Romenets Andrii was born on april 6, 1976 in the city of Krolevets, Sumy region.
In 2000 he graduated from the Geological Faculty of the Kyiv National University name T.G. Shevchenko.
In 2000 - 2003 he studied at the post-graduate course of the Institute of Geophysics name S.I.Subbotin National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
In 2004, he was promoted to the post of junior researcher of the department of geomagnetism of the Institute of Geophysics name S.I. Subbotin NAS of Ukraine.
Involved in the study of spatial-temporal characteristics of module B, the construction of magnetic cards and the interpretation of magnetic anomalies. He possesses the basic techniques necessary for studying the spatial and temporal changes of the geomagnetic field, the skills of working with world databases of geomagnetic data. A.O.Romenets owns the method of numerical magnetic three-dimensional modeling, which allows, in combination with modern software complexes of processing, visualization and presentation of geophysical data, to receive new information on the deep structure of the earth's crust, the evaluation of the dynamics of the magnetic field and the prediction of minerals. This area of research is very relevant and promising today, as research results can be important for solving a number of theoretical and applied aspects of geomagnetism and ecology.
Since 2003, in the status of expedition participant, commander of the detachment, systematically participates in field research on various subjects.
In 2007-2008, he was on a business trip to the Antarctic Station "Akademik Vernadsky", consisting of 12 UAE.
In 2016, A. Romenets defended his Ph.D. thesis on the topic: "Spatio-temporal disturbance of the magnetic field on the territory of Ukraine". Scientific supervisor Orliuk M.
Romenets A. has 41 scientific publications, including 19 in professional journals and 22 in the materials of conferences and theses.
Actively participates in the work of scientific conferences in Ukraine.
With all the responsibilities it succeeds. The team is respected.