Dr Evangelos Papaioannou
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- Address: School of Engineering
University of Newcastle
Newcastle upon Tyne
Dr Evangelos Papaioannou finished his studies in Materials Science at the University of Patras in 2005. In 2007 he obtained an MSc at the department of Chemical engineering in Patras. He completed his PhD at the same department three years later, in 2010. His thesis was on the materials fabrication using plasma sputtering and the study of electrochemical promotion of catalysis utilizing thin films.
He worked as post-doctoral research associate at the department of Chemical Engineering for one and a half years under the supervision of Professor C.G. Vayenas. During this time his research interests was lying in the area of catalysis, electrocatalysis and fuel cell performance.
From 2012 to 2017 Dr Papaioannou was a PDRA in the Applications of Ion Transport Group at Newcastle University under the supervision of Professor Ian S. Metcalfe. During that time he worked on novel catalysts as energy materials, high temperature membranes for energy applications and CO2/NOx capture and hydrogen production in low carbon energy systems.
In August 2017 Dr Papaioannou joined the School of Engineering at Newcastle University as a lecturer in Chemical Engineering continuing his research in multifunctional energy materials and separation processes. He is also a member of the ‘Materials, Concepts and Reaction Engineering’ group within his school.
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- Patrício SG, Papaioannou EI, Ray BM, Metcalfe IS, Marques FMB. Composite CO2 separation membranes: Insights on kinetics and stability. Journal of Membrane Science 2017, 541, 253-261.
- Neagu D, Papaioannou E, Ramli W, Miller D, Murdoch B, Menard H, Umar A, Barlow A, Cumpson P, Irvine J, Metcalfe I. Demonstration of chemistry at a point through restructuring and catalytic activation at anchored nanoparticles. Nature Communications 2017, 8, 1855.
- Papaioannou EI, Bachmann C, Neumeier JJ, Frankel D, Over H, Janek J, Metcalfe IS. The role of the three-phase boundary of the platinum-support interface in catalysis: A model catalyst kinetic study. ACS Catalysis 2016, 6, 5865–5872.
- Zhang G, Papaioannou EI, Metcalfe IS. Selective, high-temperature permeation of nitrogen oxides using a supported molten salt membrane. Energy and Environmental Science 2015, 8(4), 1220-1223.
- Papaioannou EI, Qi H, Metcalfe IS. 'Uphill' Permeation of Carbon Dioxide Across A Composite Molten Salt-Ceramic Membrane. Journal of Membrane Science 2015, 485, 87-93.
- Patrício SG, Papaioannou E, Zhang G, Metcalfe IS, Marques FMB. High performance composite CO2 separation membranes. Journal of Membrane Science 2014, 471, 211–218.