I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Mechanics from Yerevan State University in 2014. During my time there, I was a member of the Stochastic Geometry research group led by Professor Victor OHANYAN, who also served as my scientific adviser. Under his guidance, I completed two term papers, one of which was my final thesis titled "Mean Distance between Two Points in a Domain: Recognition of a Domain by Its Mean Distance between Two Points." The thesis received an excellent rating from the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics. 

This, along with my deep passion for Mathematics, motivated me to pursue my scientific education at the highest possible level and aspire to become a researcher. As a result, I made the decision to continue my studies in France by pursuing a Master's degree in Fundamental Mathematics.

In 2014, I applied for and was awarded a Master's scholarship from the Center Henri Lebesgue for international students. This prestigious scholarship provided me with the opportunity to join the Mathematical Department of the University of Rennes 1 and explore new horizons in my academic journey.

Considering the challenge of integrating into a new environment and adapting to the different teaching methods offered in Rennes without proficiency in the French language, I made a proactive decision to enroll in French lessons at the University of Rennes 2 and CIREFE (Centre International Rennais d'Etudes de Français pour les Étrangers) alongside my primary studies. In 2015, I successfully completed the first half of my Master's degree, earning a TER (Travail d'Étude et de Recherche) under the supervision of Professor Karim BEKKA and graduating with distinction ("Cum Laude").

For my second year of Master's, I had the opportunity to join the research group in analysis with a minor in Partial Differential Equations at IRMAR (Institut de Recherche Mathématiques de Rennes). In the first semester of Master 2, I had the privilege to work under the supervision of Professor Zied AMMARI on a project titled "A Characterization of the Regulatory Effect for a Schrödinger Operator" as part of the Master 2 seminar. I am proud to have been awarded a distinction "Cum Laude" for this work.

Driven by my interest in the mathematical analysis of inverse problems, I reached out to Professor Eric SOCCORSI (Aix-Marseille University) to pursue an internship during my Master's program. Under his guidance, I delved into the fascinating realm of mathematical analysis of time-fractional partial differential equations. This internship took place at CPT (Centre de Physique Théorique) and opened up new horizons in both Mathematics and the applied sciences.

After completing my Master's degree, I embarked on a new academic journey at Ghent University, situated in the enchanting city of Ghent, Belgium. I am currently serving as a research assistant in Applied Mathematics under the supervision of Prof. Shodhan Rao. In this role, I have the privilege of delving deeper into my field of interest and expanding my knowledge. Additionally, I hold a position as a teaching assistant at Ghent University Global Campus, which is located in Incheon, South Korea.

These roles allow me to contribute to both the research and educational aspects of academia, fostering an enriching and diverse experience. I am grateful for the opportunities to expand my knowledge and engage with a global academic community at two remarkable campuses.

I successfully defended my PhD privately at Ghent University Global Campus in Incheon, South Korea, on December 21, 2022, and later had my public defence at Ghent University in Ghent, Belgium on January 19, 2023. 

Following my graduation, I continued to contribute to academia as a dedicated teaching assistant at Ghent University Global Campus until June 1st. Excitingly, I have recently joined the University of Seoul, Seoul, South Korea, as a research professor in the Environmental Toxicology lab of Prof. Jinhee Choi. This new opportunity marks an important chapter in my research career, and I am thrilled to delve into new avenues of exploration and make meaningful contributions to the scientific community.

After completing my first postdoctoral research position at the University of Seoul, I embarked on a new academic journey by joining the prestigious CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and the University of Montpellier. In this exciting phase of my career, I have the privilege of working in the Laboratory of Pathogen and Host Immunity within the research team of Computational Systems Biology led by Professor Ovidiu Radulescu.