Best Minds of Uzbek­istan Named

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - SOCIAL ORBIT -

In honor of the In­ter­na­tional Day of Science, the Agency for Science and Tech­nol­ogy and the in­ter­na­tional com­pany Clar­i­vate An­a­lyt­ics (USA) iden­ti­fied the best in the science of Uzbek­istan. The main in­di­ca­tors taken into account were pub­li­ca­tion ac­tiv­ity and ci­ta­tion based on the in­ter­na­tional data­base of Web of Science.

Web of Science is the stan­dard of qual­ity in an aca­demic en­vi­ron­ment. The goal of each sci­en­tist is to pub­lish in jour­nals that have an im­pact fac­tor of this com­pany. Moreover, the higher the im­pact fac­tor, the more pres­ti­gious the mag­a­zine is, since this di­rectly af­fects the ar­ti­cle’s ci­ta­tion in the fu­ture.

The In­sti­tute of Nu­clear Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Repub­lic is de­nom­i­nated as the “The best sci­en­tific in­sti­tu­tion”, the Na­tional Univer­sity of Uzbek­istan is de­nom­i­nated as the “The Best Higher Ed­u­ca­tional In­sti­tu­tion”, the jour­nals such as “Chem­istry of Nat­u­ral Com­pounds” and “He­liotech­nics” are de­nom­i­nated as the “Best Sci­en­tific Jour­nal”.

Dil­shod Tu­laganov (Turin Polytech­nic Univer­sity in Tashkent) be­came the win­ner in the nom­i­na­tion “Leader of science of the first de­gree”. For his con­tri­bu­tion to world science he was awarded a cash prize of 30 mil­lion sums.

Bahrom Omirov (Ro­manovsky In­sti­tute of Math­e­mat­ics) and Bobo­murod Ahme­dov (As­tro­nom­i­cal In­sti­tute named af­ter Ulug­bek) are the win­ners in the cat­e­gory “Leader of science of the II de­gree”. For the pop­u­lar­iza­tion of science, they re­ceived cash bonuses of 20 mil­lion sums.

The win­ners in the nom­i­na­tion for “Leader of science of the third de­gree” in the hu­man­i­ties be­came Rauf Salakhodzhaev, in the tech­ni­cal sciences Khus­nid­din Olimov (Physics-Tech­ni­cal In­sti­tute of the “Physics-Sun” NGO) and in the field of nat­u­ral sciences Ba­hodir Tashkhod­jaev (In­sti­tute of Plant Chem­i­cals named af­ter Yunusov). They were awarded cash prizes of 10 mil­lion sums.

Umida Kamilova, deputy direc­tor of the Repub­li­can Cen­ter for Ther­apy and Med­i­cal Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion, was rec­og­nized as the “best fe­male re­searcher”.

Ah­mad­jon Ab­du­jab­barov was de­nom­i­nated as “The best young sci­en­tist” (As­tro­nom­i­cal In­sti­tute of the Academy of Sciences). The Union of Youth of Uzbek­istan pre­sented him a pref­er­en­tial mort­gage house for young fam­i­lies.

The deputy direc­tor of the youth in­no­va­tion cen­ter “Uzbek-Ja­panese” Zuhra Kady­rova, and in the Min­istry of Health - the head of the de­part­ment of the In­sti­tute of Im­munol­ogy Tatyana He­gai be­came the most ac­tive re­searcher in the sys­tem of the Min­istry of Higher and Sec­ondary Spe­cial Ed­u­ca­tion.

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