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Distinctions-Awards

This section presents distinctions and awards received by the members of FORTH/ICE-HT during the last years and, specifically, it includes distinctions of papers in scientific journals or conferences, awards in scientific competitions, distinctions or awards of scientific organization/association, funding important R&D projects, honorary positions and honorary fellowships.

 

2021

  • Prof. Athanasios Nenes was elected as an Ordinary Member of the Academia Europaea
    Nenes A. Prof. Athanasios Nenes, Affiliated Scientist of FORTH/ICE-HT, Coordinating Member of the Center for the Study of Air Quality and Climate Change (C-STACC) and Professor at the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland was elected by Academia Europaea as an Ordinary member of the Academy.

    he formal welcome and introduction ceremony will be held during the annual conference event of the Academy, that will take place in Barcelona, in October 19-21, 2022.

 

2020

  • Prof. Athanasios Nenes selected as a Highly Cited Researcher by WoS
    Nenes A. Prof. Athanasios Nenes, Affiliated Scientist of FORTH/ICE-HT, Coordinating Member of the Center for the Study of Air Quality and Climate Change (C-STACC) and Professor at the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland has been selected as a Highly Cited Researcher in the field of Geosciences by Web of Science (WoS). The methodology of this selection is based on the number of his publications and citations, those published and cited during 2009-2019, regarding the population of Researchers in the same field. It is also based on the number of highly cited papers that he has published (Source: Highly Cited Researchers Powered by Web of Science). It is a great honor for Prof. Nenes, as WoS is a widely recognized and reliable platform for the evaluation of scientific work for every Researcher worldwide.

  • Prof. Athanasios Nenes was elected a 2020 AGU Fellow
    Nenes A. Prof. Athanasios Nenes, Affiliated Scientist of FORTH/ICE-HT, Coordinating Member of the Center for the Study of Air Quality and Climate Change (C-STACC) and Professor at the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland was elected by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fellows Committee as a member of the 2020 class of AGU Fellows.

    The AGU Fellows program was established in 1962 and recognizes AGU members who have made exceptional contributions to Earth and space science through a breakthrough, discovery, or innovation in their field. This honor is bestowed on only to 0.1% of AGU members in any given year.

    Since the AGU Fall Meeting for 2020 will take place online, a virtual ceremony to recognize the new Union Fellows will be held on Wednesday, 9 December 2020.

  • Graphene as effective anti-fading agent for the protection of artworks
    Galiotis The research group of Prof. Costas Galiotis, collaborating faculty member of FORTH/ICE-HT, the University of Florence and the Patras Science Park collaborated in a joint research project with the acronym "GRAPHENART", funded by ERC-PoC, in order to develop multi-functional graphene 'veils' and also paints that incorporate graphene, to provide protection to works of art against UV radiation, oxidation, moisture and many other corrosion agents. This technique is applicable to both old and modern works of art and, particularly, colour paintings. Details of this project have recently appeared in CORDIS, which is the main communication medium of the DG-Research of EU.

    This research work has already been patented in Greece (HIPO 1009757), and, with the financial assistance of the Bodossaki Foundation, an international application (PCT) has also been filed and is currently under examination.

  • The Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal 2021 to Prof. Spyros Pandis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Pandis S. The European Geosciences Union (EGU) will award the Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal for 2021 to Prof. Spyros Pandis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH / ICE-HT, coordinating member of the Center for the Study of Air Quality and Climate Change (C-STACC) and Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of the University of Patras. The award is the highest distinction offered in the field of Atmospheric Sciences in Europe. The award ceremony will take place during the EGU Annual Assembly, April 25-30, 2021.


  • Horizon magazine features the ERC project PyroTRACH
    PyroTRACH (picture by Spiro Jorga) The EU Research and Innovation magazine Horizon featured the ERC project PyroTRACH that is hosted by the Center for Studies of Air Quality and Climate Change (C-STACC) of the Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences (FORTH/ICE-HT) in Patras. The article, titled 'Four times more toxic: How wildfire smoke ages over time', presents an interview with the primary investigator of PyroTRACH and affiliated researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, Prof. Athanasios Nenes, and discusses research results from the projects and the considerable impacts of wildfires and biomass burning on climate and health.


  • Featured Article by Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    InBackCover Researchers of FORTH / ICE-HT published their research results as a featured article in the scientific journal Energy & Environmental Science. The title of the article is:

    "Printed recyclable and self-poled polymer piezoelectric generators through single-walled carbon nanotube templating",

    Energy & Environmental Science, 13(3): 868-883 (2020)

    by Shepelin N. A., Sherrell P. C., Goudeli E., Skountzos E. N., Lussini V. C., Dicinoski G .W., Shapter J. G., and Ellis A. V.

    The artwork has been chosen to appear on the inside back cover of issue 3 of the journal.


  • ERC featured FORTH/ICE-HT article
    A. Nenes Copyright Alain Herzog / EPFL The European Research Council recently featured a study at the high impact journal in atmospheric sciences, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, on the lidar remote sensing of ice nuclei with the participation of FORTH/ICE-HT in Patras (Center for the Study of Air Quality and Climate Change, C-STACC, article co-authored by Prof. A. Nenes) in collaboration with the National Observatory of Athens, Institute TROPOS, the Cyprus Institute and other organizations. The ability to remotely sense ice nuclei constitutes a key source of information, which is largely lacking, for improving and evaluating cloud formation in regional and global climate models.
    The study presented work on remotely sensing ice nuclei and evaluating them with in-situ observations obtained with drones, and concludes by exploring the possibility of obtaining global distributions using NASA satellite products.
    The relevant article is entitled
    Retrieval of ice-nucleating particle concentrations from lidar observations and comparison with UAV in situ measurements
    Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 11315-11342, 2019
    by: Eleni Marinou, Matthias Tesche, Athanasios Nenes, Albert Ansmann, Jann Schrod, Dimitra Mamali, Alexandra Tsekeri, Michael Pikridas, Holger Baars, Ronny Engelmann, Kalliopi-Artemis Voudouri, Stavros Solomos, Jean Sciare, Silke Groß, Florian Ewald, and Vassilis Amiridis.

  • Professor and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT Costas Galiotis was awarded by Academy of Athens
    Galiotis The Award of Excellence in Natural Sciences of the Academy of Athens for the year 2020 was given to Dr. Costas Galiotis, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences of the Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas (FORTH/ICE-HT) for his research in the areas of materials science and technology and in particular for his great contribution to a deeper understanding of the structure and mechanical properties of graphene. The ceremony, initially scheduled for March 24, was canceled due to restrictive measures for the coronavirus pandemic.

  • H2020 Project in Regenerative Medicine for the development of complex joint implants (JointPromise)
    JointPromise The Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences of the Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH/ICE-HT), located in Patras, Greece, is partner in the recently funded H2020 project JointPromise (844837), with total budget of 8 million Euros, aiming at the development of complex joint implants that will possess the spatially inbuilt biological information for the regeneration of osteochondral defects, a currently unmet clinical need. To this end, skeletal organoids will be used as building blocks. Furthermore, the project will standardize the entire process, involving automated robotic, bioprinting and bioreactor technologies, enabling its systematic translation to clinical practice. JointPromise brings together six academic and industrial partners that are active in the fields of Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine. More specifically, apart from FORTH/ICE-HT, the project consortium comprises KU Leuven (Belgium) - Coordinator, Fraunhofer Institute (Germany), Maastricht University (Netherlands) and the companies Poietis (France) and StemCellTechnologies (UK). Principal Investigator of the FORTH/ICE-HT activity in the project is the newly appointed Assistant Researcher of the Institute, Dr. Ioannis Papantoniou, who has had significant activity in this research field. The research teams of Dr. M. Klapa, Dr. V. Burganos and Prof. N. Moschonas are also participating. This research activity has already been recognized by the Greek press.

 

2019

  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Prof. Christopoulos' group received the Best Poster Presentation Award for the poster entitled:
    Award "Assessment of Milk Pasteurization Using a Smartphone or a Conventional Digital Camera"
    by Areti Sevastou, Sotirios S. Tragouias, Despina . Kalogianni and Theodore . Christopoulos,

    presented during the 11th International Conference on Instrumental Methods of Analysis: Modern Trends and Applications (IMA-2019),
    held in Ioannina, Greece
    from 22 to 25 September 2019.
    Dr. T. K. Christopoulos is Professor at the Department of Chemistry, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT.

  • Paper in Forefront by Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    The research paper proposing a novel device as a useful analytical tool for Precision Medicine of breast cancer by Dr. T. K. Christopoulos, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras & Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT and his collaborators was published as a "Paper in Forefront" in the scientific journal Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry with the title:
    "Paper-based device providing visual genetic signatures for precision medicine. Application to breast cancer",
    Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry, 411: 3769-3776 (2019)
    by Galaziou A., Christopoulos T. K., and Ioannou P. C.

    The definition of the "Paper in Forefront" by the publisher of the scientific journal is following one: "Paper in Forefront: Guided by the peer reviews, the Editors select a number of exceptional papers for very rapid publication as Papers in Forefront. These articles are given priority treatment, and they are printed prominently at the front of a journal issue."

  • Publication in a high-impact scientific journal by Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Researchers of FORTH / ICE-HT published in the high-impact scientific journal Nature Communications a study demonstrating that in-situ uniaxial tensile testing combined with Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) at room temperature can be employed to highlight the formation of complex morphologies in graphene flakes, such as the creation of mosaic patterns, entitled:
    "Mosaic pattern formation in exfoliated graphene by mechanical deformation",
    Nature Comms, 10: Article number: 1572 (2019)
    by Pastore Carbone M.G., Manikas A.C., Souli I., Pavlou C., and Galiotis C.
    Graphene
    Copyright 2019, Springer Nature Publishing AG
    This study opens a whole dearth of new applications in the area of nano-fluidics but also in photo-electronics and sensor technologies.

  • Featured Article by Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Collaborating Faculty Members and researchers of FORTH / ICE-HT published their research results as a featured article in the Nanoscale. The title of the article is:
    "3-Arm star pyrene-functional PMMAs for efficient exfoliation of graphite in chloroform: fabrication of graphene-reinforced fibrous veils,"
    Nanoscale, 11, 915-931 (2019)
    by Gkermpoura, S.S., Papadimitriou, K.D., Skountzos, E.N., Polyzos, I., Pastore Carbone, M.G., Kotrotsos, A., Mavrantzas, V.G., Galiotis, C., Tsitsilianis, C.
    Nanoscale

    Reproduced from NANOSCALE, Vol.: 11 Iss.: 3 inside back cover, by permission from The Royal Society of Chemistry
    The artwork has been chosen to appear on the inside back cover of issue 3 of the journal.

    Short revision of the article:
    Tailor-made, well-defined, 3-arm, star-shaped pyrene-functional PMMAs were designed as dispersing agents for the liquid phase exfoliation of graphite. Stable few-layered graphene sheets were achieved in chloroform, with very low polymer/graphite mass ratio. Additionally, detailed all-atom Molecular Dynamic simulations were performed to provide insights into the exfoliation mechanism. Finally, the G@(PMMA-Py)3 hybrids were successfully incorporated into a PMMA matrix by electrospinning to fabricate graphene-based nanocomposite fibrous veils. The PMMA/G@(PMMA-Pyn)3 elecrospun fiber mats exhibit a modulus enhanced by a factor of 4.4 for the 1.5 wt.% G@(PMMA-Pyn)3 nanocomposite.

 

2018

  • Featured Article by Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    CoverPage Work related to the laser-assisted transformation of graphitic materials to graphene-like structures, by Dr. S. N. Yannopoulos and collaborators, was published as a featured article in the Nanotechnology journal, entitled:

    "Laser-induced transformation of graphitic materials to two-dimensional graphene-like structures at ambient conditions",

    Nanotechnology, 29(38): art. no. 384001 (2018)

    by Antonelou A., Benekou V., Dracopoulos V., Kollia M., & Yannopoulos S.N.

    This work was also showcased by the journal issue cover page.
    Copyright 2018 IOP Publishing Ltd

  • Best Paper Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    The publishing firm Elsevier and the Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology awarded the paper entitled:
    Award "3D printed oral solid dosage forms containing hydrochlorothiazide for controlled drug delivery",
    Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 2017 (August), Volume 40, Pages 164-171,
    by Christos I. Gioumouxouzis, Orestis L. Katsamenis, Nikolaos Bouropoulos and Dimitrios G. Fatouros

    with the Best Paper Award 2017.
    Dr. Nikolaos Bouropoulos, co-author of the publication, is Assoc. Professor of the Department of Materials Science, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT.
    This award was presented at the 11th World Meeting on Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, 19-22 March 2018, Granada, Spain.

  • Prof. Athanasios Nenes receives an ERC Consolidator Grant
    PyroTRACH Dr. Athanasios Nenes, Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, USA (now, EPFL, Switzerland) and Affiliated Scientist at FORTH/ICE-HT earns an ERC Consolidator Grant entitled "Pyrogenic TRansformations Affecting Climate and Health (PyroTRACH)" with FORTH/ICE-HT to be the host institution.

    Read more

 

2017

  • Welcome of Prof. George Dassios at the Academy of Athens, 12/12/2017
     The Academy of Athens, in a recent public meeting (12/12/2017), welcomed, as Corresponding Member, George Dassios, Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences (FORTH/ICE-HT). His address was made by the President of the Academy of Athens, Prof. Loukas Papadimos. Prof. G. Dassios gave a lecture on "The Absolute Human Thought".

  • Prof. C. Galiotis earns an ERC Proof-of-Concept project
    FORTH/ICE-HT is the host institution of the ERC Proof-of-Concept project, entitled "Graphene as effective anti-fading agent for the protection of artworks (GRAPHENART)", for the protection of artworks using graphene. Dr. Constantine Galiotis, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, is the leader of the project, which is a collaboration of FORTH/ICE-HT with University of Florence (IT) and Patras Science Park (GR). GRAPHENART is one of the 3 (among 160) funded projects which is highlighted in the ERC report for 2017.

  • FORTH/ICE-HT article being featured on the cover of a scientific journal
    Cover The scientific journal "Materials" used as cover for the issue of August 2017 (Volume 10, Issue 8) artwork from the following publication by N. Bouropoulos, Assoc. Professor, Department of Materials Science, University of Patras & Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT,

    Sagasti A., Bouropoulos N., Kouzoudis D., Panagiotopoulos A., Topoglidis E., Gutiérrez J.,

    "Nanostructured ZnO in a Metglas/ZnO/Hemoglobin Modified Electrode to Detect the Oxidation of the Hemoglobin Simultaneously by Cyclic Voltammetry and Magnetoelastic Resonance",

    Materials, 10(8), art. no. 849 (2017).

  • FORTH/ICE-HT scientific article was higlighted as HOT
    Dr. T. Ioannides, Research Director of FORTH/ICEHT, is co-author of the following article:
    Hot Article Reproduced by permission of The Royal Society of Chemistry González-Castaño M., Ivanova S., Ioannides T., Centeno M.A., Odriozola J.A.,

    "Deep insight into Zr/Fe combination for successful Pt/CeO2/Al2O3 WGS catalyst doping",

    Catalysis Science and Technology, 7(7), 1556-1564 (2017)

    which was higlighted as HOT and was included in the themed collection 2017 Catalysis, Science and Technology Hot Articles

 

2016

  • David Sinclair Award to Prof. Spyros Pandis
    Dr. Spyros Pandis, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, received the 2016 David Sinclair Award by the American Association for Aerosol Research for his pioneering contributions to the understanding and control of air pollution.
    Award A significant factor for this recognition was his leadership of the 10-million Euro R&D project PEGASOS, a Pan-European Gas-Aerosol-Climate Interactions Study with 30 research groups from 18 countries in Europe, funded by the European Union and coordinated by FORTH/ICE-HT.
    The David Sinclair Award recognizes sustained excellence in aerosol research and technology by an established scientist still active in his/her career. The individual's research must have a lasting impact in aerosol science.

  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. K. Papadimitriou, postdoctoral researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, received the "Best Poster Award" for the poster entitled:
    "Synthesis and Characterization of 3-arm star PMMAs Bearing Pyrene Units as Dispersing Agents of Graphene"

    by Papadimitriou K. D., Gkermpoura S., Polyzos I., Galiotis C. G. and Tsitsilianis C.

    in the 11th Hellenic Polymer Society International Conference,
    held in Heraklion, Crete, Greece
    from 3 to 5 November 2016.
    Award

  • Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Mr. Matthaios-Emmanouil Papadimitropoulos, Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT and the Department of Biology, University of Patras, received a "Research Poster Award" for the poster entitled:
    Award "Metabolomics in Systems Agro-Biotechnology"
    by M.-E. Papadimitropoulos, G. Tooulakou, I. annakos, H. Yannopoulos, V. Haitas, N. Katsoulas, C. Kittas, P. Kalaitzis and Maria Klapa

    in the "Joint International Conference of the Hellenic Crystallographic Association & and the Hellenic Society for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (HeCrA-HSCBB16)",
    held at the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece, from October 7 to 9, 2016.

  • Lawrence K. Cecil Award in Environmental Chemical Engineering to Prof. Spyros Pandis
    Dr. Spyros Pandis, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, received the Lawrence K. Cecil Award in Environmental Chemical Engineering for 2016 by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) for his outstanding contribution to successful regulation and improvements in air quality in areas around the world.
    The Lawrence K. Cecil Award in Environmental Chemical Engineering recognizes an individual's outstanding chemical engineering contribution and achievement in the preservation or improvement of the environment. The recipient must be a member of AIChE, have 15 years of chemical engineering experience in the environmental field, and demonstrate leadership in research, teaching, engineering, or regulatory activities in either the public or private sector (list of recipients).

  • Young Researcher Award to a Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Ms. Pinelopi Angelopoulou, Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT and the Department of Materials Science, University of Patras, under the supervision of Ass. Professor George Avgouropoulos, received the "Young Researcher Award" for the best oral presentation entitled:
    Award "Combustion-synthesized LiMn-based spinel nanostructures as cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries"

    by Pinelopi Angelopoulou, Fotios Paloukis and George Avgouropoulos

    in the "13th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies",
    held on 5-8 July 2016, in Thessaloniki, Greece.

  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    he e-poster of the undergraduate students in the Biology Department, University of Patras, Christina Vasilopoulou and Maria-Sotiria Marra, who are carrying out their diploma thesis research in the Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology Laboratory at ICE-HT, accompanied by a 10-page essay, entitled:
    "Application of Metabolomics in Systems Medicine"
    by Vasilopoulou Ch., Marra M.-S., & Klapa M.
    won the "best e-poster" prize (one awarded) out of 94 e-posters at the 22nd Scientific Conference of Greek Medical Students, held in Patras, May 13-15, 2016 (More details).

  • Second Prize of the "Greece Innovates!" Competition
    for the work on soil remediation with cold plasma

    The final round of the 3rd "Greece Innovates!" Applied Research & Innovation Competition, a joint initiative of Eurobank and SEV (Hellenic Federation of Enterprises), was successfully completed on Tuesday 23/02/2016 with the awards ceremony at the Cultural Centre of the Foundation of the Hellenic World.
    Prize The 2nd Prize in the category "Applied Research" was given to Dr. Christos Aggelopoulos, Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, Patras, Greece for the project "Cold Plasma Apparatus for the Fast, Efficient and Cost-Effective Remediation of Highly Polluted Soils". The work was performed by Ch. Aggelopoulos (FORTH/ICE-HT, Research Group Representative), P. Svarnas (Ass. Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Patras) and Ch. Tsakiroglou (Research Director, FORTH/ICE-HT).
    The cold plasma apparatus is based on the generation of non-hazardous highly reactive species, able to oxidize even the most persistent soil pollutants. These species are produced by an electric discharge between two electrodes, wherein the contaminated soil is placed. During remediation, only atmospheric air is injected through the soil, minimizing environmental impacts and operating cost. The pollutants are removed completely within a few minutes, whereas the power consumption is comparable to that of a small light bulb. The apparatus is user-friendly for unskilled staff and easy to scale up.

  • FORTH/ICE-HT paper being featured on the cover of a scientific journal
    The artwork of the following scientific article by researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT

    Papadimitriou, K. D., Skountzos, E. N., Gkermpoura, S. S., Polyzos, I., Mavrantzas, V. G., Galiotis, C., and Tsitsilianis, C.,
    "Molecular Modeling Combined with Advanced Chemistry for the Rational Design of Efficient Graphene Dispersing Agents",

    ACS Macro Letters, 5(1), 24-29 (2016)

    was selected to appear on the cover of the respective issue of the high impact factor journal ACS Macro Letters (IF: 5.764)

    Read more
    Cover Copyright 2015 American Chemical Society

 

2015

  • The Academy of Athens awarded a scientific publication of FORTH/ICE-HT
    The Academy of Athens in a solemn session on December 22, 2015 awarded the scientific publication
    Award "Curvature dependent surface energy for a free standing monolayer graphene: Some closed form solutions of the non-linear theory"
    (D. Sfyris, G. I. Sfyris and C. Galiotis,
    International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 67:186-197, 2014)
    the Academician Pericles S. Theocharis Prize supported by the Pericles S. Theocharis Foundation for the best scientific work in the field of Mechanics.
    The prize and the prize money of 2,000 Euro were received by Dr. D. Sfyris, a former postdoctoral researcher at FORTH / ICE-HT working for the project Excellence-ERC (ERC-10) funded by General Secretariat for Research and Technology.

  • Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Ms. Aspasia Antonelou, Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT, received the "Young Researcher Award" in recognition of best poster presentation entitled:
    Award "Laser processing of SiC: From graphene-coated SiC particles to 3D graphene froths"
    by Aspasia Antonelou and Spyros N. Yannopoulos

    in the 26th International Conference on Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors (ICANS26),
    held on 13-18 September 2015
    in Aachen, Germany.
    Relative research has received funding from the European Union and the 7th Framework Programme (project SMARTPRO).

  • Results of project PEGASOS, co-ordinated by Prof. Spyros Pandis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, are used to improve air quality in Europe and to limit climate change
    Scientists are more certain than ever that humans are the cause of global warming, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) said in its most authoritative report to date, drawing on millions of scientific observations - many of which were gathered by scientists in Europe.
    PEGASOS The data used to compile the report include the results of the EU-funded large-scale project PEGASOS, co-ordinated by Prof. Spyros Pandis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT. These results are based on air quality measurements over Europe by the Zeppelin used PEGASOS.

    The major policy-relevant conclusions of PEGASOS were:
    (1) A variety of EU air quality policies since 1970 have avoided a dramatic deterioration of air quality in Europe
    The EURO norms, and fuel quality directives (sulfur) were among the most influential policies
    EU policies have increased life expectancy of people in Europe by 5 months
    The introduction of EURO standards led to reduction of worldwide ozone levels (+0.3% crop production).
    (2) There is a range of available policies for additional air quality improvement in Europe
    Some are not so obvious options: reductions of ammonia, residential and agricultural biomass burning, etc.
    Their effect on climate will be limited.
    (3) Global temperature response due to a range of air pollution emission changes will vary from +0.3 to -0.2 K during the next 40 years
    Air pollution trajectories in emerging economies will have larger effect on climate.
    In Europe the warming for global maximum reductions would be 0.5C and in the Arctic 0.8C.
    Aerosols effects are not necessarily in the regions of emissions.
    These impacts are relatively small compared to the effect of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.
    (4) On longer timescales the abatement of methane emissions will reduce global temperature by 0.2C and also reduce ozone.
    (5) Air quality/climate policies co-benefits depend on type of pollutant:
    They are important for sulfur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen but less so for volatile organic compounds
    Climate and air pollution policies can reduce ozone concentrations globally
    The feedback from climate change on air quality will be heterogeneous across Europe, seasons, and type of pollution resulting in:
     
    increases in ozone but also increases/decreases of PM
     
    potentially significant increase of wildfire emissions
     
    increased biogenic emissions due to increased temperature will increase ozone in polluted areas
     
    Ambitious emission controls will have larger impacts on air quality than climate change.
    Read more


  • Cold Plasma Apparatus for Remediation of Soils & "Greece Innovates!" Competition
    Plasma The project entitled "Cold Plasma Apparatus for the Fast, Efficient and Cost-Effective Remediation of Highly Polluted Soils" by Ch. Aggelopoulos, FORTH/ICE-HT, P. Svarnas, Dept. Electrical & Computer Eng., Univ. of Patras, and Ch. Tsakiroglou, FORTH/ICE-HT was evaluated as one of the top 20 entries for the 3rd "Greece Innovates!" Competition and will proceed to the oral assessment stage.
    The oral assessment will be open to the public and will include presentations to the business community, a media promotion plan and a summary report which will be distributed widely, especially to entrepreneurs. Prizes will be awarded for the best projects.

 

2014

  • Featured FORTH/ICE-HT publication in a high impact journal
    In the journal Chemical Reviews (Impact Factor: 46.568), which ranks third in the list of journals that appear in Web of Science based on the IF, the following article was published
    CoverCopyright 2014 American Chemical Society

    Bourikas K., Kordulis C., Lycourghiotis A.,

    "Titanium Dioxide (Anatase and Rutile): Surface Chemistry, Liquid-Solid Interface Chemistry, and Scientific Synthesis of Supported Catalysts",

    Chemical Reviews, 114(19):9754-9823 (2014).

    The artwork has been chosen to appear as front cover of the respective issue of the journal.

    Professor Christos Kordulis is a Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT.

  • Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Mr. loannis Anastasopoulos, Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT, received the "Young Researcher Award" in recognition of best poster presentation entitled
    Membrane "Carbon-nanotube Based Membranes for Wastewater Treatment Technologies"

    by J. A. Anastasopoulos, A. Soto Beobide, Th. Karachalios, K. B. Kouravelou and G. A. Voyiatzis

    in the 11th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (NN14)

    held in Thessaloniki on 8-11 July 2014.

 

2013

  • FORTH Graphene Centre in the journal of the European Parliament
    Graphene In the journal of European Parliament "Parliament Magazine" (issue 381, 16 December 2013), which is dedicated to the Greek Presidency, there is a specific reference (p. 56) to the "FORTH Graphene Centre" and the related research activities at FORTH/ICE-HT in Patras, Greece.


  • Oral Presentation Award to a M.Sc. student of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Ms. Katerina Terzi, M.Sc. student of FORTH/ICE-HT, was awarded for her outstanding oral presentation on
    Soil.jpg "Effects of CO2 leakages from storage sites on the quality of potable groundwater",
    a research project by
    K. Terzi, I. Bountas, C. A. Aggelopoulos and C. D. Tsakiroglou,

    during the 6th Panhellenic Symposium of Porous Materials, held in Kavala on 9-10 September 2013
    (see also the respective paper).

  • Poster Awards to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Both Mr. loannis Anastasopoulos, Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT, and Mr. Dimitrios Zagklis, Ph.D. student of FORTH/ICE-HT, were awarded by The European Membrane Society (EMS) and the University Duisburg-Essen for their outstanding poster presentations, entitled:
    Membrane Novel Membranes for Water Technologies: "Formation of Aligned Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) with Tailored Physical and Chemical Properties"
    by J. A. Anastasopoulos, A. Soto Beobide, Th. Karachalios and G. A. Voyiatzis
    (see the Prize)

    and

    "Implementation of Membrane Technology for the Isolation of the Olive Mill Wastewater Phenolic Content"
    by D. P. Zagklis and C. A. Paraskeva
    (see the Prize)

    during the 29th EMS Summer School on Membranes held in Essen, Germany in July 2013.

  • Awards to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    During the 9th Panhellenic Scientific Symposium of Chemical Engineering, held in Athens on 23-25 May 2013, the best works were selected and awarded by a special committee consisting of faculty members of NTUA, University of Thessaloniki and University of Patras in the following categories: (1) poster presentation, (2) work based on a diploma thesis, and (3) work based on a Ph.D. thesis. The selection criteria for awards were (a) the scientific quality of the work, (b) the quality of the written text, and (c) the quality of the oral presentation or poster.
    Membrane In the category "Poster presentation" the 3rd prize was received by researchers of FORTH / ICE-HT for the work

    "Differentiation of micro/nanoporous structure of polyolefins in order to develop breathable non-woven hospital products" (in Greek),
    by E. Moschopoulou, I. Bounos, T. Ioannides and G. Voyiatzis.
    In the category "Work based on a diploma thesis" a commendation was received by researchers of FORTH / ICE-HT for the work
    "Separation and recovery of phenolic compounds from olive mill wastewaters through cooling" (in Greek),
    by S. Kontos, P. Koutsoukos, and C. A. Paraskeva.

    Symposium organizers honored the authors, during an event held on Wednesday July 24, 2013 at the auditorium "N. Koumoutsos", School of Chemical Engineering, NTUA.

  • Prof. C. Galiotis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, earns an ERC Advanced Grant entitled "Tailor Graphene"
    Tailor Graphene is a comprehensive and interdisciplinary programme of research funded by the European Research Council (Advanced Grant), aiming to determine the full response of graphene to extreme axial deformations up to failure and to measure directly its strength, stiffness, strain-to-failure and the effect of orthogonal buckling to its overall tensile properties. Another objective of the project is the exploitation of the potential of graphene as an efficient reinforcement in composites.

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  • FORTH/ICE-HT participates in "GRAPHENE", an EU Future Emerging Technology flagship
    GrapheneFlagship The European Commission has chosen "Graphene" as one of Europe's first 10-year, 1,000 million euro FET flagships. The mission of "Graphene" is to take graphene and related layered materials from academic laboratories to society, revolutionize multiple industries and create economic growth and new jobs in Europe. The coordinator of the Hellenic participation and national representative of "Graphene" is Costas Galiotis, Professor of University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT.

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2012

  • Best Scientific Presentation Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    The oral presentation of the collaborative study between the Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology Laboratory of FORTH/ICE-HT headed by Dr. M. I. Klapa and the First Pediatrics Department of Medical School, University of Athens, in "Agia Sofia" Hospital:
    Metabolomics A. Telonis, A. Gkourogianni, I. Kosteria, Ch.Kanaka-Gantenbein, G. Chrousos, M. I. Klapa,
    "Metabolomics in Clinical Prognosis: Indications of Predisposition to Metabolic Disorders in Result to Assisted Reproduction"
    received the "Best Scientific Presentation Award in Health Research" in the Annual Meeting of the 8th Panhellenic Association of Bioscientists, which took place in Patras on October 18-20, 2012.
    The results of metabolomic analysis do support the current serious indications of increased risk for insulin resistance in children conceived by assisted reproduction technologies in general and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), in particular. Furthermore, they demonstrate the usefulness of metabolomic analysis, as new technology for high-throughput biomolecular analysis, to provide a high resolution perspective of the metabolic state, enabling the determination of characteristic metabolic profiles even in complex physiological conditions. A relevant manuscript is in preparation for submission to an international peer-reviewed journal.

  • FORTH/ICE-HT publication was highlighted as a "Spotlight in Optics"
    Layer The recently published paper by S. N. Yannopoulos (Principal Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT) and co-workers, titled:
    "Chalcogenide glass layers in silica photonic crystal fibers"
    by C. Markos, S. N. Yannopoulos, and K. Vlachos
    Optics Express, Vol. 20, Issue 14, pp. 14814-14824 (2012)
    was highlighted as a "Spotlight in Optics" by the Optical Society of America.
    The article deals with a simple and inexpensive way of integrating chalcogenide glasses into silica Photonic Crystal Fibers (PCF) based on the capillary-induced imbibition of a nanocolloidal chalcogenide (As2S3) solution into the PCF channels and the subsequent solvent evaporation.

  • FORTH/ICE-HT: Leader in measurements of atmospheric pollutants at European level
    The longest deployment of the Zeppelin NT for climate research so far was officially launched recently in a campaign coordinated by scientists from Julich. The airship will fly across Europe to measure the composition of the air as a part of the pan-European "PEGASOS" large-scale project co-ordinated by Prof. Spyros Pandis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT.

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  • FORTH/ICE-HT at the 3rd position according to SIR World Report 2011 at national level
    SCImago Research Group released SCImago Institutions Rankings (SIR) World Report 2011, the world broadest coverage ranking showing the research activity of 3042 universities and research-focused institutions worldwide. The report is based on quantitative data of citation and publication using Elsevier's database Scopus and shows bibliometric indicators that unveil some of the main dimensions of research performance of worldwide research-devoted institutions.
    SIR World Report 2011 includes a global table arranged by Normalized Impact, and shows international, regional and national ranks on this variable for every institution. According to this rank FORTH/ICE-HT is at the 915th position worldwide (out of 3042 organizations, that is, at 30% and, hence, above the world average) and at national level FORTH/ICE-HT is at the 3rd position (after IESL, which is at the 1st position, and FORTH, as a whole, which is at the 2nd position).

 

2011

  • FORTH among the first European research organizations with the highest numbers of participations in FP7 projects
    FORTH was ranked in the 12th position in the list of the 20 European research organizations with the highest numbers of participations in FP7 signed grant agreements during the period 2007-2010 according to the "FP7 Monitoring Report 2010, European Commission" (page 17). In her congratulatory letter to Professor Fotakis, Chairman of the Board of Directors of FORTH, the Minister of Education, Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs, Mrs. Diamantopoulou highlights "... This success demonstrates the successful model that characterizes FORTH for the optimal utilization of research infrastructure and human resources available ...".

  • FORTH/ICE-HT publication was voted as the hottest scientific article
    The recently published work by Prof. G. N. Papatheodorou, Distinguished Member of FORTH, and his coworkers, entitled:
    Glass Copyright 2011, American Chemical Society "Silicate Glasses at the Ionic Limit: Alkaline-Earth Sub-Orthosilicates"
    by N. K. Nasikas, A. Chrissanthopoulos, N. Bouropoulos, S. Sen, and G. N. Papatheodorou,
    Chem. Mater., 23 (16), pp. 3692-3697, 2011;
    DOI: 10.1021/cm2012582;
    Publication Date (Web): July 26, 2011
    was voted at the site ChemFeeds as the hottest scientific article during the first quarter of its publication.

  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Prof. Antimisiaris' group received the EuroNanoForum 2011 award for the best poster for their poster entitled:
    Liposome "USPIO encapsulating nanoliposomes with high entrapping efficiency, stability and magnetic properties"

    by Athanasios Skouras, Spyridon Mourtas, Eleni Markoutsa, Marie-Christine De Goltstein, Claire Wallon, Sarah Catoen, and Sophia G. Antimisiaris

    The EuroNanoForum 2011 took place in Budapest, Hungary from May 30 to June 1, 2011.
    Dr. S. Antimisiaris is Professor at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT.

  • SystemsBiology Distinctions to the Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology Group
    The research work of Dr. Klapa's group on Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology at FORTH/ICE-HT was recently honored by two significant distinctions, namely, it featured in BMC Systems Biology and evaluated in Faculty of 1000.

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2010

  • Professor Spyros Pandis, Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, earns an ERC Advanced Investigator Grant for "Atmospheric Organic Particulate Matter, Air Quality and Climate Change Studies"
    ATMOPACS Dr. Spyros Pandis, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, and Collaborating Faculty Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences of the Foundation of Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH/ICE-HT) has recently been awarded the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Investigator Grant for his research proposal entitled "Atmospheric Organic Particulate Matter, Air Quality and Climate Change Studies (ATMOPACS)".

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  • Funding of a research project on Graphene by Latsis Foundation
    The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation has announced that the project of FORTH/ICE-HT entitled "Mechanical behaviour of two-dimensional crystals: The case of graphene" has been selected for sponsorship for the year 2011. The project team consists of Prof. Costas Galiotis (Coordinator, FORTH/ICE-HT & University of Patras), Prof. Konstantin Novoselov (University of Manchester), Ass. Prof. Konstantinos Papagelis (FORTH/ICE-HT & University of Patras), Dr. John Parthenios (FORTH/ICE-HT) and Dr. Dimitrios Tassis (University of Patras).

  • Contribution of FORTH/ICE-HT to the groundbreaking discovery of Graphene - The perfect atomic lattice
    The close collaboration of FORTH/ICE-HT with the 2010 Nobel Prize Laureates in Physics is another example of the forefront scientific research conducted at the Institute in the field of nanomaterials and their applications.

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  • Funding of IP "PEGASOS" on atmospheric chemistry and climate change
    Pegasos The large scale Integrating Project "PEGASOS" on atmospheric chemistry and climate change interactions has recently been selected for funding by the European Commission. PEGASOS is coordinated by FORTH/ICE-HT.

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  • Funding of four RTD projects in the field of fuel cells and hydrogen production
    The Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences of the Foundation of Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH/ICE-HT) has recently received a new distinction at European level, as the European Commission selected for funding four (4) proposals in the field of fuel cells and hydrogen production. This is a field in which a large group of FORTH/ICE-HT researchers focuses its efforts.

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    Fuel Cell

 

2008

  • The "L'OREAL - UNESCO 2008 for Women in Science" prize to Dr. Andreopoulou
    Dr. Katerina Andreopoulou, post-doctoral researcher of the Department of Chemistry, University of Patras and of FORTH/ICE-HT, as well as collaborating member of the research group of polymers, was awarded by the Greek prize "L'OREAL - UNESCO 2008 for Women in Science" for her research activities in the field of Material Science.
  • Election of a Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT as Vice-chair for the evaluations of the EC program PEOPLE
    Dr. George Dassios, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was elected by the European Commission in the position of the Vice-chair for the evaluations of the program PEOPLE (ERG & IRG) for the year 2008.
  • Election of a Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT as President of a Scientific Organization
    Dr. Spyros Pandis, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was elected President of the American Association for Aerosol Research.
  • The "S. N. Atluri Medal" to Prof. Polyzos
    Dr. Demosthenes Polyzos, Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was awarded by the "S. N. Atluri Medal" of ICCES (International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences) in recognition of "outstanding contributions to boundary element method, and the dedicated service to the Journal Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences".
  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. Georgia Tsolou, post-doctoral fellow of FORTH/ICE-HT shared the Best Poster Award during the 7th Hellenic Polymer Conference, Ioannina, Greece, September 2008, for her work entitled "Atomistic simulation of the solubility of small gases in polyisobutelene" (by G. Tsolou, V. Mavrantzas, Z. Makrodimitri, I. Economou, R. Gani).

 

2007

  • Academy of Athens awarded Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. Demosthenes Polyzos, Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, as a member of a research group which included also Mr. G. Karlis, graduate student at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, University of Patras and Dr. D. Beskos, Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Patras, was honored by the "P. Theocaris Award" of the Academy of Athens for the best publication in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics in international journals, which is the following: G. F. Karlis, S. V. Tsinopoulos, D. Polyzos and D. E. Beskos "Boundary element analysis of mode I and mixed mode (I & II) crack problems of 2-D gradient elasticity", Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 196, pp. 5092-5103, 2007.

 

2006

  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. Maria Klapa, Associate Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, and Mr. . . Kanani, graduate student (under the supervision of Dr. Klapa) at University of Mayland, USA, were honored by the Best Poster Award in the Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology Category during the AIChE Annual Meeting, November 15, 2006.
  • The ASLI Choice Award on Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics to Prof. Pandis
    Dr. Spyros Pandis, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was honored by the "ASLI Choice Award on Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics" of Atmospheric Science Librarians International.

 

2005

  • Prof. Dassios earns a Marie Curie Chair of Excellence
    Dr. George Dassios, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, received a Marie Curie Chair of Excellence at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University. This appointment is for three years (2005-2008) and from the point of research it is connected to the electromagnetic activity of the Brain as well as to the theory of generalized transforms as it was initiated by A. Fokas and I. Gelfand.
  • The "Global 100 Eco-Tech Award" to Dr. Ioannides
    Dr. Theophilos Ioannides, Principal Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, was honored by the "Global 100 Eco-Tech Award" during the EXPO-2005 in Japan for his work in aerogels.
  • Presentation Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. Petros Koutsoukos, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was honored by the 1st Paper Award during the XXIII Annual Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS), Lisbon, Portugal, 10-14 September 2005.
  • Best Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. Christos Tsakiroglou, Principal Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, was honored by the Best Poster Award during the International Symposium of the Society of Core Analysts, August 21-25, 2005, Toronto, Canada.

 

2004

  • Election of a Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT as President of a Scientific Organization
    Dr. Costas Galiotis, Professor of the Department of Material Science, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was elected President of the European Society of Composite Materials (ESCM) for the period 2004-2006. Dr. Galiotis was also Elected Member of the Executive Council of the European Society of Composite Materials for the period 1998-2002.
  • Academy of Athens awarded Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Dr. George Dassios, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, along with Dr. Fotini Kariotou (who obtained her PhD from the aforementioned Department with Dr. Dassios as academic supervisor, supported by a FORTH/ICE-HT Research Assistantship) were honored with the "Ar. Pallas Award" of the Academy of Athens, for the following scientific publication: George Dassios and Fotini Kariotou, "Magnetoencephalography in ellipsoidal geometry", J. Math. Physics, 44, No.1, 220-241, 2003.
  • Election of a Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT as President of a Scientific Organization
    Dr. Vlasis Mavrantzas, Associate Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was elected President of the Hellenic Society of Rheology (HSR) for the period October 2004 - September 2006.

 

2002

  • The Max Bredig Prize to Prof. Papatheodorou
    Dr. George Papatheodorou, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT, was awarded by Max Bredig Prize of Electrochemical Society.

 

2001

  • Election of a Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT as President of a Scientific Organization
    Dr. Vasilis Gregoriou, Principal Researcher of FORTH/ICE-HT, was elected President of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS).
  • Poster Award to Researchers of FORTH/ICE-HT
    Mrs. E. Stefanidaki, graduate student of the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras and FORTH/ICE-HT, Dr. T. Ostvold, Professor of NTNU and Honorary Fellow of FORTH/ICE-HT and Dr. C. Kontoyannis, Assistant Professor of the Department of Parmacy, University of Patras and Collaborating Faculty Member of FORTH/ICE-HT were honored by the 3rd Poster Award during the NATO Advanced Study Institute Meeting on "Molten Salts: From Fundamentals to Application" held in Kas, Turkey, May 3-14, 2001.
 
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