Kazakhstan is the world’s largest landlocked country, and the ninth-largest in the world, with an area of 2,724,900 square kilometers. It is a transcontinental country largely located in Asia, most western parts are in Europe. Kazakhstan is the dominant nation of Central Asia economically, generating 60% of the region’s GDP, primarily through its oil and gas industry. It also has vast mineral resources. The students of Team Kazakhstan are from the cities of Almaty and Karaganda.
Bakhtiar Temirov, team captain
He likes mechanical engineering and has been working on the VEX Robotics platform as a constructor. He likes building and experimenting with different mechanisms. Because of his love of robotics and technology, he always reaps the benefits of his efforts. He is good at working in a team and inspires teammates to achieve high goals. He also likes helping younger students at school, giving them much valuable advice.
Erzhan Kabdykairov, lead programmer
He would like to be a software engineer, and his favorite subject is maths. He is very passionate about Arduino and made a lot of projects. He loves researching and designing cool stuff. He is also very good at creating mobile apps, websites, and more.
Kassym Yeltay, team fitterman
Since childhood, he loved to play with engineering construction kits. And his childhood dream came true. He is now a constructor in our team. He began training at 13 years old. And he is not only interested in robotics, but he also loves to play football. He has a life position: “Do not say ‘I cannot’, say ‘I do’.”
She is an ambitious student who loves to study. Her hobbies are playing ping-pong and reading books. Apart from that, Dilnaz enjoys creating products that support healthcare digitalization. She is also concerned with ecological issues we face today and believes that robotics skills might help in proposing a valuable solution.
Likes to play the guitar and read books. He considers it his duty to use his knowledge for the benefit of society. He dreams of becoming a person who can make the world a better place for everyone. He has no favorite subject, but he likes to compete with his friends both in mathematics and in physics.
2018 Team Video