Fedorova Tatyana Alexandrovna
Fedorova Tatyana Alexandrovna
Position:
Engineer
Department: DEPARTMENT OF RIVER BASIN HYDROLOGY

Education:

2003-2008 Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography, Dept. of Hydrology

2015-2020 Postgraduate courses, Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

 

Employment history:

2016- current time: Water Problems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (part-time)

2014-2015 -  JSC “Arctico” (part-time)

2008-2014 – JSC “Research and Survey Group O + K”

 

Main research interests:

Hydrodynamics, hydrology, hydroinformatics, numerical modeling of channel deformations

 

Author’s  profiles

ResearcherID: N-6446-2019

Scopus Author ID: 57205082271

IstinaResearcherID (IRID): 26879359

Elibrary: AuthorID: 881950

 

Essential publications:

A. Alabyan, V. Belikov, I. Krylenko, E. Fingert, and T. Fedorova. Retrospective simulation of an extreme flood on the oka river at the city of ryazan and impact assessment of urban and transport infrastructure. Water Resources, 45(S1):1–10, 2018. [ DOI ]

A. I. Aleksyuk, V. V. Belikov, N. M. Borisova, and T. A. Fedorova. Numerical modeling of non-uniform sediment transport in river channels. Water Resources, 45(1):11–17, 2018. [ DOI ]

A. I. Aleksyuk, V. V. Belikov, N. M. Borisova, and T. A. Fedorova. Numerical modeling of channel deformation taking into account sediment fractions distribution. In Climate Change Impacts on Hydrological Processes and Sediment Dynamics: Measurement, Modelling and Management, Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences, pages 29–33. Springer Nature Switzerland AG Cham, Switzerland, 2019. [ DOI ]

V. V. Belikov, N. M. Borisova, T. A. Fedorova, O. A. Petrovskaya, and V. M. Katolikov. On the effect of the froude number and hydromorphometric parameters on sediment transport in rivers. Water Resources, 46(1):S20–S28, 2019. [ DOI ]

E. S. Vasil’eva, A. I. Aleksyuk, P. A. Belyakova, T. A. Fedorova, and V. V. Belikov. Numerical modeling of the behavior of a destructive rain flood on a mountain river. Water Resources, 46(Suppl.1):S43–S55, 2019. [ DOI ]