Mikhail received his Ph.D degree in Saint-Petersburg State University in 2016 with a focus on the properties of low energy neutrinos. His first Postdoc position was in the JUNO collaboration in Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou, China. There he contributed to phenomenological researches such as CP-violation, sterile neutrino, dark matter.
Mikhail worked in China till the end of 2020. After that, in 2021, he joined FAU Erlangen centre for astroparticle physics, working inside the KM3NeT collaboration. His main focus is the production of the instrument response function in an open science way, and later this IRF can be used in Dark matter or Extreme universe research projects of ESCAPE.