Akmalova Y.A.

Akmalova Yulia A.

Assistant

Office of Academic Programs: Division of Biotechnology (413) / Institute of Engineering Physics for Biomedicine
Works at MEPhI since 2010
Work Experience: 5 years

Education

2011 — National Research Nuclear University MEPhI

Courses

1. Informatics: Programming in C++
2. Magnetic Resonance Tomography
3. Numerical Modeling in Medicine
4. Numerical Modeling in Physics
5. Numerical Physics (Pc Practice)
6. Physical Chemistry of Positron and Positronium
7. Principles of Medical Databases Development
8. Tomographic Methods in Medicine

Publication activity

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h-index (Web of Science)
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  1. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Gate simulation of Compton Ar-Xe gamma-camera for radionuclide imaging in nuclear medicine // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 784, No. 1 doi
  2. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Evaluation of positron implantation profiles in various materials for 22Na source // Acta Physica Polonica A, 2017 Vol. 132, No. 5 pp. 1482-1485 doi
  3. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Ordering processes in Fe-Ga alloys studied by positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy // MATERIALS LETTERS, 2016 Vol. 171, Q1 pp. 46-49 doi
  4. Article
    MEPhI publication
    Source Correction for Positron Lifetime Spectroscopy of Liquid Biological Tissues Using GATE/GEANT4 Simulation // Nuclear Physics and Engineering Using GATE/GEANT4 Simulation, 2013 Vol. Т. 4, No. N 11-12 pp. 1016-1024

  1. 2017 12th International Workshop on Positron and Positronium Chemistry PРС-12 Report: Evaluation of e+ implantation profile for 22Na positron source
  2. 2017 International School "Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, Cosmology and Dark Matter, Cancer Therapy" Report: Investigation of different materials with positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy
  3. 2016 Radiation technologies. Nuclear medicine
  4. 2016 The 1st International Symposium on “Physics, Engineering and Technologies for Bio-Medicine” Report: Simulation of the localdose enhancement inside the cell for combination radiation therapy with gold nanoparticles