nanostructured membranes and sorbents, polymer nanocomposites, neutron scattering


Dr. Andreas Sapalidis is a researcher at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of the National Centre for Scientific Research Demokritos, Greece. He holds a bachelor in Petroleum Engineering from the Technological Institute of Kavala, Greece. In 2004 he obtained his Master of Science from the Department of chemistry in the field of polymer science of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and in 2009 a PhD from the same Department. He is a member of Membranes and Materials for Environmental Separations Laboratory (MESL) for more than 15 years with his research interests being novel preparation and characterization techniques of nanostructured materials for environmental and energy applications. Indicatively he focuses in preparation and characterization of nanocomposite structures, development of porous hybrid polymeric and inorganic membranes and novel sorbents for liquid and gas applications. He is the co-author of 51 research papers and has more than 60 conference presentations.



Spyropoulou, A.E., Lazarou, Y.G., Sapalidis, A.A. and Laspidou, C.S., Geochemical modeling of mercury in coastal groundwater Chemosphere, Volume 286, Article Number: 131609, 2022 [doi]

Theodorakopoulos, George V, Karousos, Dionysios S, Mansouris, Konstantinos G, Sapalidis, Andreas A, Kouvelos, Evangelos P and Favvas, Evangelos P, Graphene nanoplatelets based polyimide/Pebax dual-layer mixed matrix hollow fiber membranes for CO2/CH4 and He/N2 separations International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Elsevier, Volume 114, Pages: 103588, 2022 [doi]

underlineGotzias, A., Tocci, E. and Sapalidis, A., On the consistency of the exfoliation free energy of graphenes by molecular simulations International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Volume 22, Article Number: 8291, 2021 [doi]

Gotzias, A., Sapalidis, A. and Favvas, E., Hydrogen adsorption simulations in isomorphous borohydride and imidazolate frameworks: Evaluations using interpolation International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 46, Pages: 19778-19787, 2021 [doi]

Deze, EG, Cuenca, Estefan'ia and N'asner, AML, Iakovlev, M, Sideri, Stamatina, Sapalidis, A, Borg, Ruben Paul and Ferrara, Liberato, Nanocellulose enriched mortars: Evaluation of nanocellulose properties affecting microstructure, strength and development of mixing protocols Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier, 2021 [doi]

Esser, T., Wolf, T., Schubert, T., Benra, J., Forero, S., Maistros, G., Barbe, S., Theodorakopoulos, G.V., Karousos, D.S., Sapalidis, A.A. and Favvas, E.P., CO2/CH4and He/N2 Separation Properties and Water Permeability Valuation of Mixed Matrix MWCNTs-Based Cellulose Acetate Flat Sheet Membranes: A Study of the Optimization of the Filler Material Dispersion Method Nanomaterials, Volume 11, Pages: 1-21, Article Number: 280, 2021 [doi]

Deze, Evangelia G, Bareka, Maria D, Karousos, Dionysis S, Sapalidis, Andreas A and Favvas, Evangelos P, Mesoporous silica based copper catalytic materials for potential deNOx application: Synthesis and characterization Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier, 2021 [doi]

Lykogianni, M., Papadopoulou, E.-A., Sapalidis, A., Tsiourvas, D., Sideratou, Z. and Aliferis, K.A., Metabolomics reveals differential mechanisms of toxicity of hyperbranched poly(ethyleneimine)-derived nanoparticles to the soil-borne fungus Verticillium dahliae Kleb Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, Volume 165, Article Number: 104535, 2020 [doi]

Sapalidis, Andreas A, Kouvelos, Evangelos P, Romanos, George E and Kanellopoulos, Nick K, Introduction to Membrane Desalination Membrane Desalination, CRC Press, Pages: 1–15, 2020 [doi]

Karavokyros, Loukas, Katsiotis, Nikolaos, Tzanis, Emmanouil, Batis, George, Sapalidis, Andreas, Chatzopoulos, Alexandros, Sideris, Kosmas and Beazi-Katsioti, Margarita, The Effect of Mix-Design and Corrosion Inhibitors on the Durability of Concrete Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, Scientific Research Publishing, Volume 8, Pages: 64–77, 2020 [doi]

Gotzias, Anastasios and Sapalidis, Andreas, Pulling Simulations and Hydrogen Sorption Modelling on Carbon Nanotube Bundles C, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, Volume 6, Pages: 11, 2020 [doi]

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