Aleksandra Novikova

Senior Analyst
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Qualifications: 
Specialist, Mathematical Methods in Economics, Novosibirsk State University
MSc, Environmental Sciences & Policy, Central European University
PhD, Environmental Sciences & Policy, Central European University
Academic/Professional Experience and Achievements: 

Senior Analyst, Climate Policy Initiative (CPI), German Institute of Economic Research (DIW) Berlin, Germany; Lead Author of the Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)which has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace, 2007; Lead Analyst of the forthcoming Global Energy Assessment (GEA), the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria

Dr. Aleksandra Novikova had studied and worked at CEU during 2003-2009.  He last position at CEU was a senior researcher at the Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP), the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy. Currently she is a senior research analyst at the Climate Policy Initiative at the German Insitute of Economic Research (DIW-Berlin). Her research interests include energy security, sustainable energy policy, and climate change mitigation assessment.  Dr. Novikova has worked on the number of projects which relate to energy efficiency, greenhouse gas mitigation, and energy security issues for the UNDP, the UNEP, the European Commission, the Hungarian Ministry of Environment and Water, California Energy Commission,  Russian regional authorities, and other organizations. She is also a Lead Author of the Fourth Assessment Report of the Nobel prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Working Group III on Mitigation. Her first degree is in Mathematical Methods in Economics, Novosibirsk State University (Russia).

Academic/research topics: 
3csep
climate change
energy
energy efficiency
climate change mitigation
energy security
buildings
Energy policy
oil
natural gas
former soviet union
Central and Eastern Europe
Hungary
climate
energy conservation
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Language proficiencies (spoken): 
English
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Russian
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
German (intermediate)
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
French (basic)
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Hungarian (basic)
Year of enrollment: 
2003/2004