- "I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them" Isaac Asimov
"The essence of mathematics is its freedom" Georg Cantor
It is my great pleasure to welcome your membership in our School of Science and Technology community at Nazarbayev University. We are very excited for you to embark in this great adventure with the School of Science and Technology and our partners from some of the great teaching and research Universities in the West including, University College London, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Wisconsin, Duke University, University of Pittsburgh and others who have helped establish our world-class curricula, recruit top-notch faculty, and pursue cutting edge research for all the University colleges including the School of Science and Technology.
In the School of Science and Technology, students are afforded the opportunity to develop career building skills such as scientific communications, personal study skills and project planning. You are encouraged and allowed independent thinking while integrating knowledge from a variety of disciplines. You will master creativity, being a self-starter, and be facile in acquiring and interpreting data. You will know the scientific method of data gathering and analysis. As a well-trained and knowledgeable consumer of scientific knowledge and technology, you will better prepare to explore your future career aspirations and serve your community, and your country.
The foremost duty and vision of Nazarbayev University is to train the future leaders and captains of industry in Kazakhstan. To help you achieve this lofty goal, the School of Science and Technology employs highly-qualified scientists and teachers from well-established universities worldwide. The faculty is dedicated to better serve you through enhanced teaching technologies, current teaching modalities to accommodate different learning styles, including utilizing verbal, visual, auditory, tactile (hands on) approaches best suited for individual student needs. In addition, the School equips classrooms with the latest instructional technologies to optimize classroom and laboratory learning. Finally, the School of Science and Technology excels in providing students a well-rounded education supplemented through additional personal and social development opportunities including organized interest groups, clubs, competitions, exhibitions, seminars, as well as national and international presentations and competitions which enrich the student learning experience. Our students have achieved numerous awards, recognitions, and medals internationally. Seventy five students achieved meritorious naming to the Dean’s list.
We expect that these outstanding achievements will continue and make your Nazarbayev University experience memorable and extremely rewarding. I look forward to meeting each of you and extend my best wishes for your success.
Argyn Nurtazin - SST student participated at the city-wide contest among dombra players “Sounds of Great Steppe” dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of Kazakh Humanities & Law University. Argyn performed one of the complex folk masterpiece “Zhumyr Kylysh” (Rounded Sword) composed by Makhambet and won the 3rd prize! Congratulations, Argyn and the best wishes to your art development!
The Nazarbayev University team consisting of School of Science and Technology students Nurlan Kanapin, Adilet Zhaxybay and Anuar Dikhanov was selected as a finalist of International Collegiate Programming Contest to be held in Yekaterinburg in June 2014.
Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics Systems (ARMS) Laboratory members attended the prestigious 2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA 2013) which took place in a lovely port city Takamatsu of Kagawa prefecture between 4th and 7th of August
Four Nazarbayev University students have obtained a patent on a new design for a fixed-wing motorized model airplane with the help of a researcher familiar with the patent process.
The students also are applying for a patent on a model airplane whose lift comes from rotors similar to a helicopter’s.