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Efthymios Kantarelis

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Passionate to apply chemical engineering principles to society and striving for a sustainable world!

My research interests lie within the field ofChemical Reaction Engineering and heterogeneous catalysis,with main focus on the development and optimization of renewable processes and sustainable products.
The design and analysis of the chemical reactors and processes (dynamic reactor models and control) are at the core of my research work and couple with kinetics modelling in heterogeneously catalyzed systems (microkinetic and empirical LHHW models).
New reactor concepts and technologies meet new catalyst development for production of green fuels and chemicals in a technological multiscale symposium!

Processes of interest:
-Storage and delivery of renewable hydrogen using Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC)
-CO2 utilization
-Selective hydrogenation and C-C coupling
-Aromatization & oligomerization of lower olefins and alkanes
-Synthesis of liquid hydrocarbons from syngas
-Catalytic cracking

Proud Member of :
Swedish Gasification Centre
Center for Production Utilization and Storage of Hydrogen (PUSH)

Chemical Reaction Engineering and Reactor Technology


Chemical Engineering Principles (KE1080), examiner, course responsible | Course web

Chemical Process Engineering (KE1175), examiner, course responsible | Course web

Chemical Reaction Engineering (KE2045), examiner, course responsible | Course web

Chemical Reaction Engineering (FCK3502), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Chemical Engineering, Second Cycle (KE200X), examiner | Course web

Degree Project in Engineering Chemistry, First Cycle (KA103X), assistant | Course web

Process Design for Industry and Society (KE2325), teacher | Course web

Project in Chemical Engineering (KE2910), examiner | Course web

Renewable Fuel Production Processes (KE2130), teacher | Course web

Risk Analysis and Management for Chemical Engineers (KE2351), teacher | Course web