KORDIKOVA, Elena Georg.
(b. June, 22, Krasnodar) - a famous Russian poet, writer,
journalist, scientist: palaeontologist, Cosmic geologist, mathematician,
archaeologist. Graduated from the Biology Faculty of the Moscow State
University named in honour of M.V. Lomonosov (1980-1985), speciality -
zoology, botany (course work: "Zooarchaeology of Scythian horses of
Kirkinitida (Eupatoria) and Chersonese Taurian (Sevastopol')", Thesis:
"Functional Morphology of the Oligocene swamp rhinos of Mongolia”;
scientific leaders - S.P. Maslov, J. F. Dzerzhinsky, V.Yu. Reshetov,
P.P. Gambaryan), the Geological and Prospecting Faculty of the Kazakh
National Technical University named after K. Satpayev (1984-1990),
speciality - geology, prospecting and exploration of mineral deposits
(student projects: "Reconstruction of the Oligocene and Miocene
biogeooriktocenoses of the Zaisan Basin, Eastern Kazakhstan:
Paleontology and stratigraphy; scientific leaders - M.A. Zhukov, A.
Yarmak, V. Malinovskaya, I. Radchenko, Shegay), graduated of the
Institute of paleobiology of the Georgian Academy of Sciences
(1990-1991; host professor - academician of the Academy of Sciences of
Georgia - Prof. Dr. L.K. Gabunia). Theme of Ph.D. thesis: "The fossil
turtles of Kazakhstan" (Ph.D. - 30.12.1991, Institute of Geology of the
Academy of Sciences of Georgia; approval of the Higher Attestation
Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow, 8.05.1992).
Since 1985 - work in the Institute of Zoology of the Academy of Sciences
of Kazakhstan. Director and supervisor (Principal Investigator) of the
joint Kazakhstan-French palaeontological expedition (1995) together with
Prof. Dr. L. de Bonis and M. Brunet (Université
de Poitiers, France); director and
scientific director of the joint Kazakhstan-American paleontological
expedition (1995) together with Dr. Gregg Gunnel (University of
Michigan, USA), Dr. P.D. Polly (University of
Mary and Westfield
the UK); director and scientific director of the joint
Kazakhstan-German-(Dutch) paleontological expedition (1999) together
with Dr. E.P.J. Heizmann (Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Stuttgart,
B-W, Germany) and H. de Bruijn (Utrecht University, the Niederlands);
director and scientific director of the joint Kazakhstan-Chinese
paleontological expedition (1999) together with Prof. Dr. Zheng, Dr. W.
Wu (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,
Beijing, China). Subject of scientific investigations: discovery and
study of numerous Cretaceous, Paleogene and Neogene faunas of
vertebrates in Southern, South-Eastern and Western Kazakhstan, their
systematics, biodiversity, biostratigraphy, palaeoecology and
palaeogeography. Subject of the Postdoctoral dissertation: "Ways and
regularities of evolution of Testudinata" (approval diploma from the
Alexander of Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, 28.02.2001).
palaeoreconstruction. Subject of currect research: Bosphoran Kingdom
(IV-III century. BC) and Early Byzantine Kingdom: numismatics,
archaeological, historical chronicles: the history of cities, wars,
raids, are confined to the space and natural phenomena, the development
and spread of Greek (Hellenic) & old Slavic alphabet and literature).
Scholarship-winner of DAAD (1998): Stuttgart University, Institut für
Geologie u. Palaeontologie, Host Professor - Prof. Dr. R. Leinfelder;
Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde,
Stuttgart, Dr. E.P.J. Heizmann. Seven-time scholarship-winner of the
International scientific Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (scholarships
in Germany: 1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2003, four European International
research scholarships of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation: work in
Poland, France, Switzerland and in the UK): Tübingen
University, Institut für Geologie
u. Palaeontologie; Host Professor - Prof. Dr. W.-E. Reif.
Scholarship-winner of the International research Volkswagen Foundation
(2001-2004): Stuttgart University, Institut für
Geologie u. Palaeontologie, Host Professor - Prof. Dr. H. Seyfried;
Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Stuttgart, Dr. E.P.J. Heizmann. The
author of more than 12 scientific monographs on palaeontology and
stratigraphy of the Cretaceous, Palaeogene and Neogene of Kazakhstan
(written in English); the author of poems "The Nature of Things",
"Fyodor Ushakov", "Mikhail Skobelev", "The forces leading to Trebizond",
"The Kingdom of Bosporus: Gorgippia, Phanagoria", "Golden Princess", "Pergamon
and Bergama", "Rhodes", "Talents and Admirers" as well as author of
verses, fables, romances, songs, librettos, translations, etc.
Tasya MEIERHOLD /=Elena Georg. KORDIKOVA,
the ROMANOVA- BEAUHARNAIS, DUKES OF LEUCHTENBERG/
was born on June, 22, in Krasnodar in the highly educated and intelligent family,
in which everybody, from the maternal lineage, loved music, literature, theatre, science and fine arts.
She has masterfully poetic pen and mastery of impersonation.
She has always loved poetry - she wrote verses in early childhood, adolescence,
improving and developing herself and her life
the New (MAYA) UNIFIED
SCIENTIFIC SPECTRUM MOON & SUN CALENDAR
7 days a week and 28 days a month, 13 months a year
JUNE - 1st month
since June, 22, 2001 = JUNE, 1, 2011