In 2008, Ekaterina Tambulatova graduated from St. Petersburg State University of Refrigeration and Food Processing Technologies with a major in the technology of preserves & food concentrates.
In 2010, she received her PhD in thermophysics and theoretical heat engineering.
In November 2002, she joined the Physics department and worked as a senior laboratory assistant, engineer, assistant and senior lecturer. In 2012 she was an associate professor at the Physics department.
In 2017, Ekaterina Tambulatova became the deputy head of the School of Biotechnology and Cryogenic Systems and head of the Life Science School. And in 2020, she was selected as the dean of the Faculty of Energy and Ecotechnology.
She has taken part in over 20 R&D projects.
Thermophysical measurements and instrumentation, studies of thermophysical properties of substances and materials in a wide temperature range
Awards and achievements
2009 – the winner of the St. Petersburg grant competition for students and young scientists
2011 – the winner of the second University-wide competition of project proposals held by ITMO.