Zhukeshov Anuar was born on November 7, 1967 in the village of Aygiz, Semipalatinsk region. After graduating from the city secondary school in 1985, he entered the physical faculty of KazSU. Kirov, from where he was transferred to the physical faculty of the St. Petersburg State University in the direction of the target. From the 1st year of the St. Petersburg State University he was drafted into the army. After demobilization he continued his studies at the university and in 1994, with distinction, defended his thesis at the Department of Solid State Electronics. He started his labor activity in Semipalatinsk in the same year at Kazakhstankazel, the largest plant in Kazakhstan, as an electronics technician. A few months later he moved to work at JSC Kazagroprombank as an electronic engineer. Working career in KazNU al-Farabi began in 1998 at the Department of Optics and Physics of Plasma as a specialist of the 1st category, since 2000 he started teaching as an assistant. In 2003 he defended his thesis on the specialty "01.04.07-Physics of Condensed State". In 2009 he received the title of Associate Professor. In 2010, under the leadership of Academician F.B. Baimbetov defended his doctoral thesis on the specialty "plasma physics". Currently he works as a professor at the Department of Plasma Physics and Computer Physics. Scientific interests are related to the development and application of plasma accelerators, nanotechnology and industrial electronics. He has more than 100 scientific publications, published two monographs, a number of textbooks and manuals. He is the head of scientific projects financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. A.M. Zhukeshov pays great attention to the development of the material base of training laboratories and the content of special workshops. Supervises club work, research of students, undergraduates and doctoral students. Under his leadership, two candidate dissertations are protected.