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Name, date of birth: Viktor Sergeevich Kharkovskii, born in 1938
Phone, e-mail: +7-705 3039038, 8-775 3209915, kharlovskiy38@mail.ru
Position: candidate of technical Sciences, Professor of the Department of “Mining aerology and labor protection”
Education: Karaganda state technical University, 1964g. Ph. D., Professor.
Work in the Department: since 1964, Professor of KSTU.
Work in other divisions: 1961-1964.
Main research interests: aerology, life safety, environmental protection.
Main publications for 5 years:
- Plotnikov V. M., Kharkov V. S., Oralova A. T., Tsoi N. K. Harmful substances and people. Analytical review. Karaganda: KF JSC “NCSTI”, 2014. – 28C;
- Analgesia overload at the coal mine “East” OA ” EEC ” Kazakhstan with a capacity of 3000-6000 hours. In 2014, the innovative patent of RK No. 78031 “device for dust-free overload of destroyed rock mass for belt conveyors” was recognized by the Academy of Sciences of China “TotheQuestionoftheDestructedRockmassmovementsregimeassessment” as an achievement of the 20th century and recommended for implementation in the coal mining industry. Dustiness of the working area is reduced by 2 orders of magnitude (240 times).
Membership in scientific and professional societies:
- academician of MANEB in the section “life Safety” (1995.);
- academician of the new York Academy of Sciences with a DSc degree (1996) in physical and environmental production.
Awards and honors: Certificate of honor;
- In 1997. silver medal Agricola (Czechoslovakia) for introducing new knowledge in mining;
Insignia “miner’s glory 3 degree” in 2013 “miner’s glory 2 degree” 2018;
- National Academy of Mining Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan awarded the badge of honor “excellent student of mining science”.
Subjects and course Bachelor’s and master’s Degree:
- Management of technogenic and natural risks (lectures-2 hours per week);
- Labor protection and life safety basics (lectures-1 hour per week);
- Occupational safety (lecture-2 hours a week, practical classes-2 hours a week;.
- Utilization and elimination of production and consumption waste (lectures-1 hour per week, practical classes-1 hour per week);
- Ensuring human-environment interaction based on risk protection methods (lecture-2 hours per week);
Assessment of reliability, survivability and safety of technical systems (lecture 1 hour per week).