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Nicolas Abatzoglou

ing., Ph. D.
Professeur titulaire

Directeur du Groupe de Recherche sur les Technologies et Procédés (GRTP)

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  • B. Sc. A., génie chimique, National Technical University of Athens (Polytechnic School Metsovion), Greece, 1982
  • M .Sc. A., génie chimique, Université de Sherbrooke, 1986
  • Ph. D., National Technical University of Athens (Polytechnic School Metsovion), Greece, 1989
  • Mini MBA en Génie pharmaceutique, AAPS, 2009

Domaines d'expertises et de recherche

Réacteurs de conversion thermochimique des matières organiques. Systèmes particulaires. Environnement.

Activités de recherche

  • Mise à échelle kg-lab et pilote de procédés thermocatalytiques :
    • Reformage catalytique à la vapeur, à sec, mixte et en régime d’oxydation partielle pour la production de gaz riche en CO/H2 : nouvelles familles de catalyseurs
    • Réacteurs de pyrolyse/gazéification autothermique pour la conversion de matières résiduelles; ex. plastiques et biomasses
    • Synthèse de biocarburants synthétiques par de technologies Fischer-Tropsch
    • Réacteurs hybrides (lit mobile/lit fluidisé) pour la production de nanocarbones
  • Intensification et mise à l’échelle de procédés pharmaceutiques : mélange; séchage; granulation humide; stérilisation
  • Étude des propriétés physiques des poudres et granulés et leur utilisation dans la conception et l'optimisation des procédés de manipulation des solides divisés
  • Modélisation phénoménologique par des méthodes statistiques multivariées et des méthodes basées sur de facteurs de sévérité ou de nombres adimensionnels
  • Biométhanisation des biomasses résiduelles déstructurées à la vapeur
  • Kg-lab pilot scaleup of thermocatalytic processes:
    • Steam, dry, mixed and partial oxidation catalytic reforming for the production of CO/H2-rich gas: new families of catalysts
    • Autothermal pyrolysis/gasification reactors for the conversion of residual materials; ex. plastics and biomass
    • Synthesis of biofuels using Fischer-Tropsch technologies
  • Hybrid reactors (moving bed/fluidized bed) for the production of nanocarbons
  • Intensification and scaling up of pharmaceutical processes: mixing; drying; wet granulation; sterilization
  • Study of physical properties of powders and granules and their use in the design and optimization of divided solids handling processes
  • Phenomenological modeling by methods based on severity factors, dimensionless numbers and multivariate statistical methods
  • Biomethanation of steam-destructured residual biomass

Activités d'enseignement

  • GCH422 Design des procédés chimiques I
  • GCH426 Design des procédés chimiques II
  • GCH706  Génie des procédés pharmaceutiques
  • GCH721  Systèmes réactionnels solide-fluide
  • EFD901  Construire un projet de recherche, Réflexives

Communications scientifiques


  1. N. Abatzoglou* and M. Chamoumi, Process For Producing Catalysts From Metallurgical Tailings And Catalysts Produced Therefrom, PCT CA 2016 050844, 2016-09-21.
  2. N. Abatzoglou*, F. Gitzhofer, D. Gravelle, J. Blanchard, K. DeOliveira-Vigier, H. Oudghiri-Hassani, H. Gauvin, Carbon Sequestration and Dry Reforming Process Catalysts to produce same, USA Patent No 7,794,690 B2, Sep. 14, 2010.
  3. N. Abatzoglou* and C. Fauteux-Lefebvre, Metal-Functionalized Carbon Nanofilaments And Process For Removing Sulfur From Gaseous Fuels, Provisional Patent USPTO, Appl. No 61894033, 2013-10-22.

Technology transfer contributions

  1. As technical director of Kemestrie Inc., a technology holding company founded in Sherbrooke in 1995, I have developed a new waste gasification technology which gave birth to the new spin-off entity, Enerkem Technologies Inc., the precursor of Enerkem Inc.. The latter is a well-established Canadian leader in the field of renewable liquid fuels production from residual streams.
  2. Two of my recent patents plus one from previous years research activities have attracted the interest of the companies KWI and Soleno. Their motivation arises from the possibility of converting zero-value plastic resides into carbon nanofilaments and use of the latter as a plus-value additive in new thermoplastic and thermoset polymers. An 1.5MM$ project to make the proof of concept at pilot/demonstration scale is underway with the participation of NSERC, Prima Québec and the two companies. The UdeS built a new 1.2MM$ worth, 300 m2, facility. This scale-up project was triggered by the need to demonstrate the technical feasibility at kg-scale prior to final investment at an industrial unit.
  3. Based on the Ni-based spinels patents and the possibility to use a zero-value mining residue, the Rio-Tinto Iron and Titane company has been interested in proving the feasibility of producing this catalytic formulation and using it as an industrial H2-production catalysts through NG Steam, Dry or Mixed reforming as well as though partial oxidation. The scale-up endeavour is being funded by FR-QNT and the company and the pilot scale 20-atm reformer and catalyst production facility at kg-lab scale is at the final detailed engineering step and will be built and installed in the UdeS facility mentioned herein above.
  4. The research activities of our Pfizer Industrial Chair team has produced a significant number of successful Process Analytical Technology tools; these tools are both general and specific to some industrial processes in the pharmaceutical production chains. Particulate mixtures blending and gravity flows through feed frames in tablet presses are examples of such specific applications. Pfizer PASG team integrates these technologies at various productions sites within Pfizer.

Peer-reviewed publications (50 the last 5 years)

Students in bold and corresponding authors with*

158. A. Ly, I. E. Achouri, R. Gosselin and N. Abatzoglou*, Sequential Fixed-Fluidized Bed Foam Granulation (SFFBFG) and Drying: Multivariate Model Development for Water Content Monitoring with Near–Infrared Spectroscopy, Chemical Engineering Science, in press, July 2022.

157. Y. Zhang and N. Abatzoglou*, Modelling of continuous drying of heat-sensitive pharmaceutical granules in a horizontal fluidised bed dryer combined with a screw conveyor at steady state, Chemical Engineering Science, Vol 255, 2022, 117678.

156. G. Robert, H. Dalvi, F. B. Lavoie, Nicolas Abatzoglou & R. Gosselin*, Pharmaceutical tablet compression: measuring temporal and radial concentration profiles to better assess segregation, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, DOI:10.1080/10837450.2022.2078348.154.

155. S. Belbessai, A. Azara and N. Abatzoglou*, Recent Advances in the Decontamination and Upgrading of Waste Plastic Pyrolysis Products: An Overview, Processes, 2022, 10, 733,

154. W. Roy, I. E. Achouri*, S. Hudon, J.-S. Simard and N. Abatzoglou*, A continuous conical-mill operation for dry coating of pharmaceutical powders: the role of processing time, Processes, 2022, Vol10, 540, doi.org_10.3390_pr10030540.

153. K. Koumbogle, F. Gitzhofer and N. Abatzoglou. (2021). Moisture transport coefficients determination on a model pharmaceutical tablet. Processes, 2022, 10, 254,

152. A. Azara; S. Belbessai and N. Abatzoglou*, A review of filamentous carbon nanomaterial synthesis via catalytic conversion of waste plastic pyrolysis products, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 10(1): 1-25.

151. I. E. Achouri, J. Chaouki and N. Abatzoglou*, Methods of coating ceramic supports with carbon and

Ni-based catalytically active formulations, 2022, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Vol. 100, 112-120.

150. Y. Zhang, N. Abatzoglou*, S. Hudon, P.-Ph. Lapointe-Garant and J.-S. Simard, Dynamics of heat-sensitive pharmaceutical granules dried in a horizontal fluidized bed combined with a screw conveyor, Chemical Engineering & Processing: Process Intensification 167 (2021) 108516.

149. A. Ly, I. E. Achouri, R. Gosselin and N. Abatzoglou*, Wet granulation end-point prediction using dimensionless numbers in a mixer torque rheometer: relationship between capillary and Weber numbers and the optimal wet mass consistency, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, DOI:10.1016/j.ijpharm.2021.120823.

148. M. Irfan Malik; N. Abatzoglou and I. E. Achouri, Methanol to formaldehyde: An overview of surface studies and performance of an iron molybdate catalyst. Catalysts DOI: 10.3390/catal11080893. 11(8): 893 (1-24), 2021.

147. Z. Teimouri, N. Abatzoglou and A. K. Dalai*, Kinetics and Selectivity Study of Fischer Tropsch Synthesis to C5+ Hydrocarbons: A Review. Catalysts. 11(330), 2021.

146. F. Gitzhofer*, J. Aluha, P.-O. Langlois, F. Barandehfard, T. Ntho and N. Abatzoglou, Proven anti-wetting properties of molybdenum in high-temperature corrosion resistance tests with potential application in aluminium industry, Materials 2021, 14(18), 5355;

145. M. Chamoumi and N. Abatzoglou*, Towards a new generation of catalysts based on a negative value mining residue (UGSO) support: Application of Ni-UGSO in mixed methane reforming, submitted CJCE, Aug. 2020.

144. O. Chaib, I. E. Achouri, R. Gosselin and N. Abatzoglou*, Gravity mass powder flow through conical hoppers Part I: A mathematical model predicting the radial velocity profiles of free-flowing granular systems as a function of cohesion and adhesion properties, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, First published: 02 February 2021

143. O. Chaib, I. E. Achouri, R. Gosselin and N. Abatzoglou*, Gravity mass powder flow through conical hoppers Part II: A mathematical model predicting the axial and radial profiles of normal stresses from flow velocity measurements, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, First published: 02 February 2021

142. A. Azara, El Hadi Benyoussef, F. Mohellebi, F. Gitzhofer, N. Abatzoglou*, Catalytic dry reforming and cracking of ethylene for carbon nanofilaments and hydrogen production, using a catalyst derived from a mining residue, 2020,

141. A. Ly, I. E. Achouri, R. Gosselin and N. Abatzoglou*, Rheological behavior of porous pharmaceutical materials: linking torque profiles during wet massing to water diffusion coefficients and penetration time, Chemical Engineering and Processing - Process Intensification, Volume 157, November 2020,

140. I. E. Achouri*, A. Rhoden, S. Hudon, R. Gosselin, J.-S. Simard and N. Abatzoglou, Non-invasive sensing technologies applicable for pharmaceutical lyophilized products: a review, Talanta,

139. S. Belbessai, I. E. Achouri, El Hadi Benyoussef, F. Gitzhofer and N. Abatzoglou*, Toluene Steam Reforming Using Nickel Based Catalysts Made from Mining Residues, CATTOD,

138. Y. Zhang and N. Abatzoglou*, Review: fundamentals, applications and potentials of ultrasound-assisted drying, Chem. Eng. Res. & Design, 154, 2020, pp. 21-46.

137. I. A. A. Mezian, N. Bali, N.-B. Belblidi, N. Abatzoglou, and El-Hadi Benyoussef*, The first-order model in the simulation of essential oil extraction kinetics, Journal of Applied Research on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 15, 2019,

136. A. Azara, El-Hadi Benyoussef, F. Mohellebi, M. Chamoumi, F. Gitzhofer and N. Abatzoglou*, Catalytic Dry Reforming and Cracking of Ethylene for Carbon Nanofilaments and Hydrogen Production Using a Catalyst Derived from a Mining Residue, Catalysts 2019, 9, doi:10.3390/catal9121069.

135. F. B. Dega, M. Chamoumi, N. Braidy and N. Abatzoglou*, Corrigendum to ‘Autothermal dry reforming of methane with a nickel spinellized catalyst prepared from a negative value metallurgical residue’, Renewable Energy, 147, part 1, 2020, p. 2526.

134. Ch. Gillium, M. Friciu, N. Abatzoglou* and G. Leclair*, Validation of a stability-indicating HPLC-UV method for the quantification of acetazolamide in Oral-Mix and Oral-Mix SF, MethodsX, Vol. 7, 2020,

133. F. B. Dega and N. Abatzoglou*, H2S poisoning and regeneration of a nickel spinellized catalyst prepared from waste metallurgical residues, during dry autothermal methane reforming, Catalysis Letters, Vol. 149, No 6, ISSN 1011-372X, June 2019.

132. F. B. Dega, M. Chamoumi, N. Braidy and N. Abatzoglou*, Autothermal dry reforming of methane with a nickel spinellized catalyst prepared from a negative value metallurgical residue, Renewable Energy, Vol. 138, pp. 1239-1249, 2019.

131. H. Dalvi, A. Langlet, M.-J. Colbert, A. Cournoyer, J.-M. Guay, N. Abatzoglou* and Ryan Gosselin*, In-line monitoring of Ibuprofen during and after tablet compression using Near-Infrared spectroscopy, Talanta, Vol. 195, pp. 87-96, 2019.

130. James Aluha, Sonia Blais and Nicolas Abatzoglou*, Phase quantification of carbon support by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) in plasma-synthesized Fischer-Tropsch nanocatalysts, Catalysis Letters, 148, 2149-2161, 2018, DOI 10.1007/s10562-018-2428-y.

129. E. Vachon-Lachance, N. Abatzoglou*, R. Gosselin, C. Duchesne and A. Cournoyer, Potassium chloride caking tendency: a parametric study of cake break energy, Advanced Powder Technology, 29(9): 2140-2152, 2018, DOI: 10.1016/j.apt.2018.05.022.

128. H. Dalvi, Clémence Fauteux-Lefebvre, J.-M. Guay, N. Abatzoglou* and R. Gosselin*, Concentration monitoring with near infrared chemical imaging in a tableting press, Journal of Spectral Imaging, 2018, doi: 10.1255/jsi.2018.a5. 7(a5): 1-18.

127. C. Fauteux-Lefebvre, P. Durão, J.-M. Guay, J.-S. Simard and N. Abatzoglou, R. Gosselin*, Specificity of Process Analytical Tools in the monitoring of multicomponent pharmaceutical powders, Pharmaceutical Development & Technology, Volume 24, Issue 3, pp. 380-389, 2018, DOI: 10.1080/10837450.2018.1492617.

126. A. Bali, J. Blanchard, M. Chamoumi and N. Abatzoglou*, Bio-Oil Steam Reforming over a Mining Residue Functionalized with Ni as Catalyst: Ni-UGSO, Catalysts, Vol. 8, No 1, p. 24, Dec. 2018, DOI:10.3390/catal8010001.

125. A. Ali*, R. Henda, J. Aluha and N. Abatzoglou, Co-Doped ZnO Thin Films Grown by Pulsed Electron Beam Ablation as Model Nano-Catalysts in Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, AIChE Journal, Vol. 64, No. 9, pp. 3332-3340, Sept. 2018, DOI 10.1002/aic.16177.

124. S. Hudon, P.-Ph. Lapointe-Garant, J.-S. Simard, A. Pichieri, S. Hammond, G. Sienkiewicz, N. Abatzoglou* and M. Perrier, Evaluation of a dry coating technology as a substitute for roller compaction for dry agglomeration applications in the pharmaceutical industry, J. of Pharm. Innovation, 2018, DOI:10.1007/s12247-018-9353-x.

123. J. Aluha and N. Abatzoglou*, Activation and Deactivation Scenarios in a Plasma-Synthesized Co/C Catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, The Can. J. of Chem. Eng., 2018, DOI: 10.1002/cjce.23259.

122. J. Aluha, F. Gitzhofer and N. Abatzoglou*, Application of Plasma Technology in Fischer-Tropsch Catalysis for the Production of Synthetic Fuels, Recent Adv Petrochem Sci 2018, Vol. 5, Issue 2, p. 1-11, DOI: 10.19080/RAPSCI.2018.05.555657.

121. J. Aluha, S. Gutierrez, F. Gitzhofer and N. Abatzoglou*, Use of Plasma-Synthesized Nano-Catalysts for CO Hydrogenation in Low-Temperature Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis: Effect of Catalyst Pre-Treatment, Nanomaterials, Vol. 8, No 822: 1-31, 2018, DOI:10.3390/nano8100822.

120. K. Yekpe, N. Abatzoglou*, B. Bataille, R. Gosselin, T. Sharkawi, J.-S. Simard, A. Cournoyer, Developing a Quality by Design Approach to Model Tablet Dissolution Testing: an Industrial Case Study, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 2017, Available on-line,

119. O. Ali Zadeh Sahraei, F. Larachi, N. Abatzoglou* and Maria C. Iliuta*, Hydrogen production by glycerol steam reforming catalyzed by Ni-promoted Fe/Mg-bearing metallurgical wastes, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 219 (2017) 183–193.

118. V. Vosoughi, S. Badoga, A. K. Dalai* and N. Abatzoglou, Modification of mesoporous alumina as a support for cobalt-based catalyst in Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, Fuel Proc. Tech, Vol. 162, issue 1-2, pp. 55-65 2017.

117 J. Aluha and N. Abatzoglou*, Gold-promoted plasma-synthesized Ni-Co-Fe/C catalyst for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, Gold Bulletin, Gold Bulletin, 50(2), 147-162, 2017.

116. M. Chamoumi, N. Abatzoglou*, J. Blanchard, M.-C. Iliuta and F. Larachi, Dry reforming of methane with a new catalyst derived from a negative value mining residue spinellized with nickel, CATTOD, Vol. 291, 2017, pp. 86-98, DOI: 10.1016/j.cattod.2017.02.018.

115. N. Braidy∗, S. Bastien, J. Blanchard, C. Fauteux-Lefebvre, I. E. Achouri, N. Abatzoglou, Activation mechanism and microstructural evolution of a YSZ/Ni-alumina catalyst for dry reforming of methane, CATTOD,, February 2017.

114. J. Aluha and N. Abatzoglou*, Promotional effect of Mo and Ni in plasma-synthesized Co–Fe/C bimetallic nano-catalysts for Fischer–Tropsch synthesis, J. Ind. Eng. Chem. (2017),

113. J. Aluha, Y. Hu and N. Abatzoglou*, Effect of CO Concentration on the α-Value of Plasma-Synthesized Co/C Catalyst in Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, Calalysts, Vol. 7, No 69; 2017, doi:10.3390/catal7020069.

112. P. Durão, C. Fauteux-Lefebvre, J.-M. Guay, J.-S. Simard, N. Abatzoglou, and R. Gosselin*, Using multiple Process Analytical Technology probes to monitor multivitamin blends in a tableting feed frame, Talanta, Vo. 164, 2017, pp. 7-15.

111. J. Aluha, K. Béré, N. Abatzoglou, and F. Gitzhofer*, Application of plasma in production of nano-catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. J. of Plasma Chem. and Plasma Proc., Vol. 36, 2016, pp. 1325–1348.

110. M. Chamoumi and N. Abatzoglou∗, NiFe2O4 production from α-Fe2O3 via an improved solid state reaction and its use as a dry reforming catalyst, Can. J. of Chem. Eng., 2016, Vol. 94, Issue 9, pp. 1801–1808.

109. J. Aluha and N. Abatzoglou∗, Synthetic fuels from 3-φ Fischer-Tropsch synthesis using syngas feed and novel nanometric catalysts synthesised by plasma, Biomass & Bioenergy, Available online, 19 May 2016,

108. J. Aluha, N. Braidy, A. Dalai and N. Abatzoglou*, Low-temperature Fischer-Tropsch synthesis using plasma-synthesized nanometric Co/C and Fe/C catalysts, Can. J. of Chem. Eng., Online: 13 May 2016, DOI: 10.1002/cjce.22537.

107. C. Trevisanut, S. M. Jazayeri, S. Bonkane, C. Neagoe, Ali Mohamadalizadeha, D. C. Boffito, C. L. Bianchi, C. Pirola, L. Frost, J. Lerou, C. G. Visconti, L. Lietti, N. Abatzoglou, W. Green, G. S. Patience*, Micro-Syngas Technology options for GtL, Can. J. of Chem. Eng., Vol. 94, pp. 613-622, April 2016.

Book chapters & Editorial work

8. Pharmaceutical Blending and Mixing, Editors of Book: P. J. Cullen, R. Romañach, N. Abatzoglou* and Ch. D. Rielly, Wiley, ISBN: 978-0-470-71055-5, July 2015. Also N. Abatzoglou, author of Chapter 15.

7. N. Abatzoglou, C. Fauteux-Lefebvre & N. Braidy, Biodiesel reforming with a NiAl2O4/Al2O3-YSZ catalyst for the production of renewable SOFC fuel, WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, Vol. 143, WIT press, 2011, ISSN 1743-3541.

6. J. Jurewicz and N. Abatzoglou, Gasified residual/waste biomass as SOFC feed for renewable electricity production, Waste to Energy, WIT Press, Edit. S. Syngellakis, 2015, pp. 171-183, ISBN 978-1-78466-060-4.

5. S. David and N. Abatzoglou, A review of the bioenergy potential of residual materials in Quebec, Waste to Energy, WIT Press, Edit. S. Syngellakis, 2015, pp. 193-205, ISBN 978-1-78466-060-4.

Other communications with or without peer review: conferences, symposia, seminars

A dozen of invited, keynote and plenaries and more than 250 oral presentations from myself and my students and collaborators.

Autres informations

  • Titulaire de la Chaire industrielle Pfizer sur les technologies d'analyse de procédés (PAT) en génie pharmaceutique (2008-2018).
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering , 2015-.
  • Director of Awards of the CSChE Board of Directors, 2013-2016
  • Member of the ISPE (International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering) Board of Directors; Committee of Education, 2013-2016.
  • Bourse du Chantier II du FQRNT pour son excellence en recherche et en enseignement : 102 700$/an sur 5 ans ; renouvelable pour une autre période de 5 ans.
  • Membre-chercheur du réseau pancanadien SOFC (SOFC-Canada Network).
  • Membre-chercheur du réseau pancanadien ABIN (Agricultural Biomass Innovation Network).
  • Professeur adjoint à l’University of Saskatchewan, Department of Chemical Engineering.
  • Gagnant du premier prix d’excellence en environnement, catégorie «Recherche universitaire et collégiale», décerné par la Fondation estrienne pour l’environnement et le Conseil régional de l’environnement de l’Estrie, 31 octobre 2001.
  • Membre du Comité organisateur de la 3e Conférence des Amériques sur la Biomasse, Le Centre Sheraton, Montréal, Québec, 24-29 août 1997.
  • Membre du comité scientifique de la Conférence Internationale : 2nd World Biomass Conf. and Technology Exhibition for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection, Rome, Italy, 10-14 May 2004.
  • Membre Steering Committee de la conférence Inter. : Sc. in Thermal and Chem. Biomass Conversion, Victoria Conf. Center and Fairmont Hotel, Victoria, Vancouver Island, BC, Can., 30 Aug.-2 Sept. 2004.
  • Trésorier et membre du comité organisateur de la 56e Conférence canadienne de génie chimique, Sherbrooke, Québec, 15-18 octobre 2006.
  • Membre de l’International Scientific Advisory Committee de ENERGY 2007, 1st Intl Conf. on Energy & Sustainability, June 20-22, 2007, The New Forest, UK, Wessex Institute of Technology.
  • Représentant du Canada en tant qu’expert en gazéification auprès de l’Agence Internationale de l’Énergie (IEA/Gasification Task) 1997-2001.
  • Échanges et collaboration avec des chercheurs d’autres universités et institutions au niveau international: Univ. de Montréal, Faculté de Pharmacie et Département de génie chimique; Université Montpellier I, Faculté de pharmacie ; Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, National Technical University of Athens, Greece; National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA; Verenum Res. Center, Suisse; VTT, Technical Res. Centre of Finland ; URiV, Tarragona, Spain.
  • Responsable de l’examen des compétences professionnelles de l’Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) en matière de gestion des déchets solides et dangereux
  • Nombre de mes travaux de recherche et de mes études professionnelles (gazéification, conditionnement de gaz synthétique, gestion et traitement thermique de déchets solides) sont transférés à l’industrie.
  • Évaluateur d’articles scientifiques pour des revues scientifiques (Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., Pharm. Res., Chem. Eng. Sc., J. of Hazardous Mat., Part. Proc. in the Pharm. Ind., J. of Molecular Catalysis A, J. of Hydrogen Energy, Bioresource Tech., Fuel, Biomass & Bioenergy, AIChE J., Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Development & Technology, Applied Energy, Chemosphere, Powder technology, Journal of Engineering Design & Innovation, Chemical Engineering Communications) et évaluateur de demandes de subventions CRSNG (RDC, Découverte, Stratégiques), Qatar National Res. Fund, The National Foundation for Science, Higher Education and Techn. Development of the Republic of Croatia.