Vice-Rector for EMW CAIU

Ignashova Lyudmila Viktorovna

Ignashova Lyudmila Viktorovna – Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor. She was born on October 9, 1978 in Langer, South Kazakhstan region.

In 1995 she graduated with honors from the V.I. Lenin G. Langer Secondary School No. 1, and in 2000 she graduated with a red diploma from the M.Auezov South Kazakhstan State University with a degree in 3704 – “Software and hardware for computing equipment and networks”.In 2003, she entered the postgraduate course of the South Kazakhstan State University. M.Auezova majored in 05.17.08 – “Processes and apparatuses of chemical technologies”, upon completion of which in 2007 she successfully defended her PhD thesis and received the degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences (diploma of Candidate of Sciences: GC No. 0001762, by decision of the Committee for Control in the Field of Education and Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated 08.04.2008, Protocol No. 5). In 2012, she received the title of associate professor in the specialty 05.13.00 – Computer Science, computer engineering and management.

She started her career in 2000 at the South Kazakhstan Regional Humanitarian Institute, which was subsequently renamed the Mardan Saparbayev Institute, and then, as a result of the merger with the International Humanitarian and Technical University, was reformed into the Central Asian Innovation University. Lyudmila Viktorovna works here to this day.

During her time at this institute, she went from a royal teacher to a Vice-rector for educational and methodological work. She also held the positions of Vice-Rector for Research and MS, Head of the Educational and Methodological Department.

The field of scientific activity is information technology, software and hardware, automated information systems, databases, information and communication networks, CASE technologies, information security. Ignashova Lyudmila Viktorovna has published more than 80 scientific articles, 15 teaching aids, 7 textbooks and textbooks.