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Dr. Indrė Višniauskė

ORCiD iD: 0000-0002-7878-7013
Tel. +370 678 08 345
E-mail: indre.visniauske@lammc.lt
Savanorių pr. 287, LT-50127 Kaunas, Lithuania

Education         

2014–2018 PhD student, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry. 

2006–2008 Master degree in Applied Chemical Engineering, Kaunas University of Technology. 

2002–2006 Bachelor degree in Applied Chemistry, Kaunas University of Technology. 

Academic degree

2019 Doctoral degree in Agronomy, dissertation “Compost organic matter, its transformation in the  soil and influence of the plant growth”.

Research fields

  • Various research of soil improvement substances by means different instrumental analysis methods
  • Mineral fertilizers research by means different instrumental analysis methods
  • Organic fertilizers research by means different instrumental analysis methods

Professional experience

Since 2019 Junior Researcher, Agrochemical Research Laboratory, LAMMC.

2014–2019 Chemis, Agrochemical Research Laboratory, LAMMC.

2006–2012 Chemist, AB “Sanitas”.

Memberships and affiliations with professional organizations

  • Member of Lithuanian Soil Society.

Other activities

  • January 7, 2016 Training “Animal welfare and food quality. Organic farming and welfare”, ASU, Kaunas district.
  • January 8, 2016 Training “Scientific writing”, ASU, Kaunas district.
  • September 20, 2016 “Workshop on academic publishing”, Kaunas.
  • February 20 d, 2015 Training “The use of electronic science data base: biomedical science sources”, ASU, Kaunas district.

MAJOR RESEARCH OUTPUTS

Articles in journals indexed in Clarivate Analytics Web of Science database

  1. Višniauskė I., Barčauskaitė K., Bakšienė E., Mažeika R. 2018. Evaluation of contamination levels of different types of composts and their suitability for usage in agriculture. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 105 (3): 211–220. IF – 1,020

Non peer-reviewed publications

  1. Višniauskė I., Bakšienė E. Mažeika R. 2017. Different types of compost organic matter influence the growth of spring barley.17th international conference „Sustainable utilisations of manures and residue resources in agriculture“, Wexford, Ireland, p. 153.
  2. Višniauskė I., Bakšienė E. Mažeika R. 2017. Compost as one of the best organic fertilizer for the soil organic matter preservation. The 12 th international scientific conference ,,Students on their Way to Science“, Jelgava, Latvia, p. 32.
  3. Višniauskė I., Bakšienė E. Mažeika R. 2016. Fulvic and humic acids determination in different composts          „International conference on conservation agriculture and sustainable land uses“, Budapest, Hungary, p. 101.
  4. Višniauskė I., Bakšienė E. 2015. Įvairių komposto rūšių organinių medžiagų kiekio ir jų kokybės įvertinimas. IV jaunųjų mokslininkų konferencija: „Jaunieji mokslininkai – žemės ūkio pažangai Vilnius, p. 15.
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