Ovechkina Lyudmila Viktorovna

Technician at the Archaeobiology and Information Technology Department of the Institute of Archaeology named after A.Kh. Khalikov of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences

Ovechkina Lyudmila Viktorovna (09/16/1993) – surveyor technician.

Lyudmila Viktorovna graduated from the bachelor degree course with a speciality in Land Development and Land Registry of the Institute of Environmental Sciences of the Kazan Federal University in 2015 and the master degree course with a speciality in System Ecology of the same institute in 2017. In 2017 she entered the postgraduate school with a specialty in Geoecology at the Institute of Environmental Sciences of the Kazan Federal University.

She familiarized with archaeology during practical training at the 3rd course in 2014 as part of Sviyazhsk expedition under the supervision of A.S. Starkov.

Since 2015 she has worked for two years on the visualization of logs and structures discoverd in the course of an archaeological expedition at the Island Town of Sviyazhsk, and conducted geodetic surveys (classification, allocation of excavations, relief photography), laboratory data processing (preparation of topographic plans) of archaeological monuments in Kazan, Bolgar, Bilyarsk, the Island Town of Sviyazhsk, and Selitrennoe village in the Astrakhan Region.

Academic Interests: history of studies of archaeological sites of the Republic of Tatarstan

Main Scientific Works and Publications:

  1. Vafina G. Kh., Ovechkina L.V. Sequence of actions during the creation of spatial excavation models / G.Kh. Vafina, L.V. Ovechkin // Proceedings of the 53rd International Scientific Student Conference ISSC-2015: Archaeology / Novosibirsk State Universdity, Novosibirsk, 2015, p. 81.
  2. Ovechkina L.V. Creation of an orthophotomap and section of an archaeological site / L.V. Ovechkin // Proceedings of the Regional Scientific Conference (Ufa, December 11-12, 2015) Ufa, 2015, p. 126.
  3. Ovechkina L.V. Statistical modeling of the productive part of the crown of a weeping birch (lat. Betula pendula) / collection of articles by undergraduate and postgraduate students of the Institute of Environmental Sciences of the Kazan Federal University 2017