Ioannis Fotidis

Ioannis Fotidis

Researcher

Building 113, Room 068

Denmark

Phone: 45251418

Mobile: 40975451

Ioannis A. Fotidis is a Researcher in the department of Environmental Engineering in Technical University of Denmark since 2014. He received his PhD diploma in Agricultural Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). His research interests focus on anaerobic microbial ecology, biomethanation inhibitors and optimization of the anaerobic digestion of ammonia-rich substrates using advanced microbiological methods (e.g. bioaugmentation). He studies the development of sustainable solutions for efficient co-digestion processes of different residual resources and wastewaters. Furthermore, he has a background in crop genetics, cultivation and fertilization as well as in plantation ecology. Finally, he has participated in national (e.g. Energinet.dk, The Danish Council for Independent Research) and international (e.g. Seven Framework Program, Interreg IV) funded scientific projects.

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  • Bioresource Technology

    ISSNs: 0960-8524, 09608524

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1873-2976

    Elsevier BV, Netherlands

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 2

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  • F E M S Microbiology Reviews

    ISSNs: 0168-6445, 01686445

    ISSNs (Electronic): 0168-649

    Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 2

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  • Environmental Science & Technology (Washington)

    ISSNs: 0013-936X, 0013936x, 15205851

    ISSNs (Electronic): 1520-5851

    American Chemical Society, United States

    ISI indexed (2013): yes, FI (2013): 2

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