Vladlena S Shevtsova

Vladlena S Shevtsova

Candidate of technical sciences

Associate Professor

School of Chemical and Biological Technologies

Email: v.shevtsova@satbayev.111

Professional biography

Scientific and pedagogical experience from assistant teacher to associate professor - 18 years. During this period, the textbook “Emergency and Rescue Business” was co-authored and the only manual in the discipline “Legal Basics of Life Safety and Environmental Protection”, about 40 scientific papers and 20 educational and methodological developments were published, there are 2 patents. Deputy Chairman of the International Academy of Ecology and Life Safety (MANEB) in the Republic of Kazakhstan. She was awarded an honorary literate rector of Satbayev University.

Scientific projects

“Research Innovative technologies and development for the safety of the technosphere of the Republic of Kazakhstan”, “Development of methods and tools for assessing, monitoring and maintaining the health of employees of oil and gas industry service companies”

Publications

1. Utepov E., Ten E., Zhumadilova Z. Damping Metallic Materials with a Nanostructured Coating. Metallurgist. 2017. #9. Р. 63-67.  

2. Dolgov P. Evaluation of cracking zone radius under shooting for prevention of gas-dynamic events. Gornyi Zhurnal, 2017. #1. 

3. Utepov E.B., Pototsky E.P., Kattabekov E.N., Abuova R.Zh., Berkinbaeva A.S. Damping steels for sheet piler parts at sheet rolling. 03/2019. Р. 61-66. 

Education

1995 - 2000

Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satbayev University (Satbayev University)

specialty 3905 "Chemical technology of explosives and pyrotechnic products" (chemical engineer-technologist).

2003 - 2006

Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satbayev University (Satbayev University)

postgraduate school in Labor Protection 05.26.01. She defended her dissertation "Reducing industrial noise of shock origin by using damping corrosion-resistant alloys at elevated temperatures." Awarded the degree of candidate of technical sciences.

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