Jozef Markoš

Professor Jozef Markoš, born 1957 in Kremnica, Slovakia, is a full professor at Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. He has over 30 years of research experience in the field of experimental and mathematical modelling, simulation, design and optimization of multiphase reactors and separations processes (heterogeneous catalysis, gas – liquid reactors, air lift bioreactors, reactive distillation, hybrid systems bioreactor – membrane separation) with several industrial realizations. His research and pedagogical activities are fully connected with Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava where he graduated in 1981, obtained his PhD in 1985 and became a full professor in 2005 (excluding 3 years, from 1991 to 1994 which he spent as postdoc at University of Cagliary, Italy and as senior researcher at research center C.R.S.4, Cagliary, Italy). Currently, Professor Markoš teaches Bc course “Basics of Chemical Reactors” and Ms courses “Theory of Multiphase Chemical Reactors” and “Mass Transfer and Separation processes”. The research of professor Markoš has resulted in over 75 CC journal publications and over 100 conference publications.

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This book offers several solutions or approaches in solving mass transfer problems for different practical chemical engineering applications: measurements of the diffusion coefficients, estimation of the mass transfer coefficients, mass transfer limitation in separation processes like drying, extractions, absorption, membrane processes, mass transfer in the microbial fuel cell design, and problems of the mass transfer coupled with the heterogeneous combustion. I believe this book can provide its readers with interesting ideas and inspirations or direct solutions of their particular problems.

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