Green chemistry is a priority for the development of science and the economy of the world. This is the path to sustainable development of society, environment and poverty eradication. The main goal of green chemistry is to find safety in terms of chemistry and ecology ways of life of society in all aspects - from the production processes, and use of energy resources and to ways of doing daily homework. It is expected that in the future all the chemistry will become highlighted in green.
TPU Research Areas
Development of theory and practice of catalytic processes. Creation of state-of-the-art environmentally friendly catalysts for conversion of resources into biological fuel and other valuable products.
Renewable raw materials
Development of set of technologies of comprehensive processing of man-made materials in order to create valuable products with application of technologies of high-energy local exposure, self-propagating high-temperature synthesis as well as hydrometallurgy thus allowing to reach profitability of production and involve all materials into processing.
Development of technology of advanced processing of promising natural sources to create medications and complexes with various types of biological activity. Development of state-of-the-art technology for creating biodegradable polymers.
Advanced processing of raw hydrocarbons
Development of effective resource saving technology and intellectual systems of production of motor fuels, solid carbon, including modelling and adjusting production processes.
Developments and Projects
- Effective technology of advanced processing of man-made materials produced by metallurgy, chemical industry and energy enterprises;
- Technology of industrial waste granulating and processing into valuable products;
- State-of-the-art anti-opisthorchiasis and seizure medications based on advanced processing of plant materials;
- State-of-the-art method of atherosclerosis treatment in partnership with Cardiology Research Institute at Tomsk Scientific Centre SB RAMS and “Nanokor” LLC;
- Pilot production electric-discharge unit for food industry waste processing complex;
- Technology of obtaining biodegradable polymers and their use for creating medical supplies.
National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Fritz Haber Institute (Germany), Lorraine University (France), Greifswald University (Germany), University of Western Ontario (Canada), Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (Germany), “R-FARM” CJSC, Tomskneftekhim LLC, “NIOST” LLC, “SIBUR Holding” CJSC.