in Laboratory of Inorganic Materials Technology
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Charalampia-Stamatia Kalogirou has acquired a Diploma in Chemical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). Her PhD thesis is currently under the supervision of Professor C. Argirusis and is focused on degradation of polymers by advanced oxidation processes. The research is focused on the degradation of polymers through a combination of sonochemical and photocatalytic techniques. Her scientific impact counters 1 journal publication, 3 participation in international and 1 in national conferences. Her research interests are photochemistry, sonochemistry and the quantitive spectroscopic technique XPS.
Publications and Conferences
 G. Sourkouni, Ch. Kalogirou, Ph. Moritz, A. Gödde, P.K. Pandis, O. Höfft, S. Vouyiouka, A.A. Zorpas, Chr. Argirusis, Study on the influence of advanced treatment processes on the surface properties of polylactic acid for a bio-based circular economy for plastics, 2021 Ultrasonics Sonochemistry
 Surface properties of PLA after treatment with different advanced oxidation processes, 6th International Symposium on Surface Imaging/Spectroscopy at the Solid/Liquid Interface, 6th – 9th June 2021, Cracow, Poland
 CAN ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESSES ENABLE BIODEGRADATION OF PLASTICS BY SURFACE ACTIVATION? 7th International Conference on Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management, Chania, Crete, Greece 27 – 30 July, 2021
 PRE-TREATMENT PROCESSES FOR THE BIO-DEGRADATION OF PLA-PLASTICS Lower Saxony Materials Technology Symposium, 25 – 26 February 2021