|Full Name:||Ipsakis Dimitrios|
|Academic Level:||Assistant Professor|
|Academic Department:||PEM (School of Production Engineering and Management )|
|Location:||Office: Δ4.006, DPEM Building (Δ4), Ground Floor|
Specialty: Control Systems with Emphasis in Renewable Energy Systems and Energy Saving
Brief CV: Born in 1982 in Thessaloniki, where he received his Chemical Engineering Diploma and PhD from the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) in 2005 and 2011, respectively. He also holds an Msc Diploma from the Department of Mathematics, AUTH (2013). In the past, he worked as a Collaborating Researcher at the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas/CERTH (2006-2013, 2016-2019), Department of Chemical Engineering/AUTH (2014-2016) and Texas A&M University at Qatar, Chemical Engineering Department (Sep.-Nov. 2014). Moreover, he served as an Adjunct Faculty (407/80) at the University of Western Macedonia (Feb. - Jun. 2019).
His research interests are covering the areas of Process Modeling and Control for Energy, Environmental and Industrial Systems. In the course of his career (2005-present), he has published several articles in prestigious journals and has participated in numerous International and National Scientific Conferences. In addition, he is actively participating in European and National Research Projects and is a reviewer of International scientific journals and an evaluator of research proposals.
Education: Chemical Engineering Diploma, (AUTH, 2005), Phd in Chemical Engineering (AUTH, 2011), Msc Diploma, Department of Mathematics (AUTH, 2013).
Research Interests: Control systems (conventional and advanced) in energy, environmental and industrial systems, process modeling & simulation, development and evaluation of novel systems that exploit RES, production of alternative fuels and energy through eco-friendly processes, techno-economic studies.
Division: Production Systems
Laboratory: Industrial, Energy and Environmental Systems Laboratory
Teaching: Control Systems Ι and II, Laboratory of Control Systems (through Matlab)
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