Ulan Myrzakhan (2016-2017)
Ulan is currently pursuing B.S. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazahstan. His research interests include microelectronics engineering and circuit design. During Summer 2015 Ulan worked on design and development of a very small signal transceiver for special purpose as a part of research internship in Green Integrated Circuits and Systems lab at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Next year he completed Summer School program at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States. Currently Ulan is working on design and implementation of temporal memory system as a part of his captsone project.
Kamilla Aliakhmet (2016-2017)
Kamilla is a fourth year student majoring Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Nazarbayev University. Her areas of interest include wearable electronics, image processing and IC. She is currently involved in the design of memristive circuit for image processing.
Darya Mikhailenko (2016-2018)
Darya is a third year engineering student in Nazarbayev University, Astana. Her major is Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Mainly interested in Bioinspired electronics. Currently working on the design of memristive threshold logic.
Diana Sadykova (2016-2017)
Diana is pursuing B.S. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Nazarbayev University, Astana, Kazakhstan. In the beginning of 2015 Diana became an official member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Research interest is on brain-inspired neuromorphic systems. Currently, she is working on memristive design of variable pixel filters for image processing.
Aizhan Beisenbay (2016-2017)
Aizhan Beisenbay is fourth year student in Nazarbayev University majoring in Electrical and Electronics Engineering; she participated in several student symposiums in the university. Her research interest include signal and image processing, currently she is working on compressed sensing of analog images for sparse pattern recognition.