Professor, Unit Operations and transport processes with emphasis on energy and environmental applications
– Ph.D. Chem. Eng. (State University of New York at Buffalo, 1994)
– Dipl. (Honors) Chem. Eng. (University of Patras, 1989)
Office: 124, 1st floor Building D
Telephone: 2310.996258 Fax: 2310.996190
Student Reception: Daily 9:00-15.30
- Gas and liquid separations and purifications employing porous materials (adsorbents and membranes)
- Carbon capture and sequestration
- Correlation of pore structural characteristics with transport and equilibrium properties of fluids in porous materials
- Multi-scale modeling and simulation of physicochemical processes
- Interfacial phenomena and multiphase flows
- Nikolaidis G.N., Kikkinides E.S., Georgiadis M.C. “Model-Based Approach for the Evaluation of Materials and Processes for Post-Combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture from Flue Gas by PSA/VSA Processes”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 55(3):635–646 (2016).
- Kikkinides E.S., Monson P.A., “Dynamic density functional theory with hydrodynamic interactions: Theoretical development and application in the study of phase separation in gas-liquid systems”, J. Chem. Phys. 142(9):094706 (2015).
- Kikkinides E.S., Politis M.G., “Linking Pore Diffusivity with Macropore Structure of Zeolite Adsorbents. Part I: Three Dimensional Structural Representation Combining Scanning Electron Microscopy with Stochastic Reconstruction methods; Part II: Simulation of Pore Diffusion and Mercury Intrusion in Stochastically Reconstructed Zeolite Adsorbents”, Adsorption 20(1):5-35 (2014).
- Nikolic D., Kikkinides E.S., Georgiadis M.C.,”Optimization of Multibed Pressure Swing Adsorption Processes”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 48:5388–5398 (2009).
- Kikkinides E.S, Yiotis A.G., Kainourgiakis M.E., Stubos A.K.,”Thermodynamic consistency of liquid-gas lattice Boltzmann methods: Interfacial property issues”, Physical Review E 78:036702 (2008).
- Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (7 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
- Mass Transfer Phenomena (8′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
- Applied Thermodynamics I (3 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
- Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering (4 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
Karageorgos Filoppos (Starting Year: 2017)