DEAN DEPUTIES

The deputy dean on humanitarian and social problems, Elkhan Nuriyev Balahasan, graduated from the Geology and Geography faculty of the Azerbaijan State University in 1969. In 1976-1990 he worked as a research fellow in the Geography Institute of the ANAS. He is an assistant professor of foreign countries’ economy and tourism chair of the Baku State University from 1990. He is currently working at a doctoral thesis entitled the Exploration of geographical reality in Azerbaijan’s toponymy.


The deputy dean on scientific works and Master’s degree program, Shakar Mammadova Idayat, graduated from the geography faculty of the Baku State University with honors diploma in 1990. She defended Ph.D. thesis on the subject “Exploration and forecasting of anthropogenic pollution in the air basin of Ganja city and the environs” in 1998. Assistant professor the scientific name has received in 2003. She works in the post of deputy of dean on scientific work and the magistrates in the faculty from 1999.
Since 1996 she has been working in the chair of Environment protection and efficient use of natural resources. In 2003 she obtained an academic rank of associate professor.
Currently she is working at a doctoral thesis on the subject “eco-geographic problems of atmosphere pollution in Azerbaijan’s large cities”. Since 1999 she has been working as a deputy faculty dean for scientific works and Master’s degree program. She is taking an active part in compilation and publication of curriculum at a Master’s degree program of the faculty, organization of classes, as well as in holding of scientific conferences and university events.

Ramiz Ahlimanov Miragha studied in and graduated from the geography faculty of BSU in 1966-1971. R. Ahlimanov defended a Ph.D. thesis on “Analysis of landscape based on cartographic and mathematical methods” in 1980. His scientific works were dedicated to the exploration of landscape structure by means of cartographic and mathematical methods. He is the author of a series of landscape measuring maps and of more than 60 scientific articles, programs and methodical textbooks.

The deputy dean for correspondence-course department, Firouddin Housseynzadeh Meydan , graduated from the Geology and geography faculty of the Azerbaijan State University in 1969.
From 1964 to 1981 he had been working as a leader of Amateur Performance team of the Baku State University. Since 1969 he held positions of head lab assistant, teacher and head teacher in the University’s chairs of physical geography, economic geography, foreign countries’ economic and political geography, and the chair of tourism. He is the author of about 20 scientific articles, programs and methodical textbooks relating to economic and social geography and tourism.

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