Seferlis Panagiotis

Design and Structures Department, Machine Dynamics Laboratory

Titles

  • Ph.D. McMaster University, Canada, 1995
  • Integrated Master in Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, 1990
Position: 
Professor
Expertise: 
Automatic control of mechanical, electrical and process systems
Telephone: 
+302310994229
Fax: 
+302310996029
Office: 
Building Ε14, 1st floor
Student Reception: 
Monday 12:00-13:00
Research fields: 

Automatic control of mechanical, electrical, process and energy conversion systems, Nonlinear model predictive control of dynamic systems, Integrated systems design and control, Sensitivity analysis in optimization.

Subjects:

Code

Title

Hours

Semester

ECTS

Type

129

AUTOMATIC CONTROL

5

6

6

COR

323

NUMERICAL OPTIMIZATION OF MECHANICAL STRUCTURES AND PROCESSES

4

9

5

ELSC

377

OPTIMAL CONTROL OF DYNAMICS SYSTEMS

4

10

5

ComSC

379

ADVANCED CONTROLS OF STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS

4

7

5

EOS

Selected publications: 
  • Nyong-Bassey, B.E., Giaouris, D., Patsios, C., (...), Seferlis, P., Gadoue, S., "Reinforcement learning based adaptive power pinch analysis for energy management of stand-alone hybrid energy storage systems considering uncertainty", Energy, 193,116622, 2020.
  • Papadopoulos, A.I., Kyriakides, A.-S., Seferlis, P., Hassan, I., "Absorption refrigeration processes with organic working fluid mixtures- a review", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 109, 239-270, 2019.
  • Gkouletsos, D., Papadopoulos, A.I., Seferlis, P., Hassan, I., "Systematic modeling under uncertainty of single, double and triple effect absorption refrigeration processes", Energy, 183, 262-278, 2019.
  • Papadopoulos, A.I., Tzirakis, F., Tsivintzelis, I., Seferlis, P., "Phase-Change Solvents and Processes for Postcombustion CO2 Capture: A Detailed Review", Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research,
    58(13), 5088-511, 2019.
  • Liu, Y., Shen, W., Man, Y., Liu, Z., Seferlis, P., "Optimal scheduling ratio of recycling waste paper with NSGAII based on deinked-pulp properties prediction", Computers and Industrial Engineering,
    132, 74-83, 2019.
  • Kyriakides A. S., S. Voutetakis, S. Papadopoulou, and P. Seferlis, “Integrated Design and Control of Various Hydrogen Production Flowsheet Configurations via Membrane based Low Temperature Methane Steam Reforming”, Membranes, 2019.
  • Tzirakis F., I. Tsivintzelis, A. I. Papadopoulos, and P. Seferlis, “Experimental Measurement and Assessment of Equilibrium Behaviour for Phase Change Solvents used in CO2 Capture”, Chemical Engineering Science, 2019.
  • Damartzis T., A. I. Papadopoulos, and P. Seferlis, “Solvent effects on design with operability considerations in post-combustion CO2 capture plants”, Chemical Engineering Research and Design131, 414-429, 2018.
  • Giaouris D., A. I. Papadopoulos, C. Patsios, S. Walker, C. Ziogou, P. Taylor, S. Voutetakis, S. Papadopoulou, and P. Seferlis, “A systems approach for management of microgrids considering multiple energy carriers, stochastic loads, forecasting and demand side response”, Applied Energy226, 546-559, 2018.
  • Ipsakis D., M. Ouzounidou, S. Papadopoulou, P. Seferlis, and S. Voutetakis, “Dynamic Modeling and Control Analysis of a Methanol Autothermal Reforming and PEM Fuel Cell Power System”, Applied Energy208, 703-718, 2017.
  • Papadopoulos A. I., P. Seferlis, and P. Linke, “A framework for the integration of solvent and process design with controllability assessment”, Chemical Engineering Science159, 154-176, 2017.
  • Stijepovic M. Z., A. I. Papadopoulos, P. Linke, V. Stijepovic, A. S. Grujic, M. Kijevčanin, and P. Seferlis, “Organic Rankine Cycle system performance targeting and design for multiple heat sources with simultaneous working fluid selection”, Journal of Cleaner Production142, 1950-1970, 2017.
  • Limleamthong P., M. Gonzalez-Miquel, S. Papadokonstantakis, A. I. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis, and G. G. Gosalbez, “Multi-criteria screening of chemicals considering thermodynamic and life cycle assessment metrics via data envelopment analysis: Application to CO2 capture”, Green Chemistry18, 6468-6481, 2016.
  • Papadopoulos A. I., S. Badr, A. Chremos, E. Forte, T. Zarogiannis, P. Seferlis, S. Papadokonstantakis, A. Galindo, G. Jackson,  and C. S. Adjiman, “Computer-aided molecular design and selection of CO2 capture solvents based on thermodynamics, reactivity and sustainability”, Molecular Systems Design & Engineering1, 313-334, 2016.
  • Zarogiannis T., A. I. Papadopoulos, and P. Seferlis, “Systematic selection of amine mixtures as post-combustion CO2 capture solvent candidates”, Journal of Cleaner Production136, 159-176, 2016.
  • Giaouris D., A. I. Papadopoulos, P. Seferlis, S. Voutetakis, and S. Papadopoulou, “Power grand composite curves shaping for adaptive energy management of hybrid microgrids”, Renewable Energy95, 433-448, 2016.
  • Kyriakides A. S., S. Voutetakis, S. Papadopoulou, and P. Seferlis, “Optimization of an Experimental Membrane Reactor for Low Temperature Methane Steam Reforming”, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy,18(7), 2065-2075, 2016.
  •  Papadopoulos A. I., and P. Seferlis, Editors, “Process Systems and Material for CO2 Capture”, Wiley & Sons, 2017.
Phd candidates: 
  • Theodoros Damartzis, “Optimal design, optimization and control of solvent-based post combustion CO2 capture processes”, completed, 2016.
  • Alexios Spyridon Kyriakidis, “A Holistic Approach for the Optimal Design and Control of an Intensified Hydrogen Production System”, completed 2018.
  • Theodoros Zarogiannis, “Systematic Selection of Working Fluid Mixtures for Optimum Solvent-based CO2 Capture Processes and Organic Rankine Cycles”, completed 2019.
  • Costas Germakopoulos, “Advanced Nonlinear Model Predictive Control for Unattended Aerial Platforms”, ongoing.
  • Garyfallos Gianakoudis, “Optimal control theory approach in multi-echelon processing, inventory and distribution networks”, ongoing.
  • Panagiotis Kazepidis, “Optimization and control of phase change solvent-based post combustion CO2 capture processes”, ongoing.
  • Michael Mpampaou, “Optimization and control of hydrogenation processes for the design of integrated biorefineries”, ongoing.
  • Alexandros Kafetzis, “Advanced Control Strategies for Energy Storage Systems”, ongoing.