Most important recent and active support

  • 2015-2019 – “ARCTIC-ERA (Arctic climate change and its impact on Environment, infrastructures and Resource Availability)”, Belmont Forum Fund (5 partners) (project coordinator and principal investigator)
  • 2016-2018 – “Atmospheric Circulation and Arctic Hydrological Cycle Changes: AC-AH”. ANR, (partner investigator)2015-2017 – “FRAGERUS-MRCM (Multi-Resolution Climate Modelling for improved representation of weather and climate extremes in Europe”, EU ERA.Net RUS Plus initiative (co-principal investigator).
  • 2014-2016 – “Physical mechanisms of sensitivity of hydrological extremes to climate change”. Russian Science Foundation (co-principal investigator)
  • 2013-2015 – “Mechanisms of the moisture advection in high latitudes in the present and future climate”. CNRS-UJF (principal investigator)
  • 2013-2015 – Mechanisms of the large-scale variability of extreme precipitation over the European continent from observational data and present climate modelling”. Russian Foundation for Basic Research (13-05-00930-а) (principal investigator)
  • 2012-2014 – “Arctic and Antarctic snow accumulation in the present and future climate”. Pole SMINGUE, UJF (principal investigator)
  • 2010 – Organization and planning of the WCRP-UNESCO Workshop on metrics and methodologies for estimation of extreme climate events. Granted by WCRP, UNESCO, Willis RE, NASA (principal investigator)
  • 2009-2011 – “Spatial and Temporal Scales and Mechanisms of Extreme Precipitation Events over Central Europe (STAMMEX)”. German Research Foundation (DFG) (PN 50160119) (principal investigator)
  • 2002-2012 – “Large Scale Climate Changes and their Environmental Relevance”. Funded by North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Science (key project participant)
  • 2007-2010 – “Mechanisms and predictability of long-term variability of extreme precipitation over Europe from observations and models”. Excellence grant of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science (MK-345.2007.5) (principal investigator)