Employer:Lomonosov Moscow State University

Evgeny Arnoldovich Voznesensky is a specialist in the field of engineering geology and soil science. He has authored 169 academic papers, including 7 monographs, 1 author's certificate, 1 textbook, 7 training manuals. Works at the Department of Engineering and Environmental Geology since November 1985, having accumulated 24 years of teaching experience. He lectures within the scope of basic courses at the Geological Faculty of the Moscow State University. Professor since 2001, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences since 2000. Developed theoretical foundations of the new energy approach to assessing dynamic properties of soils, and created on the said foundations’ principles a new classification, determined the most important regularities of deformation and fracture of soils under dynamic loads. His research results were used in the construction of buildings and pipelines in earthquake-prone regions (Sakhalin), offshore oilfield facilities in the Kara sea and Okhotsk sea, Olympic facilities in Sochi, federal highways, nuclear industry and power generation facilities. Developed the Russian standard for dynamic lab testing of soils.

Editor in chief of the "Geotechnics" magazine, deputy editor in chief of the “Bulletin of Moscow University. Geology series", member of editorial boards of "Engineering Surveys" and "Soil Science" magazines, deputy dean in charge of research, member of the Dissertation Committees of the Geological Faculty of the Moscow State University and of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, member of the Science and Technology Council of the Federal Road Agency of the Russian Federation, head of the "Engineering Survey" technical subcommittee of Rosstandart.