CURRICILUM VITAE 

Bobomurat AHMEDOV, Leading Scientist (Distinguished Research Professor)
Full Professor of Theoretical Physics
Leader of Research Projects
Head, Theoretical Astrophysics Sector Affiliated to ASICTP
Regular Associate of ASICTP
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SURNAME: FIRST NAMES: MIDDLE NAMES(s):
AHMEDOV Bobomurat Juraevich ________________________________________________________________________________________________
PLACE OF BIRTH (City and Country): PRESENT NATIONALITY: DATE OF BIRTH
Year  Month  Day:
Samarkand, Uzbekistan Uzbekistan 1963  June  4
Nationality at birth: Uzbekistan
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SEX: MARITAL STATUS: NUMBER OF CHILDREN AND THEIR AGE:
MALE married 3 children: 17, 13 and 10 years old
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FULL ADDRESS OF PERMANENT INSTITUTION:
Institute of Nuclear Physics, Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences  
Ulughbek, Tashkent 100214, Uzbekistan  
Telephone No: +998712358102 Telefax No: +998712360037  
Email: 
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HOME ADDRESS:
Center5, 39/43, Tashkent 100017, Uzbekistan
Telephone No: +998712355786
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MAILING ADDRESS: Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute
Astronomicheskaya 33
Tashkent 100052
Uzbekistan
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EDUCATION (higher degrees)
University or equivalent Years attended Degrees
Name and place From to
student of
Physics Department
Samarkand State University 1980 1985 M.Sc., 1985
University Avenue 15
Samarkand 703004, Uzbekistan
postgraduate student of
Institute of Nuclear Physics 1985 1988 Ph.D., 1993
Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences
Ulughbek, Tashkent 100214
Uzbekistan
Physics Department
Uzbekistan National University Dr.Sc., 2001
VUZgorodok (Highest Degree)
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SCIENTIFIC EMPLOYMENT AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITY
Research Institution or University Period of duty Academic
Name and place From to responsibilities
Institute of Nuclear Physics 1988 1990 Junior Researcher
Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences
Ulugbek, Tashkent 100214 1990 1994 Researcher
UZBEKISTAN
1994 1996 Senior Researcher
1996 1999 Head of Laboratory & Project
1999 2003 Leading Researcher
2003 now Head of Sector & Projects
Samarkand State University 1994 2003 Associate Professor
University Avenue 15 Full Professor
Samarkand 703004, Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan National University 2003 now Full Professor
VUZgorodok
Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute 2003 now Project Leader
Astronomicheskaya 33
Tashkent 100052
Uzbekistan
My present employment and duties:
My main duty is to carry out the theoretical research in the field of electrodynamics of continuous media in general relativity and relativistic astrophysics. At present I am holding a position of Projects Leader and Head of Sector of Theoretical Astrophysics (affiliated to the ASICTP, PRJ29) in the Institute of Nuclear Physics, position of Leading Researcher (half salary) and Projects Leader at the Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute in Tashkent and position of Full Professor (0.5 salary) at the Uzbekistan National University. I was coorganizer of Int. Symposium on Experimental Gravitation held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, 1999. I am delivering lectures to graduate students at Samarkand State University starting year 1993 and at Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent from year 2000. I am a key person being responsible for Uzbekistan in ASICTP Network on Relativity, Astrophysics and Cosmology between Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan (BIPTUN) .
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SEMINARS, SUMMER SCHOOLS AND CONFERENCES attended
Name and place Year
7th AllUnion Gravitational Conference
Yerevan, Armenia 1988
8th Russian Gravitational Conference, Moscow
Russia 1993
9th AllUnion Workshop on Gravitation and
Electromagnetism, Minsk, Belorussia 1989
AllUnion Workshop on Relativistic Astrometry
Samarkand, Uzbekistan 1989
International Symposium on Experimental
Gravitation, Nathiagali, Pakistan 1993
International Friedmann Seminar on Cosmology
and Gravitation, St.Petersburg, Russia 1993
20th Nathiagali Summer College on Physics
and Contemporary Needs, Pakistan 1995
14th International Conference on General
Relativity and Gravitation, Florence 1995
24th International Cosmic Ray Conference
Roma 1995
5th Int. School of Astrophysics 'D.Chalonge'
Erice, Italy 1996
12th Italian Gravitational Conference, Rome 1996
15th International Conference on General
Relativity and Gravitation, Pune, India 1997
3rd W.Fairbank Mtg on LenseThirring Effect
RomePescara 1998
WEHeraeus Int. Seminar on Math Problems in
General Relativity, BadHonnef, Germany 1998
19th Texas Conference on Relativistic
Astrophysics, Paris 1998
5th Chittagong Conference on Mathematical
Physics, Bangladesh 1999
3rd ICRA Network Workshop on Electrodynamics
and Magnetohydrodynamics around Black Holes
RomePescara, Italy 1999
International Symposium on Experimental
Gravitation, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
(coorganizer) 1999
Int. European Conference on Gravitation
Journees Relativistes 99, Weimar, Germany 1999
International Conference on Gravitation and
Cosmology, Kharagpur, India 2000
Jerusalem Winter School on Theoretical
Physics, Israel 2001
Int. Conference on Modern Problems of
Nuclear Physics, Uzbekistan 2001, 2003, 2006
Summer School on Black Holes
BadHonnef, Germany 2001
International Conference on Gravitation and
Cosmology, Kochi, India 2004
Neutrino International Conference in Armenia
Yerevan 2005
11th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General
Relativity, Berlin 2006
Summer School in Cosmology, ASICTP
Trieste, Italy 2006
XXVI General Assembly of International
Astronomical Union, Praha, Czech Republic 2006
Spring School on Superstring Theory and Related Topics
ASICTP, Trieste, Italy 2007
Spring School on Gauge Theory/Gravity Correspondence
ASICTP, Trieste, Italy 2008
Summer School in Cosmology, ASICTP
Trieste, Italy 2008
Advancing VLF Science through the AWESOME Network
Workshop, Sebha, Libya 2008
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My research is mainly devoted to the generalrelativistic electrodynamics of continuous media such as superconductor, conductor, plasma etc and its application for theoretical explanation and analysis of electromagnetic and astrophysical processes in the external gravitational fields. Experimental tests of general relativity, general relativistic electromagnetic effects and fields for pulsars and magnetized rotating and oscillating neutron stars are also in my scientific interests.
RESUME OF CURRENT RESEARCH
The impact that stellar oscillations have on electric and magnetic fields external to a relativistic magnetized star in vacuum has been investigated. Modelling the star as a relativistic polytrope with infinite conductivity, the solution of the general relativistic Maxwell equations both in the vicinity of the stellar surface and far from it has been found. The general relativistic energy loss through electromagnetic radiation for different type (radial, toroidal and spheroidal) oscillations of relativistic magnetized stars has been calculated.
General relativistic expressions for the electric and magnetic fields interior of oscillating conducting crust of magnetized neutron star with politropic equation of state have been found.
Formalism describing electromagnetic fields in inner parts of plasma magnetosphere of relativistic oscillating magnetized star has been developed. Multipolar expansion of electromagnetic fields in plasma magnetosphere has been obtained using quasistationarity of electromagnetic fields in the low current approximation. The exact solutions for the unperturbed magnetic field and for the first order pertubation in the displacement of the stellar matter have been obtained assuming that unperturbed magnetic field of the star as dipolar one. Electric field in plasma magnetosphere is decomposed as a sum of two terms: vacuum part is defined by the function describing magnetic field and the second term (being proportional to the gradient of the unknown scalar function) is responsible for the contribution of charged particles.
Numerical solutions for space charge density and electric field in plasma magnetosphere for various modes of toroidal and spheroidal oscillations of Schwarzschild star have been obtained. The results justify that near the surface of oscillating magnetized neutron star the space charge density and electric field will be modified by monopolar part of strong gravitational field.
Analytic general relativistic solutions for the electromagnetic fields external to a slowlyrotating magnetized NUT star with nonvanishing gravitomagnetic charge are found after separating the Maxwell equations in the external background spacetime of a slowly rotating NUT star into angular and radial parts in the lowest order approximation. The relativistic NUT star is considered isolated and in vacuum, with different models for stellar magnetic field: i) monopolar magnetic field and ii) dipolar magnetic field aligned with the axis of rotation. It is shown that the general relativistic corrections due to gravitomagnetic charge are not present in the form of the stationary magnetic fields but emerge only in the form of the electric fields. The gravitomagnetic charge provides an additional induced electric field being analogous to the one introduced by the rotation of the star in the flat spacetime limit.
The dipolar magnetic field configuration in dependence on brane tension and present solutions of Maxwell equations in the internal and external background spacetime of a magnetized spherical star in a RandallSundrum II type braneworld. The star is modelled as sphere consisting of perfect highly magnetized fluid with infinite conductivity and frozenin dipolar magnetic field. With respect to solutions for magnetic fields found in the Schwarzschild spacetime brane tension introduces enhancing corrections both to the interior and the exterior magnetic field. These corrections could be relevant for the magnetic fields of magnetized compact objects as pulsars and magnetars and may provide the observational evidence for the brane tension through the modification of formula for magnetodipolar emission which gives amplification of electromagnetic energy loss up to few orders depending on the value of the brane tension.
Interior electromagnetic fields of a relativistic oscillating spherical star inside the perfectly conducting crust of oscillating magnetized star in the interior Schwarzschild metric in case of infinite conductivity are investigated. Analytical expressions for interior electric and dipolar magnetic fields are obtained.
The general relativistic Ohm's law for the conduction current where the gravitomagnetic terms are incorporated has been derived. Then it is applied to predict a new galvanogravitomagnetic effect, which takes place when a current carrying conductor is placed in a gravitomagnetic field. In connection with this galvanogravitomagnetic effect, the possibility of using current carrying conductors for detecting the LenseThirring field of the Earth was explored.
The general relativistic formula for charge distribution inside conductors has been derived from the Maxwell equations with the help of constitutive relations. The measurements of the general relativistic effect of charge redistribution inside conductors which can be performed within a conductor in the presence of gravitational field of a slow rotating metric source and an applied magnetic field both are proposed. It is shown that superconducting quantum interferometers could not detect the gravitomagnetism in the space of charged capacitor since they measure the quantity including the sum of electric and magnetic fields, and the generalrelativistic magnetic part will be totally cancelled by the electric one which is in agreement with the experiments.
The appearance of generalrelativistic contribution to the magnetic flux through a superconducting thermoelectric bimetallic circuit is shown. A response of the Josephson junctions to a heat flow is investigated in the generalrelativistic framework. Some gravitothermoelectric effects which can be observed in the superconducting state in the earth's gravitational field are considered.
Analytic solutions of Maxwell equations in the internal and external background spacetime of a slowly rotating misaligned magnetized neutron star have been obtained. With respect to a flat spacetime solution, general relativity introduces corrections related both to the monopolar and the dipolar parts of the gravitational field. In particular, in the case of infinite electrical conductivity general relativistic corrections due to the dragging of reference frames are present, but only in the expression for the electric field. In the case of finite electrical conductivity, however, corrections due both to the spacetime curvature and to the dragging of reference frames are shown to be present in the induction equation, which could be relevant for the evolution of the magnetic fields of pulsars and magnetars.
Electrostatic plasma modes along the open field lines of a rotating neutron star and GoldreichJulian charge density in general relativity are analyzed for the neutron star with zero inclination. It is found that the charge density is maximum at the polar cap and it remains almost same in certain extended region of the pole. For a steady state GoldreichJulian charge density the usual plasma oscillation along the field lines are found; plasma frequency resembles to the gravitational redshift close to the Schwarzchild radius. The nonlinear plasma mode along the field lines is studied. From the system of equations under general relativity, a second order differential equation is derived. The equation contains a term which describes the growing plasma modes near Schwarzchild radius in a black hole environment. The term vanishes with the distance far away from the gravitating object. For initially zero potential and field on the surface of a neutron star, GoldreichJulian charge density is found to create the plasma mode, which is enhanced and propagates almost without damping along the open field lines.
The equations that describe the electromagnetic processes in a plasma surrounding a neutron star are obtained by using the general relativistic form of Maxwell equations in a geometry of slow rotating gravitational object. A new mechanism of the generation of azimuthal current under the gravitomagnetic effect on radial current in a plasma around neutron star is predicted. The azimuthal current being proportional to the LenseThirring angular velocity can give valuable contribution on the evolution of the stellar magnetic field in some cases and therefore in general relativity a rotating neutron star, embedded in plasma, can in principle generate axialsymmetric magnetic fields even in axisymmetry.
The influence of the generalrelativistic effects on charge distribution inside neutron star is investigated. The qualitative distinction of space charge distribution inside conducting crust from that inside superconducting core allows us to propose a possible mechanism of radiowave radiation produced inside pulsar. A possibility of modelling this radiation in laboratory experiments in rotating frame of reference is analyzed.
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SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS in the period 19942008
1) In Refereed Journals:
2) In Proceedings:
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List foreign research institutes visited:
Host Institute Duration of visit Purpose of visit
ASICTP few months each visit visitor/
Trieste, Italy Regular associate
in 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
ICRA, Rome few weeks each visit visitor
Pescara in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005,2007
SISSA, Trieste few weeks/months each visit visitor
in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,2008
MPI fur Gravitations few months/weeks each visit visitor
IIT, Kharagpur, India two weeks visitor
in 2000
RCMPS, two weeks visitor
Bangladesh
ZARM, Bremen one week visitor
Germany in 2006
DLR, Berlin one week visitor
Germany in 2007
Details of INDIVIDUAL AWARDS/RESEARCH GRANTS RECEIVED
International Science Foundation (ISF) Grant, 1994.
Award of Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences for Young Scientists in Physics in Year 1996.
Leader of Research Project "Mathematical Modelling of Multiparticle High Energy Processes" from the Uzbekistan Ministry of Science and Technology, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1996  1999).
Award of Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences/Third World Academy of Sciences for Young Scientists in Physics in Year 2001.
Leader of 4.5 Years Research Project "Study of the Equations of Gravitation and Electrodynamics in Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology" from the Uzbekistan Center of Science and Technology, Grant F2.1.09, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 January 2003  30 June 2007).
CoLeader of 4.5 Years Research Project "Study of the Dynamics of Gravitating Systems and Electromagnetic Processes in Vicinity of Compact Objects" from the Uzbekistan Center of Science and Technology, Grant F2.2.06, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 January 2003  30 June 2007).
Leader of 2 Year Research Project "Vacuum Solutions to the Equations of Einstein and Maxwell in Axial Symmetry" from the Foundation for Fundamental Studies of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences, Grant 204, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 January 2004  31 December 2005).
CNRNATO Grant (ranked at the 1^{st} place with 29/30 points), 2004.
NATO Reintegration Grant EAP.RIG.981259 “Electromagnetic Fields of Magnetized Compact Stars in General Relativity”, 20042007.
TWAS Regular Associate (Trieste, Italy) at the IUCAA ( Pune, India), 20022004
ASICTP Regular Associate, Trieste, Italy, 20052010
Leader of 3 Years Research Project "Development of Methods for Extraction of Data for Earthquake Prediction and Prognosis from Gravitational and Astrophysical Measurements" from the Uzbekistan Center of Science and Technology, Grant A13226, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 January 2006  31 December 2008).
Leader of 2 Year Research Project "General Relativistic Effects in Models of Relativistic Stars with Cosmological Term and Branes" from the Foundation for Fundamental Studies of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences, Grant 106, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 January 2006  31 December 2007).
DAAD (Germany) Grant A/06/33126 , 2006
Leader of 4.5 Years Research Project "Study of the Equations of Electromagnetic and Gravitational Fields in Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology" from the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences, Grant FAF2F079, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 July 2007  31 December 2011).
Leader of 2 Year Research Project "General Relativistic Effects in Axial Symmetric Spacetimes" from the Foundation for Fundamental Studies of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences, Grant #5, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (1 January 2008  31 December 2009).
Member of Scientific Council awarding PhD degree in Astrophysics and Radioastronomy at the Uzbekistan National Unversty (starting 2003).
Member of Scientific Council at the Ulugh Beg Astronomical Institute, Tashkent (starting January 2003).
Member of Scientific Council at the Institute of Nuclear Physics, Tashkent (starting January 2007).
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Teaching Experience
Winterspring term 1994: Course in Quantum Mechanics (92 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students, Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1994: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1995: Course in Statistical Physics (90 lecture hours) for the 4th year undergraduate students, Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1995: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1996: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1997: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (60 lecture hours) for the 4th year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1998: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 1999: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2000: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2001: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (60 lecture hours) for the 4th year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2002: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Samarkand State University, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2003: Course in Plasma Astrophysics (92 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2003: Course in Quasars and Gravitational Lensing (55 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2003: Course in Cosmogony: Origin of planets, Sun and stars (96 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2004: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (Part I) – an introductionary course (50 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Tashkent State University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2004: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2004: Course in Theoretical Mechanics (148 lecture hours) for the 2nd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2004: Course in Electromagnetic Field Theory (60 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2004: Course in Plasma Astrophysics (92 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2005: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2005: Course in Cosmogony: Origin of planets, Sun and stars (96 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2005: Course in Interstellar Medium (32 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2005: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (69 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2005: Course in Electromagnetic Field Theory (60 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2006: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2006: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (69 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2006: Course in Electromagnetic Field Theory (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2007: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (69 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2007: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (69 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2007: Course in Electromagnetic Field Theory (63 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2007: Course in Cosmogony: Star Formation Regions and Physics of Young Stars (120 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Fall term 2007: Course in Interstellar Medium (48 lecture hours) for the 2nd year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Astronomy, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2008: Course in General Relativity and Gravitation (65 lecture hours) for the 1st year graduate students (Master Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2008: Course in Electrodynamics of Continuous Media (61 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2008: Course in Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics (66 lecture hours) for the 3rd year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Winterspring term 2008: Course in Nonstationary Stars (56 lecture hours) for the 4th year undergraduate students (Bachelor Course), Chair of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, Uzbekistan National University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
1. B.J. Ahmedov, Problems of Relativity Theory and Cosmology in XXI Century, Fan va Turmush, 2005, No.23, 2227 (in Russian).
2. B.J. Ahmedov, Yuldashev B.S., Modern Problems of Relativity Theory, Cosmology and Nuclear Astrophysics, Bulletin of Uzbekistan Nat. Univ., 2005, No. 3, 48 (in Russian).
3. B.J. Ahmedov, On “From Big Bang to the Nobel Prize…”, Fan va Turmush, 2007, No.12, 6061 (in Russian).
4. B.J. Ahmedov, Modern Problems of Relativity Theory, Plenary Talk given at the National Conference devoted to 100 Anniversary of Relativity Theory, Tashkent, 27 September 2006.
5. B.J. Ahmedov, Modern Problems of Astrophysics of Relativistic Compact Objects, ScientificPopular Talk given at the AllInstitute Seminar of the Institute of Nuclear Physics, Tashkent, March 2006.
BOBOMURAT AHMEDOV Date: APRIL 20, 2008