Assc. Professor V. Inglezakis has offered the opportunity to the students of Water Policy and Management course (MPA 685) taught by Assc Prof. Stefanos Xenarios, to visit the Environmental Reactor Engineering Lab where he demonstrated the operation of a pilot scale Activated Sludge Plant. Prof. Inglezakis has presented the process of biological wastewater treatment in all the different stages by explaining the significance of the experiments in the optimization of wastewater processes.
Alzhan Baimenov, PhD candidate from School of Engineering and Digital Science and Zhuldyz Baimenova, research assistant, members of the ESTG group continue their scientific research that was conducted at NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal at the University of Alicante, Spain from 1st to 31st of October 2019. The one month research was fully funded by the Horizon-2020 RISE international project “Novel Nanoporous Materials for Biomedical Applications” (acronym “NANOMED”).
Their research is conducted at the Inorganic Chemistry Department under the supervision of Prof. Joaquin Silvestre-Albero (host) and Prof Vassilis Inglezakis (NU). Alzhan and Zhuldyz do experiments on the removal of iodide from natural seawater by Ag-modified cryogels. The XPS, IC, TGA and other analytical instruments were used to characterize the cryogels after the seawater treatment.
Another international portal Med-Tech Innovation News published an article about the project of Prof. Vassilis Inglezakis. You can find more details by the following the link below:
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Prof, Vasilieios Inglezakis has participated as moderator of the discussion at the 1st GSPP Water Forum on 12th of October with focus on urban water management organized by Assc. Prof. Stefanos Xenarios .
The Forum included a Session on the Challenges to be met on urban water management in 21st century while a Roundtable Discussion was also organized on identifying similarities and differences of urban management in different Europe and Asia. In the Discussion, 6 experts of IWA participated, along with representatives from World Bank, Committee of Water Resources and the Committee On Construction, Housing And Utilities Services as well as from Nazarbayev University.
We would like to share with you an interview of Prof. Vassilis Inglezakis to the international media about him and his colleagues’ great projects. We are happy to inform you that you can read his interview in respectful media platform – Middle East Medical Portal :
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We would like to inform you that the Graduate School of Public Policy is organizing the Conference on Risk, Rationality and Resilence on 10-12 of October at Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
Within the framework of this conference, the Water Forum on Urban Water Management Challenges of 21st century will be held on 12th of
October, where Prof. Inglezakis will be the moderator.
You are welcome to participate in this forum.
Please register by following this link: https://gspp.nu.edu.kz/en/register/
We’d like to congratulate our supervisor Vassilis Inglezakis on receiving the Global Reer Review Award powered by Publons!
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Alzhan Baimenov, PhD candidate from School of Engineering and Digital Science and Zhuldyz Baimenova, research assistant, members of the ESTG group conducted 1-month research secondment (1-30 September 2019) at NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal. The research was fully supported under the framework of Horizon-2020 RISE international project entitled “Novel Nanoporous Materials for Biomedical Applications” (acronym “NanoMED”).
Their research was conducted at the Department of Chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Svetlana Lyubchik (host) and Prof Vassilis Inglezakis (NU). During the stay, they conducted the experiments on the removal of Cd(II), Sr(II) and Cs(I) nitrate salts in dynamic flow mode by cryogels. Also, the cryogel samples were analyzed by TGA analyzer to evaluate the thermogravimetric parameters of polymers.
In the photo Bexultan with Professor Jim Pak, ESTg’s collaborator from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.