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Name

 

Edgars Smalins

Address

 

37a-49, Stirnu street, LV-1084, Riga, Latvia

Telephone

 

+371 7032661

Fax

 

+371 7145154

E-mail

 

Edgars.smalins@meteo.lv

 

Nationality

 

Latvian

 

Date of birth

 

27.03.1975

 

Work experience

2001 -

 

Project "Assistance to Latvia on Implementation of the EU Ambient Air Quality Directive"

Name and address of employer

 

Danish Toxicology center, Kogle Allee 2, Horlsholm, Denmark

Type of business or sector

 

Air Quality measurements, modeling and management

Occupation or position held

 

Assistant Project Manager

Main activities and responsibilities

 

Coordination of project activities

1997 - 2001

 

 

Name and address of employer

 

Latvian Hydrometeorological Agency, Maskavas str. 165, Riga, Latvia

Type of business or sector

 

Air Quality and meteorology

Occupation or position held

 

Head of the Technical Systems Division, Technical Department

Main activities and responsibilities

 

Air quality measurements, modeling

 

Education and training

 

2001 -

 

 

Name and type of organization providing education and training

 

Latvian University, Institute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy

Principal subjects/occupational

skills covered

 

Atmospheric Physics, chemistry, reaction kinetics

Title of qualification awarded

 

PhD student

1997 - 2000

 

 

Name and type of organization providing education and training

 

Latvian University, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics

Principal subjects/occupational

skills covered

 

Atmospheric Physics, Environmental Sciences, Sustainable Development

Title of qualification awarded

 

Master degree in Physics

1999 2000

 

 

 

Name and type of organization providing education and training

 

University of Bremen, Institute for remote sensing

Principal subjects/occupational

skills covered

 

Flash Photolysis experiment, reaction kinetics, Atmospheric Physics

Title of qualification awarded

 

Master studies

Level in national classification

(if appropriate)

 

 

1993 1997

 

 

Name and type of organization providing education and training

 

Latvian University, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics

Principal subjects/occupational

skills covered

 

Physics, Mathematics

Title of qualification awarded

 

Baccalaureate in Physics

1995 - 1996

 

 

Name and type of organization providing education and training

 

Duisburg University, Physics Department

Principal subjects/occupational

skills covered

 

Physics< Mathematics

Title of qualification awarded

 

Baccalaureate studies in Physics

Personal skills

and competences

Acquired in the course of life and career but not necessarily covered by formal certificates and diplomas.

 

 

Mother tongue

 

Latvian

 

Other languages

 

 

 

Russian

Reading skills

 

excellent

Writing skills

 

excellent

Verbal skills

 

excellent

 

 

German

Reading skills

 

excellent

Writing skills

 

good

Verbal skills

 

excellent

 

 

English

Reading skills

 

excellent

Writing skills

 

good

Verbal skills

 

excellent

Social skills

and competences

 

 

Studies at foreighn Universities have developed communication scills and sociability. Teamwork is common at student corporations including the one I'm a member of.

Organisational skills

and competences

 

 

Organization of division's activities at Latvian Hydrometeorological Agency

Organization of Air Quality Project activities

Organization of students' corporation activities while beeing a senior

 

Technical skills

and competences

With computers, specific kinds of equipment, machinery, etc.

 

Air Quality measurement techniques (working experience), Air quality modeling techniques (working and studing experience)

Flash photolysis experiment for studing gas phase reaction kinetiks (studies)

 

Driving licence(s)

 

Yes

Additional information

 

 

 

Annexes

 

Publications and conference attendancies

1.    P. Spietz, U. Gross, E Smalins, J. Orphal and J.P.Burrows. Combined absorption and resonance absorption time resolved spectroscopy of iodine species, European Geophysical Society XXVI general Assembly Nice, France, 25-30 March 2001, Geophysical research Abstract Managing Editor A.K. Richter, Vol. 3, 2001

2.    P. Spietz, U. Gross, E. Smalins, J. Orphal and J.P.Burrows. Estimation of the emission temperature of an Electrode less Discharge lamp and Determination of the Oscillator Strength for the I(2P3/2) 183.038nm Resonance Transition, Spectrochimia Acta Part B (56) (2001), 2465-2478.

3.    Iodine and bromine resonance lamps in atmospheric research, Smalins E., Gross U., Spietz P. Ubelis A., Proc. SPIE vol. 5123, "Advanced optical devices", 2003, pages 63-68

4.    Use of Iodine and Bromine Resonance Lamps in Atmospheric Research, Smalins E., Gross U., Spietz P. Ubelis A., The 3rd Int. Conf. Advanced Optical Materials and Devices, August 19-22. 2002, Riga, Latvia, Programme and Abstracts, 54.

5.    Air quality modeling as a part of complex air management system in Latvia. Kadikis N., Vasiljeva T., Jevtushenko L., Lyulko L, Smalins, E. Eighth International Conference on Harmonization within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes. Sofia, Bulgaria,14-17 October 2002. Proceedings. Editors: Ekaterina Batchvarova and Dimiter,Syrakov. Sofia: Demetra Ltd. pp. 159 - 163.

6.        Complex atmosphere air monitoring and information system, case study: Riga city, Latvia Kadikis N., Vasiljeva T., Lyulko I., Smalins E., 8th European Symposium on the Psysico-Chemical Behaviour of Atmospheric Pollutants, 17-20 September, 2001, Torino, Italy