|Dr. Baiysh Nurmatov|
Director, Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications
Deputy Director, Director, State Communications Agency under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic
Director, State Telecommunication Inspectorate of the Ministry of Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic
Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Dean of Faculty of Telecommunications, Kyrgyz Technical University
Engineer, Chief Engineer for radio-relay and satellite communication stations, Ministry of Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic
Dr. Baiysh Nurmatov has acquired:
?experience of practical work with radio equipment. From 1970 to 1995, he worked on the design, manufacture, adjustment and operation of telecommunication equipment;
? experience of scientific research. From 1975 to 2000, he was engaged in scientific research in the fields of broadcasting, space radiocommunications and spectrum economy, and from 2000 to the present has been researching the influence of high mountainous conditions on digital fixed and broadcasting radio service networks;
?experience in the regulation of telecommunication market. From 1995 to 2011, has supervised and directly participate in the drafting of all normative and legal instruments including the Telecommunications Act regulating domestic activities in the field of telecommunication. At present Dr. B. Nurmatov has took part in the drafting of amendments and additions to the existing Telecommunications Act. From 1997 to 2010 Dr. B. Nurmatov’s area of competencies in the organ of state regulation were spectrum management, licensing, certification and state supervision in the field of telecommunications;
?international experience. Since 1995, has played an active part in various events organized by the International Telecommunication Union and Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications (RCC). Since 2007 Dr. B. Nurmatov is elected member of the ITU Radio Regulations Board.
Awarded the Kyrgyz Republic's "Dank" (Glory) Medal for his contribution to telecommunication
development. For his research on the influence of high mountainous conditions on digital radio signal propagation, Dr Nurmatov was awarded the Kyrgyz Republic state prize for science and technology (2004).