Dmitry Kishkinev, PhD student Scientific Curriculum Vitae Personal data: Name: Dmitry Kishkinev Address: Dept. of Biology, University of Oldenburg, D-26111 Oldenburg, Germany. Born May 4th 1981 in Ulyanovsk, Russia. Civil status: Unmarried. Tel.: +49 (0)441 798 3095 Fax: +49 (0)441 798 3620 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Work: 2006-present: PhD student at Dept. of Biology, University of Oldenburg, Germany, AG "Animal Navigation" (Group leader: Prof. Dr. H. Mouritsen). Education: 2003-2005: Study in St. Petersburg State University, department vertebrate zoology, St. Petersburg, Russia. Supervisor Dr. Nikita Chernetsov (Zoological Institute of Rus. Acad. Sciences, St.Petersburg). Awarded a M.Sc. Degree on "Navigation in Reed Warblers (Acrocephalus scirpaceus Herm.) on spring migration”. 1998-2003: Study in Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University, Russia. Graduated with Diploma in Biology and Chemistry with honours. 1998: Graduated from Ulyanovsk middle school N 53 (ecological school) with honours, Ulyanovsk, Russia. Publications: 2007-2008: Chernetsov, N., Kishkinev, D., Gashkov, S., Kosarev, S., Bolshakov, C. Orientation programme of first-year pied flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca from Siberia implies an innate detour around Central Asia. Anim. Behav., In press. 2006: Kishkinev, D., Chernetsov, N., Bolshakov, C.V. Migratory orientation of first-year pied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca) from Eastern Baltic (in russian). Ornitologiya. V. 33. P. 153–160. (PDF with abstract in English http://www.zin.ru/rybachy/kishkinev-pdf/2006a.pdf). 2006: Kishkinev, D. Current trends in study of avian orientation and navigation (in russian). Zoologichesky zhurnal. V. 85. Nr. 3. Pp. 342–368. (PDF with abstract in English http://www.zin.ru/rybachy/kishkinevpdf/2006b.pdf). 2005: Mukhin, A.L., Chernetsov, N.S., Kishkinev, D.A. Song of Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus (Aves, Sylviidae) as an acoustic marker of wetland habitat during migration (in russian). Zoologichesky zhurnal. V. 84. Nr. 8. Pp. 995–1003. (PDF with abstract in English http://www.zin.ru/rybachy/kishkinev-pdf/2005a.pdf). 2000: Bulyuk, V.N., Mukhin, A., Fedorov, V.A., Tsvey, A., & Kishkinev, D. Juvenile dispersal in Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus at night. Avian Ecol. and Behav. V. 5. Pp. 45–61. (PDF http://www.zin.ru/rybachy/kishkinev-pdf/2000a.pdf). Fellowships/Awards/Grants: 2007: PhD student fellowship in International Graduate College “Neurosensorik”, Oldenburg University, 2005-2007: actively participated in grant “Orientation of migratory birds: endogenic program of detour of ecological barriers” funded by Russian Fund for Basic Research (headed by Dr. Casimir Bolshakov). 2006: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) 10-month fellowship for raising of scientific skills (Forschungslangstipendium) in Oldenburg University, “Animal Navigation” Lab. 2006: St. Petersburg Government Award (PhD project). 2004: St. Petersburg Government Award (Master project). 2004: A. S. Malchevski Award from the St. Petersburg Society of Naturalists. 2002: President Russian Federation Scholarship. 2001: G. Soros Student Award from International Science (George Soros Foundation). Meeting participations: 2007: oral report, European Ornithologists’ Union conference, Vienna, Austria, 24-29 August (PDF of abstracts http://www.nioo.knaw.nl/homepages/klessells/abstract_booklet.pdf). 2006: poster report on 3rd Summer School Ecological Brain Research, Moscow State University and Zürich University, 31.07. – 5.08, Moscow and the field station Bubonitzi (Tver region), Russia. 2006: co-author of the poster report, 24th International Ornithological Congress, 13.08 – 20.08, Hamburg, Germany. 2006: poster report, 12th International Ornithological Conference of Northern Eurasia, 31.01 – 5.02, Stavropol, Russia. 2004: oral report, Sensory Ecology Seminar, 11.11. – 23.11, Lund University, Lund, Sweden. 2003: co-author of the poster report, 4th European Ornithological Union, 16.08 – 21.08, Chemnitz, Germany. 2001: co-author of the oral report, 11th International Ornithological Conference, Kazan, Russia.