Tatiana Morosuk

Technical University of Berlin

Professor Tatiana Morosuk (Tetyana Morozyuk) is the Head of the Department “Energy-Based Methods for Refrigeration Systems” at the Technische Universität Berlin, Germany. She studied refrigeration engineering in the Odessa State Academy of Refrigeration, Ukraine, and received her diploma in 1990. She received her Ph.D. in 1994 and Professorship in 2001, all in the Ukraine. Professor Morosuk has over twenty years teaching experience in the fields of refrigeration, energy engineering, and applied thermodynamics. She is associated with several scientific organizations as well as many international energy-related conferences and recognized international journals. She serves as an associate editor for the following international journals: “International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering” (Springer), “International Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering” (Elsevier), “International Journal of Energy Research” (Wiley), “Energies” (MDPI), “Entropy” (MDPI), and “Journal of Energy Resources Technology” (ASME). Professor Morosuk’s areas of scientific activities include the application of energy-based methods to the improvement of the thermodynamic, economic, environmental performance of different power generation systems, refrigeration/cryogenic systems and chemical plants. Particular attention is given to hydrogen economy, systems associated with the liquefaction of natural gas and the regasification of LNG, alternative refrigeration processes for sustainable industrial and commercial applications, and smart energy supply and use in industrial parks, including innovative concepts of liquid air energy storage. She is the author or co-author of 7 books and 12 book chapters as well as more than 300 publications and 10 patents. Fourteen Ph.D. theses and more than 100 master theses have been successfully completed under her supervision/co-supervision. Prof. Morosuk has vast administrative experience being the study dean of four international master’s programs in Germany, and the Head of the Energy Engineering Department at TU Berlin Campus El Gouna. Tatiana Morosuk is professor of Technische Universität Berlin, Germany. She studied refrigeration engineering in the Odessa State Academy of Refrigeration (Diploma in 1990), Ph.D. in 1994 and Professorship in 2001, all in Ukraine. The main objective of her research is to increase the sustainability of energy conversion systems from the thermodynamic, economic and ecological viewpoints. These activities in research and teaching cover a wide range of applications from power plants to refrigeration/cryogenic processes, and energy-intensive chemical plants. This includes smart energy supply and use in industrial parks, implementation of renewable energy, and innovative concepts of CO2 technologies. She is the author/co-author of 7 books and approximately 400 publications. Professor Morosuk is the director of the Institute for Energy Engineering at TU Berlin and the study dean of the four international master programs.

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Low-temperature technologies include the area of refrigeration and cryogenics. Since the beginning of theoretical developments and practical application, these technologies become a part of our life. Low temperatures have found application in almost all branches of industries as well as in households. These systems can be of very small capacity (few watts) up to hundreds of megawatts. In order to develop any of the technologies for successful practical application, very intensive theoretical and experimental research should be conducted. This book provides the reader with a comprehensive overview of the latest developments, perspectives, and feasibility of new low-temperature technologies and improvements of existing systems, equipment, and evaluation methods.

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