Abdussamatov Habibullo Ismailovich
Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Abdussamatov Habibullo Ismailovich born on october 27, 1940, in Samarkand, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union (now Uzbekistan). Education: Samarkand State University (1962), faculty of physics and mathematics; graduate courses in Leningrad State University (1965-1967), faculty of mathematics and mechanics; postgraduate course in Pulkovo Observatory (1966-1969). Works in Pulkovo Observatory since 1964: researcher trainee (1964-1966), postgraduate (1966-1969), junior researcher (1969-1982), senior researcher (1982-1999), leading researcher (1999-2004), head of the Space Research Sector (2004-2006), head of the Space Research laboratory (2006-2010). At the present time, he is the head of the Space Research Sector of the Sun at Pulkovo Observatory (since 2010) and the head of the Lunar Optical Observatory project. He is an expert in the area of solar physics and of the solar-terrestrial physics as well as the climate. He is an independent scientist on natural climate change issues. He is featured on page 140 of the 2009 U.S. Senate Report of More Than 700 Dissenting Scientists Over Man-Made Global Warming. The European Scientific-Industrial Chamber in 2013 awarded him with a gold medal (No. 0188) and presented a Diploma DI Merito for a fundamental contribution to space research. He is the author of some 180 scientific publications, including four scientific monographs along with seven scientific patents.
Abdussamatov Habibullo Ismailovich's research interests are physics of the sun & global warming scepticism.