REMOTE SENSING AND GIS
BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
SPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE


CURRICULUM VITAE

 

ROUMENINA, Eugenia Kirilova

(Family Name, First Name, Middle Name)

 

Office Address: bl.1, Acad. G. Bonchev St.,
Sofia 1113, Bulgaria

 

Phone: (+359 2) 979 39 39

 

Fax: (+359 2) 988 35 03

 

E-mail: roumenina@space.bas.bg

 

Education (University/High School, Faculty/Department, Course, Year of Graduation ):

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Faculty of Geology and Geography, Department of Physical Geography – 1976

Certificate “Remote sensing/GIS application to agricultural and environmental management”, FAO/ESA/BASA. 1997.

Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria, Higher Attesting Committee - PhD, 2002. PhD Thesis. Land use and Man-Induced Transformation Monitoring of a Part of the Plovdiv Polygon Using Multichannel Images and GIS

Titles/Qualifications (Organization, Title, Year of Award):

Council of Ministers of the Republic of Bulgaria, Higher Attesting Committee - Senior Researcher ˛˛ rank – 2003-

Space Research Institute - Research Fellow ˛ rank – 1984

Space Research Institute - Research Fellow ˛˛ rank – 1981

Space Research Institute - Research Fellow ˛˛˛ rank - 1978

Present position:

Academic position in Space Research and Technology Institute –Bulgarian Academy of Sciences:

Professor in the field of higher education 4. Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Informatics

Professional field 4.4 Earth Sciences, Scientific speciality Remote Sensing of the Earth

and Head of the Remote Sensing and GIS Department

Key qualifications:

Scientific qualification and expertise in the field of sciences related with remote sensing of the Earth from space, including:

Ecological Landscape Monitoring Using Ground-Based Data and Remote Sensing Technology;

Validation of satellite data and products

Assessment of agricultural crop development using vegetation satellite products with spatial resolution of 250–300 m;

Planning, Organization, Conducting and Data Processing for Various Complex Sub-Satellite Experiments Carried on Test Sites;

Expert Training in Remote Sensing and GIS Technologies.

Membership in Scientific and/or Professional Institutions, Bodies, and Organizations:

EARSeL (European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories) – 2009 – till present;

International Association for Landscape Ecology - UK Region IALE(UK) – 2009 – till present;

Scientific Council of the Space Research and Technology Institute - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - 2005 – till present;

Scientific Council of the Institute of Geography - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - 2005 – 2010;

Work Group on Space Policy with the Ministry of Economy, Energy, and Tourism of the Republic of Bulgaria, 2010 – till present;

Advisory Council on Environment with the Ministry of Environment and Water (MEW), 2009 – till present;

Advisory Scientific Council in Astronomy, Space Research, and Technology with the Governing Board of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences – 2011 – till present.

Work Group on Remote Sensing of the Earth, Intercosmos International Program. 1975 – 1990.

Professional and Scientific Awards:

Certificate and plaket for contribution to space research in Bulgaria, 2003, 2009;

Diploma form the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences for participation in the implementation of the Scientific Program "Shipka" for the second Bulgarian astronaut - 1988;

Jubilee medal "Intercosmos – Bulgaria 1300" for participation in the National Space program "Bulgaria 1300" - 1984;

Special badge of the DKNTP for "Contribution to Technical Progress" for participation in the implementation of the Scientific Program for the first Bulgarian astronaut - 1982.

Scientific Research Activities:

Author and co-author of 127 scientific publications as follow:

7 monographs in Bulgaria and 3 abroad;

80 scientific papers in journals, 29 of them abroad;

3 atlases in Bulgaria and one abroad;

37 reports, presented at international and national conferences and symposia.

Participation in projects, programs and experiments:

13 national and international aero and space programs;

30 scientific research projects;

28 international complex quasisynchronous satellite and on-earth observations.

 

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