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patermarakis Θέση: Αναπληρωτής Καθηγητής
Γραφείο: Β130
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Email gpaterm@puas.gr
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Α. BIOGRAPHICAL PERSONAL DETAILS – STUDIES – POST GRADUATE STUDIES AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY
1954: Born in Crete – Greece.
1972 – 1977: MSc in Chemical Engineering at the School of Chemical Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).
1978 – 1984: PhD in Chemical Engineering at the School of Chemical Engineering, NTUA. (Distinction).
1985 – 2014: Post doctorate at the School of Chemical Engineering and School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering. Professional Activities in: Research, Higher Education, Chemical Engineering – Technical and Technical – Economic Studies, Evaluation of Investment Proposals at the Greek Ministry of Development, etc.
Since 2014. Associate Professor at Piraeus University of Applied Sciences. Subject: Inorganic Chemical – Electrochemical Technology and Catalysis.
Since 2014. Deputy Head of the Section of Dyeing and Finishing at Textile Engineering Department.

B. SPECIALIZATIONS
I. Physical Chemistry (Chemical Kinetics, Catalysis, Adsorption, Theoretical and Applied Electrochemistry, Bioelectrochemistry, Physical Chemistry of Solids, Spectroscopy, Thermodynamics, etc).
II. Materials Science and Engineering – Technology.
III. Inorganic Chemical & Electrochemical Technology
IV. Metallurgy (Hydrometallurgy).
V. Environment and Energy.

C. ACTIVITIES
Ι. RESEARCH PROJECTS, 1978 – 2014
1. “Catalytic and adsorptive properties of Al oxides electrolytically prepared’’. Researcher.
2. “Aluminium anodising. Anodic oxidation of Al at controlled conditions and examination of physicochemical properties of the anodic coatings’’. Researcher.
3. “Remove of iron from diasporic bauxites’’. Research Responsible – Researcher.
4. “Electrochemical treatment of water”. Co-Supervisor and Researcher.
5. “Applied research in anodised products of Al”. Researcher – Coordinator of the experimental part of the entire project.
6. “New protective coatings (pigmented polymers) for the protection of marbles and carbonate stones of ancient monuments and statues” (Eureka Project / Eurocare: European Project of Conservation and Restoration). Researcher.
7. “Methods of anticorrosion protection – Chromation of metallic surfaces (Al)’’. Supervisor.
8. “Kinetics and mechanism of growth, structure, nature, dielectric and physicochemical properties of anodic aluminium oxides membranes. Modification of their properties through their further treatment by different physicochemical methods”. Supervisor.
9. “Catalytic properties of anodic aluminium oxides, their application in the design and study of models of porous catalysts and catalysts carriers, their trial in reactions of industrial importance and design and study of a semi-industrial scale catalytic reactor”. Supervisor.
10. “Removal of iron from boehmitic bauxites’’ Supervisor.
11. “Spectroscopy (FTIR, Raman, etc) study of oxides catalysts and biocatalysts’’. Co-Supervisor.
12. “Discovery of the mechanism of appearance and progress of undesired parasitic phenomena like pitting, burning and chalking during the anodic oxidation of Al. Development of methods for their avoidance and control’’. Supervisor.
13. “Spectroscopic study of semiconductivity, ionic conductivity, magnetic transition (spin flip transition) and magnetochemical behaviour of hematite. Application of hematite as photoanode in photocatalytic electrochemical decomposition of water for the conversion and storage of solar energy’’. Co-Supervisor.
Projects were funded or co-funded from Research Committee of NTUA, Hellenic Company of Industrial and Metallurgical Research, Company Energiaki Hellados and European Union.

ΙΙ. EVALUATION OF INVESTMENT PROPOSALS
Have evaluated, as referee of the Greek Ministry of Development, proposals (above 45, with a total budget of the order of a hundred millions €) for energy character investments, namely (i) Energy Saving in Existing Businesses – Industries, (ii) Co-production of Electric Energy and Heat, (iii) Substitution of Electricity or Other Conventional Fuels with Natural Gas, LPG and Renewable Energy in Existing – Industries and (iv) Renewable Energy Sources, since 1998.

ΙII. EDUCATION
Have been working at the National Technical University, Air Force Academy, School of Pedagogical and Technological Training, Technological Education Institute of Athens and Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, 1978 – 2015.

III1. TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES, 1978 – 2014
THEORETICAL COURSES: 1. Physical Chemistry; 2. Electrochemistry; 3. General and Inorganic Chemistry; 4. Specific Subjects (Topics) in Chemistry I (Chemical Kinetics, Equilibrium, Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry, Inorganic Materials); 5. Chemical Technology; 6. Chemical Technology – Fuels – Lubricants; 7. Chemistry and Technology of Materials; 8. Aerospace Engineering Materials Technology (Metals/Alloys, Synthetic Materials, Composite Materials); 9. Civil Engineering Materials; 10. Civil Engineering Materials Technology; 11. Electrical Engineering Materials and Parts Technology; 12. Mechanical Engineering Materials; 13. Quality Control and Technology of Mechanical Engineering Materials; 14. Environment Protection and Pollution Control Technologies; 15. Conservation of Paper and Archives; 16. Organization of School Laboratories (Organization of Laboratories, Accident Prevention, Health and Safety at Work); 17. General Chemistry; etc.
LABORATORY EXERCISES: 1. Physical Chemistry; 2. Electrochemistry; 3. Chemistry and Technology of Materials; 4. Chemical Technology; 5. Environmental Chemistry; 6. Quality Control and Technology of Mechanical Engineering Materials; 7. Quality Control and Technology of Naval Engineering Materials; 8. Quality Control and Technology of Civil Engineering Materials; 9. Topographic Engineering Materials Technology; 10. Electrical Engineering Materials Technology; 11. Chemical Technology – Fuels – Lubricants; 12. General Chemistry; 13. Inorganic Chemistry; 14. Chemistry; 15. Dental Materials; 16. Organic Chemistry; 17. Specific Subjects (Topics) in Chemistry I (General, Inorganic, Analytical and Physical Chemistry and Physicochemical Methods of Analysis); 18. Specific Subjects (Topics) in Chemistry IV; 19. Discolouration and Bleaching of Textile Materials; 20. Mass and Energy Transport in Dying Systems, etc.

III2. SUPERVISION OF DISSERTATIONS AND PARTICIPATION IN THE THREE – MEMBER OVERSIGHT AND SUPPORT OR ADVISORY OR EXAMINATION COMMITTEES, 1980 – 2014
1. GRADUATE: 11
2. MS: 17
3. PhD: 4

ΙII3. ORGANIZATION OF TRAINING SEMINARS (ADDRESSED TO UNIVERSITY GRADUATES) AND TEACHING, 1995 – 1999
1. The mechanism of deterioration – destruction of paper from environmental reasons & The mechanism of deterioration – destruction of paper from human reasons and physical disasters.
2. Cathodic protection of metals and alloys.
3. Corrosion and protection of pipe line networks.

ΙII4. ORGANIZATION OF TRAINING AND RESEARCH LABORATORIES, 1985 – 2005
Have organized, or contributed decisively to the design, organization and equipment of 7 training and research laboratories.

ΙII5. MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEES OF SPECIALISTS SCIENTISTS FOR THE PANHELLENIC EXAMINATIONS OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING CERTIFICATION (ORGANISM OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING – INSTITUTES OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING – GREEK MINISTRY OF EDUCATION), 1996 – 1998
For the Specialties:
1. Technician of Pollution Control and Pollution Control Installations.
2. Technician of Industrial and Labour Environment Control.

D. PUBLICATIONS AND WRITING ACTIVITY
Ι. DISSERTATIONS
1. G. Patermarakis: Kinetics of the electrochemical reduction of nitrobenzene. MS, ≈ 100 pages, NTUA, 1977.
2. G. Patermarakis: Catalytic properties of electrolytically prepared oxides of aluminium and its alloys (γ1, γ1,2, γ2 – Al2O3). PhD, ≈ 465 pages, NTUA, 1983.

ΙΙ. PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS
1. G. Patermarakis: Catalytic properties of γ-Αl2Ο3 electrolytically prepared. I. Effect of anodic oxidation time on its catalytic properties, Chimika Chronika (N.S.), 16, 141 – 153 (1987).
2. G. Patermarakis and Y. Paspaliaris: Preliminary kinetic study on the removal of iron from boehmitic bauxite by hydrochloric acid, Mineral Wealth, 52, 35 – 41 (1988).
3. G. Patermarakis: Catalytic properties of γ-Αl2Ο3 electrolytically prepared. II. Effect of anodic oxidation current density on its catalytic properties, Chimika Chronika (N.S.), 18, 115 – 129 (1989).
4. Th. Skoulikidis and G. Patermarakis: Multitubular coaxial catalytic reactor made of anodized aluminium, Aluminium, 65, 185 – 188 (1989).
5. Y. Paspaliaris, Y. Yiouli and G. Patermarakis: Reaction kinetics for leaching of iron oxides in boehmitic bauxite by hydrochloric acid, Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy (Section C: Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy), 98, 21 – 25 (1989).
6. G. Patermarakis and Y. Paspaliaris: The leaching of iron oxides in boehmitic bauxite by hydrochloric acid, Hydrometallurgy, 23, 77 – 90 (1989).
7. G. Patermarakis and E. Fountoukidis: Disinfection of water by electrochemical treatment. Water Research, 24, 1491 – 1496 (1990).
8. G. Patermarakis: Catalytic properties of γ-Αl2Ο3 electrolytically prepared. III. Effect of anodic oxidation bath temperature on its catalytic properties, Chimika Chronika (N.S.), 20, 17 – 37 (1991).
9. G. Patermarakis: Catalytic decomposition of formic acid on hydrothermally treated porous anodic alumina films, Chimika Chronika (N.S.), 20, 107 – 128 (1991).
10. G. Patermarakis, P. Lenas, Ch. Karavassilis and G. Papayiannis: Kinetics of growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on Al metal, Electrochimica Acta, 36, 709 – 725 (1991).
11. G. Patermarakis and P. Kerassovitou: Study on the mechanism of oxide hydration and oxide pore closure during hydrothermal treatment of porous anodic Al2O3 films, Electrochimica Acta, 37, 125 – 137 (1992).
12. G. Patermarakis and N. Papandreadis: Effect of the structure of porous anodic Al2Ο3 films on the mechanism of their hydration and pore closure during hydrothermal treatment, Electrochimica Acta, 38, 1413 – 1420 (1993).
13. G. Patermarakis and N. Papandreadis: Study on the kinetics of growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on Al metal, Electrochimica Acta, 38, 2351 – 2361 (1993).
14. G. Patermarakis and C. Pavlidou: Catalysis over porous anodic alumina catalysts, Journal of Catalysis, 147, 140 – 155 (1994).
15. G. Patermarakis and D. Tzouvelekis: Development of a strict kinetic model for the growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on aluminium, Electrochimica Acta, 39, 2419 – 2429 (1994).
16. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzannis: Mathematical models for the anodization conditions and structural features of porous anodic Al2O3 films, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 142, 737 – 743 (1995).
17. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Electrochemical kinetic study on the growth of porous anodic oxide films on aluminium, Electrochimica Acta, 40, 699 – 708 (1995).
18. H. Karayannis and G. Patermarakis: Effect of the Cl- and SO42- ions on the selective orientation and structure of Ni electrodeposits, Electrochimica Acta, 40, 1079 – 1092 (1995).
19. G. Patermarakis and H. Karayannis: The mechanism of growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on aluminium at high film thicknesses, Electrochimica Acta, 40, 2647 – 2656 (1995).
20. G. Patermarakis: Transformation of the overall strict kinetic model governing the growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on aluminium to a form applicable to the non-stirred bath film growth, Electrochimica Acta, 41, 2601 – 2611 (1996).
21. G. Patermarakis: Transport phenomena inside the pores involved in the kinetics and mechanism of growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on aluminium, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 404, 69 – 76 (1996).
22. H.S. Karayianni, G.S. Patermarakis and J.C. Papaioannou: The electrical properties and quality factor of nickel electrodeposits, Journal of Materials Science, 31, 6535 – 6539 (1996).
23. G. Patermarakis: Development of a theory for the determination of the composition of the anodizing solution inside the pores during the growth of porous anodic Al2O3 films on aluminium by a transport phenomenon analysis, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 447, 25 – 41 (1998).
24. F. Roubani – Kalantzopoulou, G. Patermarakis and H. Karayianni: The mechanism of Zn corrosion in both aerated and deaerated aqueous KNO3 solutions, Anti – Corrosion Methods and Materials, 45, 84 – 94 (1998).
25. G. Patermarakis, K. Moussoutzanis and N. Nicolopoulos: Investigation of the incorporation of electrolyte anions in porous anodic Al2O3 films by employing a suitable probe catalytic reaction, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 3, 193 – 204, (1999).
26. G. Patermarakis, K. Moussoutzanis and J. Chandrinos: Preparation of ultra – active alumina of designed porous structure by successive hydrothermal and thermal treatments of porous anodic Al2O3 films, Applied Catalysis A: General, 180, 345 – 358 (1999).
27. G. Patermarakis and N. Nicolopoulos: Catalysis over porous anodic alumina film catalysts with different pore surface concentrations, Journal of Catalysis, 187, 311 – 320 (1999).
28. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Formulation of a criterion predicting the development of uniform regular and non-uniform abnormal porous anodic alumina coatings and revealing the mechanisms of their appearance and progress, Corrosion Science, 43, 1433 – 1464 (2001).
29. G. Patermarakis, K. Moussoutzanis and J. Chandrinos: Discovery by kinetic studies of the latent physicochemical processes and their mechanisms during the growth of porous anodic alumina films in sulfate electrolytes, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 6, 39 – 54 (2001).
30. G. Patermarakis, K. Moussoutzanis and J. Chandrinos: (Erratum) Discovery by kinetic studies of the latent physicochemical processes and their mechanisms during the growth of porous anodic alumina films in sulfate electrolytes, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 6, 71 – 72 (2001).
31. G. Patermarakis, J. Chandrinos and K. Moussoutzanis: Interface physicochemical processes controlling sulfate anion incorporation in porous anodic alumina and their dependence on the thermodynamic and transport properties of cations, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 510, 59 – 66 (2001).
32. H.S. Karayianni, G.S. Patermarakis and J.C. Papaioannou: Impedance spectroscopy study of nickel electrodeposits, Materials Letters, 53, 91 – 101 (2002).
33. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Solid surface and field catalysed interface formation of colloidal Al2(SO4)3 during Al anodising affecting the kinetics and mechanism of development and structure of porous oxide, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 6, 475 – 484 (2002).
34. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Interpretation of the promoting effect of sulphate salt additives on the development of non-uniform pitted porous anodic Al2O3 films in H2SO4 electrolyte by a transport phenomenon analysis theory, Corrosion Science, 44, 1737 – 1753 (2002).
35. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: A transport phenomenon analysis criterion predicting pitting appearance during Al anodisation in sulphate electrolytes, Chemical Engineering Communications, 190, 1018 – 1040 (2003).
36. G. Patermarakis: The parallel dehydrative and dehydrogenative catalytic action of γ-Al2O3 pure and doped by MgO. Kinetics, selectivity, time dependence of catalytic behaviour, mechanisms and interpretations, Applied Catalysis A: General, 252, 231 – 241 (2003).
37. G. Patermarakis, J. Papaioannou, H. Karayianni and K. Masavetas: Ιnterpretation of electrical conductance transition of hematite in the spin flip magnetic transition temperature range, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 151(8), J62 – J68 (2004).
38. J.C. Papaioannou, G.S. Patermarakis and H.C. Karayianni: Electron hopping mechanism in hematite (α-Fe2O3), Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 66, 839 – 844 (2005).
39. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Aluminium anodising in ultra dense sulphate baths. Discovery by overall kinetic and potentiometric studies of the critical role of interface colloidal Al2(SO4)3 nanoparticles in the mechanism of growth and nanostructure of porous oxide coatings, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 9, 205 – 233 (2005).
40. G. Patermarakis: Aluminium anodising in low acidity sulphate baths. Growth mechanism and nanostructure of porous anodic films, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 10, 211 – 222 (2006).
41. G. Patermarakis and K. Masavetas: Aluminium anodising in oxalate and sulfate solutions. Comparison of chronopotentiometric and overall kinetic response of growth mechanism of porous anodic films, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 588, 179 – 189 (2006).
42. G. Patermarakis, J. Chandrinos and K. Masavetas: Formulation of a holistic model for the kinetics of steady state growth of porous anodic alumina films, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 11, 1191 – 1204 (2007).
43. G.S. Patermarakis and V.N. Kytopoulos: Combined kinetic and X-ray electron probe microanalysis characterization of local porosity variation and pore shape across anodic alumina films, Materials Letters, 61(28), 4997 – 5003 (2007).
44. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Development and application of a holistic model for the steady state growth of porous anodic alumina films, Electrochimica Acta, 54, 2434 – 2443 (2009).
45. G. Patermarakis, Ch. Karayianni, K. Massavetas and J. Chandrinos: Oxide density distribution across the barrier layer during the steady state growth of porous anodic alumina films. Choronopotensiometry, kinetics of film mass and thickness evolution and a high field ionic migration model, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 13, 1831 – 1847 (2009).
46. G. Patermarakis: The origin of nucleation and development of porous nanostructure of anodic alumina films, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 635, 39–50 (2009).
47. G. Patermarakis: Study on the mechanism of nucleation and development of porous nanostructure of anodic alumina films, Materials Science: An Indian Journal, 5(4), 364 – 375 (2009).
48. G. Patermarakis and K. Moussoutzanis: Transformation of porous structure of anodic alumina films formed during galvanostatic anodising of aluminium, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 659, 176 – 190 (2011).
49. G. Patermarakis and Diakonikolaou: Mechanism of aluminium and oxygen ions transport in the barrier layer of porous anodic alumina films, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 16, 2921-2939 (2012).
50. G. Patermarakis and G. Kapiris: Processes, parameters and mechanisms controlling the normal and abnormal growth of porous anodic alumina films, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 17, 1133 – 1158 (2013).
51. G. Patermarakis: Thorough electrochemical kinetic and energy balance models clarifying the mechanisms of normal and abnormal growth of porous anodic alumina films, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 730, 69 – 85 (2014).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS
52. Th. Skoulikidis, A. Karageorgos, P. Vassiliou, G. Patermarakis and E. Daflos: Five Years Exposure of Anodized and Sealed under Different Conditions of Al-Mg Alloy in 10 Sites of Athens, in: Corrosion and protection of an Al-Mg Alloy and protection with Al2O3 A review, Corrosion Reviews 15(3-4), 277 – 302 (1997). Appears in Scopus.