INESSA N. SIREKANYAN
01.02.2016

Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, Associate Professor

sirekanyaninessa13@aspu.am

Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, Associate Professor/Chair of Biology, Chemistry and Their Teaching Methods

Education
1999-2004 Vanadzor State Pedagogical Institute after Hovhannes Tumanyan

Academic Credentials
• Ph.D.; Physical Chemistry, Institute of Physical Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia 2015
Title of Doctoral Thesis: Determination of Kinetic Parameters of the Synthesis of New Types of Derivatives, Polymers and Chelate Complexes and their Physicochemical Properties
• B.S. & M.S.; Biology and Chemistry (Teacher Education), Vanadzor State University (previously Vanadzor State Pedagogical Institute after Hovhannes Tumanyan ), Vanadzor, Armenia, 2004

Work Experience
2013-present Laboratory Technician, Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry and Chemical Technology Laboratory, Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan (Yerevan, Armenia)
• Responsible for Chemistry Classroom Demonstrations and Experiments
2012-2013 Head of Methodology Department (Science and Math Disciplines), Jrashen Secondary School (Ararat, Armenia)
• Monitored and provided professional support to teachers
2006-2013 Chemistry, Biology and Chess Teacher, Jrashen Secondary School (Ararat, Armenia)
• Teaching Biology and Chemistry: Grades 7-12
• Teaching Chess: Grades 2-3
2008-2010 Chemistry Specialist, Science Education Research Department, National Institute of Education (Yerevan, Armenia)
• Made literature review on education system of various nations and produced a comparative report
• Reviewed chemistry textbooks (Grades: 7-8)

Trainings
2012 Certificate Program for Biology Teachers, Ararat Branch, National Institute of Education (Artashat, Armenia)
2011 Certificate Program to be qualified as Chess Teacher, Chess Federation of Armenia, (Yerevan, Armenia)
2010 Certificate Program for teaching Healthy Lifestyle (1-month class) organized by the National Institute of Education (Tsakhkadzor, Armenia)

Publications
1. M. L. Yeritsyan, I. N. Sirekanyan New nitrogen containing derivatives of glycol and components on their basis // Proceedings of the YSU, Chem-Biology series, №3, p. 33-38, 2015
2. I. N. Sirekanyan, A. V. Kalantaryan, G. V. Hakobyan, and M. L. Yeritsyan Copolymerization ov Acrylic Acid with Acrylamide Biuret Derivatives // Journal of Applied Chemistry, S. Peterburg, №10, p. 1526-1530, 2014 (in Russian)
3. I. N. Sirekanyan Some physicochemical options of chelate with biuret and cadmium // Proceedings of the YSU, Chem-Biology series, №3, p. 55-57, 2014
4. M. L. Yeritsyan, I. N. Sirekanyan, L. N. Yeritsyan Magnetic susceptibilities and moments of nitrogen containing chelates // Proceedings of the YSU, Chem-Biology series, №2, p. 36-38, 2014
5. I. N. Sirekanyan, G. V. Hakobyan, M. L. Yeritsyan Polymer-Mineral Sorbents on the base of Acrylic Acid and Derivatives of Acrylamide // Physical Chemistry of Polymers, № 13, Tver, 2013, p. 366-370 (in Russian)
6. I. N. Sirekanyan, R. N. Yengibaryan, A. G. Khacahatryan, M. L. Yeritsyan The nonsaturated reactionable derivatives of biuret // Proceedings of the YSU, Chem-Biology series №2, 2009, p. 27-30 (in Russian)
7. I. N. Sirekanyan The nonsaturated bis-derivatives of urea // Proceedings of the ASPU, Yerevan, 2008, p. 176-178 (in Armenian)
8. I. N. Sirekanyan, M. L. Yeritsyan The complexes on the base of biuret // Proceedings of the ASPU, Yerevan, 2008, p. 169-171 (in Armenian)
9. I. N. Sirekanyan, E. P. Safaryan, S. S. Gevorgyan, M. L. Yeritsyan The reactionable derivatives of biuret and complexes on their base // Arm. Chem. Journal, vol. 60, №3, Yerevan, 2007, p. 486-491 (in Russian)
10. I. N. Sirekanyan, E. P. Safaryan, S. S. Gevorgyan, M. L. Yeritsyan The modification of 1,3,5-trysmethylolisocianurate // <<Messenger>> of Engineering Academy of Armenia, №2, 2006, Yerevan, p. 303-306 (in Russian)

Languages: Russian, English

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