Research Research Group is a Research and Development startup that is based in Tashkent. They design and develop smart solutions for the Agro-industry. In June 2022, and AU Engineering School have opened a joint research facility on AU's campus.

Some of's products include:

  • OXUS WS - smart agrometeorological system that collects and processes meteorological data through the solar-powered station and presents it in a user-friendly form in the dashboard.

  • Jayxun Trap - pheromone pest trap that uses Computer Vision to count the number of insects that has been caught and sends that information to the dashboard, where the data is compiled into multiple graphs that provide the user with an overview of the pest populations over time. Overall, the use of pesticides decreases as the farmers are able to make more informed decisions.

All of the products listed above are fully autonomous, as they are solar-powered and use GSM network to send the data to the cloud. Additionally, all of the products are designed and assembled in Uzbekistan. Most of the parts are produced in the in-house 3D printer from raw materials.

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Nonassociative algebras and Invariant Theory

Dr. Rustam Turdibaev is actively involved in research in the structural theory of nonassociative algebras and their representation theory, such as Lie, Leibniz, n-Leibniz algebras. Recently, he has been working on the algebra of invariants of pairs of matrices and the algebraic aspects of Calogero-Moser spaces using the Poisson algebra structure.

More on his research and relevant publications: rturdibaev

Geometric Invariant Theory

Professor Farkhod Eshmatov's research interests include representation theory, algebraic geometry, homological algebra, and mathematical physics.

He is especially interested in various interactions between these fields. His recent work is related to derived Poisson and symplectic geometry, algebraic homotopy theory and their applications to representation theory.

More on his research and relevant publications: feshmatov

Matrix Analysis

In Nov 2013, he went to Italy and got his Ph.D. degree in Feb 2017 from Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) & Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Nicola Guglielmi. In March 2020, he went to MIT-USA for his Post Doctoral studies under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Richard D. Braatz and he is mainly working on the problem of exploiting the hidden structure of N-Matrices appearing in Control. Dr. Mutti-Ur Rehman has broad research interests in the area of Numerical Analysis. Some areas of interest include the stability of numerical methods for differential equations, Matrix Nearness Problems, Matrix Computation, Stability, and Instability analysis of feedback systems in the linear control theory.