The School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering is organized into four Divisions, each including a number of laboratories on various subjects.
Division I is engaged in the field of sciences / areas of specialization: Climate Change - Mitigation and Adaptation; Sustainable Energy; Energy Savings and Renewable Energy Sources; General, Organic, Environmental and Aqueous Chemistry; Instrumental Chemical Analysis; Chemistry of the Atmosphere; Geology; Physics; Greenhouse gases and Climate Change; Forest Fires and Climate Change; Air Pollution; Public Health; Environmental Legislation, etc.
|DIVISION I Laboratories||Head|
|Atmospheric Aerosols Laboratory||M. Lazaridis|
|Atmospheric Environment and Climate Change Laboratory||A. Voulgrakis|
|Aquatic Chemistry Laboratory||E. Psillakis|
|Environmental Law and Environmental Governance Laboratory||E. Maria|
|Energy Management in the Built Environment Laboratory||D. Kolokotsa|
|Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems Laboratory||T.Tsoutsos|
|Toxic and Hazardous Waste Management Laboratory||A. Giannis|
Division II is engaged in the field of sciences / areas of specialization: Chemical, biochemical and Environmental Process Design and Analysis; Thermodynamics; Calculus, Mathematics and Statistics; Numerical Analysis and Programming; Environmental Engineering; Unit Operations; Process Control; Physical Chemistry; Transport Phenomena; Fluid Mechanics; Byproducts process manufacturing; Natural Gas, Biogas and Hydrogen Technology; Fuel and Lubricant Technology; Microbiology and Biological Processes; Food Technology; Ecological Engineering and Technology, etc.
|DIVISION II Laboratories||Head|
|Biochemical Engineering & Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory|
|Bioeconomy and Biosystems Economics Laboratory||S. Rozakis|
|Design of Environmental Processes Laboratory||P. Gikas|
|Environmental Engineering and Management Laboratory||E. Diamadopoulos|
|Environmental Engineering Laboratory (TUCeeL)||K. Chrysikopoulos|
|Environmental Microbiology Laboratory||D. Venieri|
|Mathematics Laboratory||A. Manoussakis|
|Stochastic models Laboratory||T. Daras|
Division III is engaged in the field of sciences / areas of specialization: Solid State Physics; Crystallography; Instrumental Chemical Analysis & Characterization of Materials; Surface Science; Heterogeneous Catalysis; Photocatalysis and Electrocatalysis; Corrosion of materials; Polymers and Macromolecules Science and Technology; Metallurgy; Materials Science and Technology; Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology; Biomaterials & Biopolymers; Ceramics & Porous Materials; Catalytic and Energy Storage Materials, Electrocatalytic Materials-Fuel Cells; Biomedical Technology and Materials etc.
|DIVISION III Laboratories||Head|
|Environmental Catalysis Laboratory||P. Panagiotopoulou|
|Environmental Organic Chemistry Laboratory||N. Xekoukoulotakis|
|Physical Chemistry and Chemical Processes Laboratory||I. Yentekakis|
Division IV is engaged in the field of sciences / areas of specialization: Hydrology; Hydraulics; Hydraulic works, Surface-water and groundwater management; Environmental Rehabilitation (soil, groundwater and surface water); Nature based solutions and technologies; Agricultural Technology; Fluid Mechanics; Marine Environmental Hydraulics; Coastal Engineering, Port Works; Geodesy; Geographic Information Systems; Geotechnical and Geo-Environmental Seismic Engineering; Computational Dynamics, etc.
|DIVISION ΙV Laboratories||Head|
|Agricultural Engineering Laboratory||N. Paranychianakis|
|Computational Dynamics & Energy Laboratory (CODEN)||Y. Tsompanakis|
|Geodesy and Geographical Information Systems Research Unit||A. Tsouchlaraki|
|Geoenvironmental Engineering Laboratory||G. Karatzas|
|Hydrogeochemical Engineering and Soil Remediation Laboratory||N. Nikolaidis|
|Water Resources Management and Coastal Engineering Laboratory|