The head of the laboratory is a candidate of technical sciences, an associate professor of the department "Automobile transport and traffic management"
Saukhanov Nurgazy Sergazievich
Naugazy Sergazievich Saukhanov graduated from Ust-Kamenogorsk Construction and Road Institute in 1992 with a degree in traffic engineering. He defended his thesis in May 2009 at the Kyrgyz State University of Construction, Transport and Architecture and on December 24, 2009, by the decision of the National Attestation Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic, was awarded the degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences (Ph.D.). By the decision of the Committee in the field of education and science of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 26, 2010 (protocol No. 3) a degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences (recertification) was awarded. The author of one monograph, the textbook "Zhol Kқғғғalysyn Kayymdastrudyң Tekhnalyk құraldary" approved by the RMMS and more than 40 scientific works.
Under his leadership in 2016, students of the group OPDK-4 Dzhumahanov Sh.U. and Askarbek N.A. took 2nd place in the Republican competition of students' research papers on the topic "Building a computer model for the distribution of traffic on the street-road network of the city of Aktobe".
And also the 1st place at the international youth scientific forum students of the group OPDK-301Kumarova Zh.K., іlіmbaev KB. Tleuzhanov M.A. on the topic “Қиылысқа бғдаршамреттеуін іngіzudің tіmdіlіgіn anıyқtau” were awarded a diploma of the first degree and a student of the group OPDr-3 Akhmetova L.K.
At the internal university research competition of students in 2017, a student of the OPDr-3 group Akhmetova LK She was awarded a diploma І degree.
In the laboratory the following research works are planned in the direction:
organization of an automated traffic management system;
project on the organization of the "green wave" on highways;
building a computer model of traffic flow distribution on the road network of the city of Aktobe;
application of fuzzy logic for traffic light regulation cycle modes in Aktobe.