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Im currently associate professor at Nazarbayev University in the Department of Computer Science. My research area is Computer Vision using Artificial Intelligence such as reasoning ad verification, decision making, bio-physical processing.

My secondary interests are in Quantum Logic Synthesis, Quantum finite State Machines and Quantum Decision Making and Quantum Computing used as simulation for Artificial Emotions.


Sept. 2001 - Jan. 2009 - PhD in Computer Engineering

Portland State University, Portland, USA

September 1998 - September 1999 - DEA in Sciences Cognitives,

Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France

September 1997 - June 1998 - Maitrise Science Cognitives

University Bordeaux II

September 1996 - June 1997 - Licence Science Cognitives

University Bordeaux II

September 1994 - June 1996 - DEUG Biology et Physiology Cellulaire

University Bordeaux I

work experience

August 2016 - Present - Computer Vision as AI, Quantum Computing, associate professor

Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan

August 2014 - August 2016 - Computer Vision as AI, Quantum Computing, assistant professor

Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan

2009 - August 2014 - Emotional Robotics, assistant professor

Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

2004 - 2008 - HPC computing, GA

Portland State University, Portland, USA

September 2002 - April 2003 - NSF Grant,

Application of Decomposition to Data Mining,

Freiberg Technical University, Freiberg, Germany

May 2003 - September 2003 - Intel Grant,

Development of Robotic Head,

KAIST, Daejeon, Korea

June 2000 - September 2001,

Research Assistant,

Institute of Informatics, Comenius niversity Bratislava

December 1999 - june 2000,

Research Assistant,

Slovak Academy of Sciences

Summer 1995,

Laboratory of marine biology ,

University Bordeaux I

Teaching Experience

2001 - June 2003

TA for LAB 2001,

TA for EAS 102,

TA for ECE 271/ ECE 272, ECE 572

TA for ECE 478/578


Student of the year 2007

Recipent of the Maseeh Student Scholarship 2008

work areas

Algorithms, Search, Planning, Decision Making:

Evolutionary Computation, Application of Genetic Algorithms to various

engineering and non-engineering related domains, Robotics (humanoid,

social robotics), algorithms, Quantum simulator

Logic Synthesis, Quantum Computing:

Future Technologies and Computing Paradigms:

Quantum Computing, Evolutionary synthesis of Quantum Circuits,

Synthesis of Quantum algorithms specified by n-local Hamiltonians,

Synthesis and optimizationof Quantum Circuits, biologically Inspired

Hardware and Use of Biological Properties in Hardware, Measurement

Based Computing

VLSI Design: Emotional Robotic Controllers on Chip

Logic Synthesis, Algorithms, Heuristics: Decomposition, Reversible Logic synthesis, Heuristics for Logic Synthesis, Technology dependent Quantum Logic Synthesis


Bioinformatics, Dynamic Systems, Multi-agent systems, Genetic

Algorithms, Neural Networks, Software engineering, Parallel

programming, Data analysis etc.

Emotional Robotics, Artificial Life, Behavioral Representations:

Intelligent Humanoid Robotics:

Robotic emotions, Emergent emotional behaviors, Quantum emotions and

Quantum behaviors, Human-Robot interaction, Robot-robot interaction,

formal languages and system, Robotic theater

Multi-agent based approach:

Cellular Automata (CA), Edge of the Chaos, Classification fo CA's,

Neural Networks, Quantum CA, Distributed Intelligence and Storage,

Visual processing and algorithms

Complex agent-like approach:

Adaptive Autonomous Dynamic Agents, Game theory, Hedonic functions,

Internal Representations, Perceptual-Motor Relations and articulations,

Robotic agents


Emergence of Life, Emmergence of Sens and Logic, Consciousness, Fast

Decision Making, Cognition, Emotion and Decison making, Emotion and

problem Solving - Aritifical Knowledge Representation, Knowledge

acquisition, Synthetic Silicon Life, Non-causal digital reasoning,

Digital non-determinism.