I was born in 1983 year in the country that not exist nowadays – USSR and particularly in Republic of Kazakhstan.
In 1991 year I moved to Russian republic Yakutiya in small city called Neryungry, where studied in middle and high school number 15 and 13. Also attended Neryungry Art School.
2001 – Entered in Novosibirsk State Technical University (NSTU), department of International relations and region studies.
2006 – Graduated “specialist” course and entered in post-graduate course (major is Social philosophy). At that time started research activity in a field of gender studies and problems related to processes of cultural globalization.
2011 – Graduation and obtaining scientific degree in the field of Social philosophy. The name of PhD thesis is “The transformation of gender relations in background of cultural globalization: The social-philosophy analysis”
2012 – Entered in master course of Osaka City University on department of “Creative Cities”.
I began researching problems of Work-Life Balance based on gender view and approach.
2014 – Successful graduation (with obtaining reward of “Master of the year”)
From 2014 till present – have entered in Doctoral course (the same Osaka City University, but different department – Human Life Science Department)
Social contribution and activity in Science Associations
since 2014 Japanese Association for Social Policy Studies (社会政策学会)
since 2015 Japanese Association for Russian and East European Studies (ロシア・東欧学会)
2015-2017 Osaka City University, The head of Foreign Students Association (大阪市立大学留学生会会長)
2016-2017 International Visual Sociology Association
since 2017 Japanese Society for the Study of Human Welfare and Culture (日本福祉文化学会)
since 2017 The Society for Comparative Family History (比較家族史学会)
scince 2017 Japan-Eurasia Society (日本ユーラシア協会)