Personal Information
Michail Georgakis

Chemical Engineering School, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece

Michail Georgakis
to 2012, Doctorate in Chemical Engineering [Theoretical Chemistry] , Greece
to 2001, MSc in Chemical Engineering , Greece
Work Experiences
From 2004 to 2010, Researcher , Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
From 2015 to present, Principal Scientist and Owner ,
From 2004 to present, Principal Scientist and Owner ,
From 2015 to present, Scientific Instructor/ Lecturer and Scientist , London Training for Excellence []
From 2017 to present, Principal Scientist, Scientific Instructor/ Trainer and Partner ,
From 2016 to 2016, Ionic Liquid screening for detection of organic compounds , Bio detector application at ppm level. Computational Chemistry investigation. SinodosChemistry project.
From 2016 to 2017, Ionic Liquid based nano CBD purification , Ionic Liquid based novel purification [extraction/ adsorption] by means of Theoretical Chemistry investigations. Molecular Dynamics study via HyperChem. A SinodosChemistry project.
From 2016 to 2016, Carbon Dioxide removal from cooking emissions , Theoretical chemistry investigation of ten solid adsorbents for the combined CO2 and VOC removal from cooking emissions. A SinodosChemistry project
From 2015 to 2015, Conductive composite properties modification , A theoretical chemistry investigation for the modification of electric condunctivity of a group of polymeric composites. CFD and molecular modeling investigations via SimScale and HyperChem, respectively. A SinodosChemistry project
From 2015 to 2014, PEBAX membranes for removal of acidic content from natural gas streams , A combined experimental/ theoretical investigation on the properties of various PEBAX grades composite membranes for H2S and CO2 removal from acidic natural gas streams. A SinodosChemistry/ UAE university project.
From 2004 to 2011, Hydrogen Adsortpion in microporous carbonaceous adsorbents , Theoretical Chemistry investigations into the physisorption and chemisorption of hydorgen into microporous carbonaceous adsorbents. Molecular Dynamics simulations via HyperChem and ADF. An Aristotle University project.
From 2012 to 2015, CO2 removal from atmospheric environments [outdoors] , Theoretical investigation of CO2 adsortpion and storage by a variety of solid and liquid adsorbents. Ab Initio and Molecular Dynamics simulations via HyperChem. A SinodosChemistry project
From 2007 to 2010, Optimization of acrylic films forming in mold , A combined experimental/ theoretical investigation for the optimization of final product formation in a hot mold. A project
From 2016 to present, Conductive polymer synthesis , A theoretical investigation of a synthetic procefure for the synthesis of a conductive [in one direction] polymer based on the effect of external fields during injection molding. A SinodosChemistry project.
Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Hydrogen Storage
Microporous Materials
Mesoporous Materials
Physical Processes Simulation
Chemical Processes Simulation
Carbon Dioxide capture
Solid adsorbents
Ionic Liquids simulations
VOC capture
Chemical Engineering
Atomistic simulations
Journal Articles
• M. Georgakis, G. Stavropoulos, G. P. Sakellaropoulos, “Molecular Dynamics study of Hydrogen adsorption in carbonaceous microporous materials and the effect of oxygen functional groups”, International Journal Of Hydrogen Energy, 32 (2007) 1999-2004
• M. Georgakis, G. Stavropoulos, G. P. Sakellaropoulos, “Predictions of hydrogen adsorption in microporous carbons via molecular dynamics simulations and a suggestion for a hydrogen storage medium”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 32 (2007) 3465-3470
• M. Georgakis, G. Stavropoulos, G. P. Sakellaropoulos, “Alteration of graphene based slit pores and the effect on hydrogen molecular adsorption: A simulation study”, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 191 (2014) 67-73
Conference Papers
• Μ. Georgakis, G. Stavropoulos, G.P. Sakellaropoulos. A study of the absorbed phase in micropores by molecular simulation. Proc. 5th Panhellenic Conf. of Chem. Eng., Thessaloniki, May 2005, p.73
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