Umarov Batyr Daniyalovich
Vice-Rector of the administrative and economic part of the Atyrau Engineering Humanitarian Institute and Candidate of Technical Sciences, Professor.
Born in 1953 on June 15 in the village of Kharabali, Astrakhan region of the Russian Federation.In 1968, he graduated from the eight-year school in the village of Akhtubinka, Kharabala district.
In 1970, he successfully graduated from high school in the village of Hosheutovo, Kharabalinsky district. In 1970-1971, he worked as a worker on the collective farm “Dawn of Communism”.
In 1971-1973, he served in the armed forces of the Soviet Army. In 1973-1979, he studied at the Institute in Uralsk, West Kazakhstan Agricultural Institute. In 1979, he graduated from the West Kazakhstan Agricultural Institute with a degree in agricultural mechanization.
From 1979 to 1994, he worked as a teacher at the Guryev Agricultural Technical School. From 1994 to 2007, he worked as a vice-rector for AHH at the Atyrau Institute of Oil and Gas.
From 2007 to this day he is Vice-rector for administrative and economic part of AEHI (went from head of the Department, chief engineer to the Vice-rector AEHI).
In 2005, he defended his PhD thesis on the topic “Research of operational properties of oils of oil fractions of Western Kazakhstan”. It is engaged in optimization of chemical and component composition of oil fractions of oil of Western Kazakhstan and research ways of reduction of mechanical losses when using motor oils with improved viscosity-temperature and antifriction properties.
Awarded “excellence in education of RK”, diplomas of the Ministry of education and science of the RK, the Letter of Appreciation from First President of Kazakhstan N.A.Nazarbayev, the medal “20 years of independence of Kazakhstan”, the medal “Leader of education”, the medal “For peace in the Caspian sea” the Association of universities of Caspian region.
He has published more than 40 scientific articles in international and national scientific publications. Developed methodological manuals and electronic textbooks for university students.