Dr. Andy Antzaras

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Dr. Andy Antzaras

Dr. Andy Antzaras received his Diploma in Chemical Engineering (2012) and his PhD (2018) from Chemical Engineering Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has been working in the field of reaction engineering on developing a novel concept for high–purity hydrogen production in a single step with lower carbon footprint, as well as processes related with heat storage using thermochemical cycles and CO2 capture from industrial flue gases.
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His research interests mainly involve synthesis and applications of advanced materials, characterization, reaction engineering studies as well as preliminary process design, with particular focus on CO2 capture technologies and intensified reforming processes for hydrogen production. The results of his work have significantly advanced research in the area of process intensification and have made a notable impact in the field, proving the progress beyond the state-of-the art. He was awarded the EFCE Excellence Award in Process Intensification in 2019 for his PhD thesis entitled "Intensification of sorption enhanced steam methane reforming for high-purity hydrogen production"

Selected publications of the LPT research team

Τ. Papalas, Α.Ν. Antzaras, Α.Α. Lemonidou, Evaluation of Calcium-Based Sorbents Derived from Natural Ores and Industrial Wastes for High Temperature CO2 Capture, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 59 (2020) 9926-9938

Τ. Papalas, Α.Ν. Antzaras, Α.Α. Lemonidou, Intensified steam methane reforming coupled with Ca-Ni looping in a dual fluidized bed reactor system: A conceptual design, Chemical Engineering Journal, 382 (2020) 122993

A.Ν. Antzara, A. Arregi, E. Heracleous, A.A. Lemonidou, In-depth evaluation of a ZrO2 promoted CaO-based CO2 sorbent in fluidized bed reactor tests, Chemical Engineering Journal, 333 (2018) 697–711

D. Ipsakis, E. Heracleous, L. Silvester, D.B. Bukur, A.A. Lemonidou, Reduction and Oxidation Kinetic Modeling of NiO-based Oxygen Transfer Materials Chemical Engineering Journal, 308 (2017) 840–852

A. Antzara, E. Heracleous, A.A. Lemonidou, Energy efficient sorption enhanced-chemical looping methane reforming process for high-purity H2 production: Experimental proof-of-concept, Applied Energy, 180 (2016) 457–471

Z. Skoufa, A. Antzara, E. Heracleous, A.A. Lemonidou, Evaluating the activity and stability of CaO–based sorbents for post–combustion CO2 capture in fixed–bed reactor experiments, Energy Procedia, 86 (2016) 171–180

A. Antzara, E. Heracleous, D.B. Bukur, A.A. Lemonidou, Thermodynamic analysis of hydrogen production via chemical looping steam methane reforming coupled with in situ CO2 capture, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 32 (2015) 115–128

A. Antzara, E. Heracleous, A.A. Lemonidou, Improving the stability of synthetic CaO–based CO2 sorbents by structural promoters, Applied Energy 156 (2015) 331–343
A. Antzara, E. Heracleous, A.A. Lemonidou, Development of CaO–based Mixed Oxides as Stable Sorbents for Post–Combustion CO2 Capture Via Carbonate Looping, Energy Procedia, 63 (2014) 2160–2169

S.D. Angeli, C.S. Martavaltzi, A.A. Lemonidou, Development of a novel-synthesized Ca-based CO2 sorbent for multicycle operation: Parametric study of sorption, Fuel, 127 (2014) 62–69

C.S. Martavaltzi, T. Pefkos, A.A. Lemonidou, Operational window of sorption enhanced steam reforming of methane over CaO-Ca12Al14O33, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(2) (2011) 539–545

C.S. Martavaltzi, A.A. Lemonidou, Hydrogen Production via Sorption Enhanced Reforming of Methane: Development of a novel hybrid material-reforming catalyst and CO2 sorbent, Chemical Engineering Science, 65(14) (2010) 4134–4140

C.S. Martavaltzi, E.P. Pampaka, E.S. Korkakaki, A.A. Lemonidou, Hydrogen production via steam reforming of methane with simultaneous CO­2 capture over CaO-Ca12Al14O33, Energy and Fuels, 24(4) (2010) 2589–2595

C.S. Martavaltzi, T. Pefkos, A.A. Lemonidou, Parametric study of the CaO–Ca12Al14O33 synthesis with respect to high CO2 sorption capacity and stability on multicycle operation, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 47(23) (2008) 9537–9543

C.S. Martavaltzi, A.A. Lemonidou, Development of new CaO based sorbent materials for CO2 removal at high temperature, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 110 (2008) 119–127