She graduated from NMetAU in 1996 on a speciality "Thermophysics, automation and ecology of thermal units in the steel industry". From 1996 to 1999 she was a post graduate student of NMetAU on a speciality 05.16.02-"Ferrous Metallurgy". From 1999 to 2006, she worked as a junior researcher and an assistant professor of the Department of Heat-Engineering and Ecology of Metallurgical furnaces. In 2005, she defended her thesis on "Improvement in the work of continuous furnaces of rolling production for the energy saving". Since 2006, she has been working as an Associate Professor of the The department of Ecology, Heat-Transfer and labour protection.
Subjects taught in NMetAU:
Optimization of heat engineering processes and equipment.
Mathematical methods of optimization.
Process technology by specialty.
Fuel and its combustion.
Scientific interests Power efficient technologies of materials thermal treatment. Increasing of energy efficiency of the industrial furnaces. Rational use of waste energy.