Alekseenko, Alexey

Adjunct Professor

Profile
  • Alexey Alekseenko
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-FLORES
    OFFICE:
    UNU-FLORES, Ammonstrasse 74, Dresden, 01067, Germany
    E-MAIL:
    alekseenko@unu.edu
    NATIONALITY:
    German, Ukrainian

    Research Interests

    • Characterization and management of integrated systems (hydrological; biogeochemical; hydrogeochemical cycles)
    • Degradation & Pollution of Water & Soil Resources
    • Land Use Changes
    • Natural Resources Management

    Education

    • Dr.-Ing., Mining Engineering, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany (2018)
    • Ph.D., Geoecology, Saint Petersburg Mining University, Russia (2018)
    • M.Sc., Environmental and Natural Resource Management, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia (2014)

    Appointments

    • Associate Professor, Saint Petersburg Mining University, Russia
    • Field-Worker, Geological Exploration Expedition, Russia
    • Laboratory Assistant, Research Institute of Biosphere Geochemistry, Russia

    Biographical Statement

    Alexey V. Alekseenko is currently an Adjunct Professor at UNU-FLORES and an Associate Professor at the Saint Petersburg Mining University. His post-doctoral research is focused on the final stage of a mine’s life cycle when an attempt to restore and remediate a landscape can become a revitalising initiative. Alexey studies geochemical patterns of soils, plants, water, and sediments to provide insight into the interdependencies of these media as parts of the Resource Nexus and to better understand what the desired new ecosystems are. Being a member of several societies, he participates in the sessions of the UNESCO International Competence Center for Mining Engineering Education, Russian Geographical Society, and the Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining (UK). His university and open public lecture series cover the topics of environmental geochemistry, land reclamation, climate change, and geoecology. To reach a wider audience beyond academia, he runs a science education Telegram channel (t.me/ecolyoha).