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Lycourghiotis Alexis

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lykourghiotis

Professor Emeritus

Tel: (+302610) 997114, 997143
Fax: (+302610) 994796
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Web Page: http://www.chem.upatras.gr/faculty/lycourghiotis

Curriculum Vitae

Previous Positions:
1988-present :Professor of Chemistry Department, University of Patras, Greece.
1988-1990: President of of Chemistry Department, University of Patras.
1988-1994: Rector of the University of Patras.
1995-2004: President of the Hellenic Open University.

Academic studies:
B. Sc. in Chemistry, University of Patras, Patras, Greece.
Ph. D. in Chemistry, University of Patras, Patras, Greece.
Research Fellow, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain la Neuve, Belgium

Foreign Languages: English, French.

Research:
Publications in Refereed Journals: 115
Review articles:3
Publications in Symposium Proceedings and Presentations: 55
Publications in special issues:9
Publications in greek journals : 7
Text books: 7
Citations: (self citations not included): > 900
Citations(total number, Web of Science 23/2006) 1732.
H factor: 24(23/8/2006)
Reviewer in more than 10 journals.
PhD students: 10


Courses

Catalysis-Preparation of catalysts


Research Activities

Catalysis-Interface Science


Publications

  • J. Vakros, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    "Potentiometric mass titrations: a quick scan for determining the point of zero charge"
    Chem. Comm., 1980-1981 (2002)
  • J. Vakros, K. Bourikas, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    "Influence of the Impregnation pH on the Surface Characteristics and the Catalytic Activity of the Mo/γ-Al2O3 and CoMo/γ-Al2O3 Hydrodesulfurization Catalysts Prepared by Equilibrium Deposition Filtration (EDF)"
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 107, 1804-1813 (2003)
  • K. Bourikas, J. Vakros, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    "Potentiometric mass titrations: experimental and theoretical establishment of a new technique for determining the point of zero charge (PZC) of metal (hydr)oxides"
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 107, 9441-9451 (2003)
  • John Vakros, Kyriakos Bourikas, Spyros Perlepes, Christos Kordulis, and Alexis Lycourghiotis
    "The adsorption of the cobalt ions on the"electrolytic solution/γ-alumina" interface studied by Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy (DRS) "
    Langmuir 20(24), 10542-10550 (2004)
  • Theodora Ataloglou, John Vakros, Kyriakos Bourikas, Christina Fountzoula,Christos Kordulis and Alexis Lycourghiotis
    "Influence of the preparation method on the structure - activity of cobalt oxide catalysts supported on alumina for complete benzene oxidation"
    Applied Catalysis B, Environmental, 57, 299-312 (2005)
  • K. Bourikas, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    "Differential Potentiometric Titration: a New Methodology for Determining the Point of Zero Charge (PZC) of Metal (Hydr)Oxides by One Titration Curve"
    Enviromental Science and Technolology, 39, 4100-4108 (2005)
  • K. Bourikas, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    "How Metal (Hydr)Oxides are Protonated in Aqueous Media: The (n+1) rule and
    the role of the interfacial potential"
    J. Colloid Interface Sci. (priority communication), 296, 389-395 (2006)
  • Kyriakos Bourikas, Christos Kordulis, John Vakros, and Alexis Lycourghiotis
    "Adsorption of cobalt species on the interface between aqueous solution and metal oxides used for the preparation of supported catalysts: a critical review"
    Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 110, 97-120 (2004)
  • K. Bourikas, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    The mechanism of protonation of metal (hydr)oxides in aqueous solutions studied for various interfacial/surface ionization models and physicochemical parameters: A critical review and a novel approach.
    Advances in Colloid and Interface Science 121, 111-130 (2006)
  • K. Bourikas, Ch. Kordulis and A. Lycourghiotis
    The role of the solid-liquid interface in the preparation of supported catalysts.
    Catalysis Reviews 48,1-82 (2006)
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