Stergios G. Yiantsios
Professor, Transport Phenomena with emphasis on Computational Fluid Dynamics
– Ph.D. Chem. Eng. (Univ. California, Davis, USA, 1989)
– M.Sc. Chem. Eng. (Univ. California, Davis, USA, 1986)
– Dipl. Chem. Eng. (ΑUTh, 1983)
Office: 202, 2nd floor of Building Ε13
Telephone: 2310.991293 Fax: 2310.996190
Student Reception: Daily 9:00 – 16:00
- Interfacial flow dynamics, thin films
- Dynamics of multiphase particle-laden flows
- Computational Fluid Dynamics and Parallel processing
- S.G. Yiantsios “On the Distributed Lagrange Multiplier/Fictitious Domain Method for rigid-particle-laden flows: a proposition for an alternative formulation of the Lagrange multipliers”, Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids, 70, 1027-1047, (2012).
- S.K. Serpetsi and S.G.Yiantsios “Stability characteristics of solutocapillary Marangoni motion in evaporating thin films”, Phys. Fluids 24, 122104, (2012)
- P.Saliakellis and S.G.Yiantsios, “Macroscopic characteristics of heavy particle resuspension obtained from direct numerical simulations of pressure driven channel flow”, Int. J. Multiphase Flow, , 84, 188–203, (2016).
- G.A.Zoumpouli and S.G.Yiantsios, “Hydrodynamic effects on phase separation morphologies in evaporating thin films of polymer solutions”, Phys. Fluids, 28, 82108, (2016).
- L I. Kolitsi and S. G. Yiantsios, “Transport of nanoparticles in magnetic targeting: Comparison of magnetic, diffusive and convective forces and fluxes in the microvasculature, through vascular pores and across the interstitium”, Microvasc. Res, 130, 104007, (2020).
- Transport Phenomena I (4′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
- Transport Phenomena II (5′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
- Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (7 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
- Introduction to computational analysis in chemical engineering by the finite element method (W ≥7′ Semester – Elective Course)
- Serpetsi Stephania (Awarded: 2017)
- Saliakellis Panagiotis (Awarded: 2018)
- Kolitsi Lydia (Starting Year: 2018)