Plenary Lecture

Approaching the Environmental and Life Forms Impact of Environmental Xenobiotics from Electric Power Plants through Mathematical Models

Professor Cornelia Aida Bulucea
University of Craiova
Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Abstract: It is generally accepted that over the last decades the concept of xenobiotics has been related to environmental and human health impact, emphasizing environmental xenobiotics in the context of pollutants, as substances foreign to an entire biological system, which did not exist in nature before their synthesis by humans. Environmental xenobiotics are becoming increasingly problematic in medicine and environmental systems because dangerous and unstable situations can result from their presence. The harmful effects on humans and ecosystems of environmental xenobiotics are often unpredictable, and it is challenging to exploring the effects on life forms and the environment. A serious concern is related to the health of humans and other life forms that is impacted by environmental xenobiotics caused by the operation of electrical generating stations. For instance, the immune system is extremely vulnerable and sensitive to modulation by environmental xenobiotics. Numerous experimental assays could be performed to ascertain the immunotoxic potential of environmental xenobiotics, taking into account genetic factors, the route of xenobiotic penetration, and the amount and duration of exposure, as well as the wave shape of the xenobiotic. This lecture focuses on an approach for the analysis of electric power plants environmental xenobiotics using mathematical models and corresponding methods for the specific mechanisms.

Brief Biography of the Speaker: Cornelia Aida Bulucea is currently an Associate Professor in Electrotechnics, Electrical Machines and Environmental Electric Equipment in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Craiova, Romania. She is graduate from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering Craiova and she received the Ph.D degree from Bucharest Polytechnic Institute. In Publishing House she is author of five books in electrical engineering area. Research work is focused on improved solutions for electrical networks on basis of new electric equipment, and environmental impact assessment of electric power systems. She has extensive experience in both experimental and theoretical research work, certified by over 70 articles in International indexed journals and papers in International conferences Proceedings, and 15 research projects from industry. She participated in over twenty WSEAS International Conferences and ten INASE International Conferences, presenting papers and chairing sessions. She was a Plenary Speaker in The 2015 International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Computational Science and Engineering (AMCSE 2015), Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece, October 17-19, 2015, in The 2014 International Conference on Mathematical Methods and Computational Techniques in Science and Engineering (MMCTSE’14), Athens, Greece, November 28-30, 2014., in The 13th International Conference on Electric Power Systems, High Voltages, Electric Machines (POWER’13), Chania, Crete Island, Greece, August 27-29, 2013, in The 5th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Energy and Environment (EE’10), held by the University of Cambridge, UK, February 23-25, 2010, in The 4th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Energy and Environment (EE’09), held by the University of Cambridge, Cambridge UK, February 24-26, 2009, in The 8th WSEAS International Conference on Power Systems (PS’08), held by the University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain, September 23-25, 2008.

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