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My Research Work

My name is Tereshchenko Sergiy Mikolayovich. I am 35 years old. In 1995 I graduated from ……. State Technical University having gained the diploma of Engineer. Then I continued to improve my education level, studying at Kharkiv Agricultural University, National Academy of Public Administration and at International Scientific and Technical University. So, all in all, I have gained Master’s degree – in Law and Social Development Management. Such an educational background gave me a possibility to complete some training programs in Lithuania, Sweden, UK and Hungary and get a Qualification Certificate of an Evaluator in expert monetary assessment of land parcels and a number of certificates in the field of GIS-technologies, Land Cadastre and State management in land relations. I have professional experience as an engineer at land and cadastre bureau, in “Stirolkhimbud” JSC, as a leading and chief specialist, head of the department of state land cadastre.

At present I am a Director of the Project funded by the World Bank, named “Rural Land Titling and Cadastre System Development”. I decided to continue my research work connected with land management and started to work for my thesis.

The topic of our dissertation is “Prognostic assessment of mining industry areas use taking into account anthropogenic pressure (the example of Donetsk region)”.

My scientific advisor is Petro Gervasiyovich Chernyaga. He is doctor of technical sciences, professor, head of Land Management, Geodesy and Geoinformatics chair, dean of the Faculty of Land Management and Geoinformatics at National University of Water Management and Nature Resources Use in Rivne.

The theme of our dissertation is rather actualNon-agricultural lands, including those under mining industry, situated in the regions with intensive human impact, need to be investigated from the systemic point of view. The output for such a research is the creation of optimum model for organization and development of the area. This investigation is especially important for densely-populated areas. Such problems were dealt with by Demchyshynkov S.H., Romashchenko O.I., Savchenko N.P., Chipakov V.P., Kurbanova A.M., Davidovich V. M., Chernyaga P.G.

Therefore, the novelty of our research is the development of rational methods for the region management on the basis of system analysis. We are going to determine qualitative and quantitative relations among the subsystems of the area and their elements.

Basic methods of our research are the following: experimental, analytic, modeling etc.

Theoretical importance of our research is further improvement of the management system referring to densely-populated areas with the account of human impact, maintenance of state land cadastre and development of the system of real estate rights registration.

Practical application. The results obtained in our research will favor the process of land monitoring and management decision-making in the field of land management and optimal use of Donetsk region area under modern conditions.

I have five articles published in “Land Management Bulletin”.

We are going to submit our dissertation in four years.

My Research Work

My name is Tereshchenko Sergiy Mikolayovich. I am 35 years old. In 1995 I graduated from ……. State Technical University having gained the diploma of Engineer. Then I continued to improve my education level, studying at Kharkiv Agricultural University, National Academy of Public Administration and at International Scientific and Technical University. So, all in all, I have gained Master’s degree – in Law and Social Development Management. Such an educational background gave me a possibility to complete some training programs in Lithuania, Sweden, UK and Hungary and get a Qualification Certificate of an Evaluator in expert monetary assessment of land parcels and a number of certificates in the field of GIS-technologies, Land Cadastre and State management in land relations. I have professional experience as an engineer at land and cadastre bureau, in “Stirolkhimbud” JSC, as a leading and chief specialist, head of the department of state land cadastre.

At present I am a Director of the Project funded by the World Bank, named “Rural Land Titling and Cadastre System Development”. I decided to continue my research work connected with land management and started to work for my thesis.

The topic of our dissertation is “Prognostic assessment of mining industry areas use taking into account anthropogenic pressure (the example of Donetsk region)”.

My scientific advisor is Petro Gervasiyovich Chernyaga. He is doctor of technical sciences, professor, head of Land Management, Geodesy and Geoinformatics chair, dean of the Faculty of Land Management and Geoinformatics at National University of Water Management and Nature Resources Use in Rivne.

The theme of our dissertation is rather actualNon-agricultural lands, including those under mining industry, situated in the regions with intensive human impact, need to be investigated from the systemic point of view. The output for such a research is the creation of optimum model for organization and development of the area. This investigation is especially important for densely-populated areas. Such problems were dealt with by Demchyshynkov S.H., Romashchenko O.I., Savchenko N.P., Chipakov V.P., Kurbanova A.M., Davidovich V. M., Chernyaga P.G.

Therefore, the novelty of our research is the development of rational methods for the region management on the basis of system analysis. We are going to determine qualitative and quantitative relations among the subsystems of the area and their elements.

Basic methods of our research are the following: experimental, analytic, modeling etc.

Theoretical importance of our research is further improvement of the management system referring to densely-populated areas with the account of human impact, maintenance of state land cadastre and development of the system of real estate rights registration.

Practical application. The results obtained in our research will favor the process of land monitoring and management decision-making in the field of land management and optimal use of Donetsk region area under modern conditions.

I have five articles published in “Land Management Bulletin”.

We are going to submit our dissertation in four years.