报告人:Bojana Voncina, Full Professor




Current research interests in the following fields:

-              solid material recycling, with the emphasis on feedstock recycling of various synthetic fibres;

-              supramolecular chemistry, preparation of various flexible adsorption films – polymer materials crosslinked with cycodextrins for selective adsorption and for postponed active compounds release;

-              preparation of nanocapsules with photochromic effects and their application to textile to obtain additional functionality of materials.

-              preparation of nano-hydro gels for postponed drug release for the application in wet wound healing management.


Teaching at graduate and postgraduate levels at the:

-              Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (Chemistry, Polymer recycling, Intelligent textiles, Ecodesign);

-              Faculty of Natural Science in Mathematics (Ecotoxicology) and

-              University of Ghent – in the frame of AUTEX master degree study E-TEAM (Recycling).


Education experiences:

1991-1995          Colour Chemistry and Dyeing Department, University of Leeds, UK, PhD, Colour Chemistry, Dissertation: Polycarboxylic Acids in Cellulose Fibre Dyeing and Finishing;

1987-1991   Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, SLO, MSc, Organic Chemistry, Dissertation: Syntheses of Triazinyl Azo Dyes;

1979-1983      Chemical Engineering, University of Maribor, SLO, BSc, Chemical Engineering.


Working experiences:

1983-1986      Analytical chemist in the quality control at the Department of Lead Mine, Mezica;

1986-1987      Researcher at the Textile Institute Maribor;

1987-1997      Researcher at the University of Maribor; 

1997-2004           Assistant Prof. at the Department of Textile Chemistry, University of Maribor;

2004-2011   Assoc. Prof. at the Department of Textile Chemistry, University of Maribor;

2011-       Full Prof. at the Chair for Textile Materials and Design, University of Maribor.


Projects: Bilateral projects with  Hungary, USA, Great Britain, Croatia, Argentina, India, Turky; IntelSysTex Project “FP 7 – Partnership, Informational network, Instruments”; EUREKA projects FIBRIN, BIOTEX, BIOPOLS, NANOTEX; 3 direct research projects with TTRI Taipei, Taiwan; MC project Transfer of Knowledge 6th frame EU project POLYSURF; Coordination action project 2BFUNTEX (290500); COST action MP1105 Flaretex and H2020 Resintex.

Visiting professor at:

-              Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan;

-              Shinshu University, Japan;

-              University of Fukui, Japan;

-              Ege University, Turkey;

-              E-TEAM Autex, Belgium, since 2010;

-              Boras University, Sweden.

Articles: more than 60 Original Scientific Articles, 100 Published Scientific Conference Contributions, 5 chapters in scientific books. Erasmus coordinator at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at UM from 2002 to 2009, in 2007/08 expert in CEN TC 248 WG25 for Cosmetotextile standard preparation.



Society has always recycled and utilized certain waste fractions as raw materials for new products. Recently, however, the utilization and recycling of waste has become even more important due to the scarcity of unprocessed virgin materials and concerns over the non-sustainable use of natural resources. In addition to this, the increasing cost of waste management and limited landfill space have also increased interest in recovering waste as either material or energy. There is an increasing variety of products that have been produced by using recycled material as the main raw material.

Training materials on Recycling of textile materials describes recycling of textile materials- mechanical recycling of textile and other thermoplastic materials with focus on PET bottle recycling; and chemical recycling with focus on carpet recycling.



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