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current.doctoral.and.graduate.students

1. Giorgos Gakis, Diploma, Chem. Eng., NTUA (2015).
Doctoral work in progress (March 2016-).
"Multiscale and experimental analysis of atomic layer deposition processes" (tentative)
Joint advising - cotutelle - with Prof. B. Caussat, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques et Technologiques (ENSIACET), Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France.

2. Pavlos Gkinis, Diploma, Chem. Eng., NTUA (2016).
Doctoral work in progress (November 2016-).
"Design, optimization and control of CVD processes by combining multiscale analysis and reduced-order modeling" (tentative)

3. Antonios Fytopoulos, Diploma, Chem. Eng., NTUA (2017).
Doctoral work in progress (2017-).
"Population balance model-based optimization of deracemization processes for pharmaceutical applications" (tentative)
Joint advising with Prof. G. Stefanidis, Department of Chemical Engineering, The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium.

4. Ilias Nikolaidis, Diploma, Chem. Eng., NTUA (2013).
Doctoral work in progress (November 2015-).
"Development of equation of state models for the prediction of multiphase equilibria of complex chemical systems with industrial and enviromental applications" (tentative)
Principal advisor: Dr. I. Economou, Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University at Qatar & National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

5. Ioannis Diakidis, Diploma, Mech. Eng., Univ. Patras (2011); Graduate student in Computational Mechanics (2016-)
"Parallel programming for simulations of wetting phenomena" (tentative)

 

past.doctoral.students

17.

Ioannis Aviziotis, Doctoral Degree (2016). Currently Research Associate at Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany.
"Chemical vapor deposition of Al, Fe and of the Al13Fe4 approximant intermetallic phase: Experiments and multiscale simulations"
Joint advising - cotutelle - with Dr. C. Vahlas and Dr. T. Duguet, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse & Centre Inter-universitaire de Recherche et d'Ingénierie des Matériaux (CIRIMAT), Toulouse, France.
Received the Léopold Escande 2016 Award for best doctoral theses of the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (INPT)

16. Dimitrios Papageorgiou, Doctoral Degree (2014). Currenlty Postdoctoral Research Associate at Massachusetts Insitute of Technology, USA
"Interfacial phenomena of the interaction of electric fields and fluids on superhydrophobic surfaces"
Joint advising with Dr. A. Papathanasiou, NTUA

15. Nikolaos I. Diamantonis, Doctoral Degree (2013). Currently Physical Properties Engineer, British Petroleum, Hull, UK.
"Mathematical modeling of thermophysical properties and phase equilibria of pure carbon dioxide and multicomponent mixtures"
Principal advisor: Dr. I. Economou, Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University at Qatar & National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

14. Nikos Cheimarios, Doctoral Degree (2012). Currently with Scienomics SARL, Paris, France.
"Multiscale simulation and systemic analysis of chemical vapor deposition processes"
Joint advising with Dr. G. Kokkoris, NCSR "Demokritos"
Was selected by the Greek Association of Computational Mechanics as the best Doctoral Thesis in Computational Mechanics in year 2012 and was nominated for the Best Doctoral Thesis Award by the European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS).
Best NTUA Doctoral Thesis Award of the year 2012, by the Sarafis Foundation - read the Senate's decision (in Greek)

13. George Pashos, Doctoral Degree (2009). Currently with Viohalco S.A., Greece.
"Large-scale, nonlinear computations with parallel iterative methods - Application in the analysis of transport phenomena"

12.

Antonis Drygiannakis, Doctoral Degree (2009).
"Investigation of interaction phenomena of capillary and electrostatic forces in microfluidics"
Joint advising with Dr. A. G. Papathanasiou, NTUA

11. Dimitris Drygiannakis, Doctoral Degree (2009).
"Theoretical and experimental study of the physicochemical properties of thin resist films for nanolithography"
Principal advisor: Dr. Yannis Raptis, Institute of Microelectronics, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

10. Nikolaos Vourdas, Doctoral Degree (2007).
"Microfluidics in chemical and biological micro-analysis: Interaction of polymers with gaseous plasmas for their selective etching and modification"
Joint advising with Dr. E. Gogolides, Institute of Microelectronics, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"
Best NTUA Doctoral Thesis Award of the year 2007, by the Thomaidis Foundation - read the Senate's decision (in Greek)

9. Michail E. Kavousanakis, Doctoral Degree (2007). Then Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University, USA. Currently with Scienomics SARL, Paris, France.
"Coarse simulation of complicated physicochemical and biological systems with methods of multiscale analysis, bifurcation analysis and self-similarity"
Joint advising with Prof. Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton Univ., USA

8. George Kokkoris, Doctoral Degree (2005). Currently Research Associate at NCSR "Demokritos".
"Integrated simulation of topography evolution during plasma etching of micro- and nano structures"
Joint advising with Dr. E. Gogolides, Institute of Microelectronics, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

7. Eleni Koronaki, Doctoral Degree (2004). Then with Procter & Gamble Hellas; currently with the Technical Support Personnel at NTUA.
"Enabling methods of parameter continuation and bifurcation and stability analysis in large-scale computations"
Joint advising with Prof. Yannis Kevrekidis, Princeton Univ., USA

6. Theodora Xenidou, Doctoral Degree (2003). Currently with the Technical Support Personnel at NTUA.
"Design of chemical vapor deposition reactors. Applications in tungsten deposition and in tin oxide deposition"
Co-advising with Prof. N. C. Markatos, NTUA

5. Andreas Yiotis, Doctoral Degree (2003). Currently Research Associate at NCSR "Demokritos".
"Simulation of drying processes in macroporous materials with the pore-network model"
Joint advising with Dr. A. Stubos, Environmental Research Laboratory, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

4. Antony Spyropoulos, Doctoral Degree (2003). Currently Computer Network & Applications Specialist at NTUA.
"Large-scale computations with parallel processing methods in nonlinear problems of interfacial magnetofluid mechanics"

3. Elli Keramida, Doctoral Degree (2000). Currently with the Community Support Framework Management Organization Unit, Ministry of National Economy.
"Computational analysis of radiative heat transport in multidispersed water mist"
Co-advising with Prof. N. C. Markatos, NTUA

2. Athanasios Papathanasiou, Doctoral Degree (2000). Then Postdoc at Fritz-Haber Institut in Berlin, Germany (2000-02); Currently Assistant Professor in the School of Chemical Engineering of NTUA.
"Mechanisms of magneto-hydrostatic instabilities: experimental and computational analysis"

1. Evangelia Tegou, Doctoral Degree (2000). Currently Senior Chemist at the General Chemical State Laboratory.
"Physical chemistry of polymers in integrated circuit patterning processes – Surface silylation and dry development of epoxy containing novolacs"
Principal advisor: Dr. E. Gogolides, Institute of Microelectronics, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

 

past.graduate.students

44.

Evangelos Antoniou, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2017). Currently with Exa GmbH, Munich, Germany.
"CFD Simulation of droplets injection and water film development in the Air Intake System of a passenger car using OpenFOAM"
Thesis work was carried out at TWT GmbH Science & Innovation, München, Germany

43. Evangelos Kouvelos, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2017). Currently Research Associate at NCSR "Demokritos".
"Theoretical investigation of pharmaceutical substances release from nanoporous carriers"

42.

Kelly Lapokonstantaki, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2017).
"Calculation of friction losses of two-phase flows in micro-channels"
Co-advisor Dr. G. Pashos, NTUA

41.

Greg Kassapidis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2016). Currently doctoral student at Athens University of Economics and Business.
"Large-scale computations, with graphics processing units (GPU), for the simulation of wetting phenomena"
Co-advisor Dr. G. Pashos, NTUA

40.

Panagiotis Chrysinas, Air Force Academy (2005); Graduate Degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies & Economics (2015).
"Numerical solution of multivariable cell population balance models: A study of nonlinear phenomena in heterogeneous populations of E.coli with the toggle switch model"
Co-advisor Dr. E. Kavousanakis, NTUA

39.

Marios Oikonomou, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2014).
"Schur Complement on multiple CPU/GPU parallel computer architectures. Application in the finite element method"

38. Panagiotis Giannatselis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2014).
"Solution multiplicity in a symmetric chemical vapor deposition reactor: co-existence of symmetric and non-symmetric flow fields"

37.

Konstantinos Karalis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2014). Then Doctoral Degree at NTUA (2016).
"Computational fluid dynamics simulation of an electric submerged arc furnace"
Praize for Best Postgraduate Thesis of the year 2014, by the Thomaidis Foundation (NTUA) - read the Senate's decision (in Greek)

36.

Andreas Natsis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2014). Currently with TWT GmbH, Munich. Germany.
"Multiphase CFD simulation of suction of water by the engine of cars subjected to water drive through"
Thesis work was carried out at TWT GmbH Science & Innovation, München, Germany

35.

Athanasios Vitsas, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2013). Currently doctoral student at KU Leuven, Belgium, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
"Multilayer particle resuspension in a turbulent flow"
Joint advising with Dr. G. Lecrivain, Institute of Fluid Dynamics, HZDR, Dresden, Germany

34.

Nikos Chamakos, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2013). Then Doctoral Degree at NTUA (2017).
"Equilibrium of droplets on micro/nano - structured surfaces: Reformulating the Young-Laplace equation"
Joint advising with Dr. A. Papathanasiou, NTUA

33.

Ioannis Aviziotis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2013). Then Doctoral Degree at NTUA (2016). Currently Research Associate at Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany.
"Coarse-grained computations for cell population balances"
Co-advisor Dr. M. Kavousanakis, NTUA

32. Georgia Sakellari, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2012). Currently with Vodafone Greece.
"Optimization of bubbler design in metalorganic chemical vapor deposition processes"
Joint advising with Dr. H. Laux, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, Regensburg, Germany

31. Ioannis Gergianakis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2012). Then Doctoral Degree at Université de Toulouse, France (2016). Currently, CFD Engineer, Segula Technologies, Paris, France.
"Computational analysis of chemical vapor deposition of alumina"
Joint advising with Dr. H. Vergnes and Dr. C. Vahlas, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France; in the framework of the ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program.

30. Nikolaos Diamantonis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2011). Then Doctoral Degree at NTUA (2013). Currently Physical Properties Engineer, British Petroleum, Hull, UK.
"Thermodynamic modeling oc carbon dioxide and its mixtures with other gases"
Principal advisor Dr. I. Economou, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

29. Sokratis Garnelis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2010).
"Computational multiscale analysis of chemical vapor deposition of silicon"

28. George Xanthopoulos, Graduate Degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies & Economics (2010). Currently Assistant Professor at the Agricultural University of Athens.
"Mathematical modeling and computational analysis of mass transport in cold-stored strawberries inside micro-perforated packages"

27. Christos D. Argyropoulos, Graduate Degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies & Economics (2010). Currently doctoral student at Imperial College, UK.
"Numerical simulation of blood flow in abdominal aortic aneurysm"

26. Dimitris Mantzalis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2009). Then doctoral student at Cranfield University, UK.
"Computational analysis of the chemical vapor deposition of silicon with the computational code Fluent"

25. Manolis Nirgiannakis, Graduate Degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies & Economics (2008). Currently Software Engineer with Business Objects/SAP Hellas.
"Self-similarity in partial differential equations - Numerical solution by the ENO method"

24. Nikos Cheimarios, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2008). Then Doctoral Degree from NTUA, School of Chemical Engineering. Currently Research Scientist, Scienomics SARL, Paris, France.
"Analysis of prototype chemical vapor deposition processes with the computational code Fluent on parallel computing clusters"

23. Pantelis Stylianopoulos, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2007). Currently with Enimex S.A.
"Free surface flow computations with the Galerkin/finite element method"

22. Aspasia Tsaggari, Graduate Degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies & Finance (2006).
"Computational analysis of the Taylor pump"

21. Antonia Pentoti, Graduate Degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies & Finance (2006).
"Modeling of the slip condition in micro-channel flows"

20. Ilias Kotsianis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2006). Currently with DEMO Pharmaceuticals S.A.
"Combining a finite element code with a frontal routive for solving linear equation sets - An application in the solution of boundary value problems with mixed interpolation"

19. Efstathia Kormari, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2006). Currently with the Unit of Medical Technology and Intelligent Information Systems, University of Ioannina.
"Simulation of air flow in building-integrated devices for solar energy utilization"

18. Dimitris Stamatopoulos, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2005). Currently with UNI-PHARMA S.A.
"Adaptation of multiplicity and stability analysis methods to black-box codes"

17. Vassilios Sarris, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2004). Currently with Arvis-Zimmermann.
"Simulation of the dissolution of thin polymeric films used in microlithography with stochastic models"
Joint advising with Dr. E. Gogolides, Institute of Microelectronics, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

16. Presveia Hondrou, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2004).
"The cyclic reactive model of (3+1) Lattice Lotka-Volterra: Mean field approximation and kinetic Monte Carlo simulations"
Joint advising with Dr. A. Provata, Institute of Physical Chemistry, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

15. Irene Karakatsanis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2004). Then Doctoral Degree at NTUA (2007).
"Development of reliable thermodynamic models for predicting phase equilibrium of polar mixtures"
Principal advising by Dr. I. Economou, Institute of Physical Chemistry, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

14. Stefanos Mazarakis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2004). Then graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, USA.
"Computer-aided analysis of membranes operation in microactuators with the Galerkin/finite element method"

13. Michail E. Kavousanakis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2004). Then Doctoral Degree at NTUA (2007). Then Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University, USA. Currently Research Scientist, Scienomics SARL, Paris, France.
"Computation of self-similar solutions of partial differential equations"

12. Panagiotis Frontistis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2003). Currently with Technocart S.A., Tripolis, Greece.
"The eigenvalue problem for the Laplace operator in equilateral triangles"

11. Nikolaos Kakavoulis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2003). Currently with FIAT Group Automobiles Hellas.
"Computational analysis of the Brazier effect in tubes "

10. Constantine Tseronis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2003). Then Doctroral student at the University of Manchester, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, UK. Currently with ANSYS, Inc., UK.
"Solution of algebraic equation sets with direct solvers in parallel computers – Application in finite element computations"

9. Nikolaos Tabouris, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2003). Currently with Druckfarben Hellas S.A.
"Nitrogen oxide reduction on composite catalytic surfaces: Computational analysis of the nonlinear interaction of reaction and surface diffusion"

8. Stefanos Damilos, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2002).
"Axisymmetric interfacial instabilities in magnetic fluids – Computational and experimental analysis"

7. Stamatis Dragoumanos, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2002). Currently Doctroral student at the University of Patras.
"Heat transfer computations in heat exchangers"

6. Alexander Koulidis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2001). Currently with the Ministry of Environment, Urban Planning and Public Works.
"Computational analysis of plasma etching inside microcontacts"
Joint advising with Dr. E. Gogolides, Institute of Microelectronics, National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos"

5. Michael Karydis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2000). Engineering Consultant.
"Heat transfer in two-dimensional fins: Thermal efficiency calculations with the finite element method"

4. Dimitrios Pantazis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2000). Currently Senior Engineer in the Hellenic Air Force.
"A flexible parallel version of preconditioned GMRES(m) for finite element computations"

3. Artemios Sigalas, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2000). Currently Senior Engineer in the Hellenic Air Force.
"Iterative computations with GMRES(m) and BiCGSTAB – Application in finite element analysis"

2. Leonidas Tyrovolas, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2000). Deceased.
"Computer-aided bifurcation analysis of cross-sectional deformations in pipes under pressure load"

1. Antonios Psarakis, Graduate Degree in Computational Mechanics (2000). Currently Project Manager in the Community Support Framework Management Organization Unit, Periphery of Peloponnese, Greece.
"Meshless discretization of boundary value problems"

 


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