Ioannis Tsivintzelis
Lecturer, Physical Chemistry with emphasis on supercritical fluids 

– Dr. Chem. Eng. (AUTh, GR, 2006)
– Dipl. Chem. Eng. (AUTh, GR, 2000)

Curriculum vitae

 

 

 

Contact

Office: 3rd Floor, Building C
Telephone: 2310.996246 Fax: 2310.996222
Email: gtsivint@eng.auth.gr, tioannis@auth.gr
WWW: http://users.auth.gr/~tioannis/

Student Reception: Daily 10:00 – 16:00

 

  1. Processes with alternative solvents: Supercritical Fluids and Ionic Liquids
  2. Thermodynamic models – Statistical thermodynamics
  3. Biomaterials, nanocomposite polymers, porous and nanofibrous polymer structures
  4. Modeling of mixtures with non-ideal behavior (systems with polymers, pharmaceuticals, supercritical fluids, ionic liquids, and hydrogen bonding fluids)
  5. Experimental measurement of phase equilibria
  1. Tsivintzelis, I., Musko, N.E., Baiker, A., Grunwaldt, J.-D., Kontogeorgis, G.M., “Experimental determination and modeling of the phase behavior for the direct synthesis of dimethyl carbonate from methanol and carbon dioxide”, Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 84: pp. 155-163 (2013).
  2. Tsivintzelis, I., Kontogeorgis, G.M., “Capabilities and limitations of an association theory for chemicals in liquid or supercritical solvents”, (2012) Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 51 (41), pp. 13496-13517.
  3. Maia, F.M., Tsivintzelis, I., Rodriguez, O., Macedo, E.A., Kontogeorgis, G.M., “Equation of state modelling of systems with ionic liquids: Literature review and application with the Cubic Plus Association (CPA) model”, (2012) Fluid Phase Equilibria, 332, pp. 128-143.
  4. Marras, S.I., Kladi, K.P., Tsivintzelis, I., Zuburtikudis, I., Panayiotou, C., “Biodegradable polymer nanocomposites: The role of nanoclays on the thermomechanical characteristics and the electrospun fibrous structure”, (2008) Acta Biomaterialia, 4 (3), pp. 756-765.
  5. Tsivintzelis, I., Missopolinou, D., Kalogiannis, K., Panayiotou, C., “Phase compositions and saturated densities for the binary systems of carbon dioxide with ethanol and dichloromethane”, (2004) Fluid Phase Equilibria, 224 (1), pp. 89-96.
  1. Physical Chemistry II (TH) (3′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  2. Mass and Energy Balances (2′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  3. Analytic Chemistry (L) (2′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  4. Polymer Science and Engineering (5 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  5. Physical Chemistry II (L) (3′ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  6. Physical Chemistry I (2 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Course)
  7. Nanotechnology and Soft Matter (S ≥6′ Semester – Elective Course)