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2017-09-04 14:07  



Prof. Christo Boyanov Boyadjiev
Institute of Chemical Engineering,Bulgarian


Research Area:Diffusion type of models and scale-up, New approach for modeling and simulation of column apparatuses, Gas purification from SO2

Research Experience:

Education and degrees

1. Education (1954 – 1960) - Higher Institute of Chemical Technology (Sofia, Bulgaria).
2. PhD (1968) – USSR, Moscow Institute of Chemical Mechanical Engineering, PhD Thesis: "Influence of Surface Active Agents on Hydrodynamics and Mass Transfer in Laminar Film Flow".
3. Doctor of Technical Sciences (1978), Higher Institute of Chemical Technology (Sofia, Bulgaria), D. Sc. Thesis: "Hydrodynamics and Mass Transfer in Falling Liquid Films".
 
Awards
Bulgarian Order of Cyril and Methodius (first class).
Russian Federation Order of Mihailo Lomonosow (National Committee for Public Prizes).
 
Employment
Institute of Chemical Engineering, Bulgarian Academy of Science, since 1962.
Associate Professor – 1971.
Professor in Chemical Engineering, since 1981.
Head of Laboratory: "Modelling and Optimization"; "Process Systems Engineering" (1974-2010).
Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Science - 2008.
Professor Emeritus of Bulgarian Academy of Science – 2012;
Editor-in-Chief of the “Transactions of Academenergo” (Scientific journal of the Russian Academy of Science).
Member of the Editorial Board for the “British Journal of Engineering & Technology”.
Member of the Editorial Board for the SOP “Transactions on Applied Chemistry”.
Member of the Editorial Board for the SOP “Transactions on Physical Chemistry”.
Member of the Editorial Board for the „American Journal of Chemical Engineering“.
Editorial Advisory Board Member of the “Recent Innovations in Chemical Engineering”.
Review Board Member for the “Journal of Food Chemistry and Nutrition”.
Chairman of the Scientific Council of the International Scientific Centre for Power and Chemical Engineering Problems.
Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Workshop on “Transport Phenomena in Two-Phase Flows” (No.1 - 15).