Kalambay Mukhagali Toktarbayuly graduated Al-Farabi Kazakh National University by speciality "5B061100 - Astronomy" and
working as an engineer at the Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute.
After graduating from the bachelor's degree, M.T. Kalambay started the master's program at the Al-Farabi Kazakh National
University in the specialty "6M061100 - Physics and Astronomy", which he successfully completed. During his masters, he was
actively engaged in research work, the results of which he reported at international conferences:
- Advances in Space Research and Technologies Almaty (October 20-25, 2015);
- Kazakhstan - China - Korea workshop held in NAOC, Beijing (December 12-16, 2015);
- Star Clusters - Dynamics and Observations, Heidelberg (27-29 June 2016).
Kalambay M.T. completed a summer internship at the Institute of Computational Astrophysics (Astronomisches Rechen-Institut,
Germany), after which he studied one semester by academic mobility at Heidelberg University (Heidelberg University, Germany).
After completing his Master's degree, Mukhagali began working as a teacher at the Department of Solid State and Nonlinear
Physics, Faculty of Physics and Technology, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. At the university, he organized the scientific
astronomical club "Supernova" for students. In 2018. Kalambay M.T. became one of the organizers of the International Asteroid
In 2018. Kalambay M.T. started the PhD program at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University.
Kalambay M.T. actively participated in the preparation and holding of the following international conferences:
- The Fesenkov readings workshop held in Astana, Kazakhstan (October 19-23, 2017);
- Kazakhstan - China - Korea workshop, Seoul NU (December 19-23, 2017).
Kalambay M.T. is a member of the international collaboration on computational astrophysics, which includes research groups from
Germany, China, South Korea and Ukraine. Working in this team, he successfully completed two-month internships at the
Astronomical Observatory of China (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 2019) and at the Astronomical Computing Institute of
Center for Astronomy of Heidelberg University (Germany, 2018). Also Kalambay M.T. is a member of the Office of Astronomy for
Education (OAE) of the National Coordinator of Astronomical Education (NAEC) at the International Astronomical Union.