Georgiadis Michael


  • Diploma of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 1992
  • Master of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK 1995
  • PhD, Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK 1998

Research Interests

  • Optimal Design and Control of Advanced Energy Systems
  • Modelling, simulation and Dynamic Optimization of Separation Processes.
  • Applications of Mixed Integer Linear and Non-linear Programming.

Selected Publications

  • N.E. Koltsaklis, A.S. Dagoumas, G.M. Kopanos, E.N. Pistikopoulos, M.C. Georgiadis, "A spatial multi-period long-term energy planning model: A case study of the Greek power system", Applied Energy, 115: 456-482 (2014).
  • P. Liu, M.C. Georgiadis, E.N. Pistikopoulos, "An energy systems engineering approach for the design and operation of microgrids in residential applications", Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 91: 2054-2069 (2013).
  • C. Ziogou, S. Papadopoulou, M.C. Georgiadis, S. Voutetakis, "On-line nonlinear model predictive control of a PEM fuel cell system" Journal of Process Control, 23: 483-492 (2013).
  • G.M. Kopanos, L. Puigjaner, M.C. Georgiadis, "Effcient mathematical frameworks for detailed production scheduling in food processing industries", Computers & Chemical Engineering, 42: 206 (2012).
  • G.M. Kopanos, M.C. Georgiadis, E.N. Pistikopoulos, "Energy Production Planning of a Network of Micro Combined Heat and Power Generators", Applied Energy, 102: 1522 (2013).

Curriculum vitae


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About PSDI

PSDI laboratory mainly targets focused research and industrial projects in the area of modeling, design, optimization and control of chemical and energy conversion processes. Also has developed expertise in the design, construction and automation of chemical and power production pilot plants through numerous industrial projects.

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  • Catalytic processes – Pilot scale testing
  • Automation and control systems for complex production units
  • Modeling and optimal design of processes
  • Advanced Process Control (APC) of chemical energy systems

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