Patent Specialist Irina Annenkova to join Papula-Nevinpat’s Chemistry and Process Technology team


Patent specialist Irina Annenkova has joined Papula-Nevinpat’s Chemistry and Process Technology team on 20 March 2023. Irina has a M.Sc. degree in energy technology from Aalto University, Finland.

Irina has previous work experience in academic research. She has also worked as a technical coordinator.

“I’m thrilled to join Papula-Nevinpat and look forward to the new challenges. I’m excited to bring my strengths and expertise to the team”, says Irina Annenkova.

“We all warmly welcome Irina to our team of IP experts. Her knowledge in energy technology, such as renewable energy, will broaden the team’s technology competence even further”, comments Linda Norrgård, European Patent Attorney, Director.

Irina will focus on assisting Papula-Nevinpat’s clients worldwide in their various patent matters in Eurasia.



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