About me

I am a fith year PhD student in Physics at Stanford University. For the last three years I have been working as a research assistant in the group of professor Aharon Kapitulnik, where I use high–resolution optical Kerr effect measurements to study different condensed-matter systems, including novel metals, two-dimensional devices, and unconventional superconductors.

Prior to beginning my PhD track, I received Masters degree from Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in Theoretical Physics (GPA: 3.7) and Bachelor’s degree from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in Applied Physics (GPA: 3.9). During the time of my undergraduate and graduate studies in Moscow, I closely worked with researchers from Landau Institute of Theoretical Physics on problems of theoretical condensed-matter physics such as the magnetic breakdown in Weyl semimetals and anomalous elastic properties of graphene.

Summer Internship

I am actively looking for a Summer internship as Quantum Researcher or Hardware Engineer.