The School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering is organized into three Divisions, each including a number of laboratories on various subjects.
Division I focuses on subjects, such as: Collection, treatment, transfer and disposal technologies for gaseous, aqueous, solid, toxic and hazardous waste and sludge. Treatment technologies for potable water. Source inventory models. Monitoring of waste sources and ambient quality; Environmental meteorology. Air and water quality, hydraulic and hydrological models; Pollution risk assessment, ambient quality and emission standards. Energy conservation and alternative sources, transportation modeling and land planing. Development of optimal management plans. Ecology. Environmental impact assessment. Application of Geographic Information Systems. Compilation of environmental data and interlinking with relevant international databases. Environmental Law and governance. Stochastic models. Banach spaces.
|DIVISION I Laboratories||Head|
|Bioeconomy and Biosystems Economics Laboratory||S. Rozakis|
|Mathematics Laboratory||A. Manoussakis|
|Stochastic models Laboratory||T. Daras|
|Design of Environmental Processes Laboratory||P. Gikas|
|Environmental Catalysis Laboratory||P. Panagiotopoulou|
|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 covers the following scientific areas: Biochemical processes, biological treatment of solid, liquid and gas wastes, application of cell cultures to environmental protection. Environmental microbiology, environmental toxicology, environmental biotechnology, design of subsurface biological barriers. Phytoremediation and wetlands. Air pollution, indoor air quality, aerosol dynamics in the atmosphere. Biogeochemical cycles and energy flow in ecosystems. Fluid dynamics, heat & mass transfer, unit operations. Physico-chemical processes, chemical reaction engineering, environmental thermodynamics, thermo-physical properties, chemical equilibrium, partition of pollutants in the environmental phases. Environmental Organic Chemistry-Micropollutants.
|DIVISION II Laboratories||Head|
|Atmospheric Aerosols Laboratory||M. Lazaridis|
|Atmospheric Environment and Climate Change Laboratory||A. Voulgrakis|
|Aquatic Chemistry Laboratory||E. Psillakis|
|Biochemical Engineering & Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory||N. Kalogerakis|
|Environmental Engineering and Management Laboratory||E. Diamadopoulos|
|Environmental Microbiology Research Unit||D. Venieri|
|Environmental Organic Chemistry and Micro-pollution Research Unit||N. Xekoukoulotakis|
|Physical Chemistry and Chemical Processes Laboratory||I. Yentekakis|
Division III includes the following subject areas: Environmental hydraulics, hydrology, geology and hydrogeology. Environmental applications (wastewater pipe nets, irrigation, runoffs, water resources, flow in porous media, contamination of soils and ground waters, drinking water pipe systems). Remediation techniques for contaminated soils and ground waters. Life-cycle analysis and performance-based design of structures and infrastructures, structural and geotechnical earthquake engineering, computational dynamics. Applications of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to environmental data.
|DIVISION ΙII Laboratories||Head|
|Agricultural Engineering Laboratory||N. Paranychianakis|
|Computational Dynamics & Energy Laboratory (CODEN)||Y. Tsompanakis|
|Environmental Engineering Laboratory (TUCeeL)||K. Chrysikopoulos|
|Geodesy and Geographical Information Systems Research Unit||A. Tsouchlaraki|
|Geoenvironmental Engineering Laboratory||G. Karatzas|
|Hydrogeochemical Engineering and Soil Remediation Laboratory||N. Nikolaidis|
|Natural Hazards, Tsunami and Coastal Engineering Laboratory|
|Water Resources Management and Coastal Engineering Laboratory|