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Mircea Ioan Popescu

CBAB BIOTEHNOL Bucuresti, Bucuresti, Romania.

E-mail: trimite un mesaj.

Pagina web a instituţiei: www,biotehnol.eu

Nascut(a) in: 1950

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Msc. Mircea Ioan Popescu (chemical engineering)

Education:

1969-1974 "Politehnica" University of Timisoara, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry and Environmental Engineering; main focus: Technology of Organic Compounds.
PhD Thesis:
(1) Method for chemical and biochemical reactions control (ongoing support)
(2) Objective sensory analysis applied in horticulture (ongoing support)
Professional activity

2007-2008 R&D; National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Magurele, Romania: research scientist ;
2007-present: Research Center for Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, BIOTEHNOL, Bucharest, Romania, Head of Department of Product and Process Engineering ;
ERA-IB SECOND TRANSNATIONAL CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2010
ERA-IB Full Proposal Application Form 18/37, EIB 10.013
1998-prezent SC ROMEGATEST SRL din Bucuresti, reprezentant unic HunterLab in Romania, technical and scientific consultant;
1979-2006: "Politehnica" University of Bucharest (PUB), Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Materials Science, Chemical Engineering Department, Laboratory of Unit Processes in Chemical and Biochemical Technologies (UNIPAL), 1989-2006 manager, 1979-1992: university assistant;1992-2006: lecturer);
1998-2001 Bucharest University Center of Enzymology and Biotechnology, Bucharest: research scientist external collaborator;
1994-1996 Faculty of Biotechnology - University of Agricultural Studies and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, USAMV, lecturer;
1976-1980 S.C. "Policolor" Bucharest: chemical engineer, head of "Lacquers and Paints I” and Lacquers and Paints II” Divisions;
1974-1976 S.C. "Solventul" Timisoara (Marginea, jud. Timis): chemical engineer (responsible for the "Organic Solvents" and “Wine Vinegar" Divisions).

Areas of scientific interest

Main: technologies for material irradiation with accelerated electron beam (with applications in chemical, food and environmental processes); chemical and biochemical technologies (classical and chromatographic reactors); spectro-colorimetric methods for the quality control of the environment and of the agro-industrial products and processes and also for computerized preparation of recipes to colouring/pigment thermoplastic composites; technologies for the production of lacquers and paints; Secondary: Modelling of chemical and biochemical unit processes (classical and chromatographic
reactors); automated systems for the acquisition and reproduction of colour-data (UNIPAL, HunterLab); spectro-photometrical analytical methods (IR, NIR, UV – VIS); chromatographic analytical methods (HPLC, TLC); rheological analytical methods; pigment dispersion in synthetic resins.

Centre for Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology (CBAB) BIOTEHNOL

was established in 2002 as a non-profit organisation for undertaking research and training personnel in the modern areas of biochemistry, molecular biology and biotechnology. Since then, CBAB BIOTEHNOL has rapidly grown and today it has an excellent infrastructure in terms of equipments and has well-trained human resource that is going to be further enriched. BIOTEHNOL team has experience in computer design, process analysis and economic analysis of biotechnology processes catalysed by enzymes. The ongoing activity of the centre is handled through research grants and through research and development contracts.