I started my PhD in the Applied Physics Research Group (APRG) in March 2017, before this, I worked as Physics teacher in the School of Physics at Eurasian National University
In June 2013, I received my master’s degree in Physics from Eurasian National University (Astana, Kazakhstan)
In June 2011, I received my undergraduate degree in Physics from Eurasian National University (Astana, Kazakhstan)
My current research is on novel oxide and 2D materials, in particular black phosphorous. At present, applications of these materials to new high-density energy and data-storage technologies are receiving considerable attention. Specifically, I am investigating the surface of these materials by using a Scanning Tunnelling Microscope. I am also interested in using computational calculations for atomistic simulations of the electronic structure of solid-state materials.