Bilichenko Ekaterina Nikolaevna


Bilichenko Ekaterina Nikolaevna

Faculty : Energy, Automation and Telecommunications

Department of Energy Systems

Academic degree: Master of Engineering and Technology

Position: senior lecturer


- Bachelor of the specialty “Technical Physics” (2004-2008), Karaganda State University named after. E.A. Buketova;

- Master of Engineering and Technology in the direction of “Optotechnics” (2008-2010), Tomsk Polytechnic University.

From 2010 to the present, she has been working at the Department of Energy Systems of the Karaganda Technical University named after Abylkas Saginov, as a senior lecturer. Teaches the disciplines of the department: “Installation, operation of electrical equipment and electric lighting”, “Electrical engineering”, “Electrical engineering and electric drive”, “Climate change and green energy”, “Electric power engineering”, “CAD in the electric power industry”, “Electromechanical installations of mining and general industrial enterprises”.

Responsible for the department:

Responsible for the department:

- Planning of teaching load for the department;

- Quality Commissioner;

- Development of RUP EP for undergraduate and graduate programs;

- Secretary of the department;

- Minutes of department meetings, Department work plan, Department readiness report for the new academic year.

Scientific and teaching experience – 15 years.

In total, based on the results of scientific activities, 30 scientific works were published, including 5 articles and 25 abstracts of reports at various conferences – 5 foreign, 20 – the Republic of Kazakhstan, 5 certificates of state registration of rights to an object of copyright.

He is the executor of the project AR14869145 “Development of an intelligent fiber-optic system for monitoring the geotechnical condition of mine workings in quarries and open-pit mines.”

In 2023, she completed the advanced training course “Interdisciplinary collaboration in the scientific and pedagogical activities of university teachers.” Successfully completed an internship in the field of electrical measurements and control systems at Tomsk State University.