Junior Researcher at the IOM RAS
Master's degree in Asian and African Studies
Born on December 2, 1995 in Saint Petersburg.
2012–2019 — student at St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Asian and African Studies.
2015–2016 — student at Central Institute of Hindi in New-Delhi.
2017 — bachelor degree in Indo-Aryan philology.
December 2018 — started working at the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS as a junior researcher at the Serindica Laboratory.
2019 — master degree in Asian and African Literatures.
October 2019 — entered the PhD course at the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts RAS. Major area of post-graduate study: Historiography, Study of Historical Sources and Methodology of Historical Studies. The title of the Dissertation: “Manuscripts from the southern oases of the Tarim basin as a source for the study of Buddhism (V–IX centuries)”. The dissertation supervisor: Dr. S. Kh. Shomakhmadov.
Major research interests are connected with the study of ancient Sanskrit manuscripts from Central Asia.
Mesheznikov A., Shomakhmadov S. The Updated Data on Sanskrit Manuscripts of the Serindia Collection (IOM, RAS): Perspectives of the Study // Written Monuments of the Orient. Vol. 6, No. 2(12), 2020. P. 22—42.