Olga A. Paraska (CV)

Administrative data

Surname: Paraska

First name: Olga

Date of birth: 26 July 1983

Sex: female

Family status: married, two children

Nationality: Ukrainian

Academic degree: Degree of Candidate of Technical Science (Ph.D.)

Position: Associate Professor, Department of Chemical technology

Place of work: Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine, Instytutska Str. 11, 29016, Khmelnytsky, Ukraine

Tel: (home) 380 382704099, (mob.) +380 678575353, (secr.) 380 382728076

Fax: 380 382223265

E-mail: olgaparaska@gmail.com

Education and Qualifications

2012 – Degree of Docent of Chemistry (Associate Professor), speciality – Technology of textile materials, knitted and apparel garments

2009 – Degree of Candidate of Technical Science (Ph.D.)

2005 Department of Chemical Technology graduate (diploma with honours), Khmelnytsky National University, Khmelnytsky, Ukraine. Master of Chemical Engineering, profession: engineer – chemist – technologist.

Professional Educational Experience

September 2010 – present

Head of the young scientists’ society of Khmelnytsky National University (Khmelnytsky region, Ukraine)

2011 – present

Associate Professor, Department of Chemical technology, Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine Ten-year work as a Lecturer in Department of Chemical technology. Supervisor of one doctoral student and scientific work of students

January 2012 – December 2012

EU Project Coordinator, Institute of Technology, Design and Service, Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine

2005 – 2009

Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical technology, Khmelnytsky National University, Khmelnytsky, Ukraine

Professional Scientific Experience and Grants

March 2015 – present

Researcher of Joint Polish – Ukrainian Project “Environmental Innovation for Business. Specialized Laboratory for Complex Research of Natural Minerals in Khmelnytsky National University”, Grant of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Poland in the framework of the program “Polish Aid for Development – 2015” (299900,00 zl) № 72/2015

January 2015 – present

Leader of Scientific Project “Development of Technology and Equipment for Coating of Compositions on the Basis of Nanoparticles for Creation of Materials with New Properties”, Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 0115U000227

January 2015 – present

Researcher of Scientific Project “Development of Technology of Creation of Universal Sorbents on the Basis of natural mineral saponite”, Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 0115U000228

 2013 – 2014

Responsible Researcher of Scientific Project “Development of Technology and Compositions on the Basis of Nanoparticles for Functionalization of Textile Materials”, Grant of the Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine № 0113U002069

Development of the technology of treatment of textile materials: imparting the new properties to materials with textile chemicals including nanoparticles, technological regulations.

Proven ability to lead scientific research project and work in staff. Development of the technology of treatment of textile materials: imparting the new properties to materials with textile chemicals including nanoparticles, technological regulations and estimation of “life cycle” of chemicals. Elaboration of the composite compositions on the Joint-Stock Company Fine organic synthesis plant “BARVA”, Ivano-Frankivsk reg., Ukraine.

 

January 2012 – present

Vice-Chief of Experimental Laboratory of Industrial Chemicals, Institute of Technology, Design and Service Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine

 

May 2012 – December 2012

Responsible Researcher of the Project “Development, Research and Application of Textile Chemicals in the Production of Cotton and Polyester Linens”, Grant № 0112U006191

Development of the technology and new textile chemicals on the basis of surfactants in the production of knitted linens on the factory “T-Style”, Rivne, Ukraine

2011 – 2012

Twice Grantee of Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) “The Eastern Partnership and the Europe 2020 Strategy” (2009, 2010)

2011 – 2012

Responsible Researcher of Scientific Project “Development of New Formulations of Compositions to Improve Technological Processing Efficiency of Textile Materials”, Grant of the Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine № 0111U002297

Proven ability to lead scientific research project and work in staff. Development of the technology of treatment of textile materials: chemicals including nanoparticles, technological regulations, production quality control, estimation of environmental safety, sewage treatment.

2011

Participant of the project “EUROPE IN A SUITCASE 2011”

2006 – 2007

Leading Researcher of Scientific Project “Scientific Basis for Development of Effective Compositions of Treatment of Textile Materials”, Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine                   № 0106U001005

Gained valuable scientific experience during the research on physical and chemical methods of investigation of properties and structure of substances and materials: spectroscopy, X-rays diffraction, thermal analysis and others. Obtained effective compositions based on surfactants and microemulsions for treatment of textile materials, laundering and dry-cleaning.

Membership

Member of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology

Member of the Scientific and Organizing Committees of:

  • Regional (September 2010) and Ukrainian (May 2011) Conferences “Modern Technologies in Light Industry and Service”, Khmelnytsky, Ukraine;
  • International Scientific Conference The session of the students scientific circles. (jury member 2010 – present) Crakow, Poland;
  • International Scientific and Technical Conference “IV Ukrainian-Polish Scientific Dialogue” (October 2011), Jaremche, Ukraine;
  • Organizing Committee Vice-Chairman of International Conference “Advanced Technologies in Textile Industry” (October 2012), Khmelnytsky, Ukraine;
  • Organizing Committee Vice-Chairman of International Scientific and Technical Conference “V Ukrainian-Polish Scientific Dialogue” (October 2013, 2015), Jaremche, Ukraine;

Preparation all informational materials, organization and holding conferences. Excellent managerial and communicative abilities.

Additional Skills

Computer skills: ChemOffice, Mathcad, Windows, MS Office, Internet

Languages: Ukraine and Russian (mother tongue), Polish – Upper Intermediate Level, English – Intermediate Level

Driving licence: Full clean driving licence Category B (Ukraine)

Publications

2001 – 2013

Scientific Articles – 41, participation in Ukrainian and International Conferences including Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Byelorussia, Portugal, Spain – 45, Licences for Inventions – 5.

List of publications 2010 – 2015 (selected)

  1. Paraska O., Karvan S. Ecological aspects of surface active substances application in chemical and technological processes// Report at the VIII international scientific conference “Energy and material saving ecological processes” (Grodno, 22-23 Oct. 2009), P.214-215.
  2. Paraska O., Karvan S. Mathematical modelling in scientific researches of chemical technology processes // Mechanics. Technical Transactions. – 2M/2010. – Issue 8. – Year 107. – P. 203 – 210.
  3. Olga Paraska, Alexandr Stremetskij, Dmytro Еffectiveness of using Ukrainian system of implants U-impl in dental practice // Х Мiedznarodowe seminarium naukowe “Мechanika w medycynie” Rzeszow-Boguchwala, 17-18 Wrzesnia, 2010 r. P.227-232.
  4. Karvan S., Paraska O. Analysis of efficiency of surfactants in multifunctional textile compositions // Proceedings of the XI International Conference IMTEX`2011, Lodz, Poland, 7-8 November 2011. – 71 – 76.
  5. Paraska O., Karvan S., Liubchik V., Chervonyuk O. Nanoparticles in environment: life cycle and method of determination // Nanosafety Congress – Turkey: Abstract book, Kemer-Antalya, Turkey, 26-28 April 201 – P. 56.
  6. Karvan, Paraska O., Marynin A., Olishevskiy V. Application of nanodispersions of silicon dioxide for treatment of textile materials // The Fiber Society`s Spring 2012 Conference: Conference Proceedings, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 23-25 May 2012. – P. 141 – 142.
  7. Karvan S., Paraska O., Matveitsova D. Treatment of textile materials in binary mixtures of surfactants // Innovations in Clothing Technology & Measurement Techniques: Monograph, Ed. by Grazina Bartkowiak, Iwona Frydrych & Maria Pavlowa. – Warsaw, 2012. – P. 160 – 166.
  8. Paraska O., Sioma A., Karvan S. Research on the process of contaminating textile materials // Engineering and methodology of modern technology: experience and prospects: Monograf: ed. by Paraska, J. Kowal. – Khmelnytsky, 2012. – P. 297 – 313.
  9. Paraska O., Sioma A., Karvan S. Vision methods of examining the cleanliness of textile materials // Mechanics and control. – 2012. – Vol. 31. – 1. – P. 44 – 50.
  10. Karvan, Paraska O., Sioma A. Multifunctional composition on the basis of mixture of surfactants // 6th Aachen-Dresden International Textile Conference, Dresden, Germany, 29-30 November 2012. – P. 194 – 195.
  11. Karvan S., Horyashchenko S., Paraska O. Development of equipment and technology for spray coating and functionalization of textile materials // V International R&D brokerage event in textiles and clothing, Bursa, Turkey, 4-5 April 2013. – 324 – 326.
  12. Karvan S., Bubenshchikova G., Paraska O. The technology of dry-cleaning of woolen garments with essential oils // 1st International Conference on Natural Fibers. Sustainable Materials for Advanced Applications: Book of Abstract, Guimaraes, Portugal, 9-11 June 2013. – P. 117 – 118.
  13. Matveitsova D., Karvan S., Paraska O. Research of the colloidal, chemical and technological properties of the binary mixtures of surfactants // Interdisciplinary Integration of Science in Technology, Education and Economy : Monograph by J. Shalapko and B. Żółtowski. – Bydgoszcz, 2013. –          P. 531 – 540.
  14. Olha Paraska, Tetyana Rak, Mykyta Lebediev. Оptimization of the parameters of washing process of the textile materials. 51 International Scientific Conference: Crakow, Poland, 8 May, 2014. – P. 45-46.
  15. Olha Paraska, Daria Matveitsova, Dmytro Chervonyuk. The algorithm of the mathematical optimization of the compositions for finishing of materials. 51 International Scientific Conference: Crakow, Poland, 8 May, 2014. – P. 43.
  16. О.А. Параска, С.А. Карван, Т.С. Рак, О.Р.Мокроусова. Дослідження колоїдно-хімічних властивостей сумішей поверхнево-активних речовин. Вісник Хмельницького національного університету. – 2014. – № 1. – С. 210 – 215.
  17. С.А. Карван, А.Я. Ганзюк, О.А. Параска, Г.М.Сокол. Вивчення доцільності використання суміші поліетиленгліколів різної молекулярної маси у якості антистатичних препаратів.Вісник Хмельницького національного університету. – 2014. – № 2. – С. 67 – 72.
  18. О. А. Параска, С. А. Карван, Т. С. Рак. Визначення характеристик процесу піноутворення в розчинах поверхнево-активних речовин. Восточноевропейский журнал передовых технологий – 2014. – № 3. – С. 57 – 69.
  19. Olha Paraska, Alla Ganzyuk, Svitlana Karvan. The new effective textile antistatic compositions on the basis of PEG. VI. International R&D brokerage event in textile and apparel sector, 4 – 5 April 2014, Bursa, Turkey.
  20. Paraska O, Karvan S, Rak T. The creation of high- and low-foaming surfactant compositions for the technological processes of production of textile materials. VI. International R&D brokerage event in textile and apparel sector, 4 – 5 April 2014, Bursa, Turkey.
  21. Paraska O., Karvan S., Deichuk G. Saponites as the New Raw Materials for the Production of Biomaterials. Mechanika w medycyne. Monograph ed. by L. Leniowska, M. Korzynski, J. Cwanek. – Rzeszow, Poland, 2014. – P. 190-198.
  22. Paraska O., Karvan S., Rak T. Use of ecologically friendly surfactants in the finishing of textiles”. Innovations in clothing design, materials, technology and measurement methods. Monograph, Ed. by Iwona Frydrych, Grazina Bartkowiak, & Maria Pavlowa. – Lodz, Poland, 2015. – P. 218-225.
  23. Paraska O., Karvan S., Rak T. The use of natural minerals as sorbents for purification of the organic solvents”. Ecological innovation. Monograph: edited by O. Paraska, Radek, M. Bonek – 2015. – Poland, P. 236-247.
  24. Paraska O., Karvan S., Rak T. Environmentally friendly surfactants for finishing textiles. VІI International R&D brokerage event in textiles and clothing, Bursa, Turkey, 27 – 29 May 2015. – 62;
  25. Paraska O., Karvan S., Rak T. Application of ecologically friendly surfactants in the finishing of textiles. 11 Joint International Conference. Lodz, Poland, 17 June, 2015. – P.

 

 

Abstract of selected publication:

Title of publication 1: Ecological aspects of surface active substances application in chemical and technological processes// Report at the VIII international scientific conference “Energy and material saving ecological processes” (Grodno, 22-23 Oct. 2009), P.214-215.
Abstract: The article presents the results of the research of high-efficiency composition compounds for washing and dry-cleaning of goods. Their application enables to implement energy saving technologies, decrease energy expenses, increase ecological indices of the process at Ukrainian and European enterprises оf consumer services.
Title of publication 2: Researches on textile materials properties after their processing in aqueous and non-aqueous solutions in Problems of light and textile industry of Ukraine. Kherson National Technical University. (№1(16), 2010). P.35-38.
Abstract: The article highlights the results of complex researches of physical, chemical and mechanical factors influence on properties of textile materials after their repeated processing in aqueous and non-aqueous solutions. The article proves the effectiveness of the electronic microscope Nicon Eclipse L100 Pol application according to the international plan ZPORR realization at the biophysical laboratory (Dep. of Physics, Rzeszow Polytechnica, Poland) for microscopical researches of wool fiber surface.
Title of publication 3: Mathematical modeling in researches of chemical and technological processes// Report at the XLVI session of the students’ scientific circles (Poland, Krakow, 5-6 May. 2010).
Abstract: The article presents the features of mathematical design application for research of chemical technology objects. Effective universal composition for intensification of dry-cleaning of textile materials of different fiber composition has been elaborated by means of experimental and theoretical modeling.
Title of publication 4: Effectiveness of using Ukrainian system of implants// Report at U-IMPL in dental practice X International conference “Mechanics in medicine” (Rzeszow- Boguchwala, 17-18 Sept. 2010).
Abstract: The article presents the research of effectiveness of prosthetic dentistry using Ukrainian system of implants U-Impl (joint Swiss-Ukrainian production). The effectiveness of the Ukrainian implants system is shown in comparison with the famous world brands (Shtrauman (Switzerland), Alpha Bio (Israel), and Nobel Biocare (Sweden)) in different clinical situations.
Title of publication 5: Influence of dry-cleaning process on the operational properties of textile materials in Visnyk of Kyiv national university of technologies and design (№4. 2010), P. 278-282.
Abstract: The work presents the analysis of the world textile fibers and articles production. Specifics of textile articles handling in the process of dry-cleaning according to the international standards of consumer services are highlighted. It is shown that high quality of textiles cleaning is reached and operational properties of goods are not aggravated due to scientifically grounded selection of ingredients for detergents of composition.
Title of publication 6: Contemporary methods of textile material surface research in scientific-production journal Light industry (№3. 2010), P.48-49.
Abstract: The article suggests complex evaluation of woolen fibers geometrical parameters by means of laser scanning (Talyscan 150, Poland) of materials surface. Application of this method enables to forecast functional peculiarities of material surface and accordingly to foresee any change in consumer properties of articles in general.

 

Olga Paraska PhD in engineering, leader of the young scientists’ society of KhNU, Associate Professor at Chemical technology department, Leading Researcher in Scientific-research centre. Academic and pedagogic experience – 10 years. Advises and directs students’ research projects. Author of about 100 published works and 5 patents of Ukraine for invention. Active participant of collaboration with Ukrainian and European universities, such as Krakow Polytechnic, Rzeszow Polytechnic, AGH University of Science and Technology, İstanbul Technical University in the fields of chemical engineering, resource and energy saving technologies of cleaning industry and ecological safety. Olga Paraska is to teach the courses dealing with the issues of European experience in the sphere of functioning cleaning industry enterprises, ecological, technological and chemical safety.

 

Title of the teaching course: Advanced processing technologies (academic course for Master’s degree)
Summary of content:

 

Review of modern world and Ukrainian technologies applied for processing various kinds of manufactured articles and preparations used for different kinds of processing as well as chemism of the processes and their technological realization. Classification and characterization of the preparations and world and Ukrainian equipment. Ecological aspects of their influence on environment and people’s health, providing services according to European standards.
Title of the teaching course: Technologies for processing goods (academic course for Bachelor’s and Master’s degree)
Summary of content:

 

The course is designed to introduce students to the properties of Ukrainian and foreign preparations, which are available in Ukraine, for processing goods. Students will be introduced to the basics of their effective use alongside with high quality cleaning and washing of the goods. The course is to stimulate young specialists to carry out scientific research and apply it in practical work.
Title of the teaching course: Basics of standardization and certification (academic course for Bachelor’s degree)
Summary of content:

 

Normative and legal documents in Ukrainian system of standardization; international and national standards; specifics of their application in various spheres of public activity; scientific and technical terminology; classification and coding of technical, economic and social information; technical documentation; information technologies; the ways to organize metrological work, the order of documents registration. Comparison of Ukrainian and international normative documents.