TIKUNOV Vladimir Sergeevich
OFFICIAL ADDRESS: Russia 119991 Moscow, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography.
FAX: 7-495-932-88-36; Tel. 7-495-939-13-39.
HOME ADDRESS: Russia, 117630 Moscow, Vorontsovskie Prudi 7, apt. 168.
DATE OF BIRTH: January 30, 1949
PLACE OF BIRTH: Bryansk, Russia.
MARITAL STATUS: Married, One Child - son.
PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT AND EXPERIENCES:
May 1974 - Jan. 1975: Research Assistant, Faculty of Geography Moscow State University (MSU)
Jan.1975 - Mar.1981: Assistant Professor MSU
Aug.1977 - Jun.1978: Research Scholar, Experimental Cartographic Unit, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Mar.1981 - Jun.1991: Associate Professor MSU
Dec.1983: Invited Lecturer, University of Brno, Czechoslovakia.
Apr.1985: Invited Lecturer, University of Irkutsk, Russia.
Jan.1987 - May 1987: Research Scholar, State University of New-York at Albany, USA
Sep.1991 - Oct.1991: Research Scholar, Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands
Jun.1991 to present: Full Professor MSU
Aug. 1991 - Aug. 2003: Member, Geographical Information Systems Commission, International Geographical Union
Jun. 1995 to present: Head of Laboratory of Integrated Mapping
Aug. 1996 - Aug. 1999: Member, Commission on Theoretical Cartography International Cartographic Association
Aug. 1999 - Aug. 2003: Chair, Commission on Education and Training International Cartographic Association
Aug. 2003 - Aug. 2007: Vice-President, International Cartographic Association
Aug. 2007 - Aug. 2011: Chair, Working Group on Cartography and GIS for Sustainable Development International Cartographic Association
Aug. 2011 - to present: Chair, Commission on GI for Sustainability International Cartographic Association
Dec. 2004 - Apr. 2011: Head of Laboratory of Sustainable Development of Territories
Apr.2011- to present: Director of the World Data Center for Geography (ICSU WDS)
Jun.1991: Full Professor, Geography of World Economy Department, Head of Laboratory of Integrated Mapping, Director of the World Data Center for Geography, Faculty of Geography, MSU
Aug.1971: M.Sc., Geography, MSU
Apr.1974: C.Sc. (Ph.D), Geography, MSU
Oct.1983: Dr.Sc., Geography, MSU
Academician of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
Academician of the International Eurasian Academy of Sciences
Member, Geographical Society of Russia
Member, Society of Geographical Education, Russia
Member of Editorial Boards: "Vestnik Mosk. un-ta. Geogr.", “Geography. Environment. Sustainability”, “Regional Environmental Problems”, "Geodezy and Cartography", “Caucasus Geographical Magazine”, “Regional bulletin of the east”, “ Izvestiya Irkutsk State University, Earth Sciences”, “Science. Innovations. Technologies”, "Geographical Systems. The International Journal of Geographical Information, Analysis, Theory and Decision" (1993-2003), "GeoInformatica. An International Journal on Advances of Computer Science for Geographic Information Systems", “ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information”, “Micro, Macro & Mezzo Geo Information”, “International Journal of Digital Earth”, “Journal of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering”, New Russian Encyclopedia.
geographical information systems, sustainable development, environmental mapping,
Mathematical-Cartographic Modeling (1975 - to present), Physical-Mathematical Bases of Automation in Cartography (1984-1987), Cartography (1987-1994), Geoinformatics (1989 - to present), GIS for Sustainability (2013 - to present)
PUBLICATION (more than 500)
BOOKS (20): last ones -
1.Diakonov K.N.,Kasimov N.S.,Tikunov V.S. (1996) Modern methods of geographical investigations.- Moscow, 207p. (in Russian)
2. Tikunov V.S. (1997) Classifications in Geography: Renaissance or Fading? (The Experience of Formal Classifications). Moscow-Smolensk, 367 p. (in Russian)
3. Tikunov V.S. (1997) Modelling in Cartography. Moscow, Moscow Univ. Press., 405 p. (in Russian).
4. Gusein-Zade S.M., Tikunov V.S. (1999) Anamorphosises: what is it?. Moscow, URSS Publisher House, 168 p. (in Russian); (2008) - 2-nd ed.
5. Tikunov V.S., Tsapyk D.A. (1999) Sustainable Development of Territories: Cartographic and Geoinformation Support. Moscow-Smolensk, 176 p. (in Russian)
6. Kapralov E.G., Koshkariov A.V., Tikunov V.S. et al. (2004) Basic of Geoinformatics. Moscow, Academia Publisher House, Vol. 1 - 352p.; Vol. 2 – 480p. (in Russian).
7. Kapralov E.G., Koshkariov A.V., Tikunov V.S. et al. (2005) Geoinformatics. Moscow, Academia Publisher House, 480p. (in Russian).
Kapralov E.G., Koshkariov A.V., Tikunov V.S. et al. (2008) Geoinformatics. 2-nd ed., Moscow, Academia Publisher House, Vol. 1 - 384p.; Vol. 2 – 384p. (in Russian).
Kapralov E.G., Koshkariov A.V., Tikunov V.S. et al. (2010) Geoinformatics. 3-rd ed., Moscow, Academia Publisher House, Vol. 1 - 400p.; Vol. 2 – 432p. (in Russian).
8. Tikunov V.S., Kapralov E.G., Zavarzin A.V. et al. (2005) Collection of Propositions and Exercises in Geoinformatics. Moscow, Academia Publisher House, 560 p. (in Russian).
Kapralov E.G., Tikunov V.S., Zavarzin A.V. et al. (2009) Collection of Propositions and Exercises in Geoinformatics. 2-nd ed., Moscow, Academia Publisher House, 512 p. (in Russian).
9. Zheleznyakov A.S., Tikunov V.S. Basing and Compiling of Atlas of Sustainable Development of Mongolia. Ulan-Bator, Soembo Printing, 2012, 220 p. (in Mongolian)
10. Zheleznyakov A.S., Tikunov V.S. Mongolian World: Methods of Investigation, Moscow - Ulan-Bator, Soembo Printing, 2014, 155p. (in Russian).
11. Panin A.N., Tikunov V.S., Furtshik M.A. GI Support of Tourism in Russia: Approaches, Methods, Technologies. - Moscow, Dialogue of Cultures Publishing House, 2014, 80 p. (in Russian).
12. Gusein-Zade S.M., Tikunov V.S. Visualisation in Noneuclidean Metrics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2015, 213p.
Vladimir S.Tikunov published more than 500 articles including 19 monographs and textbooks in Russia and abroad (Armenia, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, England, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, S. Korea, Mexico, Moldavia, Mongolia, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Rwanda, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, Ukraine, USA - in Russian, English, French, German, Italian, Armenian, Georgian, Czech, Slovak, Polish, Mongolian, Korean, Chinese, Arabic and Japanese languages). His current interests are geoinformatics, applied mapping and mathematical-cartographic modeling. He delivered lectures in the universities of Brno (Czechoslovakia), Irkutsk (USSR), Buffalo and Santa-Barbara (USA), Wageningen and Enshede (The Netherlands), Cambridge (UK), Johannesburg (South Africa), Guangzhou, Urumqi, Hong Kong (China), Santiago-de-Chile (Chile), Havana (Cuba), Sevastopol (Ukraine), Istanbul (Turkey), Yaroslavl (Russia), Penza (Russia), Stavropol (Russia), Geneve (Switzerland), Astana (Kazakstan), Reykjavik (Iceland), Berlin (Germany), Skopje, Prishtina, Tirana, Thessaloniki (ICA Workshop in South Balkan).
Results of his work were discussed at International Conferences in Moscow (USSR, 1976, Russia, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015), Brno (Czechoslovakia, 1991), Warsaw (Poland, 1991), Asahikawa (Japan, 1991), Munich (Germany, 1992), Charleston, South Carolina (USA, 1992), Washington (USA, 1992), Sharjah (U.A.E., 1993), Visegrad (Hungary, 1993), Cologne (Germany, 1993), Hong Kong (Hong Kong, 1994), Tokyo (Japan, 1994), Seoul (Korea, 1994), Vancouver (Canada, 1994), Prague, Brno (Czech Republic, 1994), Copenhagen (Denmark, 1994), Taipei (Taiwan, 1995), Madrid (Spain, 1995), Washington (USA, 1995), Berlin (Germany, 1995), Lisbon (Portugal, 1995), Irkutsk (Russia, 1996), Macau (Macau, 1996), Brno (Czech Republic, 1996), Sydney (Australia, 1996), Santiago (Chile, 1996), Karlstad (Sweden, 1996), Novosibirsk (Russia, 1997), Ore (Sweden, 1997), Beijing (China, 1997), Rome (Italy, 1997), Guangzhou (China, 1997), Vadodara (India, 1998), Raibichi (Belorussia, 1998), Barnaul (Russia, 1998), Melbourne (Australia, 1998), Yakutsk (Russia, 1999), Turin (Italy, 1999), Budapest (Hungary, 2000), Havana (Cuba, 2000), Apatity (Russia, 2000), Arkhangelsk (Russia, 2000), Novorossijsk (Russia, 2000), Cairo (Egypt, 2001), Budapest (Hungary, 2001), Barnaul (Russia, 2001), Svetlogorsk (Russia, 2001), Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (Russia, 2001), Beijing (China, 2001), Guangzhou (China, 2001), Nizhnevartovsk (Russia, 2001), Helsinki (Finland, 2002), Saint-Petersburg (Russia, 2002), Ottawa (Canada, 2002), Perm’ (Russia, 2002), Seoul (S.Korea, 2002), Novorossijsk (Russia, 2003), Sevastopol (Ukraine, 2003), Durban (South Africa, 2003), Brno (Czech Republic, 2003), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan, 2004), Rostov-na-Donu (Russia, 2004), Urumqi (China, 2004), Vladivostok (Russia, 2004), Changchun (China, 2004), Paris (France, 2004), Kaliningrad (Russia, 2005), Istanbul (Turkey, 2005), Urumqi (China, 2005), Stavropol (Russia, 2005), Washington (USA, 2005), Montpellier (France, 2005), Urumqi (China, 2006), Aya (Russia, 2006), Kaliningrad (Russia, 2006), Berlin (Germany, 2006), Bangkok (Thailand, 2006), Seoul (S.Korea, 2006), Vienna (Austria, 2007), Khanty-Mansijsk (Russia, 2007), Yellowknife (Canada, 2007), Saratov (Russia, 2008), Urumqi (China, 2008), Ulan-Ude (Russia, 2008), Tunis (Tunisia, 2008), Perm (Russia, 2009), Ghent (Belgium, 2009), Moscow (Russia, 2010), Rostov-on-Don (Russia, 2010), Salzburg (Austria, 2010), Ulan-Bator (Mongolia, 2010), Paris (France, 2011), Vancouver (Canada, 2011), Perm, Kazan, Saratov, Astrakhan, Volgograd, Samara (Russia, 2011), Belokurikha (Russia, 2011), Denpasar (Indonesia, 2011), Smolensk (Russia, 2012), StDie (France, 2012), Kursk (Russia, 2013), Bogota (Colombia, 2013), Novosibirsk (Russia, 2014), Riviera (Bulgaria, 2014), Belgorod (Russia, 2014), Kigali (Rwanda, 2014), Nairobi (Kenya, 2014), Mykonos (Greece, 2015), Rio-de-Janeiro (Brazil, 2015), Xian (China, 2015), Krasnodar (Russia, 2015), Suva (Fiji, 2015).
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