Mg.sc.ing. Talrits Betkers

Izglītība

1970 - Master degree in Engineering science (Mg.sc.ing.)

Zinātniskās intereses un kompetence

Binders and adhesives based on lignin and thermosetting resins. Soil improvers. Technology of wood polymer composites​

Nozīmīgākie projekti

2019 - LS IWC Bio-economic grant - Waste biomass from wood processing wastewater as a potential for application in environmentally friendly composites (LigPolimerKM). Participant.

2017-2018 - LS IWC Bio-economic grant: Waste biomass from wood processing wastewater as a potential for application in environmentally friendly composites (AtkritBiomasKM). Participant.

2014-2017 - National Research Programme, Forest and earth entrails resources: research and sustainable utilization – new products and technologies (ResProd) (2014.10-4/VPP-6/6). Participant​.

2011-2015 - ERDF project - European Regional Development Fundproject  - Investigations of possibilities of woodworking by-products utilization, ForestCompetenceCenter (LIAA No.L-KC-11-0004) (KC/2.1.2.1.1/10/01/003; 2.1.2.1.1.). Participant.

 

 

Papildus informācija

2006 - Statistical methods in laboratory practice, Latvian Academy of Sciences Certification Center​.

2003 - Environmental auditory course, Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (Denmark), FORCE TECHNOLOGY (Denmark).

Nozīmīgākās publikācijas

  1. Shulga G., Neiberte B., Verovkins A., Vitolina S., Jaunslavietis J., Livcha S., Betkers T. (2019). ​Aminated wood sanding dust as filler for recycled polypropylene-based compositeCellulose Chemistry and Technology. 53(9), 945-953.
  2. Shulga G., Betkers T.,  Vitolina S.,  Neiberte B., Verovkins A., Anne O., Ambrazaitene D., Žukauskaite A. (2015). Wood processing by-products treated with the lignin-based conditioner as mulch for soil protectionJournal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 23 (04), 279-287.
  3. Shulga G., Betkers T., Brovkina J., Neiberte B., Verovkins A, Belous O., Ambrazaitene D., Žukauskaite A. (2008). New lignin-based polymers for ecological  rehabilitation. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. Vol. 486, 291(1333)-305(1347).