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Vember Valeriia
Ph.D., Associate Professor


Education: Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv , Biochemistry Department (Educational qualification: biologist / teacher of biology and chemistry); Danylo Zabolotny Institute of Microbiology and Virology NAS of Ukraine (PhD). Experience:  Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (1986-1992); Kiev Institute for Nuclear Research NAS of Ukraine (1992-1993); Danylo Zabolotny Institute of Microbiology and Virology NAS of Ukraine (1993-2001); Since 2001:  Associate Professor of Department of Ecology and Plant Polymers Technology. Research interests: the influence of ionizing and electromagnetic radiation on the microorganisms; various aspects of the interaction of microbial cells with nanoparticles of metals; methods to identify aquatic toxicants different nature. Reading courses: "Ecology", "Introduction to Specialty", "General Ecology", "Landscape Ecology", "Human Ecology", "Fundamentals of Microbiology"; laboratory and practical classes on "Biology". Scientific and educational works: more than 70; three patents.

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The course "Human Ecology" is for bachelors studying in the direction 6.040106 "Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources". Academic discipline belongs to the block of professional and practical training. Within the course "Human Ecology" students study numerous aspects of human interaction with its habitat: environmental, social, medical and biological, toxicological, etc. Future professional environmentalists in the field of human ecology are interested, first of all, the issues related to the influence of human activities on the natural and human ecosystems, as well as different measures to protect the environment, which can most effectively contribute to neutralize this influence. Academic discipline "Human Ecology" is closely related to "Biology", "General Ecology", "Chemistry of Environmental", "Reserved Matter", "Urban Ecology", "Environmental Monitoring", "Technoecology and Technogenic Safety", "Economics of Ecosystem Exploitation", "Environmental Modelling and Forecasting" et al.

Semester 7, 5 credits / 180 academic hours

Distribution of study time: 18 hours of lectures / 18 hours of workshops (seminars) / 36 hours of laboratory works / 108 hours of independent work / semester control  in the form of exam.

 

The course "Fundamentals of Microbiology" is for bachelors studying in the direction 6.040106 "Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources". Academic discipline belongs to the disciplines of self-selection of the institution. Within the course "Fundamentals of Microbiology" are studied the patterns of evolution and vital activity of microorganisms, their role and importance for the environment. Students are introduced to a variety of physiological and biochemical needs and capabilities of microorganisms, their relationships with other organisms as well as inert environment, with opportunities of applications of potentially useful microorganisms for environmental protection and economic needs. Academic discipline "Fundamentals of Microbiology" is closely related to "Biology", "General Ecology", "Landscape Ecology", "Chemistry of Environmental", "Organic Chemistry", "Wastes Utilization and Recuperation" et al. This course provides teaching discipline "Biological fundamentals of water treatment and purification".
Semester 8, 4,5 credits / 162 academic hours
Distribution of study time: 18 hours of lectures / 18 hours of workshops (seminars) / 27 hours of laboratory works / 99 hours of independent work / semester control  in the form of differentiated final test.

 

The course "Landscape Ecology" is for bachelors studying in the direction 6.040106 "Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources". Academic discipline belongs to the block of professional and practical training. The course "Landscape Ecology" is studying geocomponents' communications within the geosystems and their interdependence. This course combines methodological approaches of geography and ecology. Particular attention is paid to the determination of geosystems’ properties and to the allocation of landscape territorial structures. Analysis of the dynamics and stability of natural landscapes to anthropogenic stress is considered in course too. The teaching of "Landscape Ecology" is founded on knowledge obtained earlier within the courses such as "Biology", "General Ecology", "Chemistry with Fundamentals of Biogeochemistry", "Hydrology", "Meteorology and Climatology", "Soil Science", "Geology", "Environmental Legislation and Ecological Law". Based on the knowledge, obtained within the "Landscape Ecology" later are studied disciplines such as "Reserved Matter", "Urban Ecology", "Environmental Monitoring", "Human Ecology", "Technoecology and Technogenic Safety", "Radioecology", "Economics of Ecosystem Exploitation", "Wastes Utilization and Recuperation", "Environmental Modelling and Forecasting" et al.
Semester 4, 3 credits / 108 academic hours
Distribution of study time: 36 hours of lectures / 18 hours of workshops (seminars) / 54 hours of independent work / individual work  paper / semester control  in the form of final test.

 

The course "General Ecology" is for bachelors studying in the direction 6.040106 "Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources". Academic discipline belongs to the block of professional and practical training. Within the course “General Ecology” students study the structure and number of different relations arising between habitat and living organisms that inhabit it. In addition, to the competence of ecology as a science are included numerous systems on over-organism level (populations, communities, ecosystems and biosphere) and detection of mechanisms, which support their stability in space and time. Based on the knowledges obtained within the "General Ecology" later are studied disciplines such as "Landscape Ecology", "Human Ecology", "Urban Ecology", "Reserved Matter", "Technoecology and Technogenic Safety", "Radioecology", "Wastes Utilization and Recuperation", "Environmental Legislation and Ecological Law", "Environmental Audit", "Ecological Expertise", "Environmental Monitoring", "Environmental Modelling and Forecasting", "Economics of Ecosystem Exploitation" et al., because knowledge obtained in the framework of fundamental ecology, form the theoretical basis of environmental protection.
Semester 1, 6 credits / 216 academic hours
Distribution of study time: 54 hours of lectures / 36 hours of workshops (seminars) / 126 hours of independent work / semester control  in the form of exam.

The course "Introduction to Specialty" is for bachelors studying in the direction 6.040106 "Ecology and Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources". Academic discipline belongs to the block of professional and practical training. The course "Introduction to Specialty" provides students with theoretical knowledge that is to obtain a future expert in the environmental area. This foundation is needed for the study of special items that are required for the ecologist profession. Teaching of course "Introduction to Specialty" is realized in close cooperation with discipline "General Ecology", which helps to make clear some important or complicated for the first-year students issues, complementing the study of the theoretical foundations of environmental knowledge by applied aspects of environmental, technological and economic approaches to environmental management.
Semester 1, 3 credits / 108 academic hours
Distribution of study time: 36 hours of lectures / 18 hours of workshops (seminars) / 54 hours of independent work / semester control  in the form of final test.

 

 
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