Dr. Inna Levitsky
Inna Levitsky is Ph.D student at Ben Gurion University of Environmental Engineering Unit and an assistant teacher of the Chemical Engineering Department in Sami Shamoon College of Engineering. Inna Levitsky has B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering with specialization in industrial processes at Sami Shamoon College of Engineering and M.Sc in Environmental Engineering. While working on M.Sc and up to this moment Levitsky Inna is engaged in solving water treatment problems. On this subject she has published more than 10 articles in leading journals, and research results were presented at the international and Israeli scientific and technical conferences. By results of research Levitsky Inna is a co-author of a patent for an air bubble generator
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2013-present Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering. Ben Gurion University of the Negev,
Israel. Dissertation title: Development and implementation of a novel generator of µm-mm gas bubbles at instable gas-liquid flow featuring low energy consumption. Advisers: Prof. Dorith Tavor and Dr. Vitaly Gitis.
2007-2009 M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Dissertation title: Studies of UF membrane fouling with proteins. Adviser: Dr. Vitaly Gitis.
2003-2007 B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, SCE - Sami Shamoon College of Engineering, Beer-Sheva, Israel.
Two- phase flows, Water and wastewater treatment.
Introduction to Chemical Engineering 1,2,3, Thermodynamics 1, 2, Process Control and Dynamics, Unit Operation in Chemical Engineering, Fundamentals of Momentum Transfer, Fundamentals of Mass Transfer, Fundamentals of Heat Transfer, Design and Analysis of Reactors, Unit Operation in Chemical Engineering Laboratory.
1. Arkhangelsky E, Levitsky I, Gitis V. Considering energy efficiency in filtration of engineering nanoparticles. Water Science & Technology: Water Supply 2017, in press.
2. Levitsky I, Tavor D, Gitis V. Generation of two-phase air-water flow with fine microbubbles. Chemical Engineering & Technology 2016; 39 (8), 1537-1544.
3. Levitsky I, Dahan Y, Arkhangelsky E, Gitis V. Retention of modified BSA by UF membranes. Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 2016; 91 (2), 400-407.