In 1977 I graduated from the high school no. 18 in my native
town Karakul (Bukhara region in Uzbekistan). Sertificat No.
018880 & golden medal. My physics teacher was
Prof. Choriev Kasim Rahmanovich.
In 1977 I took part in International Physics competition
(Hradec Kralove and Prague, Chekhoslovakia) as a member of USSR team. I had got
the first degree diploma.
In the same year of 1997 I entered Moscow Institute of Physics
and Technology (MIPT), Department of General
and Applied Physics (DGAP). In 1983 I
graduated from MIPT with the speciality Automatics and Electronics, Diploma G-1 No. 398891. Subspeciality: Solid State Physics and
In 1983 I entered the post graduate courses at Steklov Mathematical
Institute of the Academy of Sciences, the
department of Mathematical Physics headed by academician V. S. Vladimirov.
Professor O. I. Bogoyavlensky became
my Scientific Adwiser.
In 1989 I have defended my PhD thesis in Specialized Council at
Institute (Moscow). I specialized in Differential Equations and Mathematical
Physics. My thesis was entitled "Multiplet solutions for some equations
with the Lax type representations". I had got the PhD diploma FM No. 036283.
Starting from 1987 till now I am applied at Mathematical
Department of Bashkir State University. In 1987-1992 I had a position of
Assistant Professor, in 1992-1993 I had a position of Senior Teacher, and from
1993 till now I am applied as an Associate Professor.
In 1995 I was awarded the Dotsent's degree. Sertificat DC No. 13811.
I have 80 published scientific papers and
6 textbooks for students. I was a member of Prof. S. I. Pinchuk's research group (grant No.
RK4000 and grant No. RK4300 from ISF in 1993-1994, grant No. 93-47 from INTAS in
In 1998 I began writing thesis for the degree of Doctor of Sciences in Russia. Thesis is entitled
"Dynamical systems admitting normal shift". In the end of Summer 1999 my
thesis was ready written and typeset (see English version math.DG/0002202 in Electronic Archive). However it is not yet defended
in a Council due to some circumstances being mostly not in science, but in
policy of mathematical community.