The following research projects are conducted by the Flow Analysis and Simulation Team:
|2019-2021||Erasmus+, KA1, ICP, UNIWA- Anna University, India|
|2019||Optimal arrangement of ground electrodes system for the HVDC Attica-Crete very long current wire, ADMIE, UNIWA|
|2019-2020||‘Magnetic navigation of nanoparticles in real human arteries’, EDBM, Hellenic Republic|
|2019-2020||‘Magnetic targeting of nanoparticles across the blood-brain barrier for the purpose of thermal ablation of blioblastoma multiforme (NanoThermia)’, EDBM, Hellenic Republic|
|2018-2019||Simulation of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapy (MagnetoNanoTherapy), 5th Call for Production Projects Accessing ARIS|
|2012-2016||‘Buildings energy inspectors education in TEI of Athens’, Hellenic Republic. Tasks: EU and national laws, Thermal analysis of Buildings. Project No. 80102, TEI of Athens|
|2013-2015||‘Magnetic nanoparticles for targeted MRI therapy (nanother)’, Hellenic Republic, Synergasia 2011.|
|1999- present||‘National program of controlled thermonuclear fusion’, Association EURATOM – Hellenic Republic.
Tasks: Development of numerical methods for the simulation of turbulent flows under the effect of magnetic fields.
|2009 – 2013||COST, MP0806, “Particles in turbulence”, European Union.|
|2008||‘Estimation of the MHD effects on the flowof Pb-17Li under magnetic fields produced by the DEMO machine in the proposed ENEA design for the DCLL blanket’, FPN FUS STG Nr. 23110.|
|2005 – 2007||Marie-Curie (Euratom, Intra-European postdoctoral fellowships), Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)|
|2004 – 2005||‘Direct ethanol feed and oxidation in PEM fuel cells (with polymer membrane electrolyte) and simulation of the flow and transport phenomena’,“Pythagoras I”, EPEAEK.|
|1996 – 1997||‘Improvement of quality and productivity of Greek glass industry’, EPET-96, Hellenic Republic.
Tasks: Development of numerical models for the simulation of flow and transport phenomena of glass in industrial melting tanks (including bubble and grain growth, dispersion and dissolution, optimization of combustion and burner position, radiation heat transfer, and pollutant dispersion)