Gleb Netchvolodov

5.04.1967
372 56844088
372 7 481207
gleb@ut.ee
UK citizen
Address in Estonia: Anne 53, 169, Tartu, 50703 Estonia

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
10.09.2011–31.12.2017    University of Tartu, Institute of Semiotics, PhD Candidate, Thesis defense in 2017 (1,00)
10.09.2015–20.01.2016    Tartu Ülikool, Lektor (1,00)
10.09.2013–12.04.2017    Estonian Business School (EBS Education OÜ), Külalislektor (1,00)
10.09.2013–20.05.2014    European College, University of Tartu, Media specialist and lecturing movies production (1,00)
11.02.2011–01.06.2011    Tartu Ülikool, Lektor (1,00)
01.01.2008–31.12.2010    RBR Art Center Tokyo, Japan, Creative Communication Course, RBR Art Center Tokyo, Japan Creativity Improvement Developing Program (1,00)
01.01.2006–31.12.2008    The Art Academy, London, UK, The Art Academy, London, UK 
 Creative Communication Process - Creative Principles of Language and Communication (1,00)
02.10.1999–15.06.2006    Synectics, London Uk, Researcher and Consultant on communicative strategies and selected social groups sustoer identity formation (1,00)
01.01.1991–31.12.1993    Tartu University Gymnasium, Tartu, Estonia 
 Lecturer of Art History and Theory
 
 
Haridustee
1997–1998    Georgia Institute of Technology: Atlanta, GA, USA, ; Higher Education Program and Certificate of Design Principles for NewMedia
1984–1992    University of Tartu: Tartu, Estoina – Faculty of Philosophy, 1984 - 1992; Graduation passed with Excellent (5); Diploma N.01824, awarded in 1992; Masters of Arts in Humanities, MA
 
 
Loometöö
During the last decade the major research fields were in the areas of visual perception, cognitive process and graphical solutions for various “Signs” aspects. First attempts to design a framework for such a circle of problems were been set during Chicago Art Institute Computer Graphics Program and widened later in Atlanta Georgia Institute of Technology, where, besides performing studies on improved design principles, I was attending numerous classes of computer cognitive science and technical graphics workshops.
Position for Coke was directly connected to the research interest and included developing and implementing the visual system for inter-linkage of international offices with the primary target of clarifying and simplifying communication. Graphical interfaces and business action signs creation, based on perceptive interpretation and semantics flexibility, were part of the Project.
Those principles and elements later been used for my own Creative Improvement Program, the one has been running in Tokyo, Japan. The principles of the program, among others, are included the processes of perception, cognitive process and personal interpretation of images as an important contextual elements. ;
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo
My professional contribution also including accomplished artists experience with prolific work in graphics with number of international exhibitions and creative projects:



EXHIBITIONS

2009 Toriizaka Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2008 Promo-Arte Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2007 Gallery 54, London, UK
2004 Discovery Channel Gallery, London
2002 Saint Mary-le-Bow Church Exhibitions Hall, London, UK
2000 Tartu University Library, Tartu, Estonia

1993 Java Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA
1992 Church of St. Bartholomew, Copenhagen, Denmark
1989 Tartu University Library, Tartu, Estonia 



CREATIVE PROJECTS (concepts and participation)

2005 Salon des Artes, London, UK
2000 Tartu Art House, Tartu, Estonia 

1997 Dot Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
1995 Pearl Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA 


Also during the period of studying in Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, had had participated in numerous internal conferences, included “Media Tomorrow” organized by CNN;

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.14. Kommunikatsiooni- ja infoteadused; CERCS ERIALA: S265 Meedia ja kommunikatsiooniteadused
 
 
Lisainfo
General contribution – an extensive experience in BOTH fields related to the prospective Project: theoretical and in graphics. The second one is essential for developing and analyzing GRAPHICAL and visual models and modules as a critical part of the research.
Living and visiting over 20 countries is also essential help for such an International culturological and semiotics research. This experience gives an ability to compare different cultural and social backgrounds and to analyze it roots and specifics with much deeper and detailed attention.
Contacts with number of international creative agencies, institutes and companies, might play a significant role for the Project and for further developing strategy

Gleb Netchvolodov

5.04.1967
372 56844088
372 7 481207
gleb@ut.ee
UK citizen
Address in Estonia: Anne 53, 169, Tartu, 50703 Estonia

Career

Institution and occupation
10.09.2011–31.12.2017    University of Tartu, Institute of Semiotics, Doctoral Candidate (1,00)
10.09.2015–20.01.2016    University of Tartu, Lecturer (1,00)
10.09.2013–12.04.2017    Estonian Business School (EBS Education OÜ), Visiting Lecturer (1,00)
10.09.2013–20.05.2014    European College, University of Tartu, Media specialist and lecturing movies production (1,00)
11.02.2011–01.06.2011    University of Tartu, Lecturer (1,00)
01.01.2008–31.12.2010    RBR Art Center Tokyo, Japan, Creative Communication Course, RBR Art Center Tokyo, Japan Creativity Improvement Developing Program (1,00)
01.01.2006–31.12.2008    The Art Academy, London, UK, The Art Academy, London, UK 
 Creative Communication Process - Creative Principles of Language and Communication (1,00)
02.10.1999–15.06.2006    Synectics, London Uk, Researcher and Consultant on communicative strategies and selected social groups customer identity formation (1,00)
01.01.1991–31.12.1993    Tartu University Gymnasium, Tartu, Estonia 
 Lecturer of Art History and Theory
 
 
Education
1997–1998    eorgia Institute of Technology: Atlanta, GA, USA, ; Higher Education Program and Certificate of Design Principles for NewMedia
1984–1992    University of Tartu: Tartu, Estoina – Faculty of Philosophy, 1984 - 1992; Graduation passed with Excellent (5); Diploma N.01824, awarded in 1992; Masters of Arts in Humanities, MA
 
 
Creative work
During the last decade the major research fields were in the areas of visual perception, cognitive process and graphical solutions for various “Signs” aspects. First attempts to design a framework for such a circle of problems were been set during Chicago Art Institute Computer Graphics Program and widened later in Atlanta Georgia Institute of Technology, where, besides performing studies on improved design principles, I was attending numerous classes of computer cognitive science and technical graphics workshops.
Position for Coke was directly connected to the research interest and included developing and implementing the visual system for inter-linkage of international offices with the primary target of clarifying and simplifying communication. Graphical interfaces and business action signs creation, based on perceptive interpretation and semantics flexibility, were part of the Project.
Those principles and elements later been used for my own Creative Improvement Program, the one has been running in Tokyo, Japan. The principles of the program, among others, are included the processes of perception, cognitive process and personal interpretation of images as an important contextual elements. ;
 
 
Additional career information
My professional contribution also including accomplished artists experience with prolific work in graphics with number of international exhibitions and creative projects:



EXHIBITIONS

2009 Toriizaka Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2008 Promo-Arte Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2007 Gallery 54, London, UK
2004 Discovery Channel Gallery, London
2002 Saint Mary-le-Bow Church Exhibitions Hall, London, UK
2000 Tartu University Library, Tartu, Estonia

1993 Java Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA
1992 Church of St. Bartholomew, Copenhagen, Denmark
1989 Tartu University Library, Tartu, Estonia 



CREATIVE PROJECTS (concepts and participation)

2005 Salon des Artes, London, UK
2000 Tartu Art House, Tartu, Estonia 

1997 Dot Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
1995 Pearl Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA 


Also during the period of studying in Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, had had participated in numerous internal conferences, included “Media Tomorrow” organized by CNN;

Qualifications

 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.14. Communication and Information Sciences; CERCS SPECIALTY: S265 Press and communication sciences
 
 
Additional information
General contribution – an extensive experience in BOTH fields related to the prospective Project: theoretical and in graphics. The second one is essential for developing and analyzing GRAPHICAL and visual models and modules as a critical part of the research.
Living and visiting over 20 countries is also essential help for such an International culturological and semiotics research. This experience gives an ability to compare different cultural and social backgrounds and to analyze it roots and specifics with much deeper and detailed attention.
Contacts with number of international creative agencies, institutes and companies, might play a significant role for the Project and for further developing strategy
  • Leitud 2 kirjet
ProgrammNumberNimiProjekti algusProjekti lõppVastutav täitjaAsutusRahastamine kokku
SFSF0180056s12Enesekirjeldusmehhanismide semiootiline modelleerimine01.01.201231.12.2012Kalevi KullTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond120 390,00 EUR
ETFETF7594Kultuurilise autokommunikatsiooni tüpoloogia01.01.200831.12.2011Peeter ToropTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond53 563,16 EUR
  • Leitud 1 kirjet
PealkiriJuhendatavKraadJuhendajaKaitsmise staatusKaitsmise aastaAsutus
Towards a Typology of Typographic SignificationLemon, Mark RichardmagistrikraadKatre Väli; Gleb NetchvolodovKaitstud2013Tartu Ülikool