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Vyacheslav M. Somsikov

ACADEMIC DEGREES
1989

1979

1973

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1973 -- present

1993 -- present

1989-1993

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1989 - 2009

1983 -- present

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

AWARDS
1995, 1996, 1998, 1999

1995

1997-2000
PUBLICATION

Institute of Ionosphere, Almaty, 050020,
KAZAKHSTAN. E-Mails: vmsoms@rambler/ru

Tel: 8 (3272) 727825
Address: V. Somsikov, KabanBay-Batyra str. 91, Apt. 46, Almaty, 050091, Kazakhstan.

Doctor of Phys.-Math. Sci. in Geophysics, IZMIRAN, Moscow, Academy of Sciences, Russia.
Thesis: Transition processes in the terrestrial atmosphere caused by the Solar Terminator.

Ph. D. in Radio physics, Tomsk State University, School of Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation, Siberian branch of Soviet Academy of Sciences, Tomsk, Russia.

Thesis: Ionospheric disturbances caused by motion of the Solar Terminator.

Master of Sci. in Physics and Applied Mathematics, Novosibirsk State University, Radiophysical department Novosibirsk, Russia.

Thesis: Selfinteraction of radio waves in the magneto-active ionospheric plasma.

Institute of Ionosphere, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Chief of the Physics of the Geoheliospace interrelations Laboratory.
Study of the irreversibility and nonlinear dynamics problems. Selected Kinetic and statistical problems.
Investigation of the nonlinear mechanisms of formation of structures in the terrestrial space by the input solar flux variation.

Leading Scientist.
Theoretical and experimental investigation of ionospheric and atmospheric disturbances created by the solar radiation gradient in the Solar Terminator region. Study of different instabilities atmosphere caused by the solar radiation gradient.

Supervised Four Ph.D. students in the Geophysics at the Institute of Ionosphere, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Serve as a Professor in Kazakh State University, Almaty.
Subjects:
1. "Ionospheric and Space Plasma Physics".
2. "Non-linear dynamic in the open system".
3. “Transmitter of electromagnetic waves in the different media”.
4. "Thermodynamic and Statistical physics"
5. “Classical mechanics of the open systems”

A. Member of American Geophysical Union.

B. Vice Chief of the Interdisciplinary Science Republic Seminar in Kazakhstan: "Problem of the Evolution of the Open systems".
C. Chief of the fundamental interdisciplinary program: "Evolution of the Open System".
D. A Member of High Attestation Committee of Kazakhstan.

Kazakh Science Foundation Awards.
International Science Foundation Grant.
Outstanding Scientist of the Republic of Kazakhstan Award.

More then 250 papers, including 82 in peer - reviewed journals, one monograph.