about svp

Dr. Spiros V. Paras is Professor at the Chemical Engineering Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece. He holds a Diploma in Chemical Engineering from AUTh, as well as a MSc degree from the University of Washington, Seattle, USA and a PhD degree from AUTh, Greece.

He has been the instructor of courses on multiphase and biomedical flows and on measuring techniques. He supervises the chemical engineering lab II and the senior student project on chemical product and plant design

and optimisation.

His main research interests are in the fields of multi-phase flow with emphasis on process equipment design, CFD, as well as in process modelling and simulation. He has the supervision of  several research programmes.

    Recent research projects
Effect of physical properties on gas-liquid co-current stratified flow. Herakleitos-EPEAEK II.
2005-2008 Study and design of novel compact heat exchangers (CHE). PENED -2003
2006-2008 Study of rheological behaviour of nanofluids and of their effect on heat transfer in CHEs. Joint Project with the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
2012-2015 Designing and evaluation of a novel generation of dental materials for bioactive molecule-based tissue engineering and regeneration of the dentin-pulp complex. ARISTEIA I.
2012-2014 Rheological study of μ-channels and their application to heat management of fuel cells. Joint Project with the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.