Dr. Akmal Akramkhanov

Country of current residence

Uzbekistan

Current position

Knowledge Management Coordinator for the IFAD-funded Central Asian Countries Initiative for Land Management (CACILM)

Current institute employer

ICARDA

Since

2007

Office address

ICARDA

6, Osiyo street

Tashkent 100000

Uzbekistan

 

Office phone

+998 62 2262119

Office fax

+998 62 2243347

Previous positions

01/2005 - 12/2006 Postdoctoral fellow

CIMMYT, Int. (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center)

 

2006-2011 ZEF-UNESCO Uzbekistan project, Urgench, Uzbekistan

 

2001 - 2013 KRASS, Urgench, Uzbekistan

Awards

New Zealand ODA Postgraduate Scholarship

Current donors

BMBF

Profession

Agricultural Engineer

Specialisation

Agricultural/Environmental Engineering

Degrees / expertise

PhD in Agriculture 2005

ZEF, University of Bonn, Germany

 

Master of Applied Science 2000

Massey University, New Zealand

 

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 1995

Tashkent Automobile and Road Construction Institute, Uzbekistan

Professional experience

Postdoc, Salinity monitoring 05/2007 – ongoing

ZEF/UNESCO Project Economic and Ecological Restructuring of Land and Water Use in the Region Khorezm

 

Postdoctoral fellow 01/2005 – 12/2006

CIMMYT, Int. (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center)

 

Junior fellow 01/2002 – 12/2004

ZEF, University of Bonn, Germany

 

Senior officer 07/2000 – 01/2002

Trainee/Researcher 07/1995 – 12/1997

Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers (TIIAME), Uzbekistan

 

Technology transfer and extension consultant 10/2000 – 12/2001

Co-operative Agriculture Development: Uzbekistan and Pakistan, NZODA project.

 

Farm mechanization/Seed processing consultant 05/2000 – 09/2000

Uzbekistan Grain Productivity Improvement Project

ADB project, Experience, Inc.

2011

Akramkhanov, A., C. Martius, S.J. Park and J.M.H. Hendrickx.  2011.  Environmental factors of spatial distribution of soil salinity on flat irrigated terrain.  Geoderma, 163 : 55-62 .

2005

Akramkhanov, A..  2005.  The spatial distribution of soil salinity: detection and prediction.  PhD Thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of BonnRheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.  Ecology and Development Series No. 32, Cuvillier Verlag, Göttingen, ISBN-3-86537-654-1  Further Information
Wall, P. C., N. Yuschenko, M. Karabayev, A. Morgounov, and A. Akramhanov.  2005.  Conservation agriculture in the steppes of northern Kazakhstan: the potential for adoption and carbon sequestration. 

2002

Choudhary, M. A., A. Akramkhanov, S. Saggar.  2002.  Nitrous oxide emissions from a New Zealand cropped soil: tillage effects, spatial and seasonal variability.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 93 : 33-43 . Download [PDF]
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2001

Choudhary, M. A., A. Akramhanov, S. Saggar.  2001.  Nitrous oxide emissions in soils cropped with maize under long-term tillage and under permanent pasture in New Zealand.  Soil and Tillage Research, 62 : 61-71 . Download [PDF]
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Akramhanov, A., C. Martius, S. J. Park, J. M. H. Hendrickx.  Environmental factors and neural network to map spatial distribution of soil salinity on flat irrigated terrain.  .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Institutions
Research countries
  • Uzbekistan
Research projects

Economic and Ecological Restructuring of Land and Water Use in the Region Khorezm (Uzbekistan):

A Pilot Project in Development Research

Professional experience

Postdoc, Salinity monitoring 05/2007 – ongoing

ZEF/UNESCO Project Economic and Ecological Restructuring of Land and Water Use in the Region Khorezm

 

Postdoctoral fellow 01/2005 – 12/2006

CIMMYT, Int. (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center)

 

Junior fellow 01/2002 – 12/2004

ZEF, University of Bonn, Germany

 

Senior officer 07/2000 – 01/2002

Trainee/Researcher 07/1995 – 12/1997

Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers (TIIAME), Uzbekistan

 

Technology transfer and extension consultant 10/2000 – 12/2001

Co-operative Agriculture Development: Uzbekistan and Pakistan, NZODA project.

 

Farm mechanization/Seed processing consultant 05/2000 – 09/2000

Uzbekistan Grain Productivity Improvement Project

ADB project, Experience, Inc.

Degrees

PhD in Agriculture 2005

ZEF, University of Bonn, Germany

 

Master of Applied Science 2000

Massey University, New Zealand

 

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 1995

Tashkent Automobile and Road Construction Institute, Uzbekistan

Doctoral research funded by

BMBF, Uzbekistan project

Akmal Akramkhanov

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department:
ZEF C: Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management