Altynbek SHARIPBAY Editor at IgMin Research

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SHARIPBAY Altynbek Amiruly, born on June 16, 1952.  In 1974 he graduated from Kazakh State University named after SM. Kirov with a degree in Applied Mathematics, and in 1981 - postgraduate studies at Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov, majoring in e"Computer science, computer engineering, systems and networks".  In 1989, he completed the annual course "French Language" at the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute M. Torez, and in 1990 - a scientific internship at the University of Paul Valery (France). Speaks Kazakh, Russian, English and French.

Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Doctor of Technical Sciences and Professor in the group of specialties "Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Control", Academician of the International Academy of Informatization, Academician of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2001 in the field of science and technology and education.

1974-1975 - mathematician-programmer at Kazakh State University named after SM. Kirov. 1975-1981 scientific researcher, post-graduate student of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov; 1981-1992 - assistant, associate professor, head of the department at the Kazakh State University named after SM. Kirov; 1992-1997 - head of the laboratory of the Institute of Problems of Informatics and Management of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan; 1997-1998 - Head of the Department at the Kazakh State Academy of Management; 1998-2000 - Director of Center for Information Technologies LLP; from 2000 to the present, head of the department, professor of the department "Technology of artificial intelligence", director of the Research Institute "Artificial Intelligence".

Reasearch Interest

Artificial intelligence, computational linguistics