Professor of Chemical Engineering
CV4 7AL, UK
Phone: +44 (0)24 765 22202
Fax: +44 (0)24 76 418922
- CO2 capture
- Composite magnetic nanoparticles
- RF and microwave heating
- 3D printing of structured reactors
- Fine chemicals synthesis
Professor Rebrov's current research is at the interface between material nano-engineering and catalytic reactor engineering with a strong focus on the application of nonconventional energy sources, such as microwave, radiofrequency fields and UV light, to activate catalysts and to intensify reaction and transport processes. The research is focused on the understanding and controlling of the interaction of physical transport and reaction processes at all relevant time and length scales in the realization and testing of these chemical reactors for a wide range of applications and processes.
Stoli Catalysts has created a brand-new catalyst coating technology offering more energy efficient, lower capital investment and higher quality production techniques. The company is already working with a number of well-known companies on a national and international level to both test and prove its technology. Professor Rebrov is a director of the company.
- N.Cherkasov, A.O. Ibhadon, E.V. Rebrov, Solvent-free semihydrogenation of acetylene alcohols in a capillary microreactor coated with Pd-Bi/TiO2 catalysts, Appl. Catal. A 515 (2016) 108–115.
- J. Fernández, M. Sotenko, V. Derevschikov, A. Lysikov, E.V. Rebrov, A radiofrequency heated reactor system for post-combustion carbon capture, Chem. Eng. Processing: Process Intensification 108 (2016) 17-26.
- N. Cherkasov, A.O.Ibhadon, E.V. Rebrov, Novel synthesis of thick wall coatings of titania supported Bi poisoned Pd catalysts and application in selective hydrogenation of acetylene alcohols in capillary microreactors. Lab Chip 15 (2015) 1952-1960.
- S.Chatterjee, V. Degirmenci, E.V. Rebrov, Design and operation of a radio-frequency heated micro-trickle bed reactor for consecutive catalytic reactions, Chem. Eng. J. 281 (2015) 884–891.
- P. Gao, X. Hua, V. Degirmenci, D. Rooney, M. Khraisheh, R. Pollard, R.M. Bowman, E.V. Rebrov
Structural and magnetic properties of Ni1-xZnxFe2O4 (x=0, 0.5 and 1) nanopowders prepared by sol-gel method. J. Magnet. Magnet. Mater. 348 (2014) 44-50.
- S.Chatterjee, V. Degirmenci, F. Aiouache, E.V. Rebrov, Design of a radio frequency heated isothermal micro-trickle bed reactor. Chem. Eng. J. 243 (2014) 225-233.
- E.V. Rebrov, J.C. Schouten, M.H.J.M. de Croon, Single-phase fluid flow distribution and heat transfer in microstructured reactors, Chem. Eng. Sci. 66 (2011) 1374-1393.
- E.V. Rebrov, Two phase flow regimes in microchannels, Theor. Found. Chem. Eng., 44 (2010) 355-367.
Invited lectures (selection)
- E.V. Rebrov, Unconventional techniques in operation of flow reactors: the key to unlock the low yield environment, UK-Australia workshop Smart Bio refinery, Monash university, Melbourne, Australia November 27, 2016.
- E.V. Rebrov, Unconventional techniques in conventional operation of multiphase microreactors: the key to unlock the low yield environment, (Keynote lecture), 14th Int. Conference on Microreaction Technology (IMRET-14), Beijing, China, September 11-14, 2016.
- E.V. Rebrov, Bench scale reactors, Photo4Future workshop, Leuven university, Belgium, June 7, 2016.
- E.V. Rebrov, Selective hydrogenation in capillary microreactors. DSM-Nutritional products, Rheinfelden, Switzerland, April 7, 2016.
- E.V. Rebrov, Development of novel core-shell composite magnetic materials for radiofrequency heating. 2nd conference “Research and Development in Chemistry and Technology of Functional Materials” (Plenary lecture), Apatity, Russia, November 25-27, 2015.
- E.V. Rebrov, P. Gao, Tailoring magnetic properties of ferrite based core/shell nanoparticles for RF heating (Keynote Lecture), 5th Annual World Congress of Nanoscience & Technology (Nano S&T-2015), Xi'an, China, September 24-26, 2015.
E.V. Rebrov, Reaction intensification by induction heating and ultrasonic cavitation (Keynote lecture), 21st International Conference on Chemical Reactors “Chemreactor-21”, Delft, the Netherlands, September 22-25, 2014.