Dr Anna Romanova Faculty of Engineering & Science

Anna obtained her BEng with Hons in Engineering and Management in 2009 followed by a PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Bradford in July 2013. Following that Dr Anna Romanova joined the University of Greenwich as a Research Fellow in Civil Engineering Department in 2013, where later in 2014 she started a new role as a Lecturer in the Department of Applied Engineering & Management (formerly known as Technology Management and Enterprise) and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2015. Currently Anna is leading a project on noise absorption of Living Green Walls as well as carries our research in the field of student learning through gamification and motivation factors.

Prior joining the University of Greenwich, she was working at Grontmij Group Ltd (2007-2008) as a Project Engineer in Water Department dealing with fire, potable and wastewater infrastructures mainly on acting Royal Air Force sites as part of the contract with the Ministry of Defence (£2B). As a research associate at the University of Bradford she was working on two EPSRC projects titled: Sewer Condition and Blockage Detection Classification Using Novel Acoustic Instrumentation (£195k); and Sonic Characterisation of Water Surface Waves, Turbulence, Mixing and Bed Friction in Shallow Water Flows (£796k). As part of Anna's post-PhD activity she has contributed to patent application (GB081519905) and assisted in commercialisation of SewerBatt™ sensor for pipe line condition inspection (acousticsensing.co.uk).