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Кимленко Ирина

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Curriculum Vitae

 


Personal information


 

Surname / First name

Kimlenka Iryna

Address

28/1-6 Plekhanov Street, 220094, Minsk, Belarus

Telephones

Work: +375-17-2095544 / Home: +375-17-2494303 / Mobile:

+375-29-6544103

Fax

+375-17-2095544

E-mail

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Nationality

Belarusian

Date of birth

07.05.1972

Gender

Female

   

Desired employment / Occupational field

Lecturer (course title “Introduction to Green Chemistry: Belarus and V4 Countries”), VUSG Program

   

Work experience

17 years

   

Dates

September 2006 onward

Occupation and position held

Associate Professor (from 09/2009), Senior Lecturer (09/2006-09/2009), Chemical Faculty, Radiation Chemistry and Chemical-pharmaceutical Technologies Department

Main activities and responsibilities

Developing lecture courses, conducting theoretical and practical studies in the “green” chemistry, radiochemistry, environmental monitoring and labor protection areas, supervising diploma and course works of students.

Name and address of employer

Belarusian State University, Chemical Faculty, 14, Leningradskaya str., 220030, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

Type of business or sector

Higher Education Institution

   

Dates

November 1994 - September 2006

Position held

Researcher (10/2003-09/2006), Junior Researcher (09/1996-10/2003),Engineer-technologist (11/1994-09/1996), Radiochemistry Laboratory.

Main activities and responsibilities

Planning and implementing research activity including the investigation of radionuclide physical-and-chemical forms, their vertical migration and biological accessibility. Appling, adapting and modifying chemical and radiochemical procedures for various environmental matrices.

Name and address of employer

Belarusian State University, Chemical Faculty, 14, Leningradskaya str., 220030, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

Type of business or sector

Higher Education Institution

Dates

 

 

August 1994 – November 1994

Position held

Economist, Sector of maintenance supply

Name and address of employer

Enterprise “BELOMO”, Makaenka str., Minsk, Republic of Belarus

Main activities and responsibilities

Market exploration, procurement of materials

Type of business or sector

Enterprise

   

Education and training

 

Dates

2000-2004

Title of qualification awarded

PhD in Chemistry (Candidate of Chemical Sciences),

Principal subjects / occupational

skills covered

PhD Thesis Title: The estimation of plutonium and americium state and mobility in soils of the Republic of Belarus contaminated by radionuclides”.

Name of organisation provided education

Belarusian State University, Chemical Faculty.

Level in national or international classification

ISCED 6

   

Dates

1989-1994

Title of qualification awarded

Diploma on Higher Education

Principal subjects / occupational

skills covered

Chemistry

Name of organisation provided education

Belarusian State University

Level in national or international classification

ISCED 5

   

Academic Status

Associate Professor in Chemistry (Diploma 2011)

Approving Authority

Higher Attestation Committee of the Republic of Belarus

   

Personal skills and competences

 

Mother tongue(s)

Russian / Belarusian

Other language(s)

English*

Self-assessment

Understanding

Speaking

Writing

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(*) Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Social skills and competences

I’m able to successfully communicate with people of different nationalities; I apply team approach in relations with my colleagues

International experience

09/1997 – 11/1997 IAEA Fellowship (Lund University, Sweden)

08/2002 – 11/2002 IAEA Fellowship (IAEA Laboratories, Austria)

10/2007 – 11/2007 College on Soil Physics (International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy)

21/04/2009 – 22/04/2009 The International intensive course “New European Chemicals Regulation (REACh) and the Globally Harmonized System”, Lodz Technical University, Lodz, Poland.

06/09/2009 – 15/09/09 DAAD study visit to Germany (ZALF, Universities of Berlin, Greifswald, Rostock).

2010 – Training Course on Regulation of Nuclear Power Plants, Workshop “Experiences from Construction and Regulatory Oversight of Nuclear Power Plants” (STUK, Finland), Seminar on Radioactive Waste Management (SCK-CEN, Belgium), “Transport and Retention of Radionuclides in Argillaceous and Fractured Media”(ITC School, Switzerland).

18/04/2011 – 24/04/2011 (STUK, Finland)

Participation in the different international projects (IAEA BYE/5/003; INCO-COPERNICUS “FORECO”; French-German Initiative (Project 2 "Radioecology"); “Cooperation for Rehabilitation”(CORE).

Organisational skills

and competences

2007 up to present time   Неad of the Chemical Faculty Council on research activity of students and post-graduates. I’ve participated in organization of national and international youth scientific and educational events.

Computer skills and competences

Knowledge of PC as advanced user.

LIST OF SELECTED PAPERS

Co-author of more than 70 publications, including 2 manuals.  

  1. The essentials of radioecology and safe life:tearcher’s manual / Ed.G. Sokolik etc. – Мinsk: 2008. – 369 P.
  2. T. Savitskaya, I. Kimlenka, O. Shadyro, etc. Nuclear Chemistry: improving professional skills in English.Minsk: 2011. – 240 p.

Articles

-          Migrationabilityofradionuclidessoil-vegetationcoverofBelarusafterChernobylaccident. G.A.Sokolik, T.G.Ivanova, S.L.Leinova, S.V.Ovsiannikova, I.M.Kimlenko// Environment International. 2001. Vol. 26, № 3. P. 183187.

-          Sokolik G., Ovsiannikоva S., Kimlenko I. Soil organic matter and migration properties of 239, 240Pu and 241Am // Radioprotection-Collogues. 2002. Vol. 37 p. 283288.

-          Sokolik G., Ovsiannikova S., Kimlenko I. Distribution and mobility of 137Cs, 90Sr, 239,240Pu and 241Am in solid phase-interstitial soil solution system // Radioprotection-Collogues. 2002. Vol. 37 p. 259264.

-          SokolikG.A., OvsiannikovaS.V., Kimlenka I.M., LeinovaS.L., IvanovaT.G., ZaharenkovV.V. Changeofplutoniumandamericiummobilityinnaturalandagrarianecosystem // RadioactivityintheEnvironment: ProceedingsoftheInternationalConference / Int. Union of Radioeology, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority, IAEA. — Monaco, 2002.

-          SokolikG.A., OvsiannikovaS.V., Kimlenka I.M. Influence of organic components on Pu and Am state in soils and soil solutions // Radiochemistry. — 2003. — Vol. 45, № 2. — P. 160 – 164.

-          Kimlenka I.M., Sokolik G.A., Ovsiannikova S.V., Ivanova T.G., Leinova S.L., Zakharenkov V.V. Restriction of plutonium and americium mobility in contaminated areas of Belarus // Sixth International Symposium and Exhibition on environmental contamination in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States: Proceedings / Florida State University. Prague, 2004.

-          Kimlenka I.M., Sokolik G.A., Ovsiannikova S.V., Ivanova T.G., Leinova S.L., Rubinchik S.Ya.Reduction of 137Cs uptake by forest berries in Belarusian field experiment // Sixth International Symposium and Exhibition on environmental contamination in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States: Proceedings / Florida State University. Prague, 2004.

-          SokolikG.A., Kimlenka I.M., OvsiannikovaS.V., Zakharenkov V.V. Influence of soil media characteristics on actinides sorption // Sakharov Readings: ecological problems of XXI century, Vol. 2 , 2005. – P. 138 – 139.

-          SokolikG.A., OvsiannikovaS.V., Kimlenka I.M. Influence of organic components on TUE sorption in the soil-plant system // Radiation and antropoecology. — 2005. — P. 129 – 133.

-          SokolikG.A., OvsiannikovaS.V., Kimlenka I.M. Application of complex cation-exchange resin for the investigation of actinides state and mobility in soils // Izvestiya of NAS of Belarus. Issue “Chemistry”. — 2007, № 3. — P. 88 – 96.

-          Savitskaya Т.А., Kimlenka I.М. The Youth Educational Forum “From a decade of clean water to a century of healthy life” // Chemistry: Teaching Problems. — 2008, № 9. — P. 3 – 16.

-          Savitskaya Т.А., Kimlenka I.М., Маtuishenkov Е.А., Lukashevich М.V. Why does chemistry become “Green” and where is it taught? // Chemistry: Teaching Problems. — 2009, № 2. — P. 3 – 19.

-          Savitskaya Т.А., Lukashevich М.V., Kimlenka I.М. “Green” Chemistry is a science of XXI Century // Repetitor.— 2009, № 4. — С. 20 – 23.

-          Savitskaya Т.А., Pankov V.V.,Kimlenka I.M., Semchenko А.V., Gaishun V.E. Rheological properties of silica hydrosols modified by salts of metals // Sviridov readings. Iss. 5. Minsk, 2009. P. 51-57.

-          Savitskaya Т.А., Pankov V.V., Yanushkevich K.I., Kimlenka I.M., Semchenko А.V., Gaishun V.E., Fedotova Y.A. Magnetic properties of sol-gel matrices doped with Fe, Ni, Co compounds. // Sviridov readings. Iss. 6. Minsk, 2010. — P. 120-125.

-          Savitskaya T.A., Kimlenka I.M., Matuishenkov E.A., Pankov V.V. Green Chemistry is the shortest way to clean water, favorable climate and human health // International Youth Forum “Water, climate change and human health”: Proceedings/ BSU. – Minsk, 2010. – P. 19-21.