SO IRINA

Patent Attorney (Russia and Eurasia)

Irina So is a Russian and Eurasian patent attorney.

Irina has authored several research articles on wave propagation, electromagnetism, optical physics, and femtosecond and attosecond laser pulses in peer-reviewed international physics journals. In addition, she is an author in scientific publications on color vision, digital image processing and television, and an inventor in a patent related to these fields.

She has also translated the book ‘Elastic waves: High-frequency theory’ by V. M. Babich and A. P. Kiselev, which was published by CRC Press in 2018.

Irina has been working at Papula-Nevinpat since 2010. Before joining our team, she worked at the Television Scientific Research Institute in St. Petersburg.

Languages

Russian and English

Education

Ph.D (Engineering Sciences) 2011, St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University; M.Sc. and B.Sc. First-class honours (Engineering Sciences) 2009, Baltic State Technical University ‘Voenmeh’; B.Sc. First-class honours (Mathematics and Physics) 2020, The Open University, United Kingdom.