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Vita Galysh

PhD, Senior Lecturer

 

Graduate from the National Technical University of Ukraine "KPI", the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and the Department of Ecology and Technology of Plant Polymers. From 2012 to 2014 she is a PhD student in O.O. Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 2015 Vita Galysh defended her thesis for scientific degree of Candidate of Science in Chemistry by specialty 01.04.18 – Physics and Chemistry of Surface. From 2014 she worked as a Junior Researcher in O.O. Chuiko Institute of Surface Chemistry of NASU, and from September 2015 she is an assistant at the Department of Ecology and Technology of Plant Polymer, the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of NTU "KPI". She is the author of over 30 scientific publications and of one patent. Vita Galysh teaches disciples "Cleaning and recovery of industrial waste of enterprises on processing of plant raw materials", "Complex chemical processing of wood", "Environmental protection in the production of paper and paperboard", "Factors of successful employment in the specialty".


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Discipline "Cleaning and recovery of industrial waste of enterprises on processing of plant raw materials" is intended for training of specialists and masters of training direction 6.051301 "Chemical technology" for specialties 7(8).05130110 "Chemical processing of wood and plant raw materials". The purpose of the discipline is to develop in students a complex knowledge and skills necessary for qualified environmental management in enterprises for the processing of plant raw materials.
Semester 1. 6 credits /180 academic hours.
Distribution of study time: 36 hours of lectures / 9 hours of workshops (seminars) / 36 hours of laboratory work / 99 hours of self-study / semester control - exam.

Discipline "Complex chemical processing of wood" is taught in accordance with the plan for baccalaureate training of students of the Department of Ecology and Technology of Plant Polymers of the Faculty of Chemical Engineering. The purpose of discipline is the training and formation in students the knowledge and skills required to manage existing processes of complex chemical processing of wood and the improvement of these processes and the development of new technology, and the creation of more environmentally friendly production, which allows efficient to use of wood, labor, energy, that also allows to reduce pollution of by various industrial wastes.
Semester 4. 2,5 credits / 75 academic hours.
Distribution of study time: 27 hours of lectures / 9 hours of workshops (seminars) / 39 hours of self-study / semester control - test.

The purpose of discipline "Environmental protection in the production of paper and board" is to develop in students a complex knowledge and skills required to manage existing processes and to improve these processes and the creation of new, more efficient and environmentally friendly production, which allows efficiently use of scarce pulps, water, auxiliary chemical materials, labor and energy resources, and reduce environmental pollution by various industrial wastes.
Semester 2. 3 credits /90 academic hours.
Distribution of study time: 9 hours of lectures / 9 hours of workshops (seminars) / 27 hours of laboratory work / 45 hours of self-study / Semester control - test.

Discipline "Factors of successful employment in the specialty" is intended for training of specialists and masters of training direction 6.051301 "Chemical technology" for specialties 7(8).05130110 "Chemical processing of wood and plant raw materials". The purpose of the discipline is to develop the students' ability and competence to use professionally profiled knowledge for effective employment.
Semester 2. 1 credits /30 academic hours.
Distribution of study time: 12 hours of lectures / 18 hours of self-study / semester control - test.

 
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