I was born in 1967 in Irkutsk.

The school l graduated from located in Ulan-Ude, where I had moved to in early childhood. I entered the Department of Physics at Novosibirsk State University in 1984.

From 1985 to 1987 — military service.

Then I went ahead with studies at the University of Novosibirsk (specialization — Nuclear Physics, Particle detectors). I got interested in the Theory of Physical Structures, developing by NSU professor Yuri I. Kulakov, on my fourth year of study. After graduating in 1991, I defended my thesis, dedicated to looking for algebraic solutions in the Theory of Physical Structures. When writing the thesis, Yury I. Kulakov и Vladimir K. Lev were my advisors.

1991 was one of the first years when all graduates became able not to work by distribution. In that year, I and my friends started a private enterprise in order to develop various electronic devices and software, and introduce them.

I decided to go ahead with my studies while working. So, I took correspondence courses at the University of Gorno-Altaysk, where my scientific adviser Yuri I. Kulakov was working.

I got my PhD at the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics in 2017. Methods of abstract algebra, algebraic structures, and group theory were used to deal with issues.

Several works on this topic have been published by me. I have had numerous talks at Russian and international conferences on physics and mathematics, seminars at the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, NSU, MSU, GAGU, TGU, having presented new results. Now I’m working at the Department of General Physics of NSU.

My scientific outlook was primarily influenced by Vladimir K. Ionin, his seminars on the theory of gamma structures he developed, and his desire to understand the essence of the Theory of Physical Structures.

Married, three children.