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Michael Ioelovich

Department of Biological Chemistry, Faculty of Biochemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

Michael Ioelovich
Educations
From 09/1972 to 05/1992, PhD; Dr.Sci; Habilit.Dr.Sci. , Latvia
Work Experiences
From 09/1972 to 06/2014, Project Manager; Chief Chemist , Latvian State University; Institure of Wood Chemistry; Polymate Ltd, Designer Energy Ltd
Projects
From 01/2009 to 06/2014, Structure, Composition and Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cellulose and Lignocellulose , Determination nano-structure of cellulose materials and study relationship bettween structural parameters and enzymatic digestibility
From 01/2000 to 01/2005, Development of cellulose nanoparticles , Optimal conditions for production cellulose nanoparticles were studied
From 01/1995 to 10/1999, Rapid biodegradable hydrophobic polymer coating compositions , Various kinds of biodegradable coatings were proposed to protect paper and cardboards against penetration water and grease
Speciality
Chemistry and Technology of Polymers
Book
"Cellulose - Nanostructured Natural Polymer", Lambert, ISBN:978-3-659-17437-7, Author: Michael Ioelovich
"Plant Biomass as a Renewable Source of Biofuels and Biochemicals", Lambert, ISBN:978-3-659-43754-0, Author: Michael Ioelovich
"Correlation analysis of enzymatic digestibility of plant biomass", Springer-Verlag, Suthor: Michael Ioelovich
"Production of Nano-Particles of Cellulose for Medicine Materials", Tech. Mater, ISBN: 978-5-98580-064-7,Authors: V.Filatov, M.Ioelovich et al.
Journal Articles
Nanoparticles of amorphous cellulose and their properties, Amer. J. Nanosci. Nanotech, SPG, 1(1), 2013, p.41-45
Cellulose as a Nanostructured Polymer, Bioresources, 3(4), 2008, p.1408-1418
Study of cellulose paracrystallinity, Bioresources, 5(3), 2010, p.1393-1407
Study of sorption properties of cellulose and its derivatives, Bioresources, 6(1), 2011, p.178-195
Effect of cellulose structure on enzymatic hydrolysis and yield of bioethanol, SITA, 12(3), 2010, p.1-10
Optimal conditions for isolation of nano-crystalline cellulose particles, Nanosci, Nanotech. 2(2), 2012, p. 9-13.
Development of environmetally friendly polymeric materials, HAIT Journal Sci. Eng. 2(1), 2005, p.266-275
Microcrystalline cellulose: nano-structure formation, Cell. Chem. Technol., 40(5), 2006, p.313-317
Nano-cellulose as promising biocarrier, J. Adv Materials Res., 47-50, 2008, p.1286-1289
Nanostructured cellulose and its properties, Curret Trends in Polym. Sci., Research Trends, 12, 2008, p.43-49
Accessibility and supermolecular structure of cellulose, Cell. Chem. Technol. 43(9-10),2009, p.379-285
Structure and properties of nanoparticles used in paper compositions, Mech. Composite Mater., 46(4), 2010, p. 637-647
Heat effects of interaction between cellulose and various polar liquids, SITA, 13 (1), 2011, p.35-44
Study of enzymatic hydrolysis of mild pretreated lignocellulosic biomass, Bioresources, 7 (1), 2012, p.1040-1052
Effect of cellulose structure on enzymatic hydrolysis, Bioresource, 6(3), 2011, p.2818-2835
Green nano-protective coating. SITA, 15 (2), 2013, p.63-67
Effect of chemical pretreatments on composition and enzymatic digestibility of plant biomass. Res and Rev. 3(1), 2014, p. 23-31
Problems of solid biofuels made of plant biomass, Avd. in Energy, 2(1), 2014, p.15-20
Waste paper as promising feedstock for production of biofuel. J. Sci. Res. Report, 3(7), 2014, p.905-916
Peculiarities of cellulose nanoparticles. TAPPI, 5, 2014.
Conference Papers
"Influence of Crystalline Structure on Reactivity of Cellulose", The 64th Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society, Ramat-Gan, Israel, Sept. 1999
"Properties of Biodegradable Composite: Cellulose Reinforcement & Biodegradable Polymer Binder", Int. Conference of Eco-Composites, London, Oct. 2001
"Advanced Environmental Friendly Composites", Second World Congress, Riga, Latvia, May, 2001
"Advanced Environment Friendly Barrier Composites", The 10th European Conference on Composite Materials, Brugge, Belgium, Oct. 2002
"Polymer Compositions Containing Nano-Fillers of various Types", The 10th Int. Conference on Composite Engineering, New Orleans, USA, Nov. 2003
"Polymer Nano-Composites", EuroFillers Conference, Spain, Sept., 2003
"Advanced Barrier Biodegradable Coating Compositions", The 7-th Nurnberg European Coating Congress. Apr., 2003
"Polymer Nano-Composites of Various Types", Int. Congress "Mechanics of Composite Materials", Riga, Latvia, 2004
"Study of nano-plastics containing fillers of various types", The 11-th European Conference on Composite Materials, Rhodes, Greece, May-June, 2004
"Plastics Containing Nano-Fillers of Different Types", The Int. Conf: NanoComposites-2004. San Francisco, California, USA, Sept. 2004
"Nano-Cellulose and its Applications", The 7-th World Congress “Nanocomposite-2007”. Las Vegas, USA, Sept. 5-7, 2007
"Nano-Structural Concept of Papermaking", 13th European Conference on Composite Materials, Stockholm, Sweden, June, 2008
"Nano-Structure and Properties of Cellulose", The 4th Int. Conf. on Nano-Structured Polymers and Nanocomposites, Rome, Italy, April 2008
"Structure and properties of nano-particles used in paper ", The 16-th Int. Conf: Mechanics of Composite Materials, Riga, Latvia, May 2010
"Nano-particles used in paper compositions", XXI TECNICELPA Conference. Lisbon, Portugal, October 2010
"Study of safety of nano-cellulose particles at use in medical textile", Int. Conf. Medtextile-2012, Moscow, Oct. 2012
"Energetic potential of plant biomass", Earth Days, Atlanta, USA, Nov. 2013
"Effect of chemical composition of pretreated biomass on enzymatic digestibility", Earth Days, Atlanta, USA, Nov. 2013
"Paper waste - promising feedstock for production of bioethanol", Earth Days, AStlanta, USA, Apr. 2014
"Energetic characteristics of solid fuels from non-edible residues of plant biomass", Earth Days, Atlanta, USA, Apr. 2014
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