Grigorios Kyriakopoulos

Grigorios Kyriakopoulos
National Technical University of Athens | NTUA · School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

MEng-PhD-PostDoc Chem Engineer; BA-MA Economist; BS Environmental Science-MSc Environ Design of Infrastructure Works-MSc Environ Design of Cities & Buildings; BA Studies in Hellenic Culture-MA Orthodox Theology; PGCE; MSc in Energy; PGCert Psychology

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Introduction
Dr. Grigorios –Teaching and Res. Associate, School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, NTUA– is of Greek origin: Kalamata and Evia. He completed 21 academic qualifications: >160 under- & >100 post- graduate courses; 2150 ECTS;Theses: 3 Bachelors, 5 Masters, 1 PhD. Editorial board at 30 journals; Reviewer at 4900 papers (328 journals); (Co)author of 97 papers; “World’s top 2% of highly cited scientists” in the main field of “Enabling & Strategic Technologies" by the Stanford University’s list
Additional affiliations
September 2007 - present
National Technical University of Athens
Position
  • Research and Laboratory Teaching Staff, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
June 2006 - present
Hellenic Naval Academy
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  • Lecturer
March 2006 - present
Hellenic Merchant Marine Academy
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  • Lecturer
Education
October 2016 - September 2018
Hellenic Open University
Field of study
  • MSc in Environmental Design of Cities and Buildings, 7.98/10
December 2013 - April 2015
Scottish Government
Field of study
  • Advanced Professional Certificate (PGCert) in Experiential Counselling Techniques and Techniques of Personal Development
October 2013 - October 2016
Hellenic Open University
Field of study
  • MA in Orthodox Theology Studies, 7.88/10

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Publications (191)
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Dear Colleagues, Recently, one of the most contentious environmental issues has been the investigation of microplastics’ (MPs’) detrimental consequences in natural and water resources worldwide. In this regard, it is critical to, firstly, track the ways in which MPs are considered as key anthropocentric pollutants in terms of ecological risk and t...
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“Laws” journal, having the following information: Special issue title: Technology and Economics Law in Energy Markets and Environmental Problems. Special issue section: Environmental Law Issues. Deadline: 28 February 2023. https://www.mdpi.com/journal/laws/special_issues/energy_market_environment Dear Colleagues, In recent years, the rapid technol...
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Nowadays severe causes of environmental depletion among water sources are related to excessive disposal of phosphorus and nitrogen nutrients at aqueous environments and subsequently the dominant phenomenon of eutrophication reported via visible cyanobacterial or algal blooms, surface scums, floating plant materials, and benthic macrophyte aggregati...
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Currently, national bodies and international congregations, such as that of the Stock‐ holm, Rio, and Johannesburg conferences, jointly identified that sustainable energy devel‐ opment has proven to be a very challenging factor in global development. Indicative sus‐ tainability challenges facing humanity include greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and...
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Households are responsible for almost 30% of final energy consumption in the EU. Therefore, sustainable energy consumption in households can provide a lot of benefits for energy savings, use of renewables and GHG emission reduction. Environmental awareness plays an important role in promoting sustainable energy consumption in households, fostering...
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Within the last few decades, the issue of the environmental performance of European f inancial institutions has become a significant feature of their strategic plans. Financial institutions can contribute through their own activities and investments, and also through their relationship with economic sectors and consumers, in decreasing environmenta...
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In recent years, tapping the sea for potable water has gained prominence as a potential source of water. Since seawater intake systems are often used in the infrastructure industry, ensuring proper efficiency in different operating conditions is very important. In this paper, CFD modeling is used to show general hydraulic design (flow patterns, str...
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A substantial array of scientific evidence points to a significant human contribution towards changes occurring in the world’s climate, and to the importance of adaptation actions for overcoming the effects of climate change. Effective climate adaptation demands fostering awareness among a variety of key stakeholders, such as executives and staff o...
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This research aims to examine a neural network (artificial intelligence) as an alternative model to examine the neuromarketing phenomenon. Neuromarketing is comparatively new as a technique for designing marketing strategies, especially advertising campaigns. Marketers have used a variety of different neuromarketing tools, for instance, functional...
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The field of chemical treatments uses environmental applications of chemical processes to remediate environmental pollutants. As a discipline, it inspires the scientific community to reshape our world into one that is safer, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. The development of successful treatment methods via chemical advancements plays a...
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Deforestation, a major cause of climate change, in Eastern European countries has been an activity coupled with agricultural expansion mainly within the time period of political transition. The present study examines the environmental impact of deforestation and its association with agricultural income as synopsized in environmental Kuznets curve....
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The present research examines both the relationship between green innovation and green entrepreneurship and the mediating role of firm strategies in the relationship between green entrepreneurship, green innovation, and competitive advantage. A total of 225 managers responsible for the environmental strategy of medium and large-sized firms operatin...
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This book gathers selected papers presented at the International Conference on SMART Automatics and Energy (SMART-ICAE 2021), held in Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russian Federation during 7-8 October 2021. The book will be useful for wide range of specialists in the field of designing innovative solutions and organizational measure...
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The functional processes and the upgrading strategies in a company environment depend not only on the firm’s internal and external sourcing strategies but also on international experience and interactions developed outside the company per se. It is also apparent that internationalization motivates firms to deal with the exclusive needs of customers...
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Buildings are a significant energy consumption point since they account for 40% of the total energy demand and around 1/3 of greenhouse gas emissions. Energy-saving measures applied in the residential sector have led to a reduction in energy consumption during the last decade. On the contrary, such measures have not been widely applied in school bu...
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During the last decades, one of the most contentious environmental issues has been the investigation of the fate of microplastics (MPs) and detrimental consequences in natural and water resources worldwide. In this respect, it is critical research firstly to track the ways in which MPs are determined as key anthropogenic pollutants in terms of ecol...
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The problem of inflation is crucial for ensuring sustainable economic growth of the country. In the broadest sense, the economic dimension of sustainable development represents the general economic health of the country. Such macroeconomic indicators as unemployment and inflation rates are the main economic indicators of sustainable development. Th...
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“Sustainability” journal, having the following information: Special issue title: Polymer Waste Management. Special issue section: Sustainable Materials. Deadline: 31 December 2021. https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/Polymer_Waste_Management Message from the Guest Editors: Polymers are materials associated with energy inten...
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These days, employability and sustainability in the Romanian marketplace are seriously challenged by the general economic development conditions, the continuously rising living standards, and the unfortunate imbalance and irregularities in the policies of labor markets. These defining factors mirror in this current research that focuses on describi...
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Stanford University and Elsevier have published the ranking of the “World’s top 2% of highly cited scientists” of the most influential researchers in the world in all scientific disciplines for 2020 by the Stanford University’s list (published, October 2021). In absolute numbers this world’s top 2% corresponds to the top of 100,000 most-cited scien...
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In an era of economic recession and the divulged threats of COVID-19 pandemic in the world a highly impacting socio-economic activity is the education sector. The operational difficulties of companies and organizations, as well as the closure of universities, schools, training courses, are all affecting the entrepreneurial and the learning progress...
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The research objective of the study is the estimation of a novel low-cost composite material f-MB (Fe-modified bentonite) as a P and N adsorbent from wastewaters. Τhe present study aimed at examining the phosphate and ammonium removal efficiency from different types of wastewater using f-MB, by conducting bench-scale batch experiments to investigat...
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EU has set ambitious commitment to achieve low carbon energy and economy transition up to 2050. This low carbon transition means sustainable energy development path based on renewable energy sources and first of all should address the energy poverty vulnerability and justice issues. The main goal of the paper is to develop indicators framework for...
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Decision and policymakers are looking at the potential of Industry 4.0 smart technologies to create a green economy as the European Commission aims to deliver the European Green Deal by rethinking policies for clean energy supply. Industry 4.0 will eventually be applied to all aspects of life; however, it is necessary to identify the challenges to...
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The objective of the undertaken study is to investigate the association between proactive environ-mental strategy (PES) and its determinants, such as planning and organizational practices (POP) and communicational practices on sustainable development through the operating and financial performances of the pharmaceutical sectors of south Asian count...
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The objective of the undertaken study is to investigate the association between proactive environmental strategy (PES) and its determinants, such as planning and organizational practices (POP) and communicational practices on sustainable development through the operating and financial performances of the pharmaceutical sectors of south Asian countr...
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Global economic growth is accompanied by increased energy demand, thus conventional fuels such as coal, oil and gas, which are the primary energy sources, are gradually being depleted. At the same time, the combustion of conventional fuel for energy production causes serious adverse effects on the environment and contributes to climate change due t...
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This chapter evaluated a spectrum of chemical restoration approaches of eutrophic water systems, highlighting the key role of internal nutrient loads to guide remediation methods that control eutrophication. The usage of P- and joint P-/N-inactivation agents have been considered as feasible restoration tools through capacity and application methods...
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The restoration of water sources that are eutrophication-burdened is certainly bounded on the legal framework that governs water protection in European and international contexts. In the European Union, the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC) is proven of utmost importance legislative tool since it sets specific normative targets and regulatory...
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The key aim of the chapter is to incorporate innovative technology that can be used to treat eutrophic waters. A new environmentally friendly method is focused on the “teabag” process, under which P-inactivation agents were stored in water-permeable bags and submerged in the water column to trap P, which is one of the primary causes of eutrophicati...
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This book aims to structure, in a complete and sequential way, the mainstream technical knowledge which is related to eutrophication control. The book considers the development of innovative technologies for phosphate removal, while supporting the restoration of currently degraded lakes and reservoir systems. In addition, this book contains key-asp...
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Social networks including various social media are one of the main online marketing tools that help to achieve marketing aims of the company. Most of social media overlap and have more than one characteristic, aim or purpose. It should be noted that interaction, user-friendliness, openness, freedom and real time are the main features of all social...
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As the world progresses, management of change is seen as an opportunity for organizations to improve their competitive edge, their profits and productivity. Companies around the world become more specialised and focused on their core competencies and rely largely on niche markets. On the other hand, it is noteworthy that management change is proces...
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Efficient photon to charge (PTC) transfer is considered to be the cornerstone of technological improvements in the photovoltaic (PV) industry, while it constitutes the most common process in nature. This study aims to investigate the parameters that impact efficient PV-cell photon to charge conversion in two ways: (a) providing a brief research ana...
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“Energies” journal, having the following information: Special issue title: Low Carbon Energy Transition and Energy Poverty. Special issue section: Energy Economics and Policy. Deadline: 31 May 2021. https://www.mdpi.com/journal/energies/special_issues/Energy_Poverty Message from the Guest Editors: This Special Issue welcomes contribution of schol...
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Dear Colleagues. This Special Issue focuses on the roles of technological advancements and managerial risks to support economic growth. In this research context, the Special Issue is accommodating novel research approaches on the various types of risk that impact economic growth, either at micro- or macroeconomic levels of analysis. Under this plur...
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Dear Colleagues. This Special Issue focuses on the roles of technological advancements and managerial risks to support economic growth. In this research context, the Special Issue is accommodating novel research approaches on the various types of risk that impact economic growth, either at micro- or macroeconomic levels of analysis. Under this plur...
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The sustainable organization culture is one of the most important intangible assets and driver of competitiveness of organizations. The aim of this article is to reveal the role of various form of leadership in shaping organisational culture by conducting empirical study in the network of pharmaceutical companies distinguished with high share of yo...
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Nowadays energy production systems have attracted a globally contentious scientific debate as it counts variable strategic stakeholders of competitive interests. Such indicative competitive interests are land use for energy crops against agricultural production, as well as the ongoing trend of energy production from Renewable Energy Sources (RES),...
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Nowadays energy production systems have attracted a globally contentious scientific debate as it counts variable strategic stakeholders of competitive interests. Such indicative competitive interests are land use for energy crops against agricultural production, as well as the ongoing trend of energy production from Renewable Energy Sources (RES),...
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There is growing scientific debate on the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) or Corporate Hypocrisy (CH) on Corporate Reputation (CR). The aim of the study is to analyse the influence of CSR on CR based on literature review and results of conducted empirical studies and to test this relationship in growing budget airlines sector. Envir...
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The aim of this article is to present data concerning customers’ satisfaction with the 4 systemic banks operating in Greece. Today, the market share of these banks is over 95%, as the economic crisis of 2010 has led to structural changes in the banking industry of the country. At the same time, the conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic will p...
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This paper investigates the barriers that hinder the implementation of lean manufacturing in wood and furniture industries as the adoption of this philosophy in such industries is not promising especially in emerging economies. To this end, a comprehensive review of the literature was performed to identify the barriers and develop a conceptual mode...
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Low Carbon Energy Technologies for Sustainable Energy Systems examines, investigates, and integrates current research aimed at operationalizing low carbon technologies within complex transitioning energy economies. Scholarly research has traditionally focused on the technical aspects of exploitation, R&D, operation, infrastructure, and decommission...
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Environmental issues and relevant policy plans are steadily involving the circular economy (CE) concept into business development. Such significant approaches to achieve environmentally sustainable economic development, they are supported and reinforced by dissatisfaction with the linear traditional approach of “take-make-dispose” model. This tradi...
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The book titled "Low Carbon Energy Technologies for Sustainable Energy Systems" examines, investigates, and integrates current research aimed at operationalizing low carbon technologies within complex transitioning energy economies. Scholarly research has traditionally focused on the technical aspects of exploitation, R&D, operation, infrastructure...
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The book titled "Low Carbon Energy Technologies in Sustainable Energy Systems" provides a technical and economic foundation for researchers and practitioners seeking to scale-up innovative low carbon energy technologies into sustainable energy systems. Key Features: • Combines socio-cultural perspectives, environmental sustainability, and economi...
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This research aimed to examine the role of leadership in the school environment and leadership’s contribution to the effectiveness of teachers’ professional development in the public secondary education of Athens to improve the learning process and school quality. More specifically, this study highlights the school principal’s contribution as a lea...
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The present research investigates the contribution of environmental innovation to firms’ competitive advantage through the case of medium and large-sized firms operating in Greece. Due to the growing trend of environmental innovation in Greece and a consequent increase in the research interest, this paper fills the existing gap in the relevant lite...
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Noise pollution is one of the most important environmental problems with severe impacts on human health and quality of life. The present research examines the annoyance caused by noise pollution in Athens, the capital of Greece. A survey was conducted using a questionnaire addressed to 470 inhabitants of Athens. Annoyance from noise pollution and i...
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Over the last two decades mobile communications industry is considered as one of most important and rapidly growing sectors of the economy around the world. In Greece the mobile communications sector is considered as one of the most importantly developed sectors of the economy. At the end of 2018, the Industry turnover reached at 4.8 billion euros,...
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Over the past decades the telecommunications industry is proven one of the most dynamic and competitive industrial sector around the world. Mobile communications have become an integral part of the industrial sector. In Greece the telecommunications industry is considered as one of the most importantly developed sectors of the economy, with high ad...
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Over the last few decades, the linkage between customers’ satisfaction and business profitability is proven a very important factor in modern business organizations. According to many researchers’ customers’ satisfaction is strongly correlated to business profitability. Besides, several research efforts studied this linkage in order to determine th...
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Globalisation, technology advancement, the influx of people and the freer movement of people have caused considerable social stress and unrest. Specifically, such changes are key determinants to the foremost significant issues of inclusion, tolerance to the others and respect to the different. In this context, education is a vital pedagogical tool...
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Achieving climate change mitigation goals requires the mobilization of all levels of society. The potential for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from households has not yet been fully realized. Given the complex climate change situation around the world, the importance of behavioral economic insights is already understood. Changing household...
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Since the 20th century, the deterioration of the ecological environment around the world has challenged urban space construction. With the development of urbanization, the consumption of resources and energy has increased, the level of biodiversity has decreased, environmental pollution is approaching the critical level, and the contradiction betwe...
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Climate change mitigation measures linked to households’ energy consumption have huge greenhouse gases (GHG) emission reduction potential and positive impact on energy poverty reduction. However, measures such as renovation of residential buildings or installation of micro generation technologies based on renewable energy sources have not realized...
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This study investigated the structure of employees’ remuneration and rewards systems, focusing on medium- and large-sized firms in the region of Attica in Greece during the economic crisis. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire based on relevant literature. A sample of 150 companies filled out a total of 500 questionnaires. The resul...
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ABSTRACT Objectives: E-cigarettes are electronic devices containing a liquid that usually consists of a mixture of glycerol, propylene glycol and nicotine, with or without flavorings, in various concentrations. A vapor or aerosol is produced, and inhaled from the user, when this liquid is heated by a heating coil. This work examines the impact of t...
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Cloud computing hastens technology driven innovation by taking advantage of the speed, the cost-effectiveness, the efficiency and the security that such applications offer. By using cloud computing, public organizations can exploit the economies of scale and innovate both efficiency and rapidly. The present study focuses on the factors influencing...
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During the last decade, the demand for electricity has increased significantly, both for companies and consumers. Therefore, in every country, there are companies developing and functioning to provide various forms of electric energy. The quality of the services that they provide has been of major concern for these companies for the last few years....
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Exploring the underlying dimensions of Environmental Behaviour (EB) and examining how Environmental Education (EE) and Environmental Sensitivity (ES) motivate the EB of Business Administration and Accounting students (BAS). A questionnaire survey took place and a sample of 190 BAS was randomly selected from the departments of Business Administrati...
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The purpose of this study is to promote a new way of application composite materials to restore eutrophic waters. A new sustainable way of application is based on the “teabag” method, in which materials were placed in water-permeable bags and immersed in the water column in order to