Anastasia A. Zabaniotou
Professor, Design of Thermochemical Processes of Recyclable and Reusable Raw Materials 

-Doctorat (Ecole Centrale de Paris, FR, 1987)
-DEA Genie Chimique (Ecole Centrale de Paris, FR, 1984)
-Dipl. Chem. Eng. (AUTh, GR, 1979)

Curriculum vitae





Office: 105, 1st floor of Building D
Telephone: 2310.996274 Fax: 2310.996209

Student Reception: Daily 9:30 – 15:00


  1. Circular Economy and Bioeconomy thinking and concepts
  2. Sustainable use of bioresources
  3. Renewable Energy Sources (RES) with emphasis on Bioenergy.
  4. Gasification and Pyrolysis systems’ research, design and development
  5. Design and scale-up of thermochemical reactors
  6. Waste cascade biorefineries
  7. Food Wastes, agricultural wastes, agro-industrial wastes, sewage sludge valorization with closing the loop concepts
  8. Biochar production via Pyrolysis
  9. Sustainability, Modeling, and Simulation of Thermochemical processes.
  10. Social acceptance of bioenergy and waste to energy systems
  11. Sustainable development Innovations
  12. Gender equity and Women and Energy
  1. A Zabaniotou (2020). New Forms of Social Learning in Mediterranean Higher Engineering Education: Change Lab for Gender Equality Transformation, Methodology, Design Principles. Sustainability 12 (16), 6618
  2. Anastasia Zabaniotou, Christine Syrgiannis, Daniela Gasperin, Arnoldo José de Hoyos Guevera, Ivani Fazenda, Donald Huisingh (2020). From Multidisciplinarity to Transdisciplinarity and from Local to Global Foci: Integrative Approaches to Systemic Resilience Based upon the Value of Life in the Context of Environmental and Gender Vulnerabilities with a Special Focus upon the Brazilian Amazon Biome. Sustainability 12 (20), 8407
  3. A Zabaniotou (2020). A systemic approach to resilience and ecological sustainability during the COVID-19 pandemic: Human, societal, and ecological health as a system-wide emergent property in the Anthropocene. Global Transitions 2, 116-126
  4. A Zabaniotou, K Stamou (2020). Balancing Waste and Nutrient Flows Between Urban Agglomerations and Rural Ecosystems: Biochar for Improving Crop Growth and Urban Air Quality in The Mediterranean Region. Atmosphere 11 (5), 539
  5. VK Matrapazi, A Zabaniotou (2020). Experimental and feasibility study of spent coffee grounds upscaling via pyrolysis towards proposing an eco-social innovation circular economy solution. Science of The Total Environment 718, 137316
  1. Chemical Reactors Design I (6 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  2. Practical Training – Energy/Environment (W/S ≥8′ Semester – Elective Course)
  3. Solid waste and fuel management (S ≥6′ Semester – Elective Course)
  4. Renewable Energy Sources (W ≥5′ Semester – Elective Course)
  1. Rovas Dimitrios (Starting Year: 2014)
  2. Kamaterou Paraskeui (Starting Year: 2014)
  3. Fytili Despoina (Starting Year: 2016)
  4. Petsi Panagiota (Starting Year: 2017)