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Pashalidis Ioannis

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Department of Chemistry
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Pashalidis Ioannis

Biography

   Diploma in Chemistry (Dipl. Chem. Univ.), Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany, 1982 - 1987   * Ph.D. in Aquatic Radiochemistry, Institut fur Radio­chemie, T. U. Munchen, Germany, 1987 - 1991   * Post-doctoral Research Associate, Institut fur Radio­chemie, T. U. Munchen, Germany, 1991 - 1994   * Post-doctoral Research Associate, Department of Natural Sciences, University of Cyprus, Cyprus, 1994 - 1997   * Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences, University of Cyprus, 1997 - 1999   * Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, University of Cyprus, 1999 - 2003   * Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Cyprus, 2003 - 2008   * Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Cyprus, 2008 - 2016   *  Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Cyprus, 2016 - today  

Research Interest

Studies on the interaction of (radio)toxic metal ions with colloids, mineral surfaces, natural organic matter and biochar fibres to understand and describe their chemical behaviour in the geosphere and the development of water treatment technologies. * Preparation and characterization of (radio)toxic metal ion complexes with bioactive ligands, as a first step in understanding the behavior of these elements in living systems and in the development of chelating drugs. * Development and application of simple and reliable radioanalytical methods for the determination of natural and man-made radioactivity in environmental samples and compartments.

Publications

  • Prodromou M. and Pashalidis I.: Europium Adsorption by Non-Treated and Chemically Modified Opuntia Ficus Indica Cactus Fibres in Aqueous Solutions. Desalination and Water Treatment, 7 (2016) 5079-5088

  • Liatsou I. and Pashalidis I.: Determination of Radium by Radon Emanation after EDTA-mediated Sample Dissolution. J. Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 306 (2015) 445-449

  • Loukia Hadjittofi, Styliana Charalambous, Ioannis Pashalidis: Removal of trivalent samarium from aqueous solutions by activated biochar derived from cactus fibres. Journal of Rare Earths accepted for publication.

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