Head of the department
Head of the department of automation of manufacturing processes
Brejdo Joseph Vulfovich
Doctor of Technical Sciences of the Russian Federation (1997);
Doctor of Technical Sciences of Kazakhstan (1998);
Academician of the International Informatization Academy (2000);
Academician of the National Academy of Natural Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2009).
Member of the Advisory Board on Physics and Energy Committee on supervision and certification in the field of education and science (Astana), 2005 -2008 years;
Member of doctoral dissertation council at AIPET (Almaty), 1999-2005;
Member of the Republican expert on examination of textbooks Council of the MES RK (from 2004 y. till now)
Member of the Republican educational-methodical section on electric power at AIPET (from 2004 y. till now)
Member of the defense of dissertations PhD Council at KazNTU (Almaty).
Proffessor J.V. Breido is the Head of the international scientific and educational project “Synergy” of KSTU, which involves Baltic State Technical University “Voenmech”, Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University), Omsk State Technical University, Sevastopol National Technical University and the company TTSI (the group to Festo, Austria, Germany).
The responsible from KSTU specialty “Power Engineering” at the University of Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
J.V. Breido is the president of the International Organization for automation “DAAAM” in Kazakhstan (headquartered in Vienna); member of the international scientific committee “DAAAM”.
The owner of the State grant ” teacher of the university” in 2005 and 2012. The owner of the State scientific grant for scientists and experts who have made outstanding contributions to the development of science and technology for 2009-2010.
He awarded the Medal for the development of science in the Republic of Kazakhstan, the winner of the city contest “Zamandas 2010” for his contribution to science.
– the medal “20 years of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan”;
– a badge of honor KSTU “For special merits”, 2005.