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Personal Information (Curriculum Vitae)

Education


1992

Summer course in Environmental Sciences, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary



1990

Summer University course "Dynamics of Complex Systems", Huddinge, Sweden

1981

Ph.D. in Biophysics (Ecological Modelling), Institute of Physics, Krasnojarsk, Russia

1973 

Moscow State University, Diploma of Mathematics (M.S. equivalent), Moscow, Russia

 


Professional Experience

 

 
since 1998 Senior Research Scientist, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany

1993-1998

Research Scientist, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany

1992-1993

Guest Researcher, Institute of Applied Informatics, KFK, Karlsruhe, Germany
1984-1992
Research Scientist, Dept. Modelling Natural Resources Use, Institute of Economics, Est. Ac. Sci., Tallinn, Estonia
1983-1984
Research Scientist, SCOPE-UNEP Project on Ecosystem Dynamics in Wetlands and Shallow Water Bodies, Moscow, Russia

1982

Research Associate, Computer Center of the Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

1973-1981

Junior Research Associate, Far East Center of the Academy of Sciences, Chabarovsk, Russia

 


Participation in International and German Research Projects and Project Management
2000-2001
GLOWA-Elbe, ?Integrated Analysis of Global Change Impacts on Environment and Society in the Elbe Basin?, the German Ministry of Education and Science, Potsdam, Germany.
1999-2001
Environmentally Sustainable Land Use in the context of Global Change, Volkswagenstiftung project, Potsdam, Germany, (Co-Leader).
1998
Working group ?Coordinating Land Use and Cover and Analyses in Europe? (CLAUDE), Concerted Action, European Commission, DG XII.
1997-1999
Project ?Impact of Land Use on water resources and water quality in the Elbe basin? in the framework of the ?Elbe Ecology? program of the German Ministry of Education and Science, Potsdam, Germany.
1994 - 1995
INTAS (CEC) project on ?Analysis of Point and Nonpoint Pollution in Watersheds? under the coordination of Prof. B. Pavoni, The Venice University, Italy.
1994 - 1995
EU ?Baltic Drainage Basin Project?, under the coordination of Prof. K.-G. Maeler, The Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, Stockholm, Sweden, (a group leader)

1990

?Baltic Pilot Project?, under the coordination of Prof. A.-M. Jansson, Stockholm University, Sweden.
1986 - 1990
?Hydrological and water quality modelling in the Matsalu watershed and the sea bay ecosystem?, Institute of Economics, Est. Ac.Sci., Tallinn, Estonia, (Coordinator and Principal Investigator).
1982 - 1984
SCOPE-UNEP Project on ?Ecosystem Dynamics in Wetlands and Shallow Water Bodies?, Computer Center of the Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.

 


Scholarships and Awards
  • The State Prize of Estonia (1991) for the research project  ?MATSALU?
  • Scholarship from the Stockholm University in the framework of the ?Baltic Pilot Project?, 1990.
  • Scholarship from the Nordic Research Council in the framework of the project ?Impact of diffuse sources on the load of nutrients in the Baltic Region?, 1991.
  • One year scholarship from the Central European University, Program in Environmental Sciences, 1992.

Participation in Professional Associations
  • International Commission on Water Quality (ICWQ) of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHC), Vice-President (elected in 1999)
  • International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS)

Review Activities in International Journals, Foundations and Universities

Journals and Book Series

  • Ecological Modelling
  • Environmental Modelling (book series)
  • Climatic Change
  • Journal of Hydrology
  • Hydrological Science Journal
  • AMBIO
  • Forest Ecology and Management
  • Physics and Chemistry of the Earth?
Foundations, Universities and Others
  • National Science Foundation, USA
  • Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
  • International Science Foundation, EU
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Climate and Global Change Program, USA
  • The Surface Water Hydrology Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers, USA
  • UNESCO Regional Office for Science and Technology for Europe (project review)
  • Grant Agency of the Czech Republic
  • Natural Environment Research Council, U.K.
  • Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (external examiner for Ph.D. theses)
  • Wengen-2000 Workshop ?Climatic Change: Implications for the Hydrological Cycle and for Water Management?

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