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Azerbaijan State University of Economics ) is a public university located in Baku, Azerbaijan. ASUE was founded in 1930 and it is one of the biggest educational institutions of the South Caucasus. ASUE has 14 faculties, where 16 thousand students get education, and it offers master programs in 57 specialties, employing more than 1000 teachers, including 62 professors and 344 docents, among whom there are active members of the Azerbaijan National Academy of science, New York Academy of science, winners of state awards, honored teachers and scientists. ASUE is a full member of the European University Association, Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World, University Council of Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation and Eurasian Association of Universities. There are 650 undergraduate and postgraduate students from 10 countries of the world getting education at ASEU.In 2007 a Library and Information Center and a student career center started functioning at ASUE and also a new 7 floor educational building that meets the highest international standards was opened. The same year ASUE received the “European quality” award and the European Club of Rectors and European University Association. The strategic direction of ASUE development was to bring the educational process up to the international standards by 2010, finishing the international accreditation process and ensuring full compliance with Bologna Process, as well as more active participation in the international market of educational services. Wikipedia.


Abdinov A.S.,Baku State University | Babayeva R.F.,Azerbaijan State Economic University | Amirova S.I.,Baku State University | Ragimova N.A.,Baku State University | Rzayev R.M.,Baku State University
Semiconductors | Year: 2014

The effect of light from intrinsic and impurity optical absorption regions on free-carrier mobility in nominally undoped indium monoselenide n-InSe crystals with the initial dark conductivity σT0 = 10–3– 10–8 Ω–1 cm–1 at 77 K is investigated under different external conditions. The dependences of free-carrier mobility, positive and negative mobility memories, and quenching of the mobility memory on ilumination are established. A model based on partial disorder of the investigated crystals is proposed: this model satisfactorily interprets the experimental data obtained. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2014. Source


Abbasov A.M.,Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies | Hajiev A.H.,Azerbaijan Academy of Sciences | Shabanov S.A.,Azerbaijan State Economic University
AICT 2013 - 7th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies, Conference Proceedings | Year: 2013

The system of indicators and scientific success criteria on their basis has been constructed to compare the quality of the scientific results for universities in Azerbaijan. Based on the expert-statistical approach the weight ratios of indicators are calculated and ranking table for the 2011 year was constructed on the basis of the statistical data obtained from 'Science' section of Ministry of Education. © 2013 IEEE. Source


Abdinov A.Sh.,Baku State University | Babaeva R.,Azerbaijan State Economic University | Rzaev R.M.,Baku State University
Inorganic Materials | Year: 2012

We have studied the effect of external electric field on the transient response of the intrinsic pho toconductivity of n-InSe single crystals with various initial 77-K dark resistivities (φ d). The results demon strate that the behavior of the intrinsic photoconductivity of the crystals depends on both φ d and applied volt age. In low electric fields, the predominant process in both the low-resistivity and high-resistivity crystals is the capture of current carriers at stoichiometric point defects in low and higher electric fields, respectively. At the same time, in the high-resistivity crystals in high electric fields the influence of partial disorder related to the layered crystal structure of the material should be taken into account. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2012. Source


Guliyev R.A.,Azerbaijan State Economic University
Proceedings of the 2013 Joint IFSA World Congress and NAFIPS Annual Meeting, IFSA/NAFIPS 2013 | Year: 2013

Adaptive system of diagnosing a stratum condition on a three-layer neural network basis is offered for duly revealing possible complications in operational oil wells. Structured time series identified as binary matrixes were chosen in the input as forms of representing information on possible conditions of 'bottomhole zone - oil well' system. © 2013 IEEE. Source


Abdinov A.Sh.,Baku State University | Amirova S.I.,Baku State University | Babayeva R.F.,Azerbaijan State Economic University | Ragimova N.A.,Baku State University
Applied Physics | Year: 2015

Consideration is given to negative photoconductivity and infrared quenching of intrinsic photoconductivity in the pure and alloyed with rare-earth elements gallium monoselenide crystals (p-GaSe). It is shown that both negative photoconductivity and infrared quenching of the intrinsic photoconductivity in p-GaSe crystals are stipulated by presence in the forbidden zone two types of recombination centers-fast and slow ones. Their memory character is connected with a spatial heterogeneity of the material Possibility of creation of infraredphotoresistors with background and background-free effect based on pure and alloyed p-GaSe crystals is supposed. Source

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