dr inż. Sergii Bespalko
|Area reasearch||Engineering and technology|
|Scientific area:||Engineering and technology|
|Scientific discipline:||Environmental engineering, mining and energy|
In 2003, Sergii Bespalko graduated with honors from the Cherkasy State Technological University (Ukraine), Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. In 2009, he defended his Ph.D. thesis in the field of thermal physics and industrial heat-and-power engineering at the National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” (Ukraine).
Since 2010, he has held the position of Associate Prof. in the Department of Energy Technologies at the Cherkasy State Technological University (Ukraine). He was a co-author of several technical research projects financed by the Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Research. In the projects, a technology for the volumetric non-contact liquid heating was developed and apparatuses for the production of water-fuel as well as phase change emulsions were designed.
In 2011, he became a member of the Anhalt Academy for Energy and Environment e.V. (Germany) being involved in organizing the International Summer University of Environmental Sciences, which is held in Germany and Hungary, as well as delivering lectures concerning renewable energy utilization to international students.
Since 2017, he serves as Member of the Scientific Council of the journal “Acta Innovations” issued by the CBI Pro-Academy (Poland).
On 05th of March 2018, he received the Seal of Excellence Award from European Commission (EU) for High-Quality Project Proposal in a Highly Competitive Evaluation Process submitted under Horizon 2020.
Currently, he is developing innovative technologies for renewable energy storage, both in the form of electricity and heat.
In 2020, Sergii received a scholarship from the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange as part of the Ulam Programme - Seal of Excellence, under which he implements a project entitled "Hydrogen Production by Plasma Electrolysis Process for Renewable Electricity Storage" (acronym: PLASMAHYDROGEN) at RIC Pro-Akademia.