Prof. Inglezakis in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison organised a number of site visits in municipal waste management facilities in US. During his 2-weeks stay Prof. Inglezakis visited the Dane County Solid Waste Management (Wisconsin), the South Milwaukee Landfill (Wisconsin), the Columbia County Recycling and Waste Processing Facility (Wisconsin), Calumet Industrial Waste Management Facility and Materials Recovery Facility (Illinois) and the Portage Materials Recovery Facility and Composting Facility (Wisconsin).
Title: Assessment of total mercury content in water of the Balkyldak Lake-reservoir, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan
Authors:A.V Korobeinyk, V.R Yapyiev, S.Azat and V. J Inglezakis
Conference: 8th International Conference on Environment Science and Engineering (ICESE 2018), 11–13 March 2018, Barcelona, Spain
This study aimed at determining the levels of total mercury in water samples collected in the vicinity of the Lake-reservoir Balkyldak in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan.
You can read the full version of this paper in open access by following this link:
Dr. Yerbol Sarbassov (post-doctoral scholar) has made his first visit to School of Energy and Environment of Southeast University (Nanjing, China) under Social Policy Grant-2018 to participate in the research project “SO3 formation mechanisms during oxy-fuel combustion at high pressure”.
“Synthetic coal fly ash-derived zeolites doped with silver nanoparticles for mercury (II) removal from water”
Z.Tauanov, P.E.Tsakiridis, S.V.Mikhalovsky, V.J.Inglezakis.
And… #ESTglife again with you. Today we are telling about the conference, in which our PhD candidate Zhandos Tauanov participated.
3rd EWaS International Conference on “insights on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus”, was held on Lefkada Island, Greece, from 27th to 30th of June 2018.
Zhandos successfully introduced the paper, named as “Silver nanoparticles impregnated zeolites derived from coal fly ash: Effect of the silver loading on adsorption of mercury (II)” (Authors: Zhandos Tauanov, Dhawal Shah, Grigorios Itskos, Vasileios Inglezakis).
The Conference’s topics deal with hydraulics, hydrology, water resources systems management, urban water management, riverine systems, hydrodynamics and waves, global changes & smart cities, hydrology, raw and waste water treatment, waste management, groundwater and irrigation systems and advanced methods for environmental system analysis.
Title:Spatial and temporal temperature variability in Greece
Authors: Kalyvas T., Poulopoulos S., Zervas E.
Conference: 14th International Conference on Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics, October 15-17, 2018, Alexandroupolis, Greece
Our ESTg member, Almira Yagofarova is participating in a 2 month traineeship in the framework of Nanoporous and Nanostructured Materials for Medical Applications (NanoMed) project at the Universidad de Alicante, Spain.
Almira has already characterized the adsorption properties and adsorption capacity of various types of cryogels and zeolites (modified and non modified) by scanning electron microscope (SEM) and measured the surface area of absorbents by Gas adsorption method. Moreover, she has aimed to determine the materials adsorption efficiency by using X-ray diffraction (XRD).
Then also Almira is going to complete the process of removal of iodide from water solutions under different conditions and use UV-VIS for iodide measurements.
We wish Almira further success and waiting for her with excellent results!
Prof. Inglezakis got an European Project by Erasmus+ Programme “International credit mobility Key Action 1: Learning mobility of Individuals”, promoting the international exchange of students and staff between higher education institutions in Erasmus+ Programme and Partner Countries. Erasmus+ opens up the opportunities, allowing for mobility from other parts of the world to “Programme Countries”, and for outgoing mobility for European students to go to “Partner Countries”.
Credit mobility can be defined as a limited period of study or traineeship abroad (in the framework of on-going studies at a home nstitution) for the purpose of gaining credits. After the mobility phase, students return to their home institution, where the credits are recognised and they complete their studies.
How does it work?
Students and doctoral candidates are able to study abroad for a period of three months (or one academic term or trimester), up to a maximum of 12 months in each study cycle and may benefit from an Erasmus+ grant. Staff can spend a teaching and/or training period abroad from five days (excluding travel) to a maximum of two months and may also benefit from a grant. The grant for staff may provide funding for two additional days of travel (one before and one after the mobility).
“Insights into the S-shaped sorption isotherms and their dimensionless forms”
Vassilis J. Inglezakis, Stavros G. Poulopoulos and Hossein Kazemian