Date and place of birth: 07.02.1952, Kokand, Uzbekistan
Academic degree: Dr.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics
Academic rank: Professor
1974 – diploma of High education in Chemistry, Moscow State University named after M.V Lomonosov, Faculty of Chemistry, Moscow, USSR
1984 – Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics, Superior Attestation Commission of USSR, Moscow.
1992 – Dr.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics, Superior Attestation Commission of USSR, Moscow.
1996- Attestat of Prof. .Superior Attestation Commission, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Career/Employment (employers, positions and dates)
2018-present Full Professor of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
2013-2018 Head of the Department of Applied Sciences at Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent
2011-2013 Member of Innovative group at TPUT,
1988-2010 Deputy Head of Heat Physics Department Academy of Sciences of Reb. of Uzbekistan, Professor, Head of the Thermo physics of multiphase systems laboratory, Tashkent.
1984-1988 Secretary for Scientific Affairs, Heat Physics Department, Academy of Sciences of Reb. of Uzbekistan, Tashkent
1979-1984 Head of laboratory of phase transitions, Heat Physics Department, Academy of Sciences of Reb. of Uzbekistan, Tashkent.
1978-1979 Junior research fellow, Nuclear Physics Institute, Academy of Sciences of Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent.
1976-1978 Post-graduate student, Tashkent State Pedagogical University, Tashkent.
1974-1976 Assistant, Andijan Cotton Instite, Andijan.
1974 Senior engineer, Central Asia Scientific-Research and Desining Instite
of Oil-Gas Industry, Kokand.
1969-1974 Student, Moscow State University named after M.V Lomonosov, Faculty of Chemistry, Moscow.
Honours, Awards, Fellowships, Membership of Professional Societies
a. A member of Asian-Pacific Academy of Materials (APAM).
b. A member of the New York Academy of Sciences.
c. A member of the International Academy of Sciences, Educations, Industry, & Arts.
d. An advisor of the American Biographical Institute.
e. Expert of the Centre for Sciences & Technology of the Republic of Uzbekistan (until 2011)
f. Member of Editorial Board of Uzbek Journal of Physics (until 2011)
g. Deputy Chief of the Special Council for Promotion Doctors of Sciences in Thermophysics & Molecular Physics (until2011)
h.”Nanotechnology and Nanostructures” Award from “ Government of Uzbekistan:Science & Technology Center”, in 2004
i. Certificate “ Caspian Region Commercialization Seminar: Oil,Gas, and Environmental Technologies” by U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation, in 2004
Recent selected publications
1. P.K. Khabibullaev, A.A. Saidov “Phase Separation in Soft Matter Physics: Micellar Solutions, Microemulsions, Critical Phenomena”, Springer-Verlag, 2003, pp. 1-200.
2. S.Z. Mirzaev, U. Kaatze, A.A. Saidov, P.K. Khabibullaev “Indications of crossover effects from chemical modes in the critical sound attenuation of binary liquids”, Uzbek Journal of Physics, Vol. 5, N 2-3, 2003, pp. 102-112.
3. . Structural, optical, and nonlinear optical absorption/refraction studies of the manganese nanoparticles prepared by laser ablation in ethanol.R.A. Ganeev,A.S. Zakirov,G.S. Boltaev,R.I. Tugushev, T Usmanov, PK Khabibullaev, TW Kang, AA Saidov – Optical Materials, 2011 ,V 33,Is. 3, 419-423p – Elsevier.
4. Z. S. Bakaeva, M. Zaitdinov, S. Z. Mirzaev, A. A. Saidov, P. K. Khabibullaev “Acoustic relaxation spectroscopy -characterization of self-assembled nanostructured materials” X APAM Topical Seminar and III Conference “Materials of Siberia”, “Nanoscience and Technology” devoted to 10th anniversary of APAM, 2-6 June, Novosibirsk, Russia, 2003, p. 81.
5. Sh.I. Mamatkulov, A.A.Saidov, P.K. Khabibullaev, Roland R. Netz1 “Pressure and temperature dependence of hydrophobic hydration effect” X APAM Topical Seminar and III Conference “Materials of Siberia”, “Nanoscience and Technology” devoted to 10th anniversary of APAM, 2-6 June, Novosibirsk, Russia, 2003, p. 419.
6. Abdulla A. Saidov . «Micellar systems: Ultrasonic Studies»Encyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science: Second Edition. Published on 15 August 2006, Pages 3795 – 3803. DOI: 10.1081/E-ESCS-120000030.
7. A. M. Sattarov, A. A. Saidov, S. Z. Mirzaev, Sh. I. Mamatkulov, P. K. Khabibullaev, M. Berkowitz. “Effect of Alcohol on the dynamic Properties of Micellar Systems” Book of Abstracts, XV Conference European Colloid and Interface Society, 16-21 September, Coimbra, Portugal, 2001, pp. 87.
8. E.V. Chertkov, A.A. Saidov, P.K. Khabibullaev, “On the kinetics of the micelle forming systems.”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects Vol. 168, 2000, pp. 185-19.
9. V.I. Ananchenkov, R.M. Galimzyanov, A.A. Saidov, K. N. Kholov “The dimmer of sodium-octyle benzol sulphonate in aqueous solution.” ,Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. Vol. 149, 1999, pp. 235-238.
10. P.K. Khabibullaev, Sh.I. Mamatkulov, Yu.V. Pakharukov, A.A. Saidov, “The mechanism of luminescence by laser light on aqueous solution surfactants.”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physico-chemical and Engineering Aspects. Vol.149, 1999, pp. 427-429.
11. P.K. Khabibullaev, Sh.I. Mamatkulov, Yu.V. Pakharukov, A.A. Saidov, “The effect of parity of the CMC in aqueous soilution surfactants” Progress in Biomedical Optics, Biomedical Sensing and Imaging Technologies, in San Jose, California, USA, Vol. 3252. 26-26 January, 1998, pp. 282-283.
12. Mamatkulov Sh.I., Saidov A.A. “Determination of structure formation in macromolecular systems by luminescence method”, Progress in Biomedical Optics, Biomedical Sensing and Imaging Technologies, in San Jose, California, USA, Vol. 3252, 26-26 January, 1998, pp. 286-288.
13. Khabibullaev P.K., Pakharukov Yu.V., Saidov A.A., Butabaev M.Sh., Tursunov Sh.O., Mamatkulov Sh.I., “Simulation of the polidisperse structure formation as a result of decomposition and heat relaxation in stratifiable system” in Turkish journal of Physics, V. 21, No. 6, 1997, pp. 776-779.
14.Saidov A.A. Khabibullaev P.K. Shinder I.I., Kononenko V.S., “Dynamic characteristics of mixed micelles”, Colloids and Sur faces: Physico-Chemical and Engineering aspects, 76 Amsterdam, 1993, pp. 167-170.