Title: Coal fly ash derived nanocomposite for mercury removal from wastewater
Authors: Z.Tauanov, V.Inglezakis, S.Mikhalovsky
Conference: Carbon 2018, July 1-6, Madrid, Spain (2018)
Note: CARBON 2018 will take place in Madrid. The Conference aims to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest research developments on carbon science and applications.
Conference: 4th International Conference on Low Carbon Asia and Beyond (ICLCA2018), Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 24 – 26 October, 2018
Title: Characterization, pyrolysis and gasification of refuse derived fuel, organic fraction of municipal solid waste, coal
and their mixture blends in fixed bed.
Theme: Sustainable Waste & Wastewater Management
Authors: Diyar Tokmurzin, Berik Aiymbetov, Bexultan Abylkhani, Almira Yagofarova, Yerbol Sarbassov, Vasilis Inglezakis, Christos Venetis, Desmond Adair, Stavros G. Poulopoulos
“The effect of initial pH and retention time on boron removal by continuous electrocoagulation process”
Theoni Maria Massara, Alper Erdem Yılmaz, Ibrahim Cengiz, Simos Malamis, Murat Tolga Yilmaz, Okan Tarik Komesli, , Peyo Stanchev, Vasileios J. Inglezakis, Evina Katsou
Botagoz Kuspangaliyeva is 3rd year undergraduate student, who works under supervision of Prof. Inglezakis in ESTg group. She is admitted for the University of Tokyo Summer Internship program (UTSIP) in Kashiwa.
This program aims to expose the undergraduates to world-leading research activities in the field of natural science for 6-weeks and its scholarship is awarded only to 30 students through a competitive process around the world. She is assigned to a laboratory of Professor Yoshito Oshima in the Department of Environmental Studies and will conduct a research project on organic synthesis using “supercritical water” as an environmental technology under his guidance.
Supercritical water is a promising reaction medium for organic reactions because its solvent properties can be varied with the temperature and the pressure, and these properties affect reaction kinetics and mechanisms. The aim of this study is to propose a methodology which enables to control the reaction rate and the selectivity of organic synthesis reactions only with the change of temperature and pressure of supercritical water.
We wish Botagoz that this internship would be very productive and contribute to further success in her research activities!
“Treatment of municipal solid waste landfill leachate by use of combined biological, physical and photochemical processes”
V.J. Inglezakis , A. Amzebek, B. Kuspangaliyeva, Y. Sabrassov, G. Balbayeva, A. Yerkinova, and S.G. Poulopoulos
“Optimization of heavy polluted soil from olive mill waste through the implementation of zeolites “
M. K. Doula, A. A. Zorpas, V.J. Inglezakis, J.P. Navvaro, D. J. Bilalis
“In vitro dermal bioaccessibility of selected metals in contaminated soil and mine tailings and human health risk characterization”
“Two-phase homogeneous diffusion model for the fixed bed sorption of heavy metals on natural zeolites”
V.J.Inglezakis, M.M. Fyrillas and M.A. Stylianou
“Investigation of rice husk derived activated carbon for removal of nitrate contamination from water”
Aliya R. Satayeva, Carol A. Howell, Alina V. Korobeinyk, Jakpar Jandosov, Vassilis J. Inglezakis, Zulkhair A. Mansurov and Sergey V. Mikhalovsky
We are pleased to congratulate our Professors Mert Guney and Vassilis Inglezakis with a new project, which was approved for funding 2018-2020!
The project title is “Mercury contamination in Pavlodar and Borovoe, Kazakhstan: Evaluation of atmospheric emissions and cycle systems, site assessment, and human health risk characterization”.
We wish Investigators and all researchers further success and excellent results!