Patent Attorney (Russia and Eurasia)
Saint Petersburg

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.


Russian and English


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.