# Saltanat Madaliyeva Nurmakhanbetovna

Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Automation and Information Technologies

Department of "Higher Mathematics and Modeling"

Email: s.madaliyeva@satbayev.111

**Professional biography**

1. 1994-2008. KazNTU named after K. I. Satpayev teacher of the Department of Mathematics

2. 2008-2016. KazNTU named after K. I. Satpayev Senior lecturer of the Department of Mathematics

3. 2016-2022. KazNITU named after K. I. Satpayev Senior lecturer of the Department of Higher Mathematics

**Education**

1. 1989-1994 Al-Farabi Kazakh State University, Faculty of Mathematics Specialty: Mathematics Qualification: mathematician, teacher of mathematics.

2. Graduate School 1999-2000 KazNTU named after K.I. Satpayev

In 2007 defended a thesis for the degree of “candidate of physical and mathematical sciences”

**Scientific projects**

2018-2020 Researcher of the project of number "2018 / АР05133634" on the topic "Non-stationary nonlinear one-dimensional system of Boltzmann moment equations in an odd approximation under natural conditions of specular and diffusion particle detachment from the boundary"

**Publications**

1. Bozhanov E.T., Ibraimkulov A.M., Madaliyeva S.N. About one model of a multilayer structure made of fiberglass material under the action of a shock pulse lying on the basis of the Pasternak type. Bulletin of Kaz NITU 2016

2. Sakabekov A., Madaliyeva S.N. The solution of the boundary value problem for a stationary linear one-dimensional system of Boltzmann moment equations in the third approximation under the generalized boundary conditions of Vladimirov-Marshak by the finite-difference method. Bulletin of KazNITU 2019 Number 2

3. Sakabekov A., Madaliyeva S.N. Macroscopic boundary conditions for a non-stationary nonlinear one-dimensional system of Boltzmann moment equations in an arbitrary odd approximation. Bulletin of KazNITU 2019

4. Sakabekov A., Madaliyeva S., Yergazina R. Investigation of Aerodynamic Characteristics of Aircrafts in a Rarefied Gas Flow Using the Moment Method. International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, 2022, 2022, 6943602.