Dr. Asimina Tremouli is a Research Associate at the Department of Synthesis and Development of Industrial Processes, School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens.Read More
Dr. Pavlos Pandis is a Research Associate and acquired his Diploma of Chemical Engineering and his PhD (supported by a national scholarship in materials Science) at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).Read More
His research interest activities numbers 15 scopus indexed publications, 25 participations in international, 19 in national conferences and his expertise involves materials synthesis through solid, wet, mechanochemical and other techniques incl. sonochemically assisted. He has structural, physical & electrochemical characterization experience in micro-/nano-sized porous or dense custom-shaped inorganic materials, macro-/meso-/ and /nano-powders and structures and their applications in the fields of: (i) Nanotechnology, (ii) Morphing and shaping, (iii) Heterogeneous catalysis, (iv) Fuel cell fabrication and operation and (v) Separation membrane technology. His expertise enables the flexibility of utilizing the inorganic and/or hybrid inorganic/organic (nano)materials in energy saving/harvesting, heterogeneous catalysis, coatings and environmental-friendly technology applications.
Prof. Gerasimos Lyberatos is a professor in the School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical university of Athens and a collaborating faculty member of the Institute of Chemical Engineering and High Temperature Chemical Processes (Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas).Read More
Ioannis (Yannis) Ieropoulos is a Professor of Bioenergy & Self-Sustainable Systems and Founder and Director of the Bristol BioEnergy Centre, at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, UWE.Read More
Prof. Christos Argirusis has more than 20 years of experience in materials science and particularly in preparation and characterization methods for ceramics, in high temperature electrochemistry, chemical and electrochemical kinetics, layer-by-layer deposition for tailored modification of the surface of particles as well as in preparation methods for ceramic powders and functional layers.Read More
He is the head of the Laboratory of Inorganic Materials Technology at the School of Chemical Engineering of the NTUA. Prof. Argirusis has a long and successful experience in co-ordination and participation in European as well as in national research projects, resulting to 98 publications in refereed international journals and more than 140 conference presentations.
Prof. Vassilis Stathopoulos is full professor in General Department, School of Sciences at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.Read More