Transfer Processes in Multiphase Media

Research topics: Increasing the efficiency of absorption and distillation in packed bed and plate columns; advanced technologies for direct contact low grade heat recovery from hot flue and exhaust gases; innovative fuel cells, based on chemical and microbial processes; extraction of metals and organic compounds in liquid-liquid and liquid-solid systems; liquid-liquid extraction by ionic liquids; extraction of bioactive substances from vegetal resources; high efficiency activated carbon and composite nanostructures on carbon surface.

Head

Head

Prof. Daniela
DZHONOVA-ATANASOVA, Ph.D.

Phone: (+359) (2) 979-32-27, +359 876 153 547;
E-mail : dzhonova@bas.bg

The research activity

The research activity

The research activity is focused on studying the mass transfer mechanisms in liquid-liquid and solid-liquid systems and development of various separation methods and techniques like extraction, liquid membrane separation, ionic liquids separation, adsorption, etc. The application is in “green” processes using non-toxic and low-pollutant chemicals, recovery of valuable substances or removal of harmful substances from wastewaters, hydrometallurgical processes for recovery of metals, manufacturing of valuable natural bioactive products extracted from botanicals and intended for pharmaceutical, cosmetic and nutritional uses.

The hydrodynamics and mass transfer in packed columns is another traditional research field. The studies include development of new types of high efficient packings and devices for uniform distribution of the liquid phase and elimination of the harmful wall flow effect. The latter allows for reliable transfer of laboratory test results to industrial scale.

Investigations are carried out also on treatment of industrial and domestic wastes through pyrolysis and incineration with utilization of the obtained heat.

Staff

Prof. Maxim Boyanov, PhD
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 74
E-mail: mboyanov@iche.bas.bg
 

Assoc. Prof. Elena Razkazova-Velkova, PhD
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 85
E-mail: razkazova_velkova@bas.bg  

Assoc. Prof. Svetoslav Nakov, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 80
E-mail: svnakov@bas.bg

Assoc. Prof. Tatyana Petrova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 81
E-mail: t.petrova@iche.bas.bg

Assoc. Prof. Konstantza Tonova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 87
E-mail: k.tonova@iche.bas.bg

Assoc. Prof. Dimitar Kolev, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 63 13
E-mail: d.kolev@iche.bas.bg

Assoc. Prof. Diana Ivanova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 70
E-mail:  dianadoc@abv.bg

Assist. Prof. Madlena Lazarova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 87
E-mail: pertrex@bas.bg

 

Assist. Prof. Svetlana Zhivkova, PhD
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 87
E-mail: svetlanazhivkova@yahoo.com

Assist. Prof. Nadezhda Shukova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 85
E-mail: nastemi1@abv.bg

Assist. Prof. Diana Ivanova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 70
E-mail:  dianadoc@abv.bg

Assist. Prof. Konstantina Stefanova, PhD 
Tel.: +359 898 357 120
E-mail:  kstambolieva@abv.bg

Assist. Stela Panyovska
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 34
E-mail:  stela.panyovska@iche.bas.bg

Assist. Stanislava Boyadzhieva
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 87
E-mail:  maleic@abv.bg

Chemist Teodora Popova 
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 70

Professor Emeritus

Prof. Rumen Darakchiev, DSc 

Prof. George Angelov, DSc
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 86
E-mail: gang@bas.bg

Prof. Krum Semkov, PhD
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 81
E-mail: kr.semkov@gmail.com

Prof. Ljutzkan Ljutzkanov, PhD
Tel.: +359 2 979 32 83
E-mail: lljutzkanov@yahoo.com

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Latest update - 01.03.2024, 15:03
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