Kalevi Kull (with Ekaterina Velmezova)
Kalevi Kull is an eminent biosemiotics professor at the University of Tartu, Estonia. He was the president of the Estonian Naturalists' Society in 1991–1994.
Graduated with a degree in biology from Tartu University in 1975, From 1992-1998 is Professor in ecophysiology, Tartu University. Full Profesor at University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Department of Semiotics since 2007.
1991-94 President of the Estonian Naturalists' Society; Member of the board of J. v. Uexküll Center Member of international committee; Member of the board of K. E. v. Baer House; Member of the international board ofWorld Cultural Council.
His main research filed is in:
- Biosciences and Environment, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biophysics and Economic and Technological Research relating to Bio- and Environmental Sciences(biosemiotics)
- Culture and Society, Communication and Information Sciences(biosemiotics)
- Biosciences and Environment, Research relating to the State of the Environment and to Environmental Protection(biosemiotics, theoretical semiotics, philosophy of biology)