A member of our Analysis & PDE Centre, Nurgissa Yessirkegenov, became
the Laureate of the State Youth Prize “Daryn-2021“
in the nomination Science. The State Youth Prize “Daryn” of the Republic of Kazakstan is awarded annually in order to support talented youth for fruitful scientific, creative, social activities, as well as for high sporting achievements.
Earlier, Nurgissa Yessirkegenov received several prestigious international awards for achievements in research among young scientists, such as “Santander Mobility Grant” (Great Britain, 2017), “Heidelberg Laureate Forum Grant” (Germany, 2017), “Doris Chen Merit Award” (Great Britain, 2018), “Doris Chen Mobility Grant” (Great Britain, 2018), Axioms Prize (Switzerland, 2018) and a grant from the London Mathematical Society “Early Career Fellowship” (Great Britain, 2019).
In January 2020 Nurgissa defended his PhD at Imperial College London (London, UK) on the topic: “Function spaces on Lie groups and their applications” under the guidance of Professor Michael Ruzhansky.
During his doctoral studies, Nurgissa received Imperial College’s highest “Doris Chen Merit Award” for talented PhD doctoral students. The Faculty of Mathematics of Imperial College London honors this award for exceptional early perspective and achievement, and it is presented on a rigorous competitive basis.
So far, Nurgissa has 22 scientific papers published in journals indexed in the Clarivate Analytics (ISI) Web of Knowledge database and 25 scientific papers in journals indexed in Scopus. He has a Hirsch index of 5 in the Clarivate Analytics (ISI) Web of Knowledge and Scopus databases.