Dimitris Fardis

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Dimitris Fardis

Dimitris Fardis is an engineer. He has six-year experience in the technical support of pilot plants and other installations at the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH). In the CO22MeOH project, he is responsible for the technical support of laboratory and pilot scale units that are used for the evaluation of catalysts in the process of CO2 hydrogenation to methanol.
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Selected publications of the LEFH research team

E. Heracleous, V. Koidi, A. A. Lappas, CO2 conversion over Cu-Mo2C catalysts: effect of the Cu promoter and preparation method,  Catal. Sci. Technol. 11 (2021) 1467-1480

Zachopoulos, E. Heracleous, “Overcoming the equilibrium barriers of CO2 hydrogenation to methanol via water sorption: a thermodynamic analysis”, Journal of CO2 Utilization 21 (2017) 360-367

Th. Liakakou, M.A. Isaacs, K. Wilson, A.F. Lee, E. Heracleous, “On the Mn promoted synthesis of higher alcohols over Cu derived ternary catalysts”, Catal. Sci. Techn. 7 (2017) 988

T. Liakakou, E. Heracleous, “Transition metal promoted K/Mo2C as efficient catalysts for CO hydrogenation to higher alcohols”, Catal. Sci. Techn. 6 (2016) 1106
T. Liakakou, E. Heracleous, K.S. Triantafyllidis, A.A. Lemonidou, “K-promoted NiMo catalysts supported on activated carbon for the hydrogenation reaction of CO to higher alcohols: Effect of support and active metal”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 165 (2015) 296

Heracleous, E.T. Liakakou, A.A. Lappas, A.A. Lemonidou, “Investigation of K-promoted Cu-Zn-Al, Cu-X-Al and Cu-Zn-X (X=Cr, Mn) catalysts for carbon monoxide hydrogenation to higher alcohols”, Appl. Catal. A 455 (2013) 145