For the last 15 years, he has been researching dangerous exogenous geological processes, such as debris flows, landslides, rockfalls, avalanches, etc. in the Kyrgyz Republic, including the northern and southern regions of the republic. Since 2008, he has been researching potential hazardous high mountain lakes (GLOF). In 2016, he defended his thesis on the topic “Dynamics of debris flows of the Northern Tien Shan”, where one of the chapters was devoted to the reconstruction of past debris flows using the dendrochronological method, in close cooperation with the University of Bern, Switzerland.
From 2019 to 2020, he continued his scientific career at Charles University, Prague, as a postdoc, where he worked under the guidance of Professor Bogumir Jansky on the study of the formation and development of high mountain lakes in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Since 2021, he began working in the civil service in the Department of Monitoring and Forecasting of Emergency Situations under Ministry of Emergencies Situations as the head of the Analysis and Forecasting Division. He has scientific publications in international peer-reviewed journals, one monograph on “Potential Hazardous Lakes of the Kyrgyz Republic”. He is a member of the International Mudflow Association, the Scientific and Technical Council of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Dissertation Council of the Institute of Water Problems and Hydropower of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic.