Constantinos Georgiou

Constantinos Georgiou
Professor
Laboratory of General Chemistry
2105294248
2105294265
cag@aua.gr

                                                                         CURRICULUM VITAE

                                                                  CONSTANTINOS A. GEORGIOU

                                                                    Professor, Analytical Chemistry

                                                                                     MAY 2016

                                      https://goo.gl/v4I2Am           www.aua.gr/georgiou            http://goo.2gl/5IRVRd

 

PERSONAL     :   Born in Athens, Greece 1961, Married, two daughters (b. 2006 & 2008), Male, Greek Citizen.

ADDRESS       :   Agricultural University of Athens, Chemistry Laboratory, 75 Iera Odos, Athens 11855, Greece, tel. +30-2105294248,                                 fax +30-2105294265, cell +30-6944394101 Email: cag@aua.gr

EDUCATION    :   1. Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, University of Athens, Greece 1990.

                            3. Programming & Analysis course, ELKEPA, Athens, Greece, 1987 – 1988

                            2. B.Sc., Chemistry, University of Athens, Greece 1984.

LANGUANGES: Greek, mother tongue; English, excellent.

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES: C, Basic, Assembly 5065, Cobol and LabView.

RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

1.       Agricultural University of Athens, Greece: Professor 2009 – ; Associate Professor 2001; Assistant Professor, 1995.

2.       Greek Open University, Patras: Tutor, 2001 – 2005.

3.       Agia Eleni Hospital, Biochemist in Chief, Biochemical and Enzyme-Immuno Assays, Athens, Greece 1991 – 1995.

4.       University of Athens, Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, PhD research, Flow Injection in Pharmaceutical Analysis, 1986 – 1990.

5.       Greek Military Air Force Laboratory, Analyst, fuel and oil analyses, 1985 – 1986.

6.       University of Patras, Chemical Engineering and High Temperature Processes Research Institute, Research Associate, Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, Patras, Greece 1984 – 1985.

7.       Kern Forsung Anlage, Voltammetric Techniques, Juelich, Germany 1982.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Food Authentication, Determination of origin, Analytical Biochemistry, Automated Methods, Fluidics, Toxicity Assessment, ICP-MS, Raman & Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Biosensors, Olive Oil Analysis, Antioxidants.

 

SUPERVISOR of Ph.D. STUDENTS

1.        Clinical analyzers for oil quality control. K. Gliatis, anticipated in 2019.

2.        Rare earths and trace elements for food geographic origin through ICP-MS. S. Drivelos, anticipated in 2017.

3.       Natural antioxidants enhance olive oil thermal stability. E. Ioannou, anticipated in 2016.

4.       High throughput screening for total antioxidant capacity, E. Labrinea, anticipated in 2016.

5.        Automation of analytical methods for the intensive care, food and water industry. E. Vasilioy, 2016.

6.        Development and validation of analytical methods for rare earth elements assessment for geographic origin determination, G. Danezis, 2016.

7.        Development of automated analytical methods for food processing, L. Lekawska, Marie Curie Scholar, 2013.

8.        Development of microbial biosensors for food ingredient assessment, J. Lukasiak, Marie Curie Scholar, 2013.

9.        Bioluminescent whole cell biosensors, in fluidic analysis, E. Komaitis, 2011.

10.   Novel methods for total antioxidant activity determination for olive oil, K. Minioti, 2009.

11.   Synchronous scan fluorescence in edible oil analysis. K. Pouli, 2009.

12.   Quantitative determination of pesticides and pharmaceutics through Raman spectroscopy. S. Skoulika, 2001.

13.    Development of flow injection methods for olive oil quality assessment, P. Nouros, 2001.

 

POST DOCTORAL COLLABORATORS

1.       N. Thomaidis, JAN/1998-JAN/1999. Current job: Assoc. Professor, Department of Analytical Chemistry, University of Athens, Greece.

2.       M. Tsountsaeva, JAN - MAR/2005. Current job: Researcher, Laboratory of Chemical Analysis, Institute of Structural Macrokinetics and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences.

3.       Y. Makarovska, MAR - MAY/2005. Current job: Researcher, University of Antwerp - Department of Chemistry, Micro- and Trace Analysis Center, Belgium.

 

GRADUATE COURSES ORGANIZED/LECTURED

1.       Biosensor technology to food and ingredient quality assessment, in English, international audience, Agricultural University of Athens, Lean Green Food ITN Program funded by the European Union, 23-25 November 2011.

2.       Automated Method of Analysis, in English, international audience, Agricultural University of Athens, Lean Green Food ITN Program funded by the European Union, 28-30 November 2011.

3.       Food authentication, in English, international audience, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Erasmus program of the European Union, 2015 – .

4.       Raman Spectroscopy in advanced analytical chemistry, University of Athens, Greece, 2001 – 2014.

5.       Advanced Spectroscopy and Instrumental Methods of Analysis Agricultural University of Athens, Greece, 2004 – 2014.

6.       Automated Methods of Analysis, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece, 2004 – 2014.

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ORGANIZED/LECTURED

1.       Analytical Chemistry, Agricultural University of Athens, 1995 –.

2.       General and Inorganic Chemistry,

a.       Agricultural University of Athens, 1995 –. 

b.      University of Thrace, Greece, 2000 – 2001.

c.       Open University, Greece, 2001 – 2005.

EXPERT CONTRACT for EVALUATION of PROPOSALS for FUNDING

1.      European Union, 2004 –  European Union Expert, Food Authentication

2.      Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Grand Water Research Institute, 2004 –

3.      Republic of Romania, 2011 –

4.      Republic of Cyprus, 2003 –

5.      Greek General Secretariat of Research and Technology, 2002 –

6.      Greek State Scholarship Foundation, 2010 –

 

FUNDED RESEARCH PROGRAMS

1.      Reinforcing of nanotechnology and functional materials centre at faculty of technology and metallurgy, University of Belgrade, NANOTECH FTM FP7-REGPOT-2009-1, FP 7 Programme, European Union, Networking partner, 2010 – 2012, total budget 1,298,774 €.

2.      LeanGreenFood-enzyme technology for Lean and Green Food processing, European Union, FP 7 Marie Curie Actions-Networks for Initial Training (ITN), WP leader: Novel analytical technologies, Member of the Supervisory Board. 2009 – 2013. 628,922 €, total budget: 2,000,000 €.

3.      Panhellinic study for nutrition and health, plan action for the promotion of public health in the field of nutrition, Ministry of Health, Greece, 2012-2015, total budget: 2,941,541.50 €.

4.      Biological holistic approach to the dynamic form of  survival of bacterial pathogens formations – BIOIMENIA, General Secretariat of Research and Technology, Greece, WP leader: Analytical, 2010-2014. 36,755 €, total budget: 600,000€

5.      Toxicity assessment of sanitary disposal land fill leachates by bioassays: chemometric correlation of bioassays with chemical analysis, Union of Attica Municipalities, 2002 – 2006, 275,000 €.

6.       Development and application of bioluminescent whole-cell biosensors, Ministry of Education, Greece, 2005 – 2006, 80,000 €.

7.      Rapid spectroscopic methods for assessment of olive oil quality and adulteration, SPECTRAOIL, Bilateral Greek-Romanian R&D Program, Republic of Romania, 2012 – 2014, 15,000 €.

8.      Development and application of bioluminescent whole-cell biosensors: aldehydic compounds, Empirikion Foundation, Greece, 2007 – 2009, 7,000 €.

9.      Total antioxidant capacity, free radicals and heavy metals in olive oil: indices of biological value, stability and origin, General Secretariat of Research & Technology, Greece, 2005–2008, 130,000 €.

10.  Development and application of bioluminescent whole-cell biosensors for environmental toxicity assessment, Bilateral Greek-Serbia R&D Program, 2004 – 2006, 11,150 €.

11.  Construction and evaluation of a fully automated flow injection analyzer based on biosensor to screen agricultural samples for organophosphorus pesticides, Bilateral Greek-Ukraine R&D Program, 2001 – 2003, 14,700 €.

12.   Development of novel flow injection methods for the determination of total antioxidant capacity and applications to agricultural analysis, Bilateral Greek-Spain R&D Program, 2000 – 2001, 11,700 €.

13.  Biosensors for the assay of quality control of foods, European Comunities Agriculture and Fisheries program, 1997 – 1999, 80,000 €.

RECOGNITIONS / OTHER ACTIVITIES

1.       Editorial Board member: Journal of Automated Methods and Management in Chemistry, 2010 – & Journal of Agricultural Science, 2010 –.

2.       Guest Editor: Analytica Chimica Acta, Volume 505, issue 1, 3 March 2004.

3.        President, Greek-Serbian School of Athens, 2011 – 2014.

 

PUBLICATIONS, references > 1400; H-index = 25; https://goo.gl/CKeIRz

1.        Food Authentication: State of the art and prospects, G. P. Danezis, A. S. Tsagkaris, V. Brusic, C. A. Georgiou, Current Opinion in Food Science, Issue: Innovations in Food Science, invited article, in press, 2016.

2.        Rare earth elements minimal harvest year variation facilitates robust geographical origin discrimination: The case of PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) "Fava Santorinis", S. A. Drivelos, G. P. Danezis, S. A. Haroutounian, C. A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry, in press, 2016.

3.        Food Authentication: Techniques, Trends & Emerging Approaches, G. P. Danezis, A. S. Tsagkaris, F. Camin,V. Brusic, C. A. Georgiou, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, in press, 2016.

4.      A green analytical method for rapid determination of pectin degree of esterification using micro sequential injection lab-on-valve system, M. Naghshineh, J. Larsen, C. Georgiou, K. Olsen, Food Chemistry, 204, 513-520, 2016.

5.      Evaluation of an integrated biorefinery based on fractionation of spent sulphite liquor for the production of an antioxidant-rich extract, lignosulphonates and succinic acid, M.Alexandri, H.Papapostolou, M.Komaitis, L.Stragier, W.Verstraete, G.P. Danezis, C.A. Georgiou, S.Papanikolaou, A.A. Koutinas, Bioresource Technology, in press, 2016.

6.        Enzymatic spectrophotometric reaction rate determination of aspartame, K.T. Trifković, L. Łękawska-Andrinopoulou, B.M. Bugarski, C.A. Georgiou, Hemijska Industrija, 69 (4), 355-359, 2015.

7.        Data fusion for food authentication: Combining rare earth elements and trace metals to   discriminate PDO "Fava Santorinis" from other yellow split peas using chemometric tools, S. A. Drivelos, K. Higgins, J. H. Kalivas, S. A. Haroutounian, C.A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry, 165, 316-322, 2014. 

8.        Food adulteration analysis without laboratory prepared or determined reference food adulterant values, J.H. Kalivas, C.A. Georgiou, M. Moira, I. Tsafaras, E.A. Petrakis, G.A. Mousdis, Food Chemistry, 148, 289-293, 2014.

9.        Bacterial reporter strains for d-xylose content analysis in arabinoxylans, J. Łukasiak, K. Olsen, C. A. Georgiou, D. G. Georgakopoulos, European Food Research and Technology,238 (2), 275-283, 2014.

10.    Rapid enzymatic method for pectin methyl esters determination, L. Łȩkawska-Andrinopoulou, E.G. Vasiliou, D.G. Georgakopoulos, C.P. Yialouris, C.A. Georgiou, Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry, 854763, 2013.

11.    Bioluminescence and ice-nucleation microbial biosensors for l-arabinose content analysis in arabinoxylans, J. Łukasiak, K. Olsen, C. A. Georgiou, D. G. Georgakopoulos, European Food Research and Technology, 1-8, 2013.

12.    Hydrotreating of straight-run gas oil blended with FCC naphtha and light cycle oil , Z. Dukanovic, S.B. Glisic, V.J. Cobanina, M. Niciforovic, C.A. Georgiou, A.M. Orlovic, Fuel Processing Technology, 106, 160-165, 2013.

13.    Sustainable production of pectin from lime peel by high hydrostatic pressure treatment, M.  Naghshineh, K. Olsen and C.A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry, 136, 472-478, 2013.

14.    The role of selenium in cadmium toxicity: Interactions with Essential and Toxic Elements, A. Al-waeli, A.C. Pappas, E. Zoidis, C. A. Georgiou, K. Fegeros, G. Zervas, British Poultry Science, 53 (6), 817-827, 2012.

15.    A review of multi-element analysis and multi-isotope ratio coupled with chemometric tools for the determination of the geographical origin of food and beverages in the European Union, S. A. Drivelos, C. A. Georgiou, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 40, 38-51, 2012.

16.    Development of an L-Rhamnose bioluminescent microbial biosensor for analysis of food     ingredients, J. Lukasiak, C.A. Geogiou, K. Olsen, D.G. Georgakopoulos, European food research and technology, 235(3), 573-579, 2012.

17.    Geographical characterization of Greek olive oils using rare earth elements content and supervised chemometric techniques, Ε. Farmaki, N. Thomaidis, E. Minioti, E. Ioannou, C. Georgiou, C. Efstathiou, Analytical Letters, 45(8), 920-932,  2012.

18.    Updating a synchronous fluorescence spectroscopic virgin olive oil adulteration calibration to a new geographical region, M.R. Kunz, J. Ottaway, J.H. Kalivas, C.A. Georgiou, G.A. Mousdis, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 59, 1051-1057, 2011.

19.    Iron or zinc dialyzability obtained from a modified in vitro digestion procedure compare well with iron or zinc absorption from meals, K. Argyri, E. Theophanidi, A. Kapna, C. Staikidou, G. Pounis, M. Komaitis, C. Georgiou, M. Kapsokefalou, Food Chemistry, 127,716-721, 2011.

20.    Influence of organic selenium supplementation on the accumulation of toxic and essential trace elements involved in the antioxidant system of chicken, A.C. Pappas, E. Zoidis, C.A. Georgiou, N. Demiris, P.F. Surai, K. Fegeros, Food Additives & Contaminants, 28, 446-454, 2011.

21.    Comparison of different tests used in mapping the Greek virgin olive oil production for the determination of its total antioxidant capacity, A. S.Minioti, C. A. Georgiou, Grasas Y Aceites, 61, 45-51, 2010.

22.    Selenium affects the expression of GPx4 and catalase in the liver of chicken, E. Zoidis, A. C. Pappas, C. A. Georgiou, Ε. Komaitis, K. Feggeros, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part B, 155, 294-300, 2010.

23.    Development of a fully automated flow injection analyzer implementing bioluminescent biosensors for water toxicity assessment, E. M. Komaitis, E. G. Vasilioy, G. Kremmydas, D. G. Georgakopoulos, C. A. Georgiou, Sensors, 10, 7089-7098, 2010.

24.    Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy: tool for monitoring thermally stressed edible oils, K. G. Poulli, N. V. Chantzos, G. N. Mousdis and C. A. Georgiou, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 57, 8194-201, 2009.

25.    Monitoring olive oil oxidation under thermal and uv stress through synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy and classical assays, K. G. Poulli, G. N. Mousdis and C. A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry, 117, 499-503, 2009.

26.    High throughput flow injection bioluminometric method for olive oil antioxidant capacity, A. S. Minioti, C. A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry, 109, 455-461, 2008.

27.    A standard addition method to assay the concentration of biologically interesting polyphenols in grape berries by reversed-phase HPLC, A. - V. Sakkiadi, C. A. Georgiou and S. A. Haroutounian, Molecules, 12, 2259-2269, 2007.

28.    Hydrogen peroxide assessment in exhaled breath condensate: condensing equipment – rapid flow injection chemiluminescence method, E. G. Vasiliou, Y. M. Makarovska, I. A. Pneumatikos, N. V. Lolis, E. A. Kalogeratos, E. K. Papadakis, C. A. Georgiou, Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society, 18, 1040-1047, 2007.

29.    Derivatizartion reaction of biogenic amines with tetrabromophenol-pthalein ethyl ester: thermospectrophotometric study of products, N. D. Demiris, E. P. Labrinea and C. A. Georgiou, Electronic Journal of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 6, 2543-2549, 2007.

30.    Rapid synchronous fluorescence method for virgin olive oil adulteration assessment, K. G. Poulli, G. N. Mousdis and C. A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry, 105, 369-375, 2007.

31.    Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy for quantitative determination of virgin olive oil adulteration with sunflower oil, K. G. Poulli, G. N. Mousdis and C. A. Georgiou, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 386,1571-1575, 2006.

32.    Classification of edible and lampante virgin olive oil based on synchronous fluorescence and total luminescence spectroscopy, K. G. Poulli, G. N. Mousdis and C. A. Georgiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 542, 151, 2005.

33.    Rapid, fully automated flow injection antioxidant capacity assay, E. P. Labrinea and C. A. Georgiou, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 53, 4341, 2005.

34.    Early-warning electrochemical biosensor system for environmental monitoring based on enzyme inhibition, S. Dzyadevych, V. Arkhypova, N. Jaffrezic-Renault, C. Martelet, J. - M. Chovelon, C. A. Georgiou and A. Soldatkin, Sensors and Actuators, B, 105, 81, 2005.

35.    Stopped-flow method for assessment of ph and timing effect on the ABTS total antioxidant capacity assay, E. P. Labrinea and C. A. Georgiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 526, 63, 2004.

36.    Bioluminescent whole cell biosensors, C. A. Georgiou and B. Bugarski, Chemical Industry, 30, 103-107, 2004.

37.    Analytical chemistry in balkan and east mediterranean countries during 1994-2001, N. S. Thomaidis, C. A. Georgiou and A. C. Calokerinos, Analytica Chimica Acta, 505, 3, 2004.

38.    Rapid, non-invasive quantitative determination of acyclovir in pharmaceutical solid dosage forms through their PVC-blister package by solid-state FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika and C. A. Georgiou, Applied Spectroscopy, 57, 407, 2003.

39.    Flow injection analysis system for L-lysine estimation in foodstuffs. Using a biosensor based on  lysine oxidase immobilization on a gold-poly(m-phenylenediamine) electrode, M. H. Divritsioti, I. D. Karalemas, C. A. Georgiou and D. S. Papastathopoulos, Analytical Letters, 36, 1939, 2003.

40.    Analytical raman spectroscopy, C. A. Georgiou, Journal of Institute of Science and Technology of Balikesir University, 4, 74-79, 2002.

41.    Olive oil anisidine value determination by flow injection, E. P. Labrinea, N. S. Thomaidis and C. A. Georgiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 448, 201, 2001.

42.    Rapid quantitative determination of ciprofloxacin in pharmaceuticals using solid-state FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika and C. A. Georgiou, Applied Spectroscopy, 55, 1259-1265, 2001.

43.    Analytical chemistry in the European Union during 1993-1999: an appraisal on the basis of papers abstracted in analytical abstracts, C. A. Georgiou and N. S. Thomaidis, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 20, 462, 2001.

44.    Olive oil analysis by flow injection, C. A. Georgiou, Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology of Balikesir University, 3, 20-33, 2001.

45.    Construction of a L-lysine biosensor by immobilizing lysine oxidase on a gold-poly(o-phenylenediamine) electrode, J. D. Karalemas, C. A. Georgiou and D. S. Papastathopoulos, Talanta, 53, 391, 2000.

46.    Enzymatic spectrophotometric reaction rate determination of glucose in fruit drinks and carbonated beverages. An analytical chemistry laboratory experiment for food science oriented students, A. - M. G. Vasilarou and C. A. Georgiou, Journal of Chemical Education, 77, 1327, 2000.

47.    Determination of olive oil 2-thiobarbituric acid reactive substances by parallel flow injection, P. G. Nouros, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 417, 119, 2000.

48.    Univariate and multivariate calibration for the quantitative determination of methyl-parathion in pesticide formulations by FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika and C. A. Georgiou, Applied Spectroscopy, 54, 747, 2000.

49.    FT-Raman spectroscopy: analytical tool for routine analysis of diazinon in pesticide formulations, S. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, Talanta, 51, 599, 2000.

50.    Direct parallel flow injection multichannel spectrophotometric determination of olive oil iodine value, N. S. Thomaidis and C. A. Georgiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 405, 239, 2000.

51.    Rapid quantitative analysis of organophosphorus pesticide formulations by FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, Invited paper, Internet Journal of Vibrational Spectroscopy [www.ijvs.com] Vol.4, Ed. 3, 2000.

52.    Edible oil analysis by flow injection, N. S. Thomaidis and C. A. Georgiou, Invited paper, Laboratory Automation and Information Management, 34, 101, 1999.

53.    Quantitative determination of fenthion in pesticide formulations by FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, Applied Spectroscopy, 53, 1470, 1999.

54.    Automated flow injection gradient technique for binding studies of micromolecules to proteins using potentiometric sensors: application to bovine serum albumin with anilinonaphthalenesulfonate probe and drugs, M. E. Georgiou, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Analytical Chemistry, 71, 2541, 1999.

55.    Direct parallel flow injection multichannel spectrophotometric determination of olive oil peroxide value, P. G. Nouros, C. A. Georgiou and M. G Polissiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 389, 239, 1999.

56.    Rapid automated spectrophotometric competitive complexation studies of drugs with cyclodextrins using the flow injection gradient technique: tricyclic antidepressant drugs with a-cyclodextrin, M. E. Georgiou, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Analyst, 124, 391, 1999.

57.    Interaction of β-cyclodextrin with unsaturated and saturated straight chain fatty acid anions studied by phenolphthalein displacement, C. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 34, 85, 1999.

58.    Automated flow injection spectrophotometric non-aqueous titrimetric determination of the free fatty acid content of olive oil, P. G. Nouros, C. A. Georgiou and M. Polissiou, Analytica Chimica Acta, 351, 291, 1997.

59.    Flow injection gradient technique in spectrophotometric determination of formation constants of micromolecule cyclodextrin complexes, M. E. Georgiou, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Analytical Chemistry, 67, 114, 1995.

60.    Automated flow-injection dynamic dialysis technique in the study of drug binding with cyclodextrins, E. E. Sideris, C. A. Georgiou, M. A. Koupparis and P. E. Macheras, Analytica Chimica Acta, 289, 87, 1994.

61.    Automated flow-injection technique for use in dissolution studies of sustained-release formulations: application to iron (ii) formulations, C. A. Georgiou, G. N. Valsami, M. A. Koupparis and P. E. Macheras, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 12, 635, 1994.

62.    Automation of the batch method for reaction kinetic studies using flow injection analysis. kinetic study of hydrolysis of n4acetylsulfanilamide, acetylsalicylic acid and phenyl phosphate, M. A. Koupparis, P. I. Anagnostopoulou, C. A. Georgiou and T. P. Hadjiioannou, Analytical Letters, 25, 2305, 1992.

63.    Use of ion-selective electrodes in kinetic flow injection: determination of phenolic and hydrazino drugs with 1-fluoro-2,4-dinitrobenzene using a fluoride-selective electrode, J. C. Apostolakis, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Analyst, 116, 233, 1991.

64.    Flow-injection stopped-flow kinetic spectrophotometric determination of drugs based on micellar-catalysed reaction with 1fluoro2,4dinitrobenzene, C. A. Georgiou, M. A. Koupparis and T. P. Hadjiioannou, Talanta, 38, 689, 1991.

65.    Construction and evaluation of an automated flow injection-stopped flow analyser for multipoint reaction rate spectrophotometric methods. Determination of ammonia nitrogen, creatinine, and phosphate, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Journal of Automatic Chemistry, 13, 199, 1991.

66.    Automated flow injection spectrophotometric determination of para- and meta-substituted phenols of pharmaceutical interest based on their oxidative condensation with 1-nitroso-2-naphthol, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Analyst, 115, 309, 1990.

67.    Automated flow injection spectrophotometric non-aqueous pseudotitrations of amines and their hydrohalide salts, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, Analyst, 113, 755, 1988.

 

BOOKS / CHAPTERS

1.      FOOD AUTHENTICATION: Analysis, Regulation & Consumers, Eds. C. A. Georgiou and G. P. Danezis Willey – Blackwell, p 1-580, in press, 2016.

2.      Elemental and Isotopic Mass Spectrometry, C. A. Georgiou and G. P. Danezis, in Advanced Mass Spectrometry for Food Safety and Quality, Ed. Y. Pico, Elsevier’s Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, p. 131-243, 2015.

3.      Fully automated fluidic analyzer for food quality assessment using bioluminescent biosensors, E. Komaitis, E. Vasiliou, D. Georgakopoulos and C. A. Georgiou, in Luminescent microbial biosensors, Eds G. Thouand & Pan Stanford Inc, NY, p 1-12, 2014.

4.      Following oil quality during thermal stress through total antioxidant capacity assays, N. V. Chantzos and C. A. Georgiou, in Food Chemistry Research Developments edited by N. K. Papadopoulos, Nova Science Publishers, Inc, NY, p. 13 – 20, 2008.

5.      Developements in monitoring methods for nutrient solutions, C. A. Georgiou, Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society No: 530, ISBN 0853101663, p. 263-282, 2003.

6.      Development and application of novel flow injection methods in pharmaceutical analysis, C. A. Georgiou, PhD Thesis, University of Athens, Greece, 1990.

7.      3rd Aegean analytical chemistry day’s proceedings, Eds C. E. Efstathiou, A. C. Calokerinos and C. A. Georgiou, Lesvos, Greece, p. 1 – 650, 2002.

8.      Chemistry laboratory handbook for the first semester, C. A. Georgiou, Dimokriteio University  of Thrace, Orestiada, p 1-23, 2000.

9.      Errors and statistical processing of analytical data, C. A. Georgiou, Agricultural University of Athens Press, Athens, p 1-14. 2000.

10.  Handbook of analytical chemistry laboratory, C. A. Georgiou, Agricultural University of Athens Press, Athens, p 1-43, 2000.

11.  Problems in analytical chemistry, C. A. Georgiou, Agricultural University of Athens Press, Athens, p 1-40, 1998.

12.  Optimization of analytical methods, M. A. Koupparis and C. A. Georgiou, chapter 8 in K. H. Efstathiou, D. S. Papastathopoulos, M. A. Koupparis and A. K. Kalokairinos (Eds), Advanced topics in analytical chemistry, Athanasopoulos-Papadamis, Athens, Greece, p 40-47, 1989.

 

ANOUNCEMENTS in CONFERENCES, PROCEEDINGS

1.        Seasonal variation of elemental profile in PDO "Tomataki Santorinis", G. Danezis, S. Drivelos, A. Tsagkaris, D. Sotirchos, S. Roxanis, K. Panourgias, C.A. Georgiou, Food Chemistry Days 2015, November 26-27, 2015, Athens, Greece.

2.        Authentication of PDO "Tomataki Santorinis": discrimination from other cherry tomatoes by rare earth & trace elements content through chemometrics, G. Danezis, S. Drivelos, A. Tsagkaris, D. Sotirchos, C.A. Georgiou, EFFOST 2015, November 10-12, 2015, Athens, Greece.

3.        Seasonal variation of rare earth and trace elements in game meat: limnos wild rabbits, G. Danezis, A.C. Pappas, E. Zoidis, C. Papachristidis, C. Vavvas, G. Papadomichelakis, I. Hadjigeorgiou, V. Brusic, C.A. Georgiou, EFFOST 2015, November 10-12, 2015, Athens, Greece.

4.        Authentication of Greek PDO and traditional cheeses through rare earth and trace element profile using chemometrics, G. Danezis, A.C. Pappas, S. Drivelos, E.C. Pappa, M. Zacharioudaki, C. Papachristidis, A. Tsagkaris, E. Tsiplakou, G. Zervas, C.A. Georgiou, EFFOST 2015, November 10-12, 2015, Athens, Greece.

5.        Fluidic biosensor unit prototype featuring sensitivities down to the pM level for early detection of quorum sensing molecules, G. Danezis, M. Moira, C.A. Georgiou, EFFOST 2015, November 10-12, 2015 Athens, Greece.

6.        Rare earth elements & actinides accumulation patterns in game meat, backyard & commercial rabbits, G. Danezis, A. Tsagkaris, E. Zoidis, A.C. Pappas, C. Papachristidis, C. Vavvas, G. Papadomichelakis, I. Hadjigeorgiou, V. Brusic, C.A. Georgiou, IMA 2015, Kalamata, Greece, September 21-24, 2015, Kiparissia, Greece.

7.        Authentication of game meat through rare earth and trace element profile: The case of Limnos island wild rabbits, G. Danezis, A.C. Pappas, E. Zoidis, C. Papachristidis, C. Vavvas, G. Papadomichelakis, I. Hadjigeorgiou, V. Brusic, C.A. Georgiou, IMA 2015, September 21-24, 2015, Kalamata, Greece.

8.        Mass spectrometry techniques for the control of urban roof gardens contribution in rainwater decontamination, A. Tsagkaris, G. Danezis, C.A. Georgiou, Urban BioRoof conference, September 17-18, September, 2015, Athens, Greece.

9.        Quality characteristics investigation for wild rabbits of Limnos island, G. Danezis, A.C. Pappas, E. Zoidis, G. Papadomichelakis, M. Spilioti, C. Vavvas, C.A. Georgiou, I. Hadjigeorgiou, EZE 2014, October 1-3, 2014, Kiparissia, Greece.

10.    Organic selenium role in rabbits’ meat quality, E. Zoidis, G. Papadomichelakis, A. Sarfenmpergker-Katafygiotis, D. Terzi, G. Giasemi, G. Danezis, C.A. Georgiou, A.C. Pappas, EZE 2014, October 1-3, 2014, Kiparissia, Greece.

11.    Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy for the determination of argan oil adulteration with corn oil, F. Mellou, G. Mousdis, C. Georigou, ISEKI_Food 2014, , May 21-23, 2014, Athens, Greece.

12.    Bioluminescence and ice nucleation microbial biosensors for monosaccharide content analysis in    arabinoxylans, J. Lukasiak, C.A. Geogiou, K. Olsen, D.G. Georgakopoulos, EUROFOODCHEM XVII, May 7-10, 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.

13.    Enzymatic spectrophotometric reaction rate determination of aspartame in carbonated beverages and sweeteners, K. T. Trifković, L. Łękawska, B. M. Bugarski, C. A. Georgiou. III International congress "Engineering, Environment and Materials in Processing Industry", March 4-6, 2013, Jahorina, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

14.    Flow Injection Analyzers for Sustainable Pectin Analysis, L. Łękawska, E. G. Vasiliou, D. G. Georgakopoulos, C. A. Georgiou, XII International Conference on Flow Analysis, , September 23-28, 2012, Thessaloniki, Greece.

15.    Green Chemistry 0Technologies for Pectin Analysis, L. Łękawska, D. G. Georgakopoulos, C. A. Georgiou, Third International Symposium on Green Chemistry for Environment, Health and Development, October 3-5, 2012, Skiathos, Greece.

16.    Development of bioluminescent microbial biosensors to monitor enzymatic processing of food ingredients, J. Lukasiak, C.A. Geogiou, K. Olsen, D.G. Georgakopoulos, Microbiokosmos 4th Annual Conference of the Greek National Initiative "Mikrobiokosmos": Mikrobiokosmos 2011, October 21-23, 2011, Ioannina, Greece.

17.    Updating a synchronous fluorescence spectroscopic virgin olive oil adulteration calibration to a new geographical region, J.H. Kalivas, M.R. Kunz, J. Ottaway, C.A. Georgiou, G.A. Mousdis, 102nd AOCS Annual Meeting & EXPO, May 1 - 4, 2011, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

18.    Multivariate calibration for extra virgin olive oil adulteration without reference samples, J. Kalivas, C. A. Georgiou, I. Tsafaras, G. Mousdis, E. Petrakis, National Meeting of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS), October 2 - 7, 2011, Reno, Nevada, USA.

19.    Using Net Analyte Signal (NAS) to identify an adulterant in extra virgin olive oil, K. Higgins, J. Kalivas, C. Georgiou,  PITTCON, Conference Proceedings, p. 620-625, March 13-18, 2011, Atlanta, USA.

20.    Chemometric characterization of the geographical origin of olive oils due to their rare earth elements content by artificial neural networks and classification trees, E. G. Farmaki, N. S. Thomaidis, K. S. Minioti, E. Ioannou, C. A. Georgiou, C. E. Efstathiou, 7th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days Conference, Conference Proceedings p. 24, 29 September – 3 October 2010, Lesvos, Greece.

21.    Olive oil quality assessment through synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy, K. I. Poulli, G. A. Mousdis, C. A. Georgiou, 7th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days Conference, Conference Proceedings p. 21, 29 September – 3 October 2010, Lesvos, Greece.

22.    Classification of Greek extra virgin olive oils according to geographical origin through ICP-MS multielement determination and principal component analysis, E. T. Ioannou, N. S. Thomaidis, C. A. Georgiou, 7th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days Conference, Conference Proceedings p. 21, 29 September – 3 October 2010, Lesvos, Greece.

23.    Development and optimization of a fully automated flow injection analyzer for aldehydic compounds assessment implementing vibrio fischeri whole cell biosensors, E. M. Komaitis, K. A. Kamoutsa, E. G, Vasiliou, G. F. Kremmydas, D. G. Georgakopoulos, C. A. Georgiou, 7th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days Conference, Conference Proceedings p. 88, 29 September – 3 October 2010, Lesvos, Greece.

24.    Response of vibrio fischeri whole cell biosensors to olive oil phenolics: monitoring early oxidation events during frying, C. A. Georgiou, E. M. Komaitis, E. G. Vasilioy, G. Kremmydas, D. G. Georgakopoulos, 5th Euro Fed Lipid Congress, 16-19 September 2007, Gothenburg, Sweden.

25.    Mapping trace element content of Greek virgin olive oils from different cultivars and regions through inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, A. S. Minioti, K. Poulli, N. S. Thomaidis, C. A. Georgiou, 6th EuroFed Lipid Congress, Conference Proceedings p. 240, 7-10 September 2008, Athens, Greece.

26.    Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy and classical assays: tools for monitoring olive oil stability, K. I. Poulli, G. A. Mousdis, C. A. Georgiou, 6th EuroFed Lipid Congress, Conference Proceedings p. 82, 7-10 September 2008, Athens, Greece.

27.    Quantitation of virgin olive oil adulteration through synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy, K. I. Poulli, G. A. Mousdis, C. A. Georgiou, 2nd Hellenic Conference on Contemporary Trends in Oils and Lipids Conference proceedings O-17, 7-8 June 2007, Athens, Greece.

28.    Assessment of oil quality during frying through v. fischeri whole cell biosensors, E. M. Komaitis, E. G. Vasilioy, D. G. Georgakopoulos, C. A. Georgiou, 2nd Hellenic Conference on Contemporary Trends in Oils and Lipids Conference proceedings O-17, 7-8 June, 2007, Athens, Greece.

29.    Synchronous fluorescence: tool for virgin olive oil adulteration assessment, K. I. Poulli, G. A. Mousdis, C. A. Georgiou, 2nd Hellenic Food Biotechnology Conference, book of Abstracts p. 162-165, 29-31 March 2007, Athens, Greece.

30.    Response of vibrio fischeri whole cell biosensors to olive oil phenolics, E. Komaitis, E. Vasilioy, G. Kremmydas, D. Georgakopoulos, C. A. Georgiou, 2nd Hellenic Food Biotechnology Conference, book of Abstracts p. 312-314, 29-31 March 2007, Athens, Greece.

31.    Monitoring lipid oxidation events at frying temperatures through total antioxidant capacity assays, N. V. Chantzos, C. A. Georgiou, 2nd Hellenic Food Biotechnology Conference, book of Abstracts p. 315-317, 29-31 March 2007, Athens, Greece.

32.    Flow injection bioluminometric assessment of olive oil total antioxidant capacity, A. S. Minioti, C. A. Georgiou, 2nd Hellenic Food Biotechnology Conference, book of Abstracts p. 310-311, 29-31 March 2007, Best poster award, Athens, Greece.

33.    Chemical approach to remote sensing, C. A. Georgiou, Invited lecture, Dahlia Greidinger Symposium on Advanced Technologies for Monitoring Nutrient and Water Availability to Plants, 12-14 March 2007, Haifa, Israel.

34.    Phase-field modelling of immobilized yeast cell growth dynamics in Ca-alginate microbeads, I. Pajiz-Lijakovic, M. Plavsic, B. Bugarski, C. A. Georgiou, M. Kanellaki, V. Nedovic, XIVth International Workshop on Bioencapsulation, Workshop Proceedings, p. 390-393, Lausane, CH, 6-7 October 2006.

35.    Application of electrostatic extrusion – flavor encapsulation and controlled release, V. Manojlovic, C. A. Georgiou, V. Nedovic and B. Bugarski, XIVth International Workshop on Bioencapsulation, Workshop Proceedings, p. 375-378, 6-7 October 2006, Lausane, Switzerland

36.    Flow technologies for automation of  luminescence whole-cell biosensors: water toxicity assessment, E. Komaitis, D. Georgakopoulos and C. A. Georgiou, 5th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, book of abstracts p. 46, 5-8 October 2006, Thessaloniki, Greece.

37.    Luminescence whole-cell biosensor analyzer for water toxicity assessment, C. A. Georgiou, Keynote lecture, 5th Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Analysis International Congress (AC&CA-05), book of Abstracts, p.  12, 18 September 2005, Kiev, Ukraine.

38.    Luminescence whole-cell biosensor analyzer for water toxicity assessment, C.A. Georgiou,  1st South East European Countries Water Conference, book of abstracts,  p. 36, 21-23 October 2005, Athens.

39.    Portable analyzers for olive oil quality assessment, C. A. Georgiou, 1st Hellenic Conference on Contemporary Trends in Oils and Lipids, book of Abstracts p. O11, 8-9 June 2005, Athens, Greece.

40.    Heavy metals in food, C. A. Georgiou, Invited lecture, Trends in Food Contaminants meeting of the Greek Chemists Society, book of abstracts p.139, 23 October 2004, Athens, Greece.

41.    Chemometric evaluation of synchronous scan fluorescence spectroscopy for olive oil classification: lampante and virgin olive oil, K. G. Poulli, G. N. Mousdis and C. A. Georgiou, 4th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, Conference Proceedings p. 302, 29 September – 3 October 2004, Kusadasi/Aydin, Turkey.

42.    Automated total antioxidant capacity assays, C. A Georgiou, Invited lecture, 4th Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, Conference Proceedings p. 37, 29 September – 3 October 2004, Kusadasi/Aydin, Turkey.

43.    Heavy metals in foods, C. A. Georgiou, Developments in the Field of Food Contaminants, book of abstract, p. 139, October 23, 2004, Athens.

44.    Bioluminescent whole cell biosensors for environmental toxicity assessment, C. A. Georgiou and B. Bugarski, Invited lecture, Applications of Immobilisation/Bioencapsulation in Medicine, Pharmacy, Food Technology and Biotechnology, book of Abstracts p.7, 25 – 27 June 2004, Belgrade, Serbia – Montenegro.

45.    Developments in monitoring methods for nutrient solutions, C. A. Georgiou, Invited lecture, Nutrient, Substrate and Water Management in Protected Cropping Systems, 2003 Dahlia Greidinger Symposium, book of Abstracts p. 72, 7 – 10 December 2003, Izmir, Turkey.

46.    Analytical chemistry in Balkan and east mediterranean countries during 1994 – 2001, N. S. Thomaidis, C. A. Georgiou and A. C. Calokerinos, Opening lecture, 3rd Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, Conference Proceedings p. 19, 29 September – 2 October 2002, Polihnitos, Lesvos, Greece.

47.    Early-warning system in the environment based on electrochemical biosensors and enzyme inhibition effect, S. Dzyadevych, V. Arkhypova, A. El'skaya, N. Jaffrezic-Renault, C. Martelet, J.-M. Chovelon, C. A. Georgiou and A. Soldatkin, 3rd Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, Conference Proceedings, p. 425, 29 September – 2 October 2002, Polihnitos, Lesvos, Greece.

48.    pH effects on total antioxidant activity (TAA) determination, E. P. Labrinea and C. A. Georgiou, 3rd Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, Conference Proceedings p. 210-211, 29 September – 2 October 2002, Polihnitos, Lesvos, Greece.

49.    Portable analysers for olive oil quality assessment, C. A. Georgiou, Invited lecture, 2nd Altinoluk International Symposium on Olive Oil, Conference Proceedings p.128-138, 17 – 19 October 2001, Altinoluk, Turkey.

50.    Analytical Raman spectroscopy, C. A. Georgiou, Invited lecture, 1st Black Sea Basin Conference on Analytical Chemistry, book of abstracts p. 48-49, 11 – 15 September 2001, Odessa, Ukraine.

51.    Olive oil analysis by flow injection, C. A. Georgiou, Invited lecture, 2nd Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, abstracts published in the Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology of Balikesir University, Vol. 2, p. 5-6, 1 – 4 November 2000, Ayvalik, Turkey.

52.    Determination of olive oil 2-thiobarbituric acid reactive substances by parallel flow injection, N. S. Thomaidis, P. G. Nouros, M. G. Polissiou and C. A. Georgiou, 8th International Conference on Flow Analysis, book of abstracts p. 93, 25 – 29 June 2000 Warsaw, Poland.

53.    Direct olive oil anisidine value determination by flow injection, E. P. Labrinea, N. S. Thomaidis and C. A. Georgiou, 2nd International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-East European Countries. Chemical Sciences and Industry, book of abstracts PO32, 6 – 9 June 2000, Halkidiki, Greece.

54.    Determination of ciprofloxacin in pharmaceutical solid dosage forms by FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, 2nd International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-East European Countries. Chemical Sciences and Industry, book of abstracts PO661, 6 – 9 June 2000, Halkidiki, Greece.

55.    Development of automated flow injection methods for olive oil analysis, N. S. Thomaidis, P.  G. Nouros, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, 1st International Conference on Instrumental Methods of Analysis: Modern Trends and Applications, Conference Proceedings p. 496 – 499, 19 – 22 September 1999, Halkidiki, Greece.

56.    Quantitative determination of diazinon in pesticide formulations by FT-Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, 1st International Conference on Instrumental Methods of Analysis: Modern Trends and Applications, Conference Proceedings p.186-190, 19 – 22 September 1999, Halkidiki, Greece.

57.    Direct olive oil iodine value determination by parallel multichannel flow injection, N. S. Thomaidis and C. A. Georgiou, 10th International Conference on Flow Injection Analysis, book of abstracts p. 70, 20 – 25 June 1999, Prague, Czech Republic.

58.    Quantitative determination of the pyrethroid insecticide cypermethrin by FT-Raman spectroscopy, E. A. Boukouvalas, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, 1st International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-East European Countries. Chemical Sciences and Industry, book of abstracts PO459, 1 – 4 June 1998, Halkidiki, Greece.

59.    Fenthion quantitation by Fourier transforms Raman spectroscopy, S. G. Skoulika, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polissiou, 1st International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-East European Countries. Chemical Sciences and Industry, book of abstracts PO527, 1 – 4 June 1998, Halkidiki, Greece.

60.    Automated flow injection spectrophotometric determination of olive oil free fatty acid content and comparison with FT-IR method, P. G. Nouros, C. A. Georgiou, and M. G. Polissiou, 7th European Conference on Spectroscopy of Biological Molecules, p 497-498 in Spectroscopy of biological molecules: modern trends, P. Carmona R. Navarro and A. Hernanz (Eds), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997, Netherlands.

61.    Automated Spectrophotometric determination of acidity of olive oil with flow injection analysis and comparison with infrared spectroscopy to transform fourier method, P. G. Nouros, C. A. Georgiou and M. G. Polisiou, 17th Panhellenic Chemistry Conference,  proceedings, 614-617, 1-5 December 1996, Patras.

62.    Determination of binding constants of dyes and micromolecules with cyclodextrins using flow-injection gradient technique, M. Georgiou, C. A. Georgiou and M. Koupparis, Biosensors and Flow Injection Analysis in Bioprocess Control Conference, book of abstracts, 6 – 9 April 1992, Freising, Germany.

63.    Studies of complex of cyclodextrins with the technique of dynamic dialysis - flow injection analysis, E.E. Sideris, C. A. Georgiou, P. Mahairas and M. A. Koupparis, 5th Panellinic Symposium of Medicinal Chemistry, book of abstracts, 7-8 December 1991, Athens.

64.     Evaluation of automated flow stopped flow analyser in routine analysis, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, 3rd International Symposium on Kinetics in Analytical Chemistry, book of abstracts, 25 – 28 September 1989, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia.

65.    Kinetic spectrophotometric determinations of drugs based on their reaction with 1fluoro2,4dinitrobenzene using flow stopped flow technique, C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, 3rd International Symposium on Kinetics in Analytical Chemistry, book of abstracts, 25 – 28 September 1989, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia.

66.    Automated determination of aminofen, hydrochloric isoxsuprine and others substituted phenols with the method of flow injection analysis, based on their oxidative condensation with 1-nitroso-2-vaftholi presence of Ce (IV) or Pb (IV), C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, 12th Panellenic Chemistry Conference, proceedings volume B, p. 694 – 698, 21-25 November 1988, Thessaloniki, Greece.

67.    Automated determination of amines and their hydrochloric salts with non-aqueous spectrophotometric flow injection pseudotitrations. C. A. Georgiou and M. A. Koupparis, 4th Panellenic Drug Conference, proceedings, p. 694 – 698, 21-23 May 1988, Athens, Greece.

 

REVIEWER for SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS

Analytica Chimica Acta (NL) // Analytical Chemistry (USA) // Analytical Methods (UK) // Journal of Parmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis (NL) // Applied Spectroscopy (USA) // Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology (USA) // Biosensors and Bioelectronics (NL) // Acta Amazonica (BR) // Agronomy Journal (USA) // Agricultural Engineering International (USA) // Animal Feed Science and Technology (NL) // Annali di Chimica (IT) // Chemical Industry & Chemical Engineering Quarterly (SR) // Chemical Papers (SL) // European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology (DE) // Energy and Fuels (USA) // Food Analytical Methods (USA) // Food Chemistry (NL) // Food Research International (CA) // Fuel (NL) // Grasas y Aceites (ES) // Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies (NL) // Instrumentation Science & Technology (UK) // International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry (SWI) // International Journal of Food Science and Technology (UK) // Journal of Agricultural Science (USA) // Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (USA) // Journal of Food Science (USA) // Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society (USA) // Journal of Chemical Education (USA) // Journal of Food Engineering (USA) // Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry (NL) // Journal of Raman Spectroscopy (USA) // Journal of Solution Chemistry (DE) // Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society (BR) // Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology of Balikesir University (TK) // Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology (USA) // Luminescence: The Journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence (UK) // Microchimica Acta (DE) // Molecules (USA) // PLOS ONE, (USA) //  Spectroscopy Letters (NL) // Sensors and Actuators: B. Chemical (NL) // Talanta (NL) // Vibrational Spectroscopy (NL)

 

ORGANIZATION of CONFERENCES

1.        Enzymes for Lean Green Food Production – A Lean Green Approach, 11-13 June 2013, Chalkidiki, Greece, European Union initial training network conference, Chairman.

2.       12th International Conference of Flow Analysis, 23 – 28 September 2012, Thessaloniki, Greece, Organizing committee.

3.       6th International Conference on Instrumental Methods of Analysis, ΙΜΑ 2009, Athens, Greece, Organizing committee.

4.       3rd International Conference on Water science and Technology, 16 – 19 October 2008, Athens, Greece, Scientific committee.

5.       Dahlia Greidinger Symposium on Advanced Technologies for Monitoring Nutrient and Water Availability to Plants, 12 – 14 March 2007, Haifa, Israel, Scientific committee.

6.       1st South East European Countries Water Conference “AQUA2005”, 21 – 23 October 2005, Athens, Greece. Organizing committee.

7.       Applications of Immobilisation/Bioencapsulation in Medicine, Pharmacy, Food Technology and Biotechnology, 25-27 June 2004, Belgrade, Serbia – Montenegro. Scientific committee.

8.       I am involved in the establishment of the Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days. Starting from the 3rd Aegean Analytical Chemistry Days, 29 September - 2 October 2002, Polihnitos, Lesvos, Greece that was organized by me, I continually contribute as chairman, member of the scientific and steering comities to all seven conferences organized biannually between the two nations aiming to bring them together through analytical science.

9.       1st Black Sea Basin Conference on Analytical Chemistry 11 – 15 September 2001, Odessa, Ukraine. Scientific committee.

10.    4th Panhellenic Congress in Biotechnology and Food Technology, 11 - 13 October 2013, Athens, Greece, Scientific committee.

11.   4th National Metrology Conference, 3 – 4 February 2012, Athens Greece, Scientific committee.

12.   3rd Greek Lipid Forum Conference, 15 – 16 June 2009, Athens, Greece, Scientific committee

13.   2nd Panhellenic Congress in Biotechnology and Food Technology, 29 – 31 March 2007, Athens, Greece. Scientific committee.

14.   1st Panhellenic Congress in Biotechnology and Food Technology, 20-24 March 2005, Athens, Greece. Scientific committee.

15.   18th Conference of the Association of Greek Chemists on Instrumental Methods of Analysis and Laboratory Accreditation, 10 – 13 March 2001, Piraeus, Greece. Organizing committee.

 


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