by all means. The technology of manganese and chromium ferroalloys smelting using high-ash off-grade Karaganda and Ekibastuz coals, as well as long-flame Shubarkol coal was launched and introduced under the management of S.O. Baisanov at the Kazakhstan ferroalloy plants.
The scientific papers: the author of more than 400 papers, including 5 monographs, 38 copyright certificates and invention patents.
Scientific personnel training: 10 theses for Can. Sc. (Engineering), 6 theses for Master Degree.
Senior LecturerSchool of Housing, Building and PlanningUniversiti Sains Malaysia11800, Penang, Malaysia
Deputy head of the Department of Economics of the National research nuclear University “Moscow engineering physics Institute” (MEPhI»)candidate of economic Sciences, associate Professor
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Head of the laboratory of plasma processes in metallurgy and materials processing of the Institute of metallurgy and materials science. A. A. Baykov of RASacademician of RAS
Doctor of technical Sciences, ProfessorChemical and metallurgical Institute. Zh. Abishevahead of the laboratory of physical chemistry and technology of related elements
Engineer-metallurgist. He graduated from KazGMI, now Kazakh national technical University. K. I. Satpayev. He works at the Chemical and metallurgical Institute. Zh. Abisheva from the date of Foundation (1959) – Junior researcher, post-graduate student, scientific Secretary, Deputy Director for research; since 1996 head of the laboratory of physical chemistry and technology of related elements.
Author of more than 400 scientific works, including 4 monographs, 70 inventions and patents.
The publications reflect the issues of complex use of mineral raw materials with the extraction of related elements-rare and precious metals. The author of the technology of oxidation-sulfidizing firing of sulfoarsenide gold-containing, polymetallic and copper concentrates, industrial products of lead and copper production with the withdrawal of arsenic in a non-toxic form used at the enterprises of Yakutzoloto, Kazzoloto, people’s Republic of China. Data on fusibility diagrams and thermodynamic characteristics of alkali metal Arsenates are included in the reference literature. The research results are used in reading for students of the courses “metallurgy of heavy non-ferrous metals”, “Theory of metallurgical processes”.
Main scientific works:
Prepared: 3 doctors of science, 12 candidates of science in metallurgy.
Awarded medals: “for valiant work in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Lenin”, “Veteran of labor”, listed in the Gold book of Honor of the Kazakh SSR. Laureate of the state prize in the field of science and technology. al-Farabi 2015
Ph.D., Professor, Rector emeritus of the Private University College of Education, Linz, Austria
Social skills and competences:Former Chairperson of the Association of Principals of the Teacher Training Colleges of Austria (in this capacity also a member of the Austrian Bologna-Follow-up-Group and of the European Universities Association) and former Speaker of the Private University Colleges of Education of Austria.In this context intensive work in the development process of transforming Austrian teacher training colleges to academic institutions since the beginning of the “universities debate” in 1990 (member of the initial working group of the Ministry of Education) and fulfilment of official duties towards Federal State Education Authority and Ministry of Education.
International Experience:Development and management of Socrates projects since 1993:
Currently contracts and activities with 65 partner universities, extensive student and teacher mobility and exchange (the university college was the sole Austrian teacher training college to receive the European Seal of Quality for 2005).Participation in and coordination of projects; initiation of new contacts.Developmental work (throughout Austria) on behalf of the Office of European Educational Co-operation, Vienna.
Guest lectures(“The Learning Brain“, “What do we have in our head? Principles of brain-based teaching and learning”, and others) at the universities of Tallinn, Coimbra, Faro, Riga, Minsk, Cadiz, Cebu/Philipinnes, Nitra /Slovakia, Almaty/Kasachstan, Hongkong, Chuncheon/Südkorea, Bangkok, Enugu/Nigeria.
Honorary Member of the Senate of Academy of Teacher Training and Management, Riga, Latvia.Advisor for Doctoral Studies and PhD-Studies at the University of Nitra (Slovakia) and Pedagogical University Almaty (Kasachstan).
Teaching experience for many years: Lower secondary schools (Maths, Physics/Chemistry, PE and other non-QTS subjects). AtTeacher training institutions (Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Learning, Neurophysiology, teaching practice supervisor).Initiator in developing a new Master course (Neuroscience and Education) and lecturer in this Course at the Private University College of Education Linz.Since 1990 until now: Lecturer in a Master course for the teaching staff of health professionals.
Member of Editorial Boards in Riga, Latvia, Almaty, KasachstanandBratislava, Slovakia.
Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor
General Director of RSE “Combustion Care Institute”
1968 Kazakh State University n.a. S.M. Kirov, Chemistry.
1973 Cand. thesis at the Kazakh State University n.a. S.M. Kirov.
1981 10-month traineeship at the University of London.
1990 Doctor’s thesis at the Institute of Structural Macrokinetics of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, Moscow Region.
Research area is the study of kinetics and combustion mechanism of hydrocarbons and cold and soot flames structure: catalytic carbon formation and its applied aspects. Diploma of «A low-temperature cold-flame soot formation phenomenon” discovery to the authors team headed by Professor Z.A. Mansurov in June 2002 issued by the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, the International Academy of Scientific Discoveries Authors Association.
Combustion scope of work has comprised various gas and liquid fuels.
About 1000 scientific articles and report abstracts, 39 teaching mediums and monographs were published, more than 30 copyright certificates and patents of the USSR and the Republic of Kazakhstan were received.
8 doctor’s, 39 candidate’s and 10 PhD thesis papers were supervised by Z.A. Mansurov. Scientific and Engineering Research Area.
Doc. Sc. Engineering, Professor, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, National Award Laureate of the Russian Federation, and Associate Member of the RAS.
Deputy Director for Science of the Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Rare Elements and Mineral Raw Materials n.a. I.V. Tananayev, Kola Scientific Center of the RAS (Apatity, Murmansk Region), the Head of the Department of Nano Phase Material Science Center, Kola Science Center, RAS.
In 1969 Nikolayev A.I. has graduated from the North-Western Polytechnic Institute, Special field – Technology of Nonorganic Substances, in 1975 has passed Cand. thesis and in 1992 – a doctor’s thesis of specific topic. Special field of both thesis works is 05.17.02. – a technology of rare, scattered and radioactive elements. A.I. Nikolayev became a research expert in the field of chemistry and technology of mineral raw materials, a wide range production of rare elements, titanium and by-products compounds being engaged at the Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Rare Elements and Mineral Raw Materials n.a. I.V. Tananayev. He manages the contemporary research methods, at the fundamental basis and implementing scientific results is able to manage researches to handle challenges of national economic significance in cooperation with the plants and design institutes experts.
Nikolayev A.I. is an expert in the field of physical chemistry and technology of nonorganic materials, the author of more than 650 scientific papers, including 9 monographs and 2 teaching mediums, 65 patents.