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Vladislav Petrusevich

02.02.2018

VLADISLAV PETRUSEVICH
CEOS, University of Manitoba, 467 Wallace Bld, 125 Dysart Rd. Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 | (204) 272-0391 |
vlad.petrusevich@umanitoba.ca vlad@oceanographer.ca www.oceanographer.ca
EDUCATION
University of Manitoba, Environment and Geography
Ph.D. (Geography) scholar present
Advisors: Dr. Jens Ehn and Dr. Igor Dmitrenko
Research interest: Ocean Optics, Physical Oceanography, Sediment Transport, Tidal
Mixing, Estuaries, Acoustic Methods, Zooplankton Migration
Courses taken: Hydrologic Optics
Climate Change
Physical Oceanography of High Latitude Oceans
Fjord Oceanography
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Training
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Department of Physics
M.Sc. in Physics 2003
Thesis: Nonlinear optical susceptibilities of solutions probed by third harmonic
generation.
Courses taken: Optical Communication
Optical Broadband Networks
NI LabVIEW hands-on training
Moscow Lomonosov State University, Faculty of Physics
Diploma in Physics 1998
Majored in: Geophysics
Thesis: Modification of Equations of Magnetic Hydrodynamics Subject to the Final Mass
of Electron Component and Some Astrophysical and Geophysical Applications
AWARDS
Graduate Enhancement of Tri-council Stipend January 2013 – January
2016
Faculty of Graduate Studies Travel Award 2014, 2016
Graduate Student Association Travel Award 2016
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
Sessional Instructor – Physics of the Earth: Geomagnetism and Gravity 2009
Developed syllabus and overall course structure, and administered all grades.
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Teaching Assistant – teaching physics laboratory sections 2000-2003
Collaborated on curriculum and exam development, met with students upon request,
and graded all written work, including final exam papers.
RELATED EXPERIENCE
Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba
Geological Field Technician January 2007 – January 2013
o Responsible for daily operation and maintenance of CEOS laboratories,
workshop, and specialized scientific equipment.
o Assisted faculty and graduate students with research equipment; including the
design of equipment, training, field use, measurement, maintenance and safe
operation of this equipment.
o Field research and onboard CCGS Amundsen.
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o Shipping, receiving, logistics, customs clearing for various field campaigns
including IPY-CFL (International Polar Year – Circumpolar Flaw Lead study),
STAR (Storms in the Arctic) and ASP (Arctic Science Partnership).
o Hardware and software upgrade dual-band passive radiometer into tri-band
(19Mhz, 37Mhz, 89Mhz), with GPS positioning and still imaging for Arctic sea
ice and snow cover studies.
o Design and assembly of the new system, code development (LabVIEW
CompactRIO) and testing the new system onboard CCGS Amundsen.
Moscow Lomonosov State University, Faculty of Physics
Researcher January 1998 – January 2000
Computer programming for scientific purposes. Research in the field of light scattering.
Publishing scientific papers
Undergraduate Research Technician 1995-1998
Computer programming for lab sections. Research in the area of geomagnetism.
Measurements of vector of magnetization of Red Sea basalts. Field and marine research
FIELD EXPERIENCE
2017 CCGS Henry Larsen mooring retrieval and redeployment
2017 Nanuk, Hudson Bay field campaign
2014-2016 Sanikiluaq, NU Ice tethered mooring deployments and bathymetry surveys
2014 Daneborg, Greenland, Fjord Oceanographic Sampling
2013 ArcticNet Cruise CCGS Amundsen
2009 ArcticNet Cruise CCGS Amundsen
1995 Black Sea Sediment Sampling
LICENCES AND ADDITIONAL TRAINING
o Ocean Server, Fall River, MA Autonomous Underwater Vehicle operation training
o Class 4 driver's license (Ambulance, etc.)
o Valid Standard FirstAid and CPR/AED Level C certification
o WHMIS certification
o Pleasure Craft Operator's Card
o Non-restricted firearms license (possession and acquisition license)
o 2017 Government of Canada Security Clearance
o First Responder Training
o Snowmobile safety, Wilderness and Cold-Water Survival
o Fall Protection Awareness
o Transportation of Dangerous Goods
o Experience with and repair skills of small engine equipment (chainsaws, ice augers,
mowers, boat motors, generators, ATW and snowmobiles)
o Experience in setting and fixing camping gear (camp stoves, lanterns and heaters)
o Experience flying in a small fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters (at NE Greenland,
Thompson and with Canadian Coast Guard)
PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS
Petrusevich, V.Y., Dmitrenko, I.A., Kozlov, I.E., Kirillov, S.A., Kuzyk, Z.Z.A., Komarov, A.S., Heath, J.P., Barber, D.G., and Ehn, J.K.
(2018) Internal Tidal Waves under the Land-fast Sea Ice in the Southeast Hudson Bay (Submitted to Cont. Shelf Res.)
Boone, W., Rysgaard, S., Kirillov, S., Dmitrenko, I., Bendtsen, J., Mortensen, J., Meire, L., Petrusevich, V., Barber, D.G., (2017)
Circulation and fjord-shelf exchange during the ice-covered period in Young Sound-Tyrolerfjord, Northeast Greenland (74°N).
Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci. 194, 205–216. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2017.06.021
Petrusevich, V., I. A. Dmitrenko, S. A. Kirillov, S. Rysgaard, S. Falk-Petersen, D. G. Barber, W. Boone, and J. K. Ehn (2016), Wintertime
water dynamics and moonlight disruption of the acoustic backscatter diurnal signal in an ice-covered Northeast Greenland
fjord, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 121, 4804–4818, doi:10.1002/2016JC011703.
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Petrova, G. P., Y. M. Petrussevich, A. N. Evseevicheva, D. I. Ten, and V. Y. Petrusevich (2003), PHYSICAL METHODS FOR STUDYING
THE EFFECT OF LEAD IONS ON PROTEINS IN SOLUTIONS, Moscow Univ. Phys. Bull., 58(2), 49–55.
Shcheslavskiy, V., G. I. Petrov, S. Saltiel, A. Boyko, V. Y. Petrussevich, Y. M. Petrussevich, G. P. Petrova, and V. V Yakovlev (2004),
Nonlinear optical spectroscopy of collagen transformation, in Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences Iv, vol. 5323,
edited by A. Periasamy, pp. 353–359, Spie-Int Soc Optical Engineering, Bellingham.
Shcheslavskiy, V. I., S. M. Saltiel, D. A. Ivanov, A. A. Ivanov, V. Y. Petrusevich, G. I. Petrov, and V. V Yakovlev (2006), Nonlinear optics
of molecular nanostructures in solution: Assessment of the size and nonlinear optical properties, Chem. Phys. Lett., 429(1-3),
294–298.
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Petrusevich, V.Y., Dmitrenko, I.A., Kozlov, I.E., Kirillov, S.A., Kuzyk, Z.Z.A., Komarov, A.S., Heath, J.P., Barber, D.G., and Ehn, J.K.
(2018) Internal Tidal Waves under the Land-fast Sea Ice in the Southeast Hudson Bay, Arctic Change 2017, Quebec; 12/2017
Vladislav Petrusevich, Zou Zou Kuzyk, Joel Heath, Igor A. Dmitrenko, Rosemary Eastwood, Alexander Komarov, David G. Barber and
Jens K. Ehn. Fresh Water Fluxes under the Landfast Sea Ice in the Southeast Hudson Bay. FAMOS 2016, Woodshole, MA
11/2016
Vladislav Petrusevich, Igor A. Dmitrenko, Sergey A. Kirillov, Zou Zou Kuzyk, Joel Heath, Alexander Komarov, Rosemary Eastwood,
David G. Barber and Jens K. Ehn. Internal Tidal Wave Propagation under the Landfast Sea Ice in the Southeast Hudson Bay.
CMOS/CGU 2016, Fredericton, NB, 05/2016
Vladislav Petrusevich, I. A. Dmitrenko, S. A. Kirillov, S. Rysgaard, S. Falk-Petersen, D. G. Barber, W. Boone, and J. K. Ehn (2016),
Wintertime water dynamics and moonlight disruption of the acoustic backscatter diurnal signal in an ice-covered Northeast
Greenland fjord, EGU 2016, Vienna, Austria, 04/2016
R Eastwood, Z Kuzyk, J Heath, V Petrusevich, J Ehn, I Dmitrenko, C Guéguen, D Barber: Oceanographic Conditions under the Landfast
Sea Ice in Southeast Hudson Bay. Arctic Change 2014, Ottawa; 12/2015
Vladislav Petrusevich, Igor Dmitrenko, Jens Ehn, Sergey Kirillov, Soeren Rysgaard, David Barber: Mechanisms of zooplankton diel
vertical migration in Young Sound Fjord during the polar night. Arctic Change 2014, Ottawa; 12/2014
Vladislav Petrusevich, Greg Mccullough, Jens Ehn, Igor Dmitrenko, Kevin Sydor, David Barber, R Wang, G K Mccullough, G G Gunn, K
P Hochheim, A Sydor, Barber: Effects Of Tidal Mixing Patterns On Sediment Dynamics And Water Column Turbidity During
Summer-Fall In The Nelson River Estuary. Ocean Science Meeting 2014, Honolulu; 02/2014
MEMBERSHIPS
Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS Canada board member)
Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (Winnipeg Chapter Treasurer)
American Geophysical Union
European Geosciences Union
ArcticNet Student Association
Forum for Arctic Modelling and Observational Synthesis
Russian Geographical Society
ADDITIONAL INFO
Canadian Citizen
Languages: English, Russian, German (intermediate)

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