Asst. Prof. Dr.
Full-Time Academic Staff
Chemical Engineering
+90 392 661 29 70
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Educational Background: 
  • B.S., Ege University; Ph.D., University of Bath
Research Interests: 
  • Water Treatment Unit Processes
  • Sustainable Reaction Engineering
  • Reactor Design
Courses Taught: 
  • Thermodynamics I
  • Heat Transfer
  • Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
  • Water Treatment Technology
Selected Publications: 
  • Mastio, E., Andrews, C. and Bozkaya-Schrotter, B. Water Treatment Product and Method , WO 2013126953 A1.
  • Bozkaya-Schrotter, B., Daines-Martinez, C., Schrotter, J.-C., Breant, P. (2009). Treatment of NF Concentrates: Organic micropollutant and NOM removal in TECHNEAU: Safe Drinking Water from Source to Tap State of the Art & Perspectives. (Eds. Theo van den Hoven, Christian Kazner). IWA Publishing, London – UK.
  • Schrotter, J.-C., Bozkaya-Schrotter, B. (2010). Current and emerging membrane processes for water treatment in Membrane Technology,(eds Klaus-Viktor Peinemann, Suzana Pereira Nunes) Vol 4 by WILEY-VCH, Weinheim-Germany.
  • N. Vigneron-Larosa, A.-S. Lescourret, A. Bignon, C. Breda, B. Bozkaya-Schrotter, C. Daines and J.-C. SchrotterPilot plant trials: Management of membrane concentrate. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 10 (2010) No 4 pp 591-599.
  • B. Bozkaya, C. Daines, J.C. Schrotter, P. Breant. Treatment of nanofiltration membrane concentrates: Organic micropollutant and NOM removal. Desalination and Water Treatment, 9(2009) 36-42.
  • B. Bozkaya, C. Daines, A.-S. Lescourret, A. Bignon, P. Breant, J.C. Schrotter Treatment of Trace Organics in Membrane Concentrates I: Pesticide Elimination. Water Science and Technology:Water Supply, 8:2(2008) 223-230.
  • A.Lapkin, B.Bozkaya, P.Plucinski, Selective oxidation of 1-butene by molecular oxygen in a porous membrane Taylor flow reactor, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 45:7 (2006) 2220-2228.
  • A.Lapkin, B.Bozkaya, T.Mays, L.Borello, K.Edler, and B.Crittenden, Preparation and characterisation of chemisorbents based on heteropolyacids supported on synthetic mesoporous carbons and silica, Catalysis Today, 81:4 (2003) 611-621.