Vassilis Zaspalis, who is the manager of the Laboratory of Inorganic Materials, is a Professor of Materials Science and Technology and the Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has a perennial experience on membrane reactors and during his PhD studies he was a member of the first research team that introduced the use of membrane reactors for other applications than equilibrium shift.
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Professor V. Zaspalis has a considerable experience in the synthesis, evaluation and applications of magnetic materials and in industrial research (Phillips Research). He was also a member of the research team that won the DesCartes award in 2007 for the program HYDROSOL. Professor V. Zaspalis has published more than 100 scientific papers in peer reviewed international journals, 33 international patents on the development of new materials, more than 147 papers in international conferences and 81 in national conferences. The total number of citations to his published work approximates ~1627. Also the last 15 years he has coordinated more than 25 research projects with a total budget exceeding 6M€.
Removal of organic micropollutants from drinking water by a novel electro-Fenton filter: Pilot-scale studies. Water Research 91:183-194 (2016)
Synthesis of a low loss Mn-Zn ferrite for power applications. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 400:307-310 (2016)
Ferrites as redox catalysts for chemical looping processes. Fuel, 165:367-378 (2016)
Magnetic Nanoparticles in Medical Diagnostic Applications: Synthesis, Characterization and Proteins Conjugation, Current Nanoscience 12:455-468 (2016)
Development of bubble-less ozonation and membrane filtration process for the treatment of contaminated water. Journal of Membrane Science, 492:40-47 (2015)