In 2009 he entered the Faculty of Physics, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University. Then he was assigned to the Department of Quantum Electronics. He defended his diploma on the topic "Adaptive Bayesian Quantum Tomography of the Polarization Ququart States". Since 2018, a researcher at the Quantum Technologies Center of Moscow State University. In addition to his scientific work, he teaches the course "The Basics of System Programming" in the master's program at QTC.
Areas of interest: quantum computing, quantum tomography, statistical estimation, variational quantum algorithms, C++/Python programming.