Petros Samaras


P. Samaras received his M.S. and Ph.D. in the Department of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is Dr. Chemical Engineer, professor of Water Technology and Environmental Protection, at the Department of Food Technology, of the Technological Education Institute of Thessaloniki. He has participated in more than 40 national and international research and demonstration projects, funded by E.U. and from local sources (ministries, industries, companies etc.). He has over than 100 publications in journals; more than 100 presentations at international conferences; 6 chapters in books; 1 EU patent. Reviewer of research project proposals in EU and Greece; Consulting engineer in public/private enterprises related to the examination of water-wastewater quality, control/optimization of the operation of WWTPs and energy recovery from byproducts.

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His research interests focus on development and application of physical, chemical and biological methods for monitoring/control/management of water and wastewaters treatment towards the separation of solids and dissolved organic substances and nutrients and energy recovery from byproducts. Application of bioassays for the assessment of the ecotoxic properties of solid wastes, water and wastewaters.

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