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"Applied Informatics" department



Head of Department, doctor of technical sciences, leading expert in the country in the field of computer science and information technology

KSUCTA is a basic school in the field of training in the specialty 650003 "Applied Informatics (by region)». Specialists with complete higher education 650003 "Applied Informatics (by region)" was opened for the first time in Kyrgyzstan, based on the Russian state standard in February 2001. Based on this specially created department. Duration of training is 5 years in full-time education students, and 6 years with correspondence courses. Graduates are qualified computer science - (qualification in the area). The license for the specialty. Founder of the department and its first head was Academician MAI and MAE them. Einstein, holder of Lomonosov, Professor BT Ukuev, now director of the INIT. Since May 2001, the department is headed by one of the founders of the specialty "Applied Computer Science (by region)," Excellence in Public of Education, Associate Professor Mekenbaev Baktybek Toymatovich. (Staff of the department >>)

Currently, the department trains specialists in 12 areas of computing. This graduates with dvuhprofilnuyu specialty, on the one hand - the high-level programmers, on the other - specialists in fields. The Department also works related to the research and educational activities aimed at the development of Applied Informatics application areas. Members of the department are actively involved in international programs TEMPUS, INTAS, and actively participate in international and national conferences. Chart module-rating control students of

great merit of our teachers are in the field of education and science. In particular, in 2006, for outstanding achievements in the field of education director INIT, Academician of IIA and MAE B.T.Ukuev voted "Man of the Year." For outstanding achievements in the field of education professor Department: Ph.D., Director, and Dr. INIT B.T.Ukuev awarded the Certificate of Merit and Gold Medal of the International Charity Foundation for Science and Culture "Mustafa Kemal [Ataturk]». International Relations Department "Applied Computer Science" (PI) developed since its foundation. They are in an internship and study teachers of faculty in universities abroad to attract foreign experts to teach in the department and in the professional development of teachers in the Department in foreign centers of training. volunteer from New Zealand, Professor Andrew Smith in 2004, teaches at the department for two disciplines. Many teachers of the department have been FPK on IT-technologies abroad, Art. Lecturer A.A.Dzhenaliev graduated in 2007, an MA in GIS at the Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics at the Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm, Sweden).