Prof Rebrov is a recepient of two Peer reviewer Awards from Publons. The awards were given to the top 1% of reviewers in each of the 22 Essential Science Indicators (ESI) research fields.
In June 2019, Stoli Catalysts has been awarded €1.2m grant in the framework of a €1.68 m European Innovation Council (EIC) SME Stage 2 project to design, build and test a small-scale pilot plant to make medicines, vitamins and food supplements at much lower cost and more sustainably using its patented continuous fow catalytic reactor technology. Prof Evgeny Rebrov is a coordinator of this innovative project. The project proposal has also been awarded a Seal of Exellence.
Prof. Evgeny Rebrov, together with members of an international team, has won a £9 million ERC Synergy grant SCOPE to study the effect of fast temperature modulations in chemical reactors to improve the efficiency of current technologies utilising cold plasma.
Prof Rebrov chairs the Warwick-Monash Alliance minisymposium on MOFs and magnetic materials
Prof Evgeny Rebrov (School of Engineering) and Prof Richard Walton (School of Chemistry) organised a minisymposium to discuss the highlights in the synthesis, characterisation and application of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and related magnetic materials. The symposium will be held on the 28th June 2018 in the School of Engineering (A 205) starting at 9.00 am. The guest speakers are Prof Alan Chaffee and Dr Gregory Knowles from the School of Chemistry, Monash University.
Prof Rebrov participated in panel discussions at the Science|Business framework conference in Brussels
Prof Rebrov gave a talk at the Science|Business framework conference on 4th June 2018. The conference debated the policies and programmes Europe will need for long-term prosperity - across all sectors: manufacturing, energy, regional development and more.