Elena A. Annenkova

Ph.D.
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Education: 
  • 08.07.2018 – PhD in Acoustics from M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia. Thesis title: "Nonlinear dynamics of bubbles and liquid drops under the influence of intense acoustic waves". Supervisor: Dr. Oleg A. Sapozhnikov; official reviewers: V.I. Balakshy, A. A. Karabutov, and V.D. Svet; reviewing organization: M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University.

  • 01.03.2014 – 2018 – PhD Program: Department of Acoustics, Physics Faculty, Moscow State University (Russia). Specialization: Acoustics, thesis title: “Nonlinear dynamics of a vapor bubble expanding in a superheated region of a finite size”. Supervisor: Dr. Oleg A. Sapozhnikov.

  • 01.09.2012 – 31.01.2014 – MS Program (diploma with honors), Department of Acoustics, Physics Faculty, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia). Branch: Fundamental radiophysics and Physical electronics, speciality: Physical acoustics. Thesis title: “Ultrasound image formation of soft spherical scatterers”.

  • 01.09.2008 – 30.06.2012 – BS Program, Department of Acoustics, Physics Faculty, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia).

  • 01.09.2006 – 30.06.2008 – high school, Comprehensive school №1, Fryazino, Moscow area (Russia).

Honors/Awards: 
  • 2016  Finalist of the student’s paper competition organized by IEEE society (the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) 
  • 2015  Award from the Acoustical Society of America (Student Stipend Program) to assist the research of promising graduate students in acoustics
     
  • 2014- 2013  M.V.Lomonosov stipend for excellence in research and studies at the Physics Department of Moscow State University
  • 2013  Student stipend in theoretical physics from Dynasty Foundation
  • 2013- 2012  M.V.Lomonosov stipend for excellence in research and studies at the Physics Department of Moscow State University
  • 2012  Award for the best student presentation at the XXV Session of the Russian Acoustical Society, section on Wave Propagation and Diffraction
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