CURRICULUM VITAELast updated: 5 November 2012
1. Name: GRICHANOV
2. First Name(s): Igor Yakovlevich
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3. Permanent address: Prospekt Entuziastov, 46, k. 2, kv. 91, St. Petersburg, 195030, Russia
4. Working address: VIZR, Shosse Podbelskogo 3, St.Petersburg-Pushkin 186608 Russia
e-mail: "Igor Grichanov" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
5. Date and place of birth: 10 September 1958, Voronezh, Russia
6. Actual nationality: Russian
7. Nationality by birth: Russian
8. Married, 3 children (1982, 1983, 1985)
9. University certificates and diplomas: institutions, dates, mentions
obtained: Zoology (Voronezh State University, Voronezh, MS, graduated in
1980); Entomology (All-Russian Institute of Plant Protection, St. Petersburg,
Ph.D., graduated in 1984); Agricultural Economics (St.Petersburg State
Agricultural University, MS, graduated in 1991); Entomology (All-Russian
Institute of Plant Protection, St. Petersburg, DSc., graduated in 2006)
10. MS Thesis: Fauna and taxonomy of Dolichopodidae (Diptera) of Central Asia.
10a. MS Thesis: Economics of plant protection service in northern Kazakhstan.
10b. PhD Thesis: Biological basis for cotton bollworm and turnip moth sex pheromone application in plant protection. - Thesis. Cand. Sci. Biol., Leningrad, 1984.
10c. DSc Thesis: Scientific basis for the use of synthetic sex pheromones of Lepidoptera pests in phytosanitary monitoring. Thesis for a Doctor's Degree in Biology: St.Petersburg, 2006.
11. Knowledge of foreign languages: I speak and write English; I read special literature in German, French, some Slav languages
12. International travel grants: Poland, Institute for Plant Protection, 1990, one week; Bulgaria, Institute for Zoology, 1991, one week; England, The Natural History Museum, Overseas Institute, Entomological and Ecological Congresses, 1994, three weeks; Hungary, The Natural History Museum, 1995, one week; Lithuania, Meeting on Plant protection, 1996, one week; Brussels, the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences and the Royal Museum for Central Africa, 7 to 22 September, 1997, 26 March-6 April, 1998; Sweden, Uppsala University, 1999, one week, and 2002, 2 weeks; Israel, Tel Aviv University, 1999, two weeks; Finland, MTT, 2000, 1 week, 2002, 1 week; Sweden, Lund University, February 1, 2001 April 30, 2001); Swedish Museum of Natural History (December 1, 2002 February 28, 2003; and October 1-30, 2004); Finland, Finnish Museum of Natural History (September 15 December 15, 2003); Sweden, Swedish Museum of Natural History and Lund University, 2004, 1.5 months.
All-Russian Institute for Plant Protection, St. Petersburg, Head of Laboratory (1990 - present), middle research worker (1988), junior research worker (1980)
Department of Entomology, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium (visiting worker, March 1999 March 2000).
Russian Entomological Society of Russian Academy of Sciences (1979).
1983-1984. Graduate Teaching Assistant, General Entomology, St. Petersburg Agricultural University
1984-2006, Instructor, All-Union, All-Russian and regional seminars for agricultural ministry workers. Topics: Application of insect pheromone traps; Monitoring and forecasts of pests and diseases.
1990-2006, Lecturer and supervisor to post-graduate students in All-Russian Institute of Plant Protection. Topics: Population dynamics of insect pests; biological basis for their monitoring; phytosanitary laws.
Other topics for lectureship:
1. Diversity of long-legged flies (Insecta: Diptera: Dolichopodidae) in the World and in Africa
2. Long-legged flies as site assessment indicators (to assess quality of habitats)
3. Long-legged flies - potential predators for biological control of pests
4. Entomological databases: evolution of the contents and computer technologies
5. Internet-based information resources on insect taxonomy
6. Integrated phytosanitary monitoring in ecologically safe plant protection
7. Modern theory of long-term forecasts of pest and disease development
8. Overview of laws of pest population density dynamics, their use in plant protection
9. Experience of mapping of areas and zones of damage of agricultural pests and diseases
10. Sex pheromones of harmful Lepidoptera (Insecta) for phytosanitary monitoring and control
I. Evolution and classification of Diptera-Brachycera
II. Chemical ecology and chemotaxonomy of Lepidoptera
THE LIST OF MAIN PUBLICATIONS BY I. Y. GRICHANOV
I. PAPERS ON TAXONOMY OF DIPTERA
II. PAPERS ON CHEMICAL ECOLOGY AND CHEMOTAXONOMY OF LEPIDOPTERA
III. POPULAR PAPERS AND VARIA
IV. COMPLETE LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
MAIN INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS
(about 30 All-Union and All-Russian meetings held in 1978-2006 are not listed)
1. VI Meeting on the Project Species and its Productivity in the Distribution Area. St.Petersburg, 23 - 26 Nov. 1993.
2. V European Congress of Entomology, 29 Aug. - 2 Sept. 1994, York.
3. VI International Ecological Congress, 22-27 Aug. 1994, Manchester.
4. XI European Congress of Lepidopterology, Malle, Belgium, 22-26 March 1998.
5. XIVth International Plant Protection Congress, Jerusalem, July 1999.