Petrov Maxim Anatol`evich

Head of the Glacial Geology Centre

Academic degree, academic titleSenior researcher, Doctor of Philosophy of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences (PhD)

Inremya reception: Monday-Friday (15:00  18:00)

E-mail: maxpetr1962@gmail.com

Affiliation

University of geological sciences Institute of Geology and Geophysics named after Kh.M.Abdullayev

Dissertations

Formation of postglacial relief in zone of degrading glaciation (On example of Southern Tien Shan)

Education

Tashkent State University, geography, 1984

Scientific fields

Glacial geomorphology;High mountain ecology

Subjects taught

Physical geography of Uzbekistan

Professional development

Training course ITEC SKAAP on computer technologies in NIIT, New Delhi, India.      July – August 2000  Mastering Office Products;• Alexander von Humboldt Training Workshop in GIS organized by Institute of Evironmental System Researc University of Osnabrueck, Germany, Tashkent, Uzbekistan        June – July 2004     Remote sensing, digital image processing and GIS

Professional development

Training course ITEC SKAAP on computer technologies in NIIT, New Delhi, India.      July – August 2000  Mastering Office Products;• Alexander von Humboldt Training Workshop in GIS organized by Institute of Evironmental System Researc University of Osnabrueck, Germany, Tashkent, Uzbekistan        June – July 2004     Remote sensing, digital image processing and GIS

Projects financed by the Committee of Geology under the state program

No. 283 “Evolution of glaciation and geochemical features of moraine deposits of the nival zone of the Chatkal-Kurama region”. 2019-2022No. 293 for 2022-2024 “Study of the geological features of glacial deposits and forecasting of ore occurrences”

International projects

1.INTAS PROJECT 03-51-5296  “Influence On Snow Vertical Structure On Hydrothermal Regime And Snow Related Economical Aspects In Northern Eurasia”From 2004-05-01 to 2007-04-30

2.University of Geneva | UNIGE · Institute of Environmental Sciences, Switzerland. SNSF Project DEFenCC: “Debris flow and outburst flood hazard in Tien Shan under impact of changing climate”, 31 05 2013 – 31 05 2017

3.University of Reading GCRF Strategic Fund “Solutions to secure clean water in the glacier-fed catchments of Central Asia – what happens after the ice?” 2018 – 2021y.

4.“Building bridges across troubled waters: increasing preparedness and reducing vulnerability to mudflows in Central Asia”. The project is funded by the UKRI Rapid Response Political Engagement Program. 2022 y.5.    The UNESCO-Adaptation Fund project on “Reducing vulnerabilities of populations in the Central Asia region from glacier lake outburst floods in a changing climate” (GLOFCA), 2021 – 2025 y.

Practical grants

I take part in the projects of Ministry of innovative development of the Republic of Uzbekistan : No. Uzb-Ind-2021-79 “Study of the dynamics of glacier degradation in the mountain systems of Uzbekistan based on remote sensing” and No. ALM-202107010 “Development of a monitoring system for changes in the mass balance of mountain glaciers and technologies characterizing their future state in the context of global climate change” 2020 – 2023 y.