Expert in Nanoparticles, Nanotubes, Nanofibers, Droplets, Sprays, Microfluidics, Nanofluidics, Aerosols, etc.
Offered three-day short course at company site on aerosol mechanics to train company scientists and technicians in this area.Assisted engineers of a company in developing a process to produce a certain product.Consulted with an engineering team in a microelectronics company on how to build a specific instrument for product evaluation. As member of the Department Advisory Committee, led effort to form a transparent policy for the equitable distribution of the teaching load among the faculty of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago.As Co-Leader of the Micro/Nano Research Cluster in the department, plans and coordinates efforts in initiatives where multidisciplinary faculty teams work together to pursue large-scale grants. Serves as contact between the department and the University in the area of nano- and microtechnologies.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Chicago, Illinois - Rockford, Illinois - Aurora, Illinois - Naperville, Illinois - Joliet, Illinois - Elgin, Illinois - South Bend, Indiana - Gary, Indiana - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Kenosha, Wisconsin
|Year: 1987||Degree: PhD||Subject: Mechanical Engineering||Institution: Brown University|
|Year: 1986||Degree: MS||Subject: Applied Mathematics||Institution: Brown University|
|Year: 1982||Degree: BS||Subject: Mechanical Engineering||Institution: National Technical Univ Athens|
|Years: 1990 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Professor||Department: Mechanical and Industrial Engineering||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1988 to 1990||Employer: University of California, Irvine||Title: Assistant Specialist||Department: Mechanical Engineering||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1987 to 1988||Employer: Brown University||Title: Post-doctoral Research Associate||Department: Division of Engineering||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1983 to 1987||Employer: Brown University||Title: Research Assistant||Department: Division of Engineering||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 2000 to 2004||Agency: NASA||Role: Research Proposal Reviewer||Description:|
|Years: 2000 to 2008||Agency: National Science Foundation||Role: Research Proposal Reviewer||Description:|
|Years||Country / Region||Summary|
|Years: 1997 to 1998||Country / Region: The Netherlands||Summary: Consulted with an international research organization on building an instrument for evaluation of combustion aerosols.|
|Associations / Societies|
|ASME, AIAA, Combustion Institute|
Fluid/Particle Transport (Droplets, Sprays, Micro/Nanofluidics)
Multiphase Heat and Mass Transfer
Multifunctional Composite Coatings
Fluid Mechanics I, Fluid Mechanics II, Senior Design, Intermediate Fluid Mechanics, Compressible Flows, Applied Combustion, Propulsion, Introduction to Thermodynamics, Advanced Thermodynamics, Engineering Mathematics, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Experimental Diagnostics in Thermal, Fluids and Materials Science, Advanced Concepts in Computer-Aided Engineering.
|Awards / Recognition|
|Annual Achievement Award, Illinois Engineering Council.
College of Engineering Bronze Faculty Research Award, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Visiting Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
College of Engineering Faculty Research Award, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
Kenneth T. Whitby Award of the American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR).
NASA-ASEE Summer Faculty Fellow.
NSF Research Initiation Award.
Brown University Graduate Fellow.
Bodossaki Foundation Academic Distinction Award and Scholarship, Greece
Salutatorian, Mechanical Engineering Class of 1982, National Technical University of Athens.
State Scholarship Foundation and Technical Chamber of Greece Award for Academic Achievement
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|He has over 70 peer reviewed journal publications, over 140 conference and workshop papers, one patent diclosure|
|Training / Seminars|
|Many national and international seminars and workshops as an invited lecturer or consultant.|
|Has a great deal of expertise and research capabilties in: Fluid phenomena relevant to particle processing, Fluids in nanotubes, Nano and microfibers produced by electrospinning, Microdroplet dispensing and deposition, Multiphase heat and mass transfer, Nanoparticle formation in high temperature flows, Nanoparticle colloidal suspensions, Nano-patterned surfaces, Droplet and spray technologies, Experimental diagnostics in micro/nanoscale systems.|