annasharova

Anna Sharova

Junior Research Scientist
Center for Energy Systems

Professor: Janusz Bialek

Graduated from Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University (MSU). Defended Ph. D. thesis (in Economics) “International Cooperation in Electricity Sector in Arab Countries of Asia” in 2016 in the Institute of African Studies RAS . The main objective of the research was to analyze and collect quantitative and qualitative indicators of modern development of the electricity markets, as well as the process of reforming and deregulation, to  identify the main problems and prospects of further development. There were developed recommendations to expand the presence of Russian energy companies on the electricity markets in the Arab countries under the new conditions of their operation.

In Skoltech participated in different projects, including “Analytical and Simulation Models of Demand-Side Management for Smart Grid”. Actively involved in educational process (courses “Smart Grids”, “Mathematical Analysis in Internet and Energy Systems”, “Power Markets and Regulation”).

In 2017 became Education Program Coordinator http://www.skoltech.ru/en/apply/energy/ 

Power markets and regulation; deregulation and liberalization of electricity markets; price setting on electricity markets; game theory and its application to electricity markets; international relations; sustainable development and economic growth; emerging economies.

 

 

Publications in journals indexed by Scopus/WoS:
1. V. Chirkin, M. Goldstein, A. Gorbunov, M. Goubko, V. Korepanov, N. Korgin, T. Sayfutdinov, A. Sharova and T. Vaskovskaya, “Gaming Experiments for Analysis of Pricing Mechanisms at Electricity Markets”, IFAC-PapersOnLine, vol. 49, no. 32, pp. 13-18, 2016.
2. V. Tulsky, A. Vanin, Mohamed A. Tolba, A. Sharova, Ahmed A. Zaki Diab (2016). Study and Analysis of Power Quality for an Electric Power Distribution System – Case Study: Moscow Region. In: 2016 IEEE NW Russia Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Conference (EIConRusNW), pp 710 – 716. ISBN: 978-150900445-4, DOI: 10.1109/EIConRusNW.2016.7448281.

Other Publications:
3. Sharova A.Y. The development of renewable energy in the Arab countries // Asia and Africa Today. 2017. № 5. PP. 56-64.
4. Sharova A.Y. International cooperation in electricity sector of Asian Arab countries // Bulletin of University (GUU). 2015. № 13. PP. 118-125.
5. Sharova A.Y. GCC Interconnection Grid // Asia and Africa Today. 2013. № 2. PP. 33-39.
6. Sharova A.Y. New Opportunities for Russian Power Companies to Expand Cooperation in the Electricity Sector of the Arab countries of Western Asia // Bulletin of SRSPU (NPI). Ser. Socio-Econ. Sciences. 2013. № 1. PP. 81-97.
7. Sharova A.Y. Dynamics of changes in location of the countries on the energy-demographic chart // Transport Business of Russia. 2013. № 6. Part 2 (109).
8. Sharova A.Y. Foreign experience in electricity sector reform: the case of Jordan // Energy Industry Abroad. 2012. №1 (260). PP. 15-21.
9. Sharova A.Y. Energy cooperation between Russia and the Arab world: new frontiers // Proceedings of the Congress of Orientalists of Russia and the CIS. M.: Space-2000. 2012. PP. 287-290.
10. Sharova A.Y. The Development of renewable energy in the Arab countries today // Renewable energy: Proceedings of the Seventh All-Russian Scientific Youth School with International Participation. M.: Miros. 2010. PP. 393-398.
11. Sharova A.Y. Energy sector in Arab Countries of Eastern Mediterranean. Current state and prospects for development // LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG. Russia. 2011. 139 p.

2008 B.A., Moscow State University (Institute of Asian and African Studies)
2010 M.A., Moscow State University (Institute of Asian and African Studies)
2016 Ph.D., Economics, Institute for African Studies Russian Academy of Sciences

Additional education
2010 retraining, Faculty of training of teachers and specialists, Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University). Program “Electricity systems and grids”

Power markets and regulation; deregulation and liberalization of electricity markets; price setting on electricity markets; game theory and its application to electricity markets; international relations; sustainable development and economic growth; emerging economies.

Project: “Analytical and Simulation Models of Demand-Side Management for Smart Grid” (jointly with IPU, PI: M. Goubko).