Jordan Hristov is a professor of Chemical Engineering with the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria. He graduated from the Technical University, Sofia, as an electrical engineer and was awarded his PhD degree in chemical engineering in 1994 with a thesis on magnetic field assisted fluidization. His Doctor of Sciences thesis on nonlinear and anomalous diffusion models was successfully completed in 2018. Prof. Hristov has more than 39 years’ experience in the field of chemical engineering with principle research interests in mechanics of particulate materials, fluidization, and magnetic field effects of process intensification, mathematical modelling in complex systems, non-linear diffusion and fractional calculus application in modelling with more than 170 articles published in international journals. He is an editorial board member of Thermal Science, Particuology, Progress in Fractional Differentiation and Applications and Fractional and Fractal.

Jordan Hristov
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria
Jordan Hristov is a professor of Chemical Engineering with the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria. He graduated from the Technical University, Sofia, as an electrical engineer and was awarded his PhD degree in chemical engineering in 1994 with a thesis on magnetic field assisted fluidization. His Doctor of Sciences thesis on nonlinear and anomalous diffusion models was successfully completed in 2018. Prof. Hristov has more than 39 years’ experience in the field of chemical engineering with principle research interests in mechanics of particulate materials, fluidization, and magnetic field effects of process intensification, mathematical modelling in complex systems, non-linear diffusion and fractional calculus application in modelling with more than 170 articles published in international journals. He is an editorial board member of Thermal Science, Particuology, Progress in Fractional Differentiation and Applications and Fractional and Fractal.

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