1975-1980 - student of Samarkand State University;
1980-1981 - Engineer of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
1981-1982 - Junior Research Fellow, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
1982-1985 - Qualified Engineer of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
1985-1989 - Senior Research Fellow, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
1989-1995 - Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
1995-2004 - Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
2004-2007 - Doctoral student of the Department of Analytical Chemistry, National University of Uzbekistan;
2007-2010 - Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Samarkand State University;
2010-2017 - Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry of Samarkand State University;
2017-2018 - Associate Professor of "Organic and Inorganic Chemistry" Samarkand State University;
Since 2018, he has been the head of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Materials Science at Samarkand State University.
DEPARTMENT OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND MATERIAL SCIENCE
In December 2011, the departments of inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry merged. In August 2018, the department was divided into "Inorganic Chemistry and Materials Science" and "Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry". Until March 2018, the department was headed by Associate Professor Tillayev S.U. In March 2018, the head of the department was candidate of chemical sciences, laureate of the State Prize named after Beruni, associate professor Normuradov Z.N. was elected head of the department.
Currently, the department has 18 professors and teachers. There are 2 doctors of sciences (1 full professor and 1 executive ), 6 candidates of sciences - associate professors, 2 candidates of sciences - senior lecturers, 1 assistant - PhD, and 7 assistants. The scientific potential of the department is 56%. The average age of teachers in the department is 43.
The main scientific directions of the department:
"Study of the synthesis and reactivity of inorganic compounds used for the diagnosis of ecosystems"
Synthesis of materials using the sol-gel technology and their spectroscopic analysis.
To study the synthesis of organic acid ligand complexes of d- and p-elements, their structure, reactivity and their role in the diagnosis of ecosystems.
Technology of production of gray phosphorus-containing fertilizers from low-quality phosphorites of Central Kyzylkum.
Development of analytical systems, sensors and instruments based on composite materials and nanotechnologies for environmental monitoring.
Extraction of pyrogen-free substances from local raw materials to increase the fire safety and durability of various materials.
Synthesis, isolation and study of biologically active substances and products of natural and synthetic origin with medicinal and antioxidant properties.
The department has two master's degree program in the following areas:
Inorganic Chemistry - 5A140501.
Chemistry of materials and substances - 5A140502.
The following courses are taught at the department
General and inorganic chemistry
Chemistry of coordination compounds
History of chemical technology and green chemistry
Selected chapters of inorganic chemistry
History of Chemistry
Theoretical bases of synthesis of inorganic substances
Current problems of bioinorganic chemistry
History and methodology of chemistry
Study of inorganic compounds by modern physical methods
Crystal chemistry of inorganic compounds
Theoretical foundations of modern materials science
Chemical and technological bases of obtaining new materials
Methods of instrumental diagnostics of the properties of materials
Chemical methods for studying the properties of materials
Materials for energy sources
Scientific methodology and history of materials
Materials with special properties