Zhakypbek Yryszhan

Zhakypbek Yryszhan


Associate Professor

Mining and Metallurgical Institute named after O.A. Baikonurov

Email: y.zhakypbek@satbayev.111


Professional biography

She entered the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I.Satpayev for the specialty "Mining" in 2004. She graduated with honors with the qualification “Bachelor of Mining” In 2008. She entered the magistracy of the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satpayev in the specialty 050707 - "Mining" and graduated with an academic degree of the Master of Mining. She began her career in 2009 at KazNTU named after K.I.Satpayev, operator of the Directorate of the Mining Institute in 2008-2010.

She worked as an assistant at the Department of Engineering Geodesy and Land Management in 2009-2011. She studied at the doctoral program of the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satpayev in the specialty 6D070700- "Mining" in 2011-2014. She successfully defended her thesis for the PhD degree of Doctor of Philosophy in 2014. Currently, she works at KazNTU named after K. I. Satpayev as an associate Professor of the Department of surveying and geodesy.

During her work at the university she published over 40 scientific papers, 3 study guides and 1 monograph in the state language for students of mining and geodesic specialties. She published 30 publications, of which 13 articles in publications recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission, 15 publications at the International Scientific Practical Conferences, 3 articles in a publication recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission of China, 7 articles with impact factor (Scopus) and 5 articles with impact factor (Thomson Reuters) in the field of scientific activity.

She participated in research projects under the program: "Grant funding for research" for 2012-2014, No. 751 of the MF GF 12.16. on the topic: “Optimization of reclamation work in the open development of mineral deposits”. Currently, she is a researcher at the China Mining Technical University (Beijing) in the field of bioremediation. She is SNA on the topic No. 2018 / АР05131591 “Improving the management of the technical and biological stages of reclamation of disturbed lands in open cast mining” in 2018-2020.

She actively engaged in the development of guidelines for master's disciplines. She has numerous certificates of professional development. Currently she works in the field of surveying. She is a member of the commission for the defense of doctoral work in the area of ​​land relations and economics, specialty 6D090300 - Land Management. She is winner of a state scholarship for talented young scientists of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2015).


She entered in 2004 and graduated from the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I.Satpayev with a degree in 050707- "Mining" with the assignment of an academic bachelor's degree in 2008.

She entered in 2008 and she graduated from the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I.Satpayev with a degree in 050707- "Mining" with the assignment of an academic master's degree in 2009.

She entered in 2011 and she graduated from the Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I.Satpayev with a degree in mining 050707. Awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the specialty 6D070700- "Mining" from 11/20/2014. No. 0000588 in 2014.

Scientific projects

Significant land areas are withdrawn from the needs of the national economy during the development of mineral deposits in the open way. An industrial site, quarry and dump, technological roads and tailings are located in these areas when conducting open-cast mining.

 As a result, open-pit mining is disrupting land areas, affecting agriculture, the geological environment and the natural landscape. Timely reclamation of disturbed mining lands is the responsibility of subsoil users. Currently, the size of the disturbed open-pit mining land at mining enterprises is increasing due to the mismatch of mining and reclamation works. In this regard, the development of deposits raises the problem of reclamation of disturbed lands on the basis of finding rational ways to manage it. Therefore, with a comprehensive study of reclamation works at open-pit mines and as a result of rational management of their implementation, the possibility of reclamation of disturbed lands appears.

When performing scientific works, complex methods and methods of research were used, which include system approaches and standard methods of structural and Botanical research.

Determination of the sizes of the areas of disturbed lands on the basis of mining and geometric analysis allows, depending on the volume of mining operations, to rationally store rocks and fertile soil layer in dumps.

Justification of the technological scheme of selective placement of overburden rocks in accordance with their suitability for reclamation during external dumping increases the degree of recultivation of the surface of the dump.

Improvement of methods of effective phytorecultivation with the use of endomycorrhizal fungi and calcium in the restoration of disturbed lands in open-pit mines.


1. Wu F.Y.; Zhakypbek Y.; Bi Y.L.; Chen S.T.; Guo Y.F., Wong M.H. Effects of Lead and Zinc on Arsenic Accumulation in Nonmetallicolous and Metallicolous Populations of Pteris vittata L. Communications in soil science and plant analysis. Volume: 44, 2013, –P.2839-2851. Publisher: USA,  Article Number: 34336. ISSN: 0010-3624.https://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=F639yJhP6yrwNOsVaXX&page=1&doc=5.

2. T Kalybekov, K Rysbekov, Y Zhakypbek. Efficient land use in open-cut mining. New Developments in Mining Engineering 2015: Theoretical and Practical Solutions of Mineral Resources Mining. 1 January 2015, Pages 287-291. Book Chapter. https://www.scopus.com/record/display.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85053654439&origin= resultslist &sort=plff&src=s&sid=30d44b20b8302835856a18a4338a0dd2&sot=autdocs&sdt=autdocs&sl=18&s=AU-ID%2855873164000%29&relpos=5&citeCnt=6&searchTerm=

3. Zhi-Gang Wang, Yin-Li Bi, Bin Jiang, Zhakypbek Y., Su-Ping Peng, Wen-Wen Liu, Hao Liu. Hyperspectral characterization and nutrition condition of maize inoculated with arbuscularmycorrhiza in different phosphorus levels. Journal Citation Reports Scientific.Volume: 6, 2016, Publisher: England,  Article Number: 34336. ISSN: 2045-2322. https://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do?product=WOS&search_mode =GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=F639yJhP6yrwNOsVaXX&page=1&doc=4

4. Yinli Bi, Lang Qiu, Zhakypbek Y., Bin Jiang, Yun Cai, Huan Sun. Combination of plastic film mulching and AMF inoculation promotes maize growth, yield and water use efficiency in the semiarid region of Northwest China. Agricultural Water Management. 2018.   Volume: 201. –P. 278-286. Publisher: Elsevier science BV. Netherlands. ISSN:0378-3774. https://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do? product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=F639yJhP6yrwNOsVaXX&page=1&doc=3.

5. Lang Qiu, Yinli Bi, Bin Jiang, Zhigang Wang, Yanxu Zhang., Zhakypbek Y. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi ameliorate the chemical properties and enzyme activities of rhizosphere soil in reclaimed mining subsidence in northwestern China. Journal of Arid Land. 2019. .   Volume: 11. –P. 135-147. Publisher: Springer heidelberg, Germany. ISSN:1674-6767. https://apps.webofknowledge.com/full_record.do?product=WOS& search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=D6GXwn6AukyOUdpJb52&page=1&doc=1.

6. K. Rysbekov, D. Huayang, T. Kalybekov, M. Sandybekov, K. Idrissov, Y. Zhakypbek,  G. Bakhmagambetova. Application features of the surface laser scanning technology when solving the main tasks of surveying support for reclamation. Mining of  mineral deposits 2019, 13(3):40-48. https://apps.webofknowledge.com/full record.do? product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&qid=1&SID=C5Xmg1q2RBdsoHryS2r&page=1&doc=2