The paper authored by V. J. Inglezakis and M. M. Fyrillas is entitled: “Adsorption Fixed Beds Modeling Revisited; Generalized Solutions for S-Shaped Isotherms”
Prof. Inglezakis is appointed as an Honorary Associate, an official faculty and staff position, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering. This appointment will begin on June 2, 2017 and will continue through July 2, 2017.
“Refineries Wastewater Treatment & Reuse” Room 2255 Engineering Hall 1 pm, June 15, 2017
A) Removal of Pharmaceuticals from Aqueous Solutions Using UV Irradiation and Hydrogen Peroxide
Stavros POULOPOULOS1, Aphrodite TETOROU2, Constantine PHILIPPOPOULOS3
1Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, 2Hellenic Open University, Greece, 3National Technical University of Athens, Greece
B) Fly Ash Derived Synthetic Zeolites Impregnated with Silver Nanoparticles; Characterization and Mercury Removal Potential
Stavros POULOPOULOS1, Vasileios INGLEZAKIS1, Dhawal SHAH1, Zhandos TAUANOV1, Grigorios ITSKOS2
1Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, 2Purdue University, United States of America
link to the conference http://www.wcce10.org/
The Festival of Postgraduate research is a week-long programme of events celebrating doctoral research at Brighton. The main aim of this event is to celebrate and showcase postgraduate research, to bring people together, and to draw to the attention of the wider community the important and exciting work of doctoral students. On the agenda were panels, workshops, exhibitions, lab tours, seminars, work-in-progress presentations and more. Zhandos had shown excellent work at “Work in progress presentations” event .
Also he presented the research poster on “Fly Ash Derived Synthetic Zeolites Impregnated with Silver Nanoparticles: Characterization and Mercury Removal Potential”. Wish him further success in his research!
ESTg was there, represented by Prof. Inglezakis