Academician Saidakhmat Norjigitovich Lakayev is an enthusiastic, initiative, novelist, skillful trainer, a prominent scientist, a prominent educator who has been recognized by the international scientific community in the field of quantum mechanics and spectral theory of linear operators, initiative leader of his academic school at Samarkand State University. He  was born in 1952 in Payarik district of Samarkand region.

From 1959 to 1968 he studied at the 44th secondary school in Payariq district, from 1968 to 1973 at the Samarkand State University (SamSU), the Moscow State University in 1975-1978, and from 1989-1991 at the doctorate. Since 1978 he has been working at the Samarkand State University as an assistant, associate professor, professor and academician. He graduated from the Moscow State University in 1981 and successfully defended his doctoral dissertations at the St. Petersburg State University in 1992. He has published more than 140 scientific articles (including more than 45 articles in English in authoritative foreign publications).

Scientist is a scientific director of fundamental research projects since 1993. German DAAD Foundation in 1996 and 2000, and head of the DFG Foundation DFG 436 UZB 113/3, DFG 436 UZB 113/4, DFG 436 UZB 113/6, DFG 436 UZB113 / 7 project in 2001-2011. Fulbright Foundation Grants Winners 2013-2014.

After gaining independence, S.N. Lakayev gained a lot of international scientific cooperation and advancement of science achievements in the world. From 1996 to 2012, the University of Rhin, Bonn, Mainz, Munich, Braunschweig, Italy's ICTP, SISSA Research Centers and Rome Univ., And in 2013-2014 in Princeton (New Jersey), Davis and Irvine (California) and Colombia (Missouri) discussed the results of their workshops. In 2012, she lectured lecturers and scholars for Malaysian Mara and Malaysian technology universities and Putra and Kebangsaan universities for 2 months at the Mara Technology University in Malaysia. He has lectured at international congresses, scientific seminars and conferences in France (1995, 2000), Italy (1998, 2001, 2003), Turkey (1999), England (2000), Germany (1996, 1998, 2000-2010). Scholar  was in 1985-86 in Czechoslovakia for 10 months, in 1996 for 3 months in Germany, 3 months in Italy, 2 months in Germany, in 2010, for 2-3 months in Germany. He conducted research in collaboration with prominent scientists.

As a result of the work of the academician S.N. Lakayev, the Department of Mathematical Physics and Functional Analysis was established by the following departments: Boxum, Bonn, Mainz, Kiel Braunschweig Universities (Germany), Zusseks University (England), SISSA, ICTP Research Centers and Rome University (Italy) Scientific cooperation has been established between the University of Missouri (USA), Stockholm University (Sweden), Moscow State University (Russia) and a number of major research centers, and about 10 students are working on international scientific projects.

Special attention is paid to young scientists and specialists in the multidimensional activity of academician S.N. Lakayev. The scientist has developed a school of mathematical analysis and its application to modern mathematical physics: 2 doctors of sciences (J.Abdullaev (2001), A.Holkhodjaev (2016), 13 candidates of science and 4 PhDs have defended their dissertations.

He is currently the Head of the Department of Mathematical Physics and Functional Analysis at SamSU, along with his academic chairman of PhD 27.06.2017 FM 0201 at the Samarkand State University and is a Scientific Council member of the Scientific Seminar on Physics and Mathematics. In 2018, due to the scientific achievements and results the scientist was recognized as the real member of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Malinovskiy Evgeniy Andreevich, born in 1938, a Ukrainian, in 1960 he graduated from the philological faculty of the Samarkand State University.

Work experience at the University-58 years.

From 1945 to 1955, he studied at school number 37 in Samarkand. From 1955 to 1960-student of the faculty of Philology of Samarkand State University.

After graduating from the University in 1960, he was sent to the school  number 35 of Samarkand region, where he worked as a teacher of Russian language and literature for one academic year. From September 1961 to August 1964 he worked at the Department of Russian language in the national groups of Samarkand state University, and from September 1964 to September 1987 – at the Department of Russian and General linguistics of the named University as a teacher (1964-1967), senior lecturer (19671972) and associate Professor (since 1973). From 1987 to 1995 he was the head of the Russian language Department. Since 1997 he was transferred to the position of Professor of the Department of Russian and General linguistics.

In 1971 E. A. Malinovskiy defended his thesis on the theme: "Stable verbal complexes in the works of Sergei Yesenin. To the evolution of the poet's language and syllable".

Working at the departments of Russian and General linguistics and Russian language of the University, gave the students of the faculty of Russian Philology the main linguistic disciplines: "Modern Russian language" (phonetics, lexicology, phraseology), "Introduction to linguistics", "History of the Russian literary language", "History of the formation of phraseology as a linguistic discipline", "Russian language at the modern stage".

For ten years, he lectured on the modern Russian language to the students of the faculty of advanced training-teachers of the Russian language of technical schools of Central Asia and Kazakhstan.

His production and teaching activities E. A. Malinovskiy combined with research work. He has published more than 180 articles (including in magazines of the CIS and abroad – in Germany, Poland, Estonia) on various branches of linguistics: lexicology, phraseology, lexicography, word formation, terminology, language of works of art, history of the Russian language, methods of teaching the Russian language. In addition, he published five textbooks, two monographs, methodological developments.

E. A. Malinovskiy made reports and reports at many Union, Republican and University conferences (in Moscow, Tashkent, Novgorod, Kazan, Baku, Cherepovets, etc.).

Three times, in 1973, in 1978 and 1988, he passed advanced training at the Department of Russian language of Moscow state University M. V. Lomonosov.

From September 1982 to August 1984 was as a senior research fellow of the University, working on his doctoral dissertation in NIPAH (Moscow) under the leadership of academician Shan N. M.

In June 1995, at the Specialized Council at the Kazakh State National University. Al-Farabi he defended his doctoral thesis on "The Formation of Russian phraseological theory and phraseography."

In January 1997, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan underwent nostrification in VAK.

E. A. Malinovskiy has a wide experience of administrative work since about fifteen years worked as the Deputy Dean on educational work of faculty of Russian Philology (from 1968 to 1982; 1985), was the Dean of advanced training courses of teachers of Russian of technical schools of Central Asia and Kazakhstan at SamSU (within three years); two terms (from September, 1987) headed Department of Russian, and from July, 1993 to July, 1996 headed Dean's office of Russian Philology.

Over the last ten years he has lectured to teachers of schools of the city and region on topical issues of modern Russian language in the Institute of advanced training of teachers, and teachers of the Russian language lyceums and colleges on faculty at the University, he lectures at the faculty of Russian Philology of the University for undergraduate and graduate students.

Professor I.I. Zhumanov has been worked in his position since September 1996. He is doctor of Technical Science, professor. He is the author of more than 550 scientific and methodical works, including 3 monographs, 28 educational and methodological developments, 25 scientific and methodical works, 15 certificates of registration of computer programs.

He created a new scientific direction for the development of scientific and methodological foundations of computer science solutions to modern problems, which the results are published in more than 100 journal articles. From these works are 20 foreign publications, received 30 certificates of registration of computer programs, all published 250 scientific articles, 2 monographs.

Professor I.I.Zhumanov in 1984 defended his doctoral thesis on "Information Theory and Engineering Cybernetics". Since 1987 in the Samarkand State University has created a scientific school on the theory of transmission and processing of information. By today, under his supervision prepared 1 doctor of sciences, 20 candidates of sciences on a specialty 05.01.02 - "System analysis, management and information processing."

Under his supervision have won the Presidential scholarship 2 postgraduate students (Akhatov AR, Associate Professor of SamSU, 2003;. Tursinhanov NM, senior teacher of SamSU, 2004..) and 1 master student of the Department "Information Technologies" (Arabbaev S., 2007).

Prof. I.I.Zhumanov is the head of the regional scientific seminar school  in "Information Technology" and he organized several scientific conferences of national and regional level in Samarkand State University.

The department under the guidance of prof. I.I.Zhumanova is a leading and widely respected in the Republic of Uzbekistan by the theory, methods and systems of intelligent processing of information. He is a leader of organization in the defense of dissertations on specialties 05.01.02 - 05.01.10 in the field of information technology.

Prof. I.I.Zhumanov is a supervisor and consultant of scientific and dissertation works, the head of scientific seminars, managing editor of the prepared manuals and educational works. Teaching staff of the department has a good rating, basic education, qualification and specialization of academic degrees correspond to the direction of applied mathematics, computer science, information technology.

Employees of the Department have authority in related departments of universities of Samarkand and the Samarkand region. Teachers of the department are the authors of more than 20 reputable textbooks, 30 electronic books and 7 monographs on computer science and information technology. Participate in preparation of masters on specialty "Information technologies in education" and are active mentors of SamSU schools.

During last 6 years Prof. I.I.Zhumanov participated as an expert in the activities of Higher Attestation Commission in Uzbekistan, he is a member of the Scientific Council, and scientific and Technical Council of the University. He is the Academic Council of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics. He has a high rating in all areas of activity, he can manage modern information-communication and pedagogical technologies.

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Bakhtiyor Khuzhayorov was born on October 1, 1951 in Payarik district of the Samarkand region.

In 1967 he entered the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Samarkand State University and in 1972 graduated with honors. From 1972 to 1985 he worked as an engineer, researcher, senior researcher, laboratory head, sector head of the Central Asian Research and Design Institute of Oil Industry (Tashkent City). From 1985 to 1992, he worked as a senior researcher, assistant, associate professor, and at the same time scientific secretary of the Samarkand State Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering. Since 1992 he has been working at Samarkand State University (from 1995 to 2012 as a part-time worker). Since January 2017, he has been working as the head of the department "Mathematical Modeling". From 1993 to 2012 he worked as deputy director, director of the Complex Research Institute of Regional Problems at the Samarkand division of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, 2011-2012 - chairman of the division.

He is a well-known specialist in the field of subterrian hydrodynamics, mechanics of non-Newtonian systems. His research interests include filtration of non-homogeneous liquids in porous and fractured porous media, solute transport in porous and fractured porous media, anomalous filtration and solute transport, elastoplastic filtration, relaxation filtration, inverse problems of filtration and solute transport, design and analysis of oil and gas recovery processes, etc. Research results are applied into industry.

Professor B. Khuzhayorov developed several new hydrodynamic models. In particular, on the basis of a new kinetic equation, taking into account dynamic factors, a colmatage-suffusion filtration model for non-homogeneous liquids in porous media has been developed. Introducing two new physical parameters, developed a generalized filtration model. He showed that, in accordance with the values ​​of the new parameters, colmatation and suffusion phenomena can be intensified or weakened. Unlike other models, this model for the first time takes into account the sedimentation of solid particles.

He created the theory of elastic-plastic filtration in unstable beds. This theory was successfully applied in the design of the development of deep oil reservoirs of the Fergana intermountain depression. He discovered the specific features of the propagation of unloading waves (Rakhmatulin’s waves) depending on the values ​​of the new parameters of the developed model based on this theory. Changes in the parameters of the reservoir have different dynamics in the pressure reduction and restoration modes, and the phenomenon of non-fully recovery of the bed parameter values ​​after the full recovery of pressure has been established. The state of reservoir stability loss is hypothetically expressed through the current pressure in the reservoir.

He built a four-phase model and, on the basis of this, theoretically substantiated the Cycling Process. This process was successfully implemented in the Kukdumalak oil reservoir. As a result of the use of the Cycling Process, a high degree of oil recovery was achieved. The theoretical foundations of the model were published in the international journal Petroleum Science and Engineering. This article is still the only one published by specialists from Uzbekistan.

He constructed a theory of relaxation filtration in fractured-porous media, which makes it possible to investigate the specific features of filtration of heavy and highly viscous liquids. On the basis of the numerical solution of the relaxation equations, the influence of the relaxation parameters on the filtration characteristics is established. “Hereditary” equations of relaxation filtration are also derived. Results for the general form of the kernel for these equations have not yet been obtained.

Based on the solution of ill-posed and inverse problems, he created a new hydrodynamic test method of oil wells. Showed the superiority of this method over other known methods.

He derived the macroscopic equations of solute transport, which does not obey the Fick’s law, which makes it possible to evaluate multi-scale relaxation phenomena. Depending on the time scale and homogenization process, the equations can have significant differences in types, and within one type - different properties.

Based on his research, he discovered the following new phenomena:

- The absence of a stationary continuation of a pure colmatage regime under certain conditions determined by the parameters of the model;

- The phenomenon of non-monotonic mass transfer in areas close to the entrance of macroscopically inhomogeneous media;

- The law of unimodal decrease of the jumps of solutions of the equations of relaxation filtration in fractured porous media. This phenomenon has not yet been observed in classical models;

- Equivalence of diffusion and kinetic approaches for the solute transport in macroscopically non-homogeneous media, i.e., by an appropriate choice of model parameters, the possibility of approximating the solutions obtained on the basis of two approaches;

- Lagging dynamics of solutions of the relaxation filtration equations in porous and fissured-porous media.

In the framework of applied research, together with oil specialists, he created the fundamental principles for the development of deep reservoirs with abnormally high pressure. In 2006-2011, for Mubarekneftegaz UDP he composed more than 10 projects for the development of oil and gas fields. All projects are now successfully implemented. In particular, he developed a technological scheme for the flooding of the Sardob reservoir. The implementation of this scheme has allowed an increase in oil production by more than 10 times. In March 2017, three of its development were adopted and implemented by the divisions of Uzbekneftegaz JSC.

B. Khuzhayorov is the author of more than 300 scientific works, including 8 monographs and one textbook. He has published over 30 articles in reputable international scientific journals abroad.

B. Khuzhayorov was the supervisor of more than 50 theses and final qualifying works, more than 30 master's theses. Under his leadership, 10 researchers defended their PhD dissertations.

B. Khuzhayorov visited scientific trips in Switzerland (1996), Germany (1997), Turkey (1998), France (1998, 2001, 2004), Italy (2001) and Malaysia (2018). He received scientific grants from NATO and the French Foreign Ministry. He has been a member of the European Society of Mechanics - EUROMECH for over 10 years. Since 1994, he has been working as a head of a number of grants for state scientific and technical programs of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

B. Khuzhayorov created several new special courses for bachelor and master students of Samarkand State University and successfully teach them.

Jurabay Yakshilikovich Yakhshilikov

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor Jurabay Yakshilikovich Yakhshilikov, a famous philosopher, an outstanding educator, was born on February 25, 1953 in the village of Oktombeshbola, Bulungur, Samarkand region.

In 1970, he graduated from secondary school number 15 of Bulungur district then entered to the Tashkent State University and he graduated with honors in 1975. In 1975, he began working at the philosophy department of Samarkand State University and worked as a assistant professor docent in 1977. He entered to the correspondence postgraduate school under the Department of Philosophy of SamSU In 1978. He began his scientific work under the direction of the head of the department, a doctor of philosophy, professor O.B. Bozorov. In 1982, he completed his research work and, after discussion, the department recommended his thesis to the defense.

On November 4, 1982, he defended his thesis on the topic “The Role of the Scientific and Technological Revolution in the Formation of the Scientific Outlook of Collective Farmers in the Modern Era” in the specialized academic council of Tashkent State University.

He worked as an docent in the department of philosophy from 1984 till 1987. From November 10, 1987, according to the order of the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education, he was transferred to the post of senior research fellow and was sent to the department of "Dialectical Materialism" of Moscow State University "Philosophy" to complete his doctoral dissertation. On November 17, 1993, he defended his doctoral thesis on the topic “Objective and subjective factors of the socio-economic and spiritual development of Uzbekistan at the present time” in the specialized scientific council of the Institute of Philosophy and Law named after academician Ibrahim Muminov at the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan.

From 1989 till nowadays he has been working as:

  • 1989 - Associate Professor of the Department "Philosophy" of SamSU.
  • 1990-1992, as a dean of the faculty of training for higher education at SamSU,
  • 1992-1994 - temporarily performing the head of the “Philosophy” department,
  • 1994-1996 - head of the “Philosophy” department,
  • 1996-1997 - the first rector for spiritual and educational work,
  • 1997-2005 Head of the Department of Philosophy, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Bulletin of the Scientific Journal of SamSU,
  • 2005–2006 Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, after graduating from 2007, he has been working as head of the department of Philosopy.

Under the guidance of Ya.Ya.Yakhshilikov prepared 18 candidates of sciences (PhD), 2 philosophical sciences (DSc). During his career, he has published over 300 scientific articles. There are 2 textbooks and 10 monographs for students of higher institutions. For merits, he was awarded the icon "Teacher of national education."

Umurov Hotam Ikromovich

Professor of the Department of Literature and Theory of Literature of the Period of Independence of SamSU Philological Faculty In 1971, H. Umurov defended his thesis on the topic "Problems of mastering literary criticism." In 1973, he became an assistant professor. Since 1982, he is a member of the Writers' Union of Uzbekistan. In 1984 he defended his doctoral thesis on the topic “Problems of psychology and the Uzbek novel”, and in 1986 he became a doctor of philological sciences.

Professor G.U. Umurov conducted major scientific research on the theory of literature and literary criticism of Uzbekistan. In particular, textbooks “Theory of Literature” and “Theory of Literature study”, “Fundamentals of Artistic Creativity” for philologists, the manual “Rules of Literature” for high school students were published for undergraduate students of Tashkent State University.

Under the direction of professor H. Umurov, 9 candidates and 3 doctors of science on the theory of literature and current problems of literary criticism have been trained.

Soliev Abdurahim

Associate Professor of the Department of Literature and Literature Theory of Independence

Abdurakhim Soliev worked as a teacher at school in the Syrdarya region in 1962-1968, as a literary worker and head of the department of the Syrdarya newspaper, as the main methodologist of the Samarkand national house. From 1968 to 1992, he worked as a teacher, then as an assistant professor and for eight years as the head of SamSPI and JSPI. In 1973 he defended his thesis on the theme “Komil Yashin's Folk Art.” In 1977, he received a "diploma of docent". Since 1992 he has been working as an associate professor at SamSU, and since June 2013 he has been working as a professor. In 2012 he defended his doctoral thesis on the theme “Human interpretation in the Uzbek drama”. Author of more than ten monographs, teaching aids, more than 200 scientific articles. Member of the Writers' Union of Uzbekistan since 1982. His nine collections of poems have been published.

Djabborov Abdurashid Raimovich

Head of the Department of Zoology, Biology and Chemistry, SamSU, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor

Conducts research on the ornithology of zoological science, in particular in the direction of applied ornithology. The study of the problems of "poultry and agriculture", "poultry and aviation", the biological structure of important economic objects, birds, acousto-optic repellents, their physical nature, optoacoustic repellents in the field of product introduction into production. It makes a significant contribution to the search for a solution to the problem by participating in industry-specific university, republican, and international conferences, seminars, and symposia. He is the author of more than 300 scientific, scientifically-methodical articles, methodical manuals and textbooks. 1 copyright certificate and 2 patents. Since 2017, he is a member of the Turonian Academy of Sciences.

Abdullaev Erkin Nurillaevich

Associate Professor of the Department of Zoology, Biology and Chemistry, SamSU, Candidate of Biological Sciences

Conducts research in the field of general entomology, agricultural entomology in zoological science. The biological diversity of entomofauna, beneficial and harmful insecticide species, fruit and ornamental trees and their entomophages, the use of entomophagy as natural controllers and the study of the properties of wild entomophages in new ecosystems. Participation in various local, national and international conferences that contribute to solving problems on the ground, organizing the educational process and training highly qualified personnel. He is the author of more than 100 scientific, scientific and methodological, educational and methodical manuals.