Yerkebulat TOKMAGAMBETOV

REPUBLICAN STATE ENTERPRISE KAZRESTAVRATSIYA, KAZAKHSTAN, DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL. caal technical specialist Yerkebulat is an architect and passionate about creativity, scientific understanding and the search for new solutions. He always strives for self-improvement, inspired by the richness and diversity of cultural heritage and the skill of ancient architects. These are unique Saki monuments, majestic constructions of Karakhanids and Timurid times, monumental complexes and religious monuments of the period of the Kazakh Khanate, as well as Medieval cities and settlements. Stretching from his beginnings as a young specialist architect to his current position as… Read More

Mavlyuda YUSUPOVA

Institute of Art Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, head of the department of architecture. caal team leader. Mavlyuda is most inspired by the opportunity to engage in scientific creativity, explore and discover new facets of Central Asian architecture; participating in the restoration and preservation of the architectural heritage of Uzbekistan; collaborating with local and foreign colleagues. After graduating from the Faculty of Architecture, Tashkent Polytechnic Institute she worked as senior architect on restoration of cultural monuments at the Uzbek Scientific Research Design Institute of Restoration. Her… Read More

Sergey ZAKHAROV

archaeological expertise, director and caal team leader Sergey’s previous education in and subsequent work teaching history, followed by becoming a county level civil servant protecting cultural heritage has led him to a distinguished career participating in archaeological expeditions and conferences. Throughout, his career has been one step of further development after another leading to his current work at Archaeological Expertise. He is extremely interested in the Eneolithic settlement site at Botai in the North Kazakhstan Region with its early domestication of horses and other unique features. Sergey keenly participates in interdisciplinary collaborations.