Research Interests : 1. Gas separation by using membranes and sorbents, 2. In-situ SAXS/SANS and adsorption, 3. New hybrid porous materials for energy & environment.

Email : e.favvas@inn.demokritos.gr

Research Interests
1. Gas separation by using membranes and sorbents, 2. In-situ SAXS/SANS and adsorption, 3. New hybrid porous materials for energy & environment.
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About/Biography

Evangelos Favvas is Senior Researcher in INN, NCSR "Demokritos". Evangelos P. Favvas was born in 1978 in Neapoli, Lakonia, Greece. He graduated from the Kavala Institute of Technology, obtaining the Degree of Petroleum Engineer in 2002. In 2002, he entered the Postgraduate Programme of the University of Athens and obtained his M.Phil. Degree in 2004 in the field of “Polymer Science and Applications”. In 2010, he obtained his Ph.D. entitled "Study of polymeric and carbon hollow fiber membranes on gas separation applications" from the Department of Chemistry, University of Athens.
From 2007-2017 was a permanent Research Officer at the INN in NCSR “Demokritos”, specifically as a member of Materials and Membranes for Environmental Separations Laboratory (MESL). From February 2017 he is Senior Researcher in the same Institute.
His research interests embrace the experimental study of gas separation using membranes and sorbents as well as the insitu study of condensation process using combination of X-ray scattering and adsorption techniques. He has also extended experience in the area of preparation and evaluation of new hybrid porous materials (metal doped silica based materials, CNTs, graphene, etc.) with emphasis on energy and environmental applications. The development of new processes and materials for the improvement of the physicochemical properties of conventional fuels and bio-fuels is also a branch of his scientific interests.
He is author and co-author of: 61 papers in peer review international journals, 6 book chapters, 1 book (as editor), 6 patents and he has participated in 80 international and national conferences.