Prof. Volodymyr Nykyforov, Doc.Sc.
Prof. Volodymyr Nykyforov, Doc.Sc. – First Vice-Rector of Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University (KrNU), Director of the Regional Landscape Park «Kremenchuk Plavni», Head of Bioecological Technology Department, Doctor of Sciences (biology), Professor (ecology).
Has authored 85 research works, 35 short articles as conference proceedings, 30 tutorials, 2 patents, and a research monograph.
Was awarded by the National Scholarship Programme of the Slovac Republic for the Support of Mobility of Students, PhD Students, University Teachers and Researches and with a scholarship within the Soros Supplementary Grants Program. Has supervised 8 national grants.
1982–1987 – student, Kharkiv State University
1989–1992 – post-graduate student, Institute of Botany of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences
1994 – Cand.Sc., Biology
1998–2001 – doctoral student, Dnipropetrovsk National University
2001 – Director of The Regional Landscape Park «Kremenchuk Plavni»
2003 – Head of Science and Research Department
2010 – Doc.Sc., Biology
2012 – Professor of Ecology
2012 – Head of Department of Bioecological technology
2013 – First Vice-Rector of KrNU
Scientific and research activity
Candidate dissertation «The golden algae (Chrysophyta) of the Crimean Mountains and Ukrainian Carpathians»
Doctoral dissertation «Structural organization of the Middle Dnieper biogeocenoses and biohydrocenoses (restoration, protection and management)»
Monograph Middle Dnieper Region Ecological Network: current state and ways of its optimization
Nature protection and energy- and resource-saving technology of green-blue algae utilization in the Dnieper reservoirs
Featured paper Comparative study of tap water and bottled water in the cities of Kremenchuk (Ukraine) and Banska Bystrica (Slovakia)
Comparative study of structural and functional organization of biogeocenoses and biohydrocenoses
DOB: July 20, 1964
Address: 20, Pershotravneva Street, Kremenchuk, 39600, Ukraine
Phones: + 38 05366 35141 (work)
Fax: +38 05366 36000