Dr. Artur Majewski

 

Research Fellow

School of Chemical Engineering

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Contact details

School of Chemical Engineering
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham B15 2TT
UK

Qualifications

PhD- in technical since;Environmental engineering,  Koszalin University of Technology, Poland - 2007

MEng- Environmental engineering; water, sewage and waste technology,  Koszalin University of Technology, Poland - 1999

Forestry technician,  Technical School of Forestry in Goraj, Poland - 1994

Research

hydrogen production

methane reforming

Solid OxideFuel Cells

fuels for SOFC

water and waste water technology

Publications

Last 5 years

1)    eforming”, Accepted  for publication. Int J Hydrogen Energy; to bepublished

2)    M.D. Redwood, R.L. Orozco, A.J. Majewski, L.E. Macaskie: “Anintegrated biohydrogen refinery: Synergy of photofermentation, extractive fermentationand hydrothermal hydrolysis of food wastes”, Bioresource Technology, pp 384÷392,volume 119, 2012

3)    M.D. Redwood, R.L. Orozco, A.J. Majewski, L.E. Macaskie: “Electro-extractivefermentation for efficient biohydrogen production”, Bioresource Technology,pp 166÷174, volume 107, 2012

4)    M.D.Redwood, R.L. Orozco, A.J. Majewski, L.E. Macaskie: “Biohydrogen production by extractivefermentation and photofermentation”. 4thWorld Hydrogen Technologies Convention, Glasgow 2011, Paper ID: 0137 

5)  M.D. Redwood, R. Orozco, A.J. Majewski, L.E. Macaskie:  “Applications of extractive fermentation and hot compressed water to enhance bioenergy production from food wastes”, Journal of Biotechnology, Volume 150, Supplement, Pages 179, November 2010

6)    A.J Majewski, D.J. Morris,K. Kendall, M. Wills: “AContinuous-Flow Method for the Generation of Hydrogen from Formic Acid”,ChemSusChem, Pages 431÷434, Volume 3, Issue 4 , 2010

7)    A.M.Anielak, A.J. Majewski: „Usuwanie zwiazkow azotu z wody infiltracyjnejna filtrach kontaktowych ze zlozem zeolitowym i piaskowym”, Gaz Woda i Technika Sanitarna, pp 26÷30, volume 4, 2009

(translation:Removal of nitrogen compounds from infiltration water using  direct filtration on filters withzeolite and sand beds. )

8)    A.M.Anielak, R. Swiderska-Dabrowska, A.J.Majewski: „Removal of arsenic from underground water on modifiedclinoptilolite”, Environmental Engineering, Taylor & Francis London, pp221-225, 2007


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