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CURRICULUM VITAE

I. EDUCATION

1978 M.S. Moscow State University, Applied Mathematics

1982 Ph.D. Moscow State University, Biophysics

II. PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

2009 - present Associate Professor (UHD1), Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) University of Twente, The Netherlands

2007-2009 Chesapeake Community Modeling Program Manager, Chesapeake Research Consortium, Edgewater, MD 21037

2008-2009 Principal Research Scientist, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD

2006-2007 AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow, Institute for Water Resources, Army Corp of Engineers, Alexandria, VA 22315

2002-2007 Associate Research Professor, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont School of Natural Resources, Burlington, VT 05405.

1994-2002 Assistant & Associate Research Scientist, University of Maryland Institute for Ecological Economics, Solomons, MD

1992-1994 Research scholar, Center for Analysis of Environmental Change, Oregon State University, EPA Environmental Research Laboratory, Corvallis OR

1990-1995 Senior Research Scientist, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

1989-1992 Director, ECOLEX Laboratory Ltd., Moscow.

1988-1990 Senior Research Scientist, Computer Center, USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

1986-1988 Research Scientist, Computer Center, USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

1982-1986 Junior Research Scientist, Computer Center, USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

III. PUBLICATIONS ( total 130, refereed 94)

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IV. TEACHING AND TRAINING

Moscow State University, Department of Mechanics and Mathematics
- 1982 - 1990 1 semester seminar course - Simulation Modeling in Ecology

Oregon State University, Dept. of Anthropology -
1994 Assistance in teaching: Natural Resources and Community Values course (ANTH 481/581)

St. Mary's College of Maryland, Dept. of Biology
- 1996 Simulation Modeling in Ecology (BIOL 329 - 2 credits)

University of Maryland, 1997-2001
- Dynamic Modeling of Ecological and Economic Systems (MEES 698S/ZOOL 708U)

University of Vermont
- Computer Simulation and Modeling (CS295 3 credits)
- Integrating engineering, ecology, economics and regional planning (NR285 3 credits, 50%)
- Simulation Modeling - on-line course (CS195/NR285 - 3 credits)

University of Twente
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) - Module coordinator
Teaching in:
Core curriculum: Science and Earth Observation: a process-based approach (2010)
Module 5: Systems analysis for NRM
Module 6:
Societal response and reflection on NRM
Module 9: Causes and impacts of changing resources

Last Updated June, 2012


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