Name: Nikolay Ivanov
Academic status and scientific degree: Assistant Professor
Scientific field of activity: Quality and food safety
Curriculum Vitae (CV) : Graduated the Trakian University - Stara Zagora as a zoo engineer in 2011. In 2012 took a Master educational degree.
Since 2013 he works as assistant at the Agricultural Institute in Stara Zagora. At the moment he works in department “Quality and food safety from the agro-food chain and agroecology”.
Scientific papers describing the scientific field:
1.Ivanov, N., S. Laleva, T. Angelova, D. Miteva, V. Karabashev, G. Kalaydzhiev, 2015. Weight at birth and intensity of growth for lambs by Sinthetic population bulgarian milk and their F1 crossbreed with Ile de France and Mouton Charollais breeds sheeps. Science & Technologies, Volume V, Number 5, 2015, Animal studies & Veterinary medicine, 70-74.
2.Zlatev, Z., N. Ivanov, S. Ribarski, I. Penchev, 2015. Application of computer vision techniques in assessing the slaughter indicators of crossbred lambs. 5th Smartex-2015 Egypt (World Textiles Conference), [Engineering- Applied arts- Specific Sciences] November 23-25, 2015, Kaferelsheikh University, Egypt.
3.Kolev T., S. Laleva, T. Angelova, D. Miteva, N. Ivanov, I. Ivanov, D. Yordanova, V. Karabashev, 2015. Opportunities for production of organic animal products in the eastern Rhodopes. Scientific-practical Conference Kardzhali area - attractive tourist destination, ISBN 978-954-92458-0-6, 50-56.
- Ribarski, S., N. Ivanov, D. Miteva, 2015. Еffects of transportation and pre-slaughter rest on pig welfare and carcass quality. Journal of Animal Science (BG), 6, 65-71.
- Ivanov, N., S. Laleva, S. Ribarski, T. Angelova, 2016. Comparative study on carcass characteristics in lambs from the Bulgarian dairy synthetic population and its F1 crosses with Ile de France and Mutton Charolais. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry 32, 2, 163-174.
- Ivanov, N., T. Angelova, S. Laleva, S. Ribarski, D. Miteva, D. Yordanova, V. Karabashev, I. Penchev, 2017. Carcass characteristics and technological properties of Musculus Longissimus Lumborum at lambs from the Bulgarian dairy synthetic population and its F1 crosses with meat breeds. Agricultural Science and Technology, 9, 2, 171-174.
7.Ribarski, S., N. Ivanov, D. Miteva, I. Penchev, 2017. Physicochemical properties of Musculus Longissimus Lumborum in normal and pale, soft exudative pork meat. Bulgarian Journal of Animal Husbandry, 2, 47- 53.