Farkhad ALIMUKHAMEDOV

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CV Farkhad Alimukhamedov 2016

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Présentation


Mots clés :

Science politique, Relations internationales, Migrations, Mobilités

Recherche

Research Projects

  • September 2016- July 2017 Project Member. Comparative political, economic and environmental study of energy supplier countries (Caucasus and Gulf region). Financed by Qatar University, SESRI
  • May 2014- June 2015 Project Coordinator. Social Life of African Students Enrolled at Higher Educations Institutions in Ankara. Financed by Turgut Özal University BAP Project (7000 Turkish Lira)
  • May 2012- October 2014 Project Member. Half A Decade in Turkey : Ambassadorial Insights. Financed by Turgut Özal University BAP Project (25000 Turkish Lira)

EU mobility projects

  • Obtention of extra funds for student training mobility under Erasmus+ framework from external sources (Ankara Chamber of Commerce and HUSBIK Consortium in 2015 and 2016)
  • Obtention of extra Erasmus+ grant under Key For Action 103 project (20% increase in 1 year) and (30% increase in 2 years)
  • Obtention of Key For Action 107 grant (65000 euros for academic exchange with Lobachevsky State University of Nizhni Novgorod and Moscow Financial University)

Enseignement

Courses in English

  • Political History (undergraduate, 45 hours per semester, 5 ECTS)
  • Introduction to International Relations (undergraduate, 30 hours per semester)
  • Introduction to Political Science (undergraduate, 30 hours per semester)
  • History of Political Thought (undergraduate, 45 hours per semester, 5 ECTS)
  • Central Asia and Caucasus (undergraduate, 45 hours per semster, 5 ECTS)
  • Introduction to Sociology (undergraduate, 45 hours per semester, 5 ECTS)
    Courses in Turkish
  • History of Political Thought (undergraduate, 45 hours per semester, 5 ECTS)
  • Central Asia and Caucasus (undergraduate, 45 hours per semester, 5 ECTS)
  • Central Asia and Caucasus (graduate, 45 hours per semester, 8 ECTS)
  • Post-Soviet Politics (graduate, 45 hours per semester, 8 ECTS)
  • Russian Politics (graduate, 45 hours per semester, 8 ECTS)
  • International Migration (graduate, 36 hours per semester, 7 ECTS)
    Courses in French
  • Introduction à la politique d’Asie centrale (graduate, 14 hours)

VISITING AND OTHER TEACHING POSITIONS

  • April 2015 Milano State University. Milano. Italy (Erasmus)
  • February 2014 Lapland University. Rovaniemi, Finland (Erasmus)
  • June 2013 George Mason University and Turgut Özal University joint summer school.
  • December 2012 Vistula University. Warsaw, Poland. (Erasmus)
  • October 2009 Institute of Political Sciences. Toulouse, France.
  • ACADEMIC SUPERVISION
    Ph.D. Thesis : Mehmet Kılıc, « Fear factor in presidential elections in Turkey (1923-2007) », 2016

OTHER POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • 2015-2016 Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, Turgut Özal University
    Annual student exchange (70 outgoing and 10 incoming), annual staff exchange (20 outgoing and 5 incoming).
  • 2012-2016 Committee of the Institute for Foreign Languages, Turgut Özal University
    Recruitment, curricula development
    2012-2016 Mentor/ Supervisor for international students, Turgut Özal University
  • 2012-2014 Erasmus Departmental Coordinator, Turgut Özal University
    Annual student exchange (30 outgoing and 2 incoming)
  • 2012-2013 INTOCBEPS (International Turgut Özal Congress on Business, Economics, and Political Science) Congress Organizing Committee Member
  • 2008-2009 Head of International Relations Department, Süleyman Demirel University
  • 2006-2007 UNESCO Forum Global Colloquium Organizing Committee Member

Publications

  • Alimukhamedov, F (Forthcoming) Analyse politique des strategies des pays d’Asie centrale envers de leurs “diasporas” Alimukhamedov, F & Akçay, E (2016), Internationalization of Higher Education in Turkey : The case of African Students in Ankara, INTOCBEPS Conference Proceedings, (pp. 588-597), Ankara
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2015), Turkey’s Central Asia policy in the changing World : priorities, policies and actions, South East European Journal of Political Science, Vol III, No 2 (pp. 109-131), Bucharest
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2015), The Analysis Of International Student Migration Towards Turkey, Bilge Strateji, BİLGESAM, (pp.117-132), Ankara
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2014), Turkish Foreign Policy towards Central Asia. Understanding the differences between Özalism and Justice and Development Party (AK Party) politics, JOBEPS, Turgut Özal University,(pp.75-95), Ankara
  • Akçay, E, Alimukhamedov, F, Ertosun, E, Qoraboev, I, (Ed) (2014), Half A Decade in Turkey : Ambassadorial Insights, Ankara, Turgut Özal University Press
  • Akçay, E, Alimukhamedov, F and Qoraboev,I, (2014) Following in Ambassadorial Footsteps, in
  • Akçay, E, Alimukhamedov, F, Ertosun, E, Qoraboev, I, (Ed) Half A Decade in Turkey : Ambassadorial Insights, (pp. 9-18), Ankara, Turgut Özal University Press
  • Akçay, E. & Alimukhamedov, F. (2013). (Ed) Refugee- Asylum Seeker Policy of Turkey in the Light of Recent Developments, Workshop Proceedings, Ankara, JWF
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2013). Importance of ROC in Russian Foreign policy in the Middle East, in E. Akçay et al. (Eds.) Religious Geopolitics of the Middle East (pp.59-77), Ankara, Akçağ
  • Akçay, E. & Alimukhamedov, F.(2013). Redifining the Contemporary Relations between Turkey and Uzbekistan. Dumlupınar University Journal of Social Sciences,36, (pp.235-243), Kutahya
  • Akçay, E. & Alimukhamedov, F.(2013) Reevaluating Contemporary ‘Diaspora Policy’ of Turkey, Suleyman Demirel University, IIBF, Dergisi, Volume 1, (pp. 103-115), Sparta
  • Akçay, E. & Alimukhamedov, F.(2013), Diasporasını Arayan Türk Dünyasi : Mümkünün sınırları, XXI Century Research Institute’s Journal, No 50, (pp. ), Ankara
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2012) Les particularités de l’Ouzbékistan dans la gestion de ses migrations internationales, Anatoli N% 3, CNRS, (pp 165-186), Paris
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2009) Social determinations of Uzbek student migrants to Western countries, Europe in motion. Society, Labour Market and Sustainability in the Age of Migration. Collection of papers from the 3rd Forum of Social Sciences PhD Students International Seminar, (pp.8-17), Bratislava
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2009) ’L’enseignement supérieur en Asie centrale’, SDU xabarshisi, N%9, (pp 80-86), Almaty
  • Alimukhamedov, F. (2008) ’Making Europe More Attractive for Highly Skilled Migrants : The Strategies Used by EU Countries to Attract Foreign (non EU) Students, Rethinking Global Migration : Practices, Policies, and Discourses in the European Neighbourhood. GLOMIG Conference Proceedings (pp. 209-218), Ankara

Liens

Les particularités de l’Ouzbékistan dans la gestion de ses migrations internationales [Texte intégral]
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