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     Date Submitted:09-12-2012
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     Current job:Researcher, environmenta systems analysis, remote sensing
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsEnvironmental systems analysis, optical and radar remote sensing, modelling, multi-source data fusion, land management, land cover mapping, change detection, urban mapping, Project development & implementation, research, development oriented projects, Ar
    CV

    Personal information

     

    Nationality

    Mongolian

     

    Date of birth

    17 January 1967

    Gender

    Marital status

    Children

    Female

    In relationship

    One (daughter, 25 years old)

    Desired employment /

     

    Occupational field

    Environmental systems analysis, optical and radar remote sensing, modelling, multi-source data fusion, GIS analysis, land management, land cover mapping, change detection, urban mapping, air pollution

    Project development & implementation, research, technical (IT, GIS, Remote Sensing, land, vegetation mapping, change detection) and development oriented projects

     

     

    Work experience

     

    Dates

    May 2011- to present

    Occupation or position held

    Researcher, Maritime department

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Remote sensing, Environmental sciences

    Name and address of employer

     

    Projects

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Dates

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Name and address of employer

     

    Thesis subject

     

    IMARES, Wageningen UR

    (the Netherlands)

    COEXIST- FP7 project, Suitability mapping- modelling using GIS and SMOS satellite salinity data.

    DELTA- new Delta Plan –Use of Remote sensing for coastal defence.

    PRODUS- using sonar data for impact from fisheries in the Wadden Sea

    Mangrove mapping in Bonaire using WorldView-2 satellite data

    ERS-1,2 SAR, RADARSAT-2, FORMOSAT-2 satellite data for mussel beds temporal, spatial and vertical development in the Dutch Wadden Sea

    VECTORS- primary production using MODIS satellite chlorophyll data

    WorldView-2 data for coastal defence in the Dutch Wadden Sea.

     

     

    1/Sept/08- October 2010

    Master of Environmental Sciences

    Wageningen University

    (the Netherlands)

    Air pollution from shipping & climate change in the Barents Sea, Norwegian and Russian ships. Aspects of Toxicology and Environmental Systems Analysis.

     

    Dates

    June/07 – August/08

    Occupation or position held

    Project manager

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    Achievements

    Technology transfer of Livestock Early Warning System (LEWS) by Global Livestock Collaborative Research and Support Program’s (GL-CRSP), to Mongolian pastoral communities and policy makers. The intent to mitigate risks to livelihoods from severe climate conditions and improve sustainability of the rangeland management.

     

    -          Management & operation of technical component of the system (PHYGROW forage growth simulation model based on real-time satellite data)

    -          Product delivery & information & communication outreach

    -          Project administration & management

    -          Staff coaching and supervision, translation services

    -          Fund raising (3 more years) from World Bank USA

    -          Acceptance by Mongolian government to integrate LEWS system into national forecast system

    -          Presentation & award for best presentation in International Grassland/Rangeland congress (China, 2008); concluding workshop GL-CRSP, Kenya, 2009. Publication of 3 articles in research briefs of GL-CRSP program, USAID, conference proceedings.

    -          Work experience in multi-disciplinary (ecology, botany, rangeland management, GIS, Remote Sensing, nutrition, communication, policy) and international team (Texas A&M University, USA; USAID).

    Name and address of employer

    Mercy Corps Mongolia, Texas A&M University, USA; USAID/World Bank

     

    Dates

    March/07 – May/07

    Occupation or position held

    Translator of technical & financial documents

    Project activities

     

     

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    Special responsibilities

    Achievements

     

    Name and address of employer

    Dates

    Provision of auditing services to Mongolian-Russian joint Copper Mining Corporation Erdenet (the 10th largest production mine in the world).

    -          Provision of professional translation services (verbal and writing) on financial and technical documentation;

    -          Conducting interview, questionnaires; complying reports and data

    Non-disclosure of financial statements and company financial information to the third parties

    Work experience in multi-cultural and professionally diverse team (auditors, economists,

    environmental specialists, technical engineers, top level management).

    KPMG International Audit (Mongolian branch), Mongolian-Russian joint Mining Corporation Erdenet

     

    May/06 – Feb/07

    Occupation or position held

    Short-term national GIS/Remote Sensing consultant

    Project activities

     

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    Dates

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    Name and address of employer

     

    Conservation of the Great Gobi Ecosystem & its Umbrella Species (Gobi bear and wild camel) project

    -  Data collection, analysis, standardization. Design, implementation of GIS environmental database.

    -  Training on GIS concepts, database update and technical support

    - Enhancement of technical capacity of the National park staff on GIS & Remote Sensing technology

    - First manual on Great Gobi GIS based databasedeveloped in English & Mongolian languages

    - Standardization & compliance of multi-source environmental data

    - Work experience in multi-disciplinary team (wild life conservation, botanists, policy makers, park rangers, researchers).

    United Nations Development Programme, Ministry for Nature & Environment, MON/02/G35

     

    March/2005 - May/2006

    Cadastre GIS officer (fiscal cadastre and land management)

    Technology and knowledge transfer on setting fiscal land & property evaluation system for land management

    Responsibility on technical component of the fiscal system- data collection, compliance, analysis in GIS database. Provision of translation services (cadastral information, land management, GIS); support of international staff; other duties as required (services and support)

    Non-disclose of citizen’s private records, internal ministerial documents & high precision topographic data

    Experience of work and interaction with government agencies, ministries and top-level officials and international agencies (ADB, Sweden Survey,Terra Systems Germany, Millennium Challenge Corporation USA, Word Bank)

    German Technical Assistance- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), implemented by GFA Consulting Group (Hamburg, Germany)

    Dates

    October/95 – March/04

    Occupation or position held

    Project activities

     

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    Achievements

     

    Name and address of employer

    Assistant, Research scientist

    Research, development, education and advise on application of Remote Sensing & GIS for Natural resources management

    Assistance, research and participation in research project on applications of Remote Sensing technology for land cover change mapping, geology, geomorphology and archaeology.

    Participation in international research projects (Potsdam University Germany (land cover mapping); Chinese Academy of Sciences (geology); German Aerospace Agency DLR.

    Informatics Institute, Mongolian Academy of Sciences

     

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    May/2005 -September/2005

    Remote sensing/GIS research scientist

    Forest mapping & change detection using radar ERS & optical Remote Sensing & forest inventory data for community forest conservation

    Research on development of methodology on forest mapping & change detection using radar & optical remote sensing data, based on experience of SIBERIA-1 (EU, Freidrich-Schiller Jena University, Germany) project.

    Development of methodology on forest mapping using remote sensing data; training of forestry staff on remote sensing data processing (ERDAS Imagine software); provision of support & assistance to international staff.

    Institute of Forestry, Mongolia; Food and Agriculture Organization for United Nations project on Participatory forestry, Freidrich-Schiller Jena University, Germany

     

    Sept/03-April/04

    Project officer/translator

    Rural community development & capacity strengthening for nature conservation. The Mongolian experience presented in Durban International Congress- Indigenous peoples and protected areas (2004).

    Participation in project activities, provision of technical, documentation and translation support and services to project staff and project leader.

    Work experience with community development, nature conservation program & multi-level stakeholders.

    German Technical Assistance- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), implemented by New Zealand Nature Institute, Environment conservation program

     

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    Sept/02-Julyl/03

    GIS and Remote Sensing researcher

    Research on development of post-socialist system of transition, livestock and human mobility

    Participation in project activities, data collection, analysis and compliance in GIS database; land cover mapping;

    Work experience in socio-economic research project in multi-disciplinary and diverse team

    Centre of Development of Research (DAAD, Free University of Berlin), Mongolian National University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

     

    Sept/97-Oct/01(part-time)

    Assistant

    Acquisition and data delivery of radar ERS-1, 2 and optical Landsat TM, ETM data for SIBERIA-1 (EU) and UNDP/EU “Coal fire monitoring using Landsat data in China” projects.

    Provision of support and assistance on technical components (data acquisition), administration (custom clearance, equipment shipping, organisation, station maintenance, permits, etc.)

    Work experience in real-time satellite data acquision and technical team (antenna and satellite data acquision engineers, software programmes).

     

    Education and training

    Dates

     

     

    05/02/05 – 20/02/05

    Title of qualification awarded

    Certificate on Participatory Planning, Monitoring & Project evaluation PPM

     

    Principal subjects / occupational skills      covered

     Project planning, evaluation techniques, stakeholder’s participation, community involvement.

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    Wageningen International Agriculture Centre

    Wageningen (Netherlands)

    Dates

    01/09/99 – 20/02/01

    Title of qualification awarded

    Master in Geoinformation Sciences & Earth Observation

    Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

    Information systems development; Data management, spatial modelling. Radar data processing.

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    International Institute of Geoinformation Sciences and Earth Observation, ITC

    Enschede (Netherlands)

    Dates

    01/03/96 – 01/12/06

    Title of qualification awarded

    Post Graduate Diploma on Remote Sensing and GIS. Specialization: Information systems for Natural Resources management

    Principal subjects / occupational skills covered

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

     

     Advanced concepts of Remote Sensing, sustainable development & integrated management.

     

    Centre for Space Sciences and Technology Education in Asia & Pacific, CSSTE-AP,

    Affiliated to the United Nations

    Dehra Dun (India)

    Dates

    01/09/83 – 14/06/89

    Title of qualification awarded

    Principal subjects / occupational skills

    covered

    Bachelor on Cartography

    Principles of Cartography, physical geography, geomorphology, photogrammetry- aerial photography, geodesy surveying.

    Name and type of organisation providing education and training

    Institute of Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography (NIIGAiK)

    Novosibirsk (Russian Federation).

     

     

     

     

    Personal skills and competence

     

    Mother tongue(s)- Mongolian

    Other language(s)- English, Russian, Dutch (basic), German (some)

     

    Insights Discovery Personal profile- 23.10.2012, Reforming observer.

    1.        Key strengths

    Analysis, understanding of underlying principles, concise and incisive in communication, will always find ways to work more effectively, keen observer, strong sense of duty, trustworthiness, using common sense, logical thinker.

    2.        Key Weaknesses

    Difficulties in switching off from work, reluctant to risk new ideas, too self-critical, occasionally may become too focused.

    3.        Value to the team

    Ensuring objective decision making, seeks and provides attention to detail, helps avoiding mistakes, providing a fund of factual information, data and statistics, helps to ensure consistency on team output, takes a no-nonsense approach, adapts in performing her role and responsibilities.

     

    Technical skills and competence

    Skilled at GIS and Remote Sensing data editing, processing and classification, multi-source data fusion. Able to maintain the small GIS datasets and databases, familiar with metadata concepts, data quality, data transfer, GIS conceptual schema language.

     

    Computer skills and competence

    Image processing programs Erdas Imagine, PCI Geomatica, ENVI.

     

    Personal interest/hobbies:

    Collecting coins of places I travelled; watching movies, reading books, internet, opera, singing, classical music (Mozart). Studied in musical school, piano class. Like to travel, favourite places- desert and ocean. Trekking, camping, horse riding.



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