Michael GeorgiadisProfessor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Prof. Michael Georgiadis is the leader of the Process Systems Engineering Laboratory. He holds an M.Sc. (1995) and PhD (1998) on process systems engineering both from Imperial College London. He is also a Distinguished visiting Professor at Tsinghua University, China and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Imperial College London.
His research activities include:
• Production Scheduling and planning
• Integration of Process Design and Control in energy and production systems
• Energy scheduling and energy supply chain optimisation
• Biomedical Systems modelling and optimisation
• Dynamic process modelling, simulation and optimisation
He has successfully supervised and co-supervised 7 PhD students and he is currently supervising 1 Postdoctoral Research Associates and 6 PhDs. His research has been supported by various funding organisations including, EU, and industrial companies. More specifically he has been involved in over 20 EC-funded collaborative research projects as Principal Investigator and project coordinator in 9 of them.
He has authored and co-authored over 100 publications in peer-reviewed international journals, 20 chapters in books, participated in over 130 international refereed conferences, and his work has been cited more than 2300 times (according to SCOPUS) and 3800 times (according to Google scholar) from other researchers – September 2018.
He is the co-editor of a 7-volume series on Process Systems Engineering published by WILEY-VCH and co-author of a reference book on process and energy integration published by Begel House Inc. He has been in the organizing and chairing a committee of many international conferences including FOCAPO, PRES and ESCAPE. He has organized many workshops for industry and academia. Read full CV