Vladimir Masloboev


Vladimir Masloboev

Deputy Chairman of the Kola Science Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, member of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of the Murmansk Region, Russia

Vladimir Masloboev was born in Arkhangelsk city, Russia. He graduated from the Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology named after Mikhail Lomonosov, specialty “Technology of special materials for electronic engineering”. Vladimir Masloboev works now as the vice-chairman of the Kola Science Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the Apatity city, Murmansk Region. Doctor of Science (Engineering), Full Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Honorary Doctor of the Northern Arctic Federal University (Arkhangelsk).

Scope of his scientific interests – chemical technology of mineral raw materials of the Kola Peninsula, development of technologies for environmental protection. As the Director of the Institute of Problems of Industrial Ecology in the North, which he led from 2001 to 2016, Vladimir Masloboev actively participated in the development of environmental researches and in solving specific problems for prevention of environment’s damage and restoring disturbed ecosystems in the Barents region, in the preparation of the National Public Standard “Ecological Safety of the Arctic”, in modeling the technogenic impacts of tailing dumps of mining and metallurgical enterprises on aquatic reservoirs and justification environmentally safe storage of mining and industrial wastes. Vladimir Masloboev coordinated a number of international projects in the area of environment protection in the framework of the Kolarctic program.

Vladimir Masloboev is the Adviser on the ecology and mining complex to Alexey Tyukavin, the first Vice-Governor of the Murmansk region, member of the Economic Council under the Governor of the Murmansk region, member of the Expert Council on legislation for the high North and the Arctic Zone at the State Duma of the Russian Federation.

Vladimir Masloboev is the author of more than 500 scientific works, including 38 patents and 6 monographs. He is Professor at the Murmansk Arctic State University and the Murmansk State Technical University, where in 2013 he created and currently supervises a Master’s program in applied geoecology.

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