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Alla Kucherova

Head of Grant Projects Department

National University of Water and Environmental Engineering [ 2017 – Current ]

Сoordinate the universities’ international project activities. Prepare project assumptions. Manage projects.

Senior Lecturer at the Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Soil Science and Farming

National University of Water and Environmental Engineering [ 2002 – Current ]

Сourses “Waste Utilization”, ’’Soil Protection’’, “Soil Biology”, “Soil Quality, Standardization and Certification”, ’’Soil Science’’, "Organic Farming": design, prepare and develop courses, modules and teaching materials; deliver lectures, practical and lab work Research in circular economy in farming, waste bioconversion. Publication of scientific papers, reports.

Chief Specialist of Grant Projects Department

National University of Water and Environmental Engineering [ 2016 – 2017 ]

Search for the source of financing research and educational activities within the available funds. Prepare application documentation related to applying for grants.

Vice-dean of the Faculty of Ecology and Nature Resources Use

National University of Water Management and Nature Resources Use [ 2009 – 2013 ]

Member of the Faculty Executive Board. Manage projects relating to the faculty. Coordinate student- related matters. Develop the international focus of the Faculty. Preparation and reviewing of various documents/ reports.

Assistant lecturer at the Department of Soil Science and Farming

Rivne State Technical University [ 1998 – 2002 ]

Сourses “Waste Utilization”, ’’Soil Protection’’, ’’Soil Science’’: design, prepare and develop courses, modules and teaching materials; deliver lectures, practical and lab work.

Researcher at the Research department

Ukrainian State Academy of Water Management [ 1996 – 1998 ]

Member of the research team. Plan and perform experiments. Collect and analyze data. Interpret data analysis results and draw inferences and conclusions. Write reports.

Research Assistant at the Department of Soil Science

Ukrainian Institute of Water Management Engineers [ 1991 – 1992 ]

Member of the research team. Perform experiments. Collect and analyze data.


Master degree in Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Sciences

National University of Water Management and Nature Resources Use [ 2015 ], Rivne (Ukraine)

Master degree in Hydrotechnical Melioration, with honours

Ukrainian Institute of Water Management Engineers [ 1991 ], Rivne (Ukraine)

Grant Project Management Spesialist

Certified by the VCC FOUNDATION, Cert. # SC-05-000781-001-028059 [ 2019 ], Lublin (Poland)


[ 2021 – Current ] Collaborator. Knowledge transfer on organic farming and climate change in agriculture. U.S. Embassy in Kyiv in the framework of the Public Democracy Small Grant Competition – Education

[ 2020 – Current ] Collaborator. INTERADIS - International Students Adaptation and Integration https://interadiscoordinat.wixsite.com/interadis. E RASMUS+ Capacity Building in Higher Education (EU)

[ 2019 – Current ] Coordinator for NUWEE. Water Harmony – Integration of Education, Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Water Harmony-II extension). http://waterh.net/. Diku Eurasia (Norway)

[ 2018 – 2021 ] Coordinator for NUWEE. Ukrainian Farm Management Data as part of the project UKR 17-01 "Improvement of Agricultural Education at Colleges in Ukraine". https://u-fmd.net/ . German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture

[ 2018 – 2019 ] Co-coordinator. TENOR – Towards the circular EcoNomy in Organic faRming. http://tenorproject.eu/. Diku Eurasia Program (Norway)

[ 2013 – 2015 ] Collaborator. Development of estimating methods of greenhouse gases balance in secondary half-bogged soil and hydrogenic soil within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change


Ukrainian Society of Soil Scientists and Agrochemists (PO "USSSA") [ 2010 – Current ]

International Water Association (IWA) [ 2018 – 2020 ]


Hilevych Anastasiya, Kolesnyk Tetyana, Kucherova Alla (2021). Alelopatychni vzayemodiyi mizh zelennymy kulʹturamy v systemi akvaponiky. [Allelopathic interactions between green crops in the aquaponics system. ] Innovatsiyni tekhnolohiyi v ahrovyrobnytstvi ta pryrodokorystuvanni: problemy ta perspektyvy : materialy Vseukr. nauk.-prakt. internet-konf. 17 /07/ 2021 r. Shubkiv. [ Innovative technologies in agricultural production and nature management: problems and prospects: materials All-Ukrainian scientific-practical internet conference June 17, 2021 Shubkiv, ] P.96-97. URL: http://www.isg.rv.ua/images/files/konferen/2021/ Conference_2021.pdf (in Ukrainian)

K. Tuzhik, A. Kucherova, A. Brychko, O. Lesnyak, O. Khristenko, R. Schlauderer (2020). Upravlinnya danymy silʹsʹkohospodarsʹkykh pidpryyemstv Ukrayiny: dovidnyk .[Ukrainian farm management data: handbook. ] Kyiv, 80 p. (in Ukrainian)

Besedyuk V.YU., Kucherova A.V., Maletsʹkyy Z.V. (2019). “URBAN FARMING” – zabezpechennya lokalʹnoyi stiykosti dlya vyrishennya hlobalʹnykh problem. [“URBAN FARMING” - providing local sustainability to solve global problems ]. Naukovo-innovatsiynyy suprovid zbalansovanoho pryrodokorystuvannya: materialy mizhnar. nauk.- prakt. internet-konf. [Scientific and innovative support of sustainable nature management: materials of the international scientific-practical internet conference ] Rivne: NUWEE, 2019. P. 5–9. URL: http://ep3.nuwm.edu.ua/ id/eprint/16359 (in Ukrainian)

Kucherova, A. V., Trusheva, S. S. and Olіinуk, O. O. (2014). Ahrokhimichna dotsilʹnistʹ ekolohichno bezpechnoho vykorystannya osadiv stichnykh vod yak dobryv. [Agrochemical expediency of ecologically safe use of sewage sludge as fertilizer]. Ahrokhimiya i gruntoznavstvo. Spets. vyp. [Agrochemistry and Soil Science. Special issue.]. P. 200-202. (in Ukrainian)

Moshynsky V.S., Lаhodniuk O.A.. Lаhodniuk A.M., Korbutiak V.M., Kucherova A.V. (2013). Identification of re- wetlands according to remote sensing data for greenhouse gases cadastre. Workbook of International Conference ”Kolkhety Lowland Water Ecosystems – Protection and Efficient Use”, P. 156-160 https:// www.academia.edu/12529493