Ongoing projects:

MARBLE-Boundaries (RSF 19-17-00041)

The Russian Science Foundation project (grant number 19-17-00041) “Boundary conditions for problems of transport and fate of microplastics particles in marine environment”

BalticLitter (RFBR 18-55-76001) ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 – Science & Technology

Litter rim of the Baltic Sea coast:  monitoring, impact, and remediation.

Baltic CIL (RFBR 19-05-00717)

RFBR project No. 19-05-00717 ” The core of the Baltic CIL: examining the hypotheses of its formation”


Working Group #153 on Floating Litter and its Oceanic TranSport Analysis and Modelling (FLOTSAM)

MOTION (Microplastic aggregation and transfer in marine food webs)

International project funded by Swedish Institute programme aimed to support Third Country Participation in the Baltic Sea region (2019-2021). Mikroplast aggregering och överföring i marin födoväv / Microplastic aggregation and transfer in marine food webs / Агрегация частиц микропластика и его перенос в морских пищевых цепях.

RFBR project No. 19-45-393006

RFBR project No. 19-45-393006 “The presence, transfer and accumulation of particles of foamed plastics in the coastal zone of the Baltic Sea” 

RFBR project No. 19-45-390012

RFBR project No. 19-45-390012

Finished projects:

MARBLE (RSF 15-17-10020)

The Russian Science Foundation project MARBLE (grant No. 15-17-10020) “Physical and dynamical properties of marine microplastic particles and their transport in a basin with vertical and horizontal density gradient, the Baltic Sea as an example”

EI-GEO (RFBR 18-55-76002)

The project EI-GEO “Environmental impact of geosynthetics in aquatic systems” of the Program ERA.Net RUS Plus (No RUS_ST2017-212) (RFBR via grant No. 18-55-76002, 2018-2020), Germany (The Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)), Latvia (Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology (LIAE)) and Russia (P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of Russian Academy of Sciences (SIO)

RFBR project No. 19-35-50028

RFBR project No. 19-35-50028 “Research on the processes of sedimentation and particle transport of marine microplastics based on laboratory modeling using PIV methods”

Investigating settling process of marine microplastic particles of various shapes (RFBR 18-35-00553)

RFBR programme for supporting young scientists, Project No. 18-35-00553 (2018-2020)