Tsiakaras, Panagiotis

Professor, PhD'92 University of Patras, Greece
Energy Conversion Systems: Catalysis, Electocatalysis and Fuel Cells engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Thessaly
Leoforos Athinon, Pedion Areos,
38334 Volos, Greece

Tel:+30 24210 74065

Email: tsiak (AT) mie.uth.gr

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Curriculum Vitae

Short CV - Research interests
Prof. Tsiakaras received his 5-years Diploma on 1984 and his 2-years MSc on 1987, both from the Dept of Industrial Chemistry - University of Messina (Italy). 
On 1992 he awarded with the Eurodoct price and the same year he defended his PhD at the Dept of Chemical Engineering of the University of Patras (GR). Two years later (1994), after his post-doctoral studies in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), Twente (Holland) and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR), he was appointed at the Dept of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly. 
Prof. Tsiakaras received for his studies Scholarships from Greek, Italian & Belgium research Institutions. On 1996 he founded the laboratory of Alternative Energy Conversion Systems (Greece) and on 2012 the Laboratory of Electrochemical Devices based on Solid Oxide Proton Electrolytes at the Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg Russian Federation. 
On 2017 he was awarded with Ecopolis price for his overall scientific work. Prof. Tsiakaras has been visiting Professor: i) at the Department of Industrial Chemistry & Materials Engineering of the University of Messina-Italy (period May-July of 2010), ii) at the National Council of Research (CNR-ITAE), Italy (period April-June 2014 and June 2018) and iii) at the department of Chemical Engineering of the Ural Federal University, Russia (2017-2019). 

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Selected publications
  • Demin,A., Gorbova, E., Brouzgou, A., Tsiakaras, P. , Sensors based on solid oxide electrolytes , Chapter 6 in Solid Oxide-Based Electrochemical Devices Advances, Smart Materials and Future Energy Applications, pp.167-215, 2020
  • Munonde T.S., Zheng, H., Matseke, M.S.,Nomngongo P.S.,Wang, Y., Tsiakaras, P. , A green approach for enhancing the electrocatalytic activity and stability of NiFe2O4/CB nanospheres towards hydrogen production , Renewable Energy, 154,pp.704-714,2020.
  • Kalyakin,A., Demin, A., Gorbova, E., Volkov, A., Tsiakaras, P., Combined amperometric-potentiometric oxygen sensor, , Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 313, p.127999, 2020
  • Liu, Y., Huang, B., Chen,X., Tian, Y., Zhiang, X., Tsiakaras, P., Shen, P.K.,Electrocatalytic production of ammonia: Biomimetic electrode–electrolyte design for efficient electrocatalytic nitrogen fixation under ambient conditionsApplied Catalysis B: Environmental, 271, p. 118919, 2020.
  • Liang, H., Gong,X., Jia, L., Chen,F., Rao, Z., Jing,S., Tsiakaras, P., Highly efficient Li-O2 batteries based on self-standing NiFeP@NC/BC cathode derived from biochar supported Prussian blue analogues, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 867, p.114124, 2020.
  • Mo,Z., Wang,K., Yang,H., Qu,Z., Tong, Y., Yu,T., Wang,Y., Tsiakaras,P.., Song,S.,Heterojunction architecture of pTTh nanoflowers with CuOx nanoparticles hybridized for efficient photoelectrocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 277, p.119249,2020.
  • Zhu,X., Huang,L., Wei,M., Tsiakaras,P., Shen,P.K. Highly stable Pt-Co nanodendrite in nanoframe with Pt skin structured catalyst for oxygen reduction electrocatalysis,, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 281, p.119640, 2021