|Diana Davidova obtained a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Pedagogics in 2007 from Yerevan State University, Armenia with the thesis “Distributive lattices with an additional operation”. She obtained a master’s degree in Mathematics with specialization in Algebra in 2009 from Yerevan State University. The title of her master’s thesis is “Superproduct of algebras”. Both her bachelor and master theses are devoted to the study of lattices, bilattices and related concepts, a second ordered formulae (the so-called hyperidentities) within the theory of (bi)lattices. Some parts of her master thesis were presented at international conferences and have been published in international journals. Afterwards, she continued working with these concepts as a researcher at Yerevan State University. From 2014 till 2017 she worked as a lecturer at universities in Armenia. She changed the topic of her investigations in 2017, when she joined the Boolean functions team as a Ph.D student in October 2017. Currently her research focuses on the construction and analysis of cryptographical discrete functions, in particular, bent and APN functions.