(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Lilit Grigoryan

Beneficiary country: 
Grigoryan Lilit Armenia Né(e) le 1 December 1975 dans Etchmiadzin, Armenia;
Country of study: 
Last degree obtained: 

Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia: Geographer, Teacher of Geography (22 July 1999).

Scholarly work and publications: 

Studies of Heavy Metals in Snow Cover in Yerevan City: Proceedings of the 3rd Republican Youth Scientific Conference, Yerevan, pp. 135- 136, Saghatelyan A.K., Nalbandyan M.A., Grigoryan L.P., Sargsyanc A.G., 2002.

The Peculiarities of Heavy Metal Pollution of Water Bodies within Yerevan Agglomeration: Proceedings of the 4th Republican Youth Scientific Conference, Yerevan, pp. 219-220, Nalbandyan M.A., Grigoryan L.P., Mikaelyan M.G., 2003.

River Hrazdan Water Quality Asessment in the bounds of Yerevan City: Geographic Series, N2(19), pp. 100-104, Nalbandyan M.A., Grigoryan L.P., Mikaelyan M.G., 2004.

What the fellow says: 

"I work as a senior researcher at the Center for Ecological-Noosphere Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia. I would now like to express my thanks. First of all, I am indebted to the UNESCO Fellowships Programme Section, to its Chief, Mr Ali Zaid, and to the UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme for giving me the possibility to do this work and for their support. I am also very grateful to Dr Anna Van Griensven with whom I hope to remain in contact in the future. My special thanks go to Professor Rene Van Grieken for the close collaboration. I would like to thank Dr Armen Saghatelyan, Director of CENS NAS RA for his support, and, of course, I thank my husband for his understanding and support."