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(a) Greek Ministry of Agriculture, Agricultural School of Messara, Iraklion, Greece; Director
(b) HAO-Demeter, Agricultural Research Institution of Crete, Iraklion 71300, Greece
(c) Adjust Professor in the Technical University of Crete, Chania;
(d) EDEYA: Technical Consultant in the Hellenic Union of Municipal Enterprises for Water Supply and Wastewater Services (EDEYA).
(e) FAO: Water Consultant in the FAO of UN.
(f) EUREAU: Past President of EUREAU (European Federation of National Associations of Water and Waste Water Services), Brussels, Belgium and Member of EUREAU II (Wastewater).
(g) IWA: He is Chair member of Joint IWA/IWHA on WAC and IWA Honorary member and Distinguished Fellow
(f) Chair-person of Organizing and member of scientific committees of over 30 scientific meetings Member, Honorary Member of IWA, and Chair-person of IWA SG on Water and Wastewater in Ancient Civilizations.
Research areas include innovative water and wastewater treatment systems, wastewater reuse, decentralized wastewater treatment systems, aquatic treatment systems, and water history.
(a) Ph.D., Soil Physics, University of California, Davis, 1981
(b) M.S., Water Resources, University of California, Davis, 1977
(c) M.S., Soil Sciences, University of California, Riverside, 1974
(d) B.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 1976
(e) B.S., Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural University, Athens, Greece, 1982
Publications and others:
(a) Author/co-author of over 550 publications, classified as: Theses 2, Referred Journals 129, Special Issues in Referred Journals 13, Referred Proceedings of Meetings 118, Published Reports 102, Abstracts 50, Books and Chapters in Books 80, Studies 9, and Others 17.
(b) Organized scientific meetings: 30, Invited speeches in more than 100, and presented over 200 meetings.
(c) Adviser of numerous Ph.D. and M.Sc. students (Ph. D. students 7, MS students 5, and Post-Doctoral Fellows 4).
(d) Registered Civil Engineer in the Technical Chamber of Greece, Athens (38771, 1981)