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oooh, orphan Template:No footnotes Baba Balaja oğlu Maharramli, Linguist scientist of Azerbaijan, turkologist, etymologist – ANAS Deputy Director on scientific work of Nasimi Institute of Linguistics.

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Baba Maharramli
Baba Maharramli
Birth date March 2, 1974 (41 age)
Birthplace Zangilan region, Sharifan village, Azerbaijan
Scientific field turkology, nostratic linguistics, etymology, comparative-typological linguistics
Work place: Nasimi Institute of Linguistics

Deputy Director on the scientific work

Academic degree: PhD in philology
Scientific Task: Chief Research Worker, docent

Life

Baba Balaja oğlu Maharramli was born on March 2, 1974 in the village of Zangilan region, Sharifan in an intellectual family. In 1991 he graduated from Hajalli village secondary school in Zangilan district with excellent marks. He graduated from Azerbaijan Pedagogical State University faculty of philology in 1996 with honors. He was a member of the University Student Scientific Society during his high education years, as he studied with excellent marks he was awarded with the scholarship named after J.Jabbarli. In 1999 he graduated from postgraduate study (present-day doctorate) of ANAS Nasimi Institute of Linguistics. Married, has got 2 children.

Scientific activity

He has begun his scientific activity in ANAS since 1996. He worked as junior researcher, scientific researcher, senior researcher, leading researcher in different years of his activity. In 2000 when he was 26 years old, he defended with the dissertation material "Semantic differentiated common nouns in Turkish and Azerbaijani" in the Defense Council operating under Baku State University. Expert Council of the Higher Attestation Commission under the President of Azerbaijan Republic approved this work for a month and gave him the degree of PhD in philology. He had got the scientific name of docent. In 2015 he worked as senior research worker of Turkish languages department, since April 2015 he has been working as Deputy Director on the scientific work of Nasimi Institute of Linguistics of ANAS. His doctoral dissertation has been dedicated to the root words, their phonological structure, and the creative process in them and ancient protected nostratic roots in the Turkic languages. He is the author of 4 books (collectively) and a monograph, 100 scientific articles (20 of them were published abroad). He got certificate on "The Turkish Language" after graduating TOMER language course of Turkey Ministry of Education. His works have been published in Germany, Turkey, Poland, Russia, Kazakhstan, Cyprus, Bosnia, Georgia, USA, and in Italy. He was the participant of the prestigious international turkological conferences held in abroad. He represented Azerbaijan at a high level in Cyprus - in 2011, Veterans Magusada, Near East University, the "Turkish Conference", Turkey - In 2011, Mugla, Istanbul State University, the "Fourth World Language Turkish" conference in Ankara, the Turkish Language Society in 2012 conducted "VII. Turkish Language Congress "in Poland - Warsaw in 2012, the" Second International Conference on Turkish in " the University of Warsaw, in Georgia - in 2012, Tbilisi, "International Turkological Conference" held in Tbilisi State University named after Javakhashvili devoted to V. Pilgrims’ memory. His articles in abroad have been published in Russian, Turkish, Polish and English. He is the Expert of the Science Development Fund under the President of Azerbaijan Republic.

Pedagogical Activity

He conducted lessons in Zangilan region secondary school No. 7 in 1996-1998, during 1998-2015 school-lyceum № 246 of Baku from the subject "the Azerbaijani language and literature", in 2009-2010, from the subject "Specialty Turkic languages" in Teachers' University. In 2010 a lesson program was published on the subject "Comparison of Turkic languages" in the same educational institution with the stamp of the Ministry of Education.

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