MSc Research Students

 

Irina Fedorova (2016-2017)

Irina Fedorova received her Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2011 from the Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. Starting from the first year of Bachelor’s degree studies at Engineering Department she was involved into research on neuromorphic circuits design. Her interest includes memristive circuits and logic cells that could be used along with conventional CMOS circuits for designing neuromorphic vision system. The focus of her current work is Hierarchical Temporal Memory.  

Olga Krestinskaya (2016-2017)

Olga Krestinskaya received her Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2011 from the Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. Currently she is doing her Master's Degree in the Nazarbayev University. During the undergraduate study, she conducted the research on memristive circuits and bio-inspired algorithms. Currently, she focuses on hierarchical temporal memory and pattern recognition algorithms.

Anuar Dorzhigulov (2015-2016)

Anuar Dorzhigulov has received his bachelor of electrical and electronic engineering degree in 2015 from Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan. Currently studying towards MSc degree in the same field. During the undergraduate years, his main focus in the research was neuromorphic electronic circuits and systems and bio-inspired algorithms. Currently working on the developing of the mechanistic model of the human visual system.

Sultan Duisenbay (2015-2016)

Sultan received his Bachelor's degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, in 2015. Currently he is doing his Master's Degree in the same university. He is conducting research concerning the neuromorphic CAM array architectures utilizing memristors with Professor Alex James. He joined Nazarbayev University's BioMicrosystems Group with Professor James in head in April 2016. His main duty within the research group lies in simulation of various memristor models and their incorporation into CAM array circuits.

Nazgul Dastanova (2015-2016)

Nazgul Dastanova received the B.S. degree from the Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, Almaty, Kazakhstan in 2015, and currently doing her M.S. degree at the School of Engineering, Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan. Her research interests include the memristor based real time image processing.