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Physical department began to functionate as a part of physico-mathematical department since foundation of the University in 1919 and transformed into independent department – Physical department in 1958. The great contribution to the creation and development of the department made M. Aliyev, R. Huseynov, M. Sardarli, K. Kocharli, A. Mukhtarov and other prominent Azerbaijanian pedagogues. Famous physicist, Nobel prize winner L.D. Landau was educated at this department in 1922-1924. Among the graduating students of this department we can name the president of National Akademy of Sciences of Azerbaijan M.K. Karimov, akademicians – N.A. Quliyev, E.U. Salayev, F.M. Hashimzadeh, B.M. Askerov, corresponding members – A.I. Mukhtarov, S.A. Hajiyev, Y.S. Seyidov, V.I. Tairov, R.E. Huseynov, professor of Moscow State University B.K. Kazimov, ambassador of Azerbaijan Republic in the USA H.M. Pashayev and other renowned men.

Administrative structure of Physical department:

Dean
Deputy Dean
Deputy Dean on science and magistrates
Scientific Council (40 members)
Scientific-methodical Council of department
Free Trade Union organization of department
Students Trade Union organization

Department has 9 chairs:

General physics
Optics and molecular Physics
Semiconductors Physics
Matter structure
Physics of Solids
Theoretical Physics
Chemical Physics of nanomaterials
Astrophysics
Physical electronics

The scientific – pedagogical personnel of the department consist of:

corresponding member of NAS of Azerbaijan – 5 person
professors – teaсhers – 89 person
technical staff – 63 person
There are 29 Doctors of science and 87 Candidates of science among them.
874 persons are educated on the Bachelors Degree Education on the following specialties:
Physics
Physical Electronics
Physics and Astronomy
And 78 persons are educated on the Masters Degree Education on the following specialties:
Theoretical and mathematical physics
Physics of Solids State
Semiconductors Physics
Quantum electronics
Heat Physics and Molecular physics
Astrophysics
Atom and molecular physics
Physics of biological systems
Semiconducting instruments and microelements
Electronics of Solids
Gas and Plasma Electronics
Optoelectronics

The following courses are taught on the Bachelors Degree Education:

Mechanics
Molecular Physics
Electromagnetizm
Optics
Atomic Physics
Nuclear Physics
Classic Mechanics
Electrodynamics
Quantum mechanics
Thermodynamics and statistical Physics
Computer in Physics
General Chemistry
Higher Mathematics
Practicum on Radioelectronics

And the following courses are taught on the Matter’s Degree Education:

Theory of Classic surfaces
Electrodynamics of Adrons
Quantum electrodynamics
Quantum chromodynamics
Mechanics of Compast mediums and electrodynamics
Theory of groups and its application on Solids
Metals and semiconductors Physics
Quantum Theory of Solids
Technology of Semiconductors
Kinetic effects in semiconductors
Semiconductors transformers
Crystallography
Lazer Physics
Optoelectronics
Complicated heterostructures
Opticoholography
Astrospectroscopy
Star atmosphere
Fundamentals of planet physics
Physics of the Sun
Quantum theory of atom
Fundamentals of atomic spectroscopy
Quantum theory of molecules
Experiment – research methods of matter structure
Physical-chemical properties of water in biological systems
Physics of high molecular compounds
Biothermodynamics
Investigation of biosystems by EPR, NMR methods
Contact and surface effects in Solids
Electronic Theory of Solids Optoelectronic instruments, setlings and systems
Radioelectronics
Theoretical fundamentals in gas vacation and plasma physics
Plasma electronics
Electronic, ionic and plasma technology
Gas lasers and other courses.
The department maintains scientific relations with Higher Educational Establishments and Scientific Centers of Turkey, Russia, France, Iran, Ukraine, Belorussia, Georgia.
Nobel prize winner L.D. Landau, president of NAS of Azerbaijan M.K. Kerimov, academicians – N.A. Quliyev, E.U. Salayev, F.M. Hashimzadeh, corresponding members of Academy – A.I. Mukhtarov, S.A. Hajiyev, Y.S. Seyidov, B.M. Askerov, V.I. Tairov, R.E. Huseynov, professor of Moscow State University B.K. Kazimov, ambassador of Azerbaijan Republic in the USA professor H.M. Pashayev, ambassador of Azerbaijan Republic in Turkey professor M.N. Aliyev, and chairman of Sience and Education Comission of Milli Majlis (National Assembly) professor Sh.G. Askerov were the graduating students of Physical Department.
Scientific investigations are carried out at the department accordingly to a modern level of scientific development.
Research works are carried out in nanoelectronics, the last achievement in science, also nuclear magnet resonance methods are widely used, patents are received as a result of intensive researches.
Main scientific directions of officials of the department are the following:
Physics of Solids
Some problems of electronics of Solids
Some problems of gas and low temperature plasma electronics
Obtaining of complex semiconductors on the base of elements of I, III and investigation of their physical properties
Physics of macromolecular systems
Heat conductivity property in metal and metal-semiconductor compounds and surfase effects
Investigation of structurization of polymer-water systems and other physical-chemical properties Investigation of matter structure with quantum surface theory
Investigation in fundamental mutual influent processes in high energies of elementary charged particles and nuclear structure and polarization characteristics
Development of quantum mechanic and calculating methods for multielectronic problems decision Investigation of matter for quantum electronics
She Sun Stars and fogs investigation
Theory of differential equations with particular derivatives and their application in different physical problems
Successes achieved at the department during last years, including published books and monographies:

  1. E.A. Masimov, T.M. Mursalov, Atom physics, 909 p., Baku, 2002.
  2. B.M. Askerov, Theory of Solids, 154 p., Baku, 2003.
  3. R.K. Mamedov, Contacts of metal-semiconductors with electric field of spots, 230 p., Baku, 2003.
  4. A.Sh. Abdinov, H.M. Mamedov, electronics of Solids, 136 p., Baku, 2004.

The main scientific journals where articles of officials were published.
Baku University Bulletin, Proceedings of NAS of Azerbaijan, Journal of Solids, Applied Physics, Physics of Solids, Plasma, Microelectronics, Spectroscopy, Physics Rewet, Physics Applied Letters, Physics Condencer Matter, Quantum electronics, Physical techniques of semiconductors, Journal of Technical Physics, letters to Journal of Technical Physics, Journal of electronic-technical Physics
Theory of differential equations with particular derivatives and their application to different physical problems.
Participation of department officials in International Scientific Conferences during last years.

  1. I.M. Nadjafov, M.R. Radjabov, N.I. Nadjafov – “53rd International Meeting on nuclear Spectroscopy and atom nucleus structure”, Nucleus – 2003, Moscow, October 7-10, 2003, p.240.
  2. I.M. Nadjafov, M.R. Radjabov, N.I. Nadjafov – 1st International Scientific Conference “Inverse problems of theoretical and mathematical physics”, Sumgait, May 5-6, 2003, p. 104.
  3. S.G. Abdullayev, A.I. Mukhtarov, M.Sh. Qojayev- 1st International Scientific Conference “Inverse problems of theoretical and mathematical physics”, Sumqait, May 5-6, 2003, p. 93.
  4. R.X. Muradov, A.I. Akhmedov – 1st International Scientific Conference “Inverse problems of theoretical and mathematical physics”, Sumqait, May 5-6, 2003, p. 90-91.
  5. F.S. Sadikov – 1st International Scientific Conference “Inverse problems of theoretical and mathematical physics”, Sumqait, May 5-6, 2003, p. 91. Askerov B.M., Fiqarova S.R., Ismailov T.G., Makhmudov M.M. – “Books of Abstracts European Materials Research Society”, Fall Meeting, Symposium D, Warsaw (Poland), 14-19 September, 2003, p. 146.
  6. A.Sh. Abdinov, N.M. Mehtiyev, R.F. Babayeva, R.M. Babayeva, R.M. Rzayev – “E-MRS, Spring Meeting 2003”, Symposium J, Thin film and nano-structured materials for photovoltaics, Strasbourq, France June 10-13, 2003, J/PH 42.
  7. Abutalybov G.I., Djafarova S.Z., Ragimova N.A.- “E-MRS, Spring Meeting 2003”, Symposium J, Thin film and nano-structured materials for photovoltaics, Strasbourq, France June 10-13, 2003, J/PH 42.
  8. M.A. Jafarov, H.M. Mamedov, E.F. nasirov - “E-MRS, Spring Meeting 2003”, Symposium J, Thin film and nano-structured materials for photovoltaics, Strasbourq, France June 10-13, 2003, J/PH 42.
  9. Abutalybov G.I., Djafarova S.Z., Ragimova N.A.- “E-MRS, Spring Meeting 2003”, Symposium D, Thin film and nano-structured materials for photovoltaics, Warsaw, Poland, 2003.
  10. E.A. Masimov, M.C. Salahov, T.M. Mursalov, F.N. Pasayev, A.A. Hasanov – “Mathematical Modelling and Monitoring of Environmental Polliton and its Effects”. International Conference, Baku, 2003.
  11. S.G. Abdulvahabova, E.A. Rasulov – “Inverse problems of theoretical and mathematical physics”, 1st International Scientific Conference, SDU, 2003, p. 6-7.
  12. N.F. Akhmedov, F.A. Akhmedov – European Polymer. Federation Europolymer Congress, Sweden, Stockholm, 23-27 June, 2003, p. 25.
  13. V.M. Salmanov, E.K. Guseynov, A.A. Agayeva – Proceeding of International Symposium “Cyclicity and cosmological Problems” Baku, 2-4 may, 2003, Pirgulu, p. 211.
  14. I.M. Aliyev, M.I. Aliyev, V.R. Figarov, E.A. Isayeva – “Second International Conference on Soft Computing and Computing with Words in Systems Analysis”, Decision and Control, I CSCCW 2003, Antalya, Turkey, 9-11 September.
  15. I.M. Aliyev, M.I. Aliyev, G.B. Ibrahimov – “Condenced Matter and Materials Physics (CMMP) Conference”, Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom, 6-9 Aprel, 2003.
  16. N.M. Nasryllayev – “ECOSS-22” International Scientific Conference, Prague, 2003.
  17. Mursalov T.M., Mamedov N.A., Alekberov Sh. Sh.-“Transactions of Scientific Conference, devoted to the 85th anniversary of academician H.B. Abdullayev”, Baku, October 6, 2003.
  18. Masimov E.A., Salahov M.S., Mursalov T.M., Pasayev F.G., Gasanov A.A.-Materials of International Conference “Mathematical Modelling and Monitoring of Environmental Pollition and its Effects” Baku, September 22-27, 2003.
  19. Hasanova L.K. –“Inverse problems of theoretical and mathematical Physics” 1st International Scientific Conference, Sumgait, 2003, p. 31-32.

Successes of students of the department

At the department 10 young investigators gave talks in “ Post-graduates 9th Republic Scientific Conference” hold by Education Ministry of Azerbaijan Republic; 14 fourth-year students gave talks in “Highes school students 19th republic Scientific Conference; 3 young investigators, 56 masters and 2 students gave talks in “Young physicist-2003, young investigators, masters and students Scientific Conference”. The thesis of their talks were published. 4 students took part in “Quantum Particles and Fields -3” International Workshop, hold in Baku, September 13-17, 2004.

Successes in preparation of grants and projects:

Officials of the department professor A.H. Kazimzadeh, having got encouragement of World Bank took part in project “Development of professional level of teachers” hold by Education Ministry and Candidate of physical-mathematical science A.I. Akhmedov first took part in “International Seminar on elementary charged particles physics” hold by International Theoretical Physics Centre by name Abdus Salam in Triest, Italy, June 13-Luly 6, 2003, then he took part in “String seminar and workshop” in Anzal, Iran Islamic Republic, September 27-October 11, 2003, and at last he won 3-years grant NATO (Reintegration) for 2004-2006.
Candidate of physical-mathematical science Sh. S. Agayev won grant NATO in 2003-2004. He went on an official journey to France, Institute of Nuclear Investigations on October 2, 2003-June 15, 2004.

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