Dionysios Dionysiou is a Professor in the School of Energy, Environmental, Biological and Medical Engineering. His diverse research interests include a broad range of physical chemical treatment processes including advanced oxidation technologies and UV and solar light-based remediation processes. Professor Dionysiou’s research has addressed treatment of contaminants of emerging concern; remediation of harmful algal blooms/cyanotoxins; transition metal-based chemical oxidation; environmental nanotechnology; interfacial phenomena in environmental systems; and water sustainability. His research has already resulted in over 140 refereed journal publications, 11 book chapters, 14 editorials and more than 400 presentations, all over a span of only 12 years. He is also very active in leadership within our profession. He currently serves on the editorial boards of nine journals, is associate editor or editor for three other journals. Moreover, he has been instrumental in reviving, expanding and solidifying the Environmental Chemistry Division of ACS.
ARCADIS/AEESP Frontier in Research Award
Dionysios Dionysiou, University of Cincinnati
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