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Konstantinos Kakosimos

Assistant Professor
chemical engineering
Texas A&M University at Qatar


In the past, he worked as Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Assistant in the Laboratory of Thermophysical Properties and Environmental Processes of Aristotle University, as visiting Research Assistant in the National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University Denmark and also as a Design Engineer and Environmental Consultant for a number of private firms (Hellenic Petroleum, Titan Cement Company SA, Hellenic Gold, HYETOS GP etc). On October 2012 he has been appointed Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering in Texas A&M University at Qatar. During the previous years, he has been involved in many private and public, local and European projects concerning environmental and hazard studies and training.

Research Interest

Dr. Kakosimos’ main research activities are focused on the development and application of the tools needed to improve and sustain the quality of the environment. In 2014, he established the Sustainable Energy and Clean Air Research lab (SECAReLab) with unique facilities for the development and testing of solar-driven chemical processes and the involved equipment and materials. He received the IChemE Hutchison medal for 2015.


  • Ottosen T.-B., Ketzel M., Skov H., Hertel O., Brandt J. and Kakosimos K.E., "A parameter estimation and identifiability analysis methodology applied to a street canyon air pollution model", Environmental Modelling & Software 84:165-176 (2016). doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.06.022 [IF:4.21]

  • Kalyva A.E., Vagia E.C., Konstandopoulos A.G., Srinivasa A.R., T-Raissi A., Muradov N. and Kakosimos K.E., "Particle model investigation for the thermochemical steps of the sulfur–ammonia water splitting cycle", International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2017). doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.09.003. [IF:3.21]

  • Kalyva A.E., Vagia E.C., Konstandopoulos A.G., Srinivasa A.R., T-Raissi A., Muradov N. and Kakosimos K.E., "Hybrid photo-thermal sulfur-ammonia water splitting cycle: Thermodynamic analysis of the thermochemical steps", Interna-tional Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2017). doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2017.01.104 [IF:3.21]

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