I received a Diploma (1996) and PhD (2002) in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. I hold eight training certificates on Aspen Plus issued by Aspentech (2015-2023) and a professional development certificate on effective teaching issued by the UK Higher Education Academy (2016). I was appointed as an Honorary Associate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Colleage of Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering (2017) and Research Affiilate of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2017).
From 2002 to 2013 I worked as a researcher in academia and consultant engineer in the private sector participating in more than 40 projects in a number of countries. I was appointed as Pre-Accession Advisor at the Ministry of Environment of Slovakia (2004-2005) and Romania (2006-2007) for the preparations of the countries for the EU membership. I have been Director of the SC European Focus Consulting SRL and SC Zeus Works SRL (Romania), working on the preparation and management of projects funded by the European Commission.
- Membrane bioreactor and advanced oxidation processes for combined treatment of synthetic wastewater containing naproxen, bisphenol A, and sulfamethoxazole
- Kanafin Yerkanat N, Satayeva Aliya, Abdirova Perizat, Inglezakis Vassilis J, Arkhangelsky Elizabeth, Poulopoulos Stavros G
- Journal of Water Process Engineering Vol 55 (2023)
- Chemical engineering beyond Earth : astrochemical engineering in the Space Age
- Inglezakis Vassilis J, Rapp Donald, Razis Panos, Zorpas Antonis A
- Sustainability Vol 15 (2023)
- Process analysis and comparative assessment of advanced thermochemical pathways for e-kerosene production
- Atsonios Konstantinos, Li Jun, Inglezakis Vassilis J
- Energy Vol 278 (2023)
- Metaverse and circular economy
- Papamichael Iliana, Pappas Georgios, Siegel Joshua E, Inglezakis Vassilis J, Demetriou Giorgos, Zorpas Antonis A, Hadjisavvas Constantinos
- Waste Management and Research (2023)
- Efficient mercury removal from water by using modified natural zeolites and comparison to commercial adsorbents
- Inglezakis Vassilis J, Kudarova Aliya, Guney Almira, Kinayat Nurassyl, Tauanov Zhandos
- Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy Vol 32 (2023)
- Structural, morphological and physiochemical analysis of SiC8H20O4/C2H5O/C7H16 modified mesoporous silica aerogels
- Akhter Faheem, Soomro Suhail Ahmed, Jamali Abdul Rauf, Inglezakis Vassilis J
- Physical Chemistry Research Vol 11, pp. 1-8 (2023)
My teaching experience includes Process Design & Simulation, Separation Processes, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, Engineering Economics and Safety Engineering & Risk Management.
I had been adviser to the Americal Institure of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Students Chapter at Nazarbayev University. The Chapter received the award of the Outstanding Chapter for three consequtive years from the AIChE (2016-2018).
My area of research is in the broader area of Environmental Chemical Engineering, covering water/wastewater treatment, porous materials and nanocomposites, valorisation of CO2 for the production of fuels (simulation), adsorption process (including modelling) soil pollution and waste management. Currently I am focusing on porous nanocomposites applications in catalytic and non-catalytic reactions, vulnerability of city water systems and applications of chemical engineering in extraterrestrial environments with particular interest on Mars (simulation).
- EPSRC Core equipment - Benchtop X-Ray Diffractometer
- Neagu, Dragos (Principal Investigator) Hamilton, Andrea (Co-investigator) Craig, Gavin (Co-investigator) Ivaturi, Aruna (Co-investigator) Zhang, Xiaolei (Co-investigator) Inglezakis, Vasileios (Co-investigator) Fletcher, Ashleigh (Co-investigator) Roy, Sudipta (Co-investigator) Massabuau, Fabien (Co-investigator) Rahimi, Salaheddin (Co-investigator) Steedman, Andrew (Co-investigator)
- The project aThe instrument is a Benchtop X-Ray Diffractometer, which is a device that can analyse the structure and composition of various materials. It can provide data on crystal and molecular structure, phase identification and quantification, and crystallite size and strain. It is suitable for a wide range of inorganic and organic materials in different forms, such as powders, films, or solids. The instrument is compact, fast, easy to use, and low-cost, making it ideal for routine and high-throughput analysis. It can support research in many fields, such as materials science, engineering, chemistry, energy, and healthcare.
The instrument was acquired through an EPSRC Core Equipment fund, with an internally allocated £64k from the University of Strathclyde
- Copper-Based Co-Catalysts for Photoelectrochemical CO2 Reduction into Fuels and Chemicals
- Neagu, Dragos (Principal Investigator) Inglezakis, Vasileios (Co-investigator) Mulheran, Paul (Co-investigator)
- 01-Jan-2022 - 31-Jan-2024