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Aušra Bakšinskaitė

ORCiD iD: 0000-0003-0291-7552
Tel. +370 616 04 881
E-mail: ausra.baksinskaite@lammc.lt
Studentų g. 15A-330, Akademija, Kaunas dist., Lithuania


2020 PhD agronomy studies, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, 

2018–2020 Master’s degree of Biomass Engineering, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Vytautas Magnus University. 

2016–2020 Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences, Agronomy, Faculty of Agronomy, Vytautas Magnus University. 

2014–2018 Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences (Smart Animal Husbandry), Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Aleksandras Stulginskis University. 

Research fields

  • Agronomy
  • Organic and mineral fertilizers
  • Non-food crop production research

Professional experience

Since October 1, 2020 Junior Researcher, Agrobiology Laboratory, Institute of Agriculture, LAMMC.

September 1, 2018 – September 30, 2020 Laboratory Assistant, Agrobiology Laboratory, Institute of Agriculture, LAMMC.

April 9 – August 31, 2018 Technician Department of Plant Nutrition and Agroecology, Institute of Agriculture, LAMMC.

2017 summer season Laboratory Assistant, UAB “Agrokoncernas”.

Involvement in programmes and projects

  • 2022–2025 Project of researcher teams funded by the Lithuanian Research Council “Optimization of legume nitrogen fixation and use in the organic farming ecosystem”, junior researcher.
  • 2022–2025 Horizon 2020 program project EJP SOIL internal program project “Optimizing roots for sustainable crop production in Europe - pure cultures and cover crops” (MaxRoot-C), junior researcher.
  • 2022–2024 EU H2020 EJP SOIL project “External organic matters for climate mitigation and soil health” (EOM4SOIL), junior researcher.
  • 2020–2022 national project “Evaluation and preparation of fibrous hemp products as organic carbon sinks in long-term products and soil for their application according to the IPCC methodology in GHG accounting”.
  • 2020–2021 Lithuanian Council of Science National Science Program “Sustainability of Agro, Forest and Aquatic Ecosystems” Project “Management of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Changing Nitrogen Flows in the Ecosystem” (MANGHG), laboratory assistant.
  • October 18, 2019 – 30 April, 2020 Participation in LMT competition “Student practice in free time from studies”.
  • July 1 – August 31, 2019 Participation in the LMT competition “Ne maisto paskirties augalų kokybė ir jų panaudojimo galimybių vertinimas”.
  • February 5 – December 31, 2019 Project specialist, project “Expansion of the use of multifunctional properties of bean plants in feed and food chains” (SmartLegume).


  • 2022 Support of the Lithuanian Science Council for study results.
  • 2019 Laureate of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Higher Education Students' Research Prize for scientific work “Biomass of herbaceous agricultural plants - raw material for bioplastics ie part of the circular bioeconomy”.
  • 2019 LAMMC Institute of Agriculture, thanks for the initiative and efforts in mastering new research methodologies and laboratory equipment.


Articles in journals indexed in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science database

  1. Motiejauskaitė D., Ullah S., Kundrotaitė A., Žvirdauskienė R., Bakšinskaitė A., Barčauskaitė K. 2023. Isolation of biologically active compounds from Cannabis sativa L. inflorescences by using different extraction solvents and evaluation of antimicrobial activity. Antioxidants, 12 (5): 998. IF – 7,0
  2. Doyeni M. O., Barcauskaite K., Buneviciene K., Venslauskas K., Navickas K., Rubezius M., Baksinskaite A., Suproniene S., Tilvikiene V. 2023. Nitrogen flow in livestock waste system towards an efficient circular economy in agriculture. Waste Management and Research: The Journal for a Sustainable Circular Economy, 41 (3): 701–712IF – 3,9
  3. Barčauskaitė K., Bakšinskaitė A., Szumny A., Tilvikienė V. 2022. Variation of secondary metabolites in Cannabis sativa L. inflorescences under applied agrotechnological measures. Industrial Crops and Products, 188, Part A: 115570. IF – 5,9
  4. Venslauskas K., Navickas K., Rubežius M., Tilvikienė V., Supronienė S., Doyeni M. O., Barčauskaitė K., Bakšinskaitė A., Bunevičienė K. 2022. Environmental impact assessment of sustainable pig farm via management of nutrient and co-product flows in the farm. Agronomy12 (4): 760. IF – 3,7
  5. Barčauskaitė K., Žydelis R., Ruzgas R., Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikienė V. 2022. The seeds of industrial hemp (Cannabis Sativa L.) a source of minerals and biologically active compounds. Journal of Natural Fibers, 19 (16): 13025–13039. IF – 3,5
  6. Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikiene V., Doyeni M. O. 2022. Biomass yield and biofiber properties of select industrial fiber crops in Lithuania. Agronomy Journal, 114 (6): 3129–3140. IF – 2,1
  7. Doyeni M. O., Stulpinaite U., Baksinskaite A., Suproniene S., Tilvikiene V. 2021. The effectiveness of digestate use for fertilization in agricultural cropping system. Plants, 10 (8): 1734. IF – 4,658
  8. Doyeni M. O., Baksinskaite A., Suproniene S., Tilvikiene V. 2021. Effect of animal waste based digestate fertilization on soil microbial activities, greenhouse gas emissions and spring wheat productivity in loam and sandy loam soil. Agronomy, 11 (7): 1281. IF – 3,949
  9. Doyeni M. O., Stulpinaite U., Baksinskaite A., Suproniene S., Tilvikiene V. 2021. Greenhouse gas emissions in agricultural cultivated soils using animal waste-based digestates for crop fertilization. Journal of Agricultural Science, 159 (1–2): 26–30. IF – 2,603

Other publications

  1. Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikienė V. 2021. Abstract book, Fertilizers and plant protection using biological measures. 17th international conference of young scientists on energy and natural sciences issues (CYSENI).
  2. Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikienė V., 2020. Abstract book, Evaluation of Possibilities of Using Herbaceous Biomass for Bioproduct Production. Agroengineering and Energy, No. 25.
  3. Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikienė V. 2019. Abstract book, Plants quality and adaption to the production of biopructs. Open readings, 62nd international conference for students of physical and natural sciences.
  4. Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikienė V. 2019. Abstract book, Use of herbaceous plants for the production of bio-products, The 6th Environmental Best Practices Conference “Sustainability schemes for bio-based products in the framework of the circular bioeconomy”.
  5. Bakšinskaitė A., Tilvikienė V. 2019. Abstract book, Use of digestate for plant fertilization - influence on soil and plant quality and GHG emissions. Open readings, 63nd international conference for students of physical and natural sciences.

Popular press articles

  1. Tilvikienė V., Doyeni M., Bakšinskaitė A., Stulpinaitė U. 2020. Ar pagrįsta organinių trąšų baimė dėl dujų emisijų? Mano ūkis, 8: 34–35.