Sustainable environmental chemistry and technology with focus on the Mediterranean area

Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Mar 2018

Ioannis A. Katsoyiannis, Dimitra Voutsa

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Sustainable environmental chemistry and technology with focus on the Mediterranean area

Sustainable environmental chemistry and technology with focus on the Mediterranean area Ioannis A. Katsoyiannis 0 1 Dimitra Voutsa 0 1 0 Department of Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki , Thessaloniki , Greece 1 Responsible editor: Philippe Garrigues 2 Ioannis A. Katsoyiannis - organic pollutants, toxic elements, ionic constituents, and radionuclides in atmosphere and aquatic environment, as well as technological approaches for treatment of water and wastewater. We hope that these articles offer important insight in environmental problems and besides the scientific interest; they can also promote awareness to authorities regarding the intensification of research and possible solutions to these problems. This special issue was edited by the Assistant Professor, Dr. Ioannis A. Katsoyiannis, and the Full Professor, Dr. Dimitra Voutsa, both from the Department of Chemistry of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. treatment, and reuse, and membrane development for drinking water treatment. He is the delegate of Greek Chemical Society at the Division of Chemistry and Environment of the EuCheMS. Dr. Dimitra Voutsa is a full prof e s s o r o f E n v i r o n m e n t a l Chemistry at the Chemistry D e p a r t m e n t o f A r i s t o t l e University, Thessaloniki, Greece. She is currently a director of Environmental Pollution Control Laboratory. Her research activities include as follows: (a) drinking water quality, water treatment, and regulated and emerging disinfection by-products; (b) occurrence, fate, and effects of organic pollutants in aquatic environment, atmosphere, and technical systems; and (c) chemical characterization of airborne atmospheric particles. She has published over 80 articles in international peer-reviewed scientific journals and chapters in books with over 3500 citations. She has supervised many PhD and MSc theses. She has participated in many scientific committees aiming at the critical evaluation of various environmental issues. She is a member of the advisory board in the journal Environmental Science Europe. She is a member of Environmental Council of Aristotle University. face waters . Environ Sci Pollut Res . https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356- 017- 9554 -8 Stylianou S , Simeonidis K , Mitrakas M , Zouboulis A , Ernst M , Katsoyiannis IA ( 2017b ) Reductive precipitation and removal of Environ Sci Pollut Res . https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-017-9967-4 2003 , and following, he conduct- Afterwards, he worked for 4 years gineer in the industrial sector of power plant construction, firstly for Alstom Power in Baden, CH, and then for Hitachi Power Europe in Hamburg, DE . In 2014, he was an appointed lecturer at the laboratory of Chemical and Environmental Technology of the Department of Chemistry of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and since, 2016 he is an assistant professor at the same department. His research interests are the investigation of the removal of inorganic and organic contaminants from groundwaters, the analysis of the role of sorption and oxidation in contaminant removal , wastewater


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Ioannis A. Katsoyiannis, Dimitra Voutsa. Sustainable environmental chemistry and technology with focus on the Mediterranean area, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2018, 1-2, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-018-1585-2