Dionysios (Dion) Demetriou Dionysiou

University of Cincinnati, USA 0000-0002-6974-9197

Professor Dionysios (Dion) Dionysiou was born on the Island of Cyprus. He is a Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. He teaches courses on advanced drinking water quality and treatment, advanced oxidation technologies (AOTs) and nanotechnologies, and physical-chemical processes for water quality control. His research interests include advanced technologies for water treatment, AOTs, solar-based disinfection and purification of water, fate, transport, and treatment of cyanotoxins in water, and environmental nanotechnology. Dr. Dionysiou is the author or co-author of 80 refereed journal publications, 79 conference proceedings and 7 book chapter publications. He is currently Editor of the Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies and Associate Editor for the Journal of Environmental Engineering (ASCE) (Special issue Editor) and Water Environment Research (WEF). He is a member of the Editorial Boards of Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, International Journal of Photoenergy, Environmental Progress and Sustainability, and Advanced Science Letters. Dr. Dionysiou has been serving as reviewer for more than 70 international scientific journals. He is also serving in many national committees (AEESP, AWWA, WEF, ACS) and as program chair of the division of environmental chemistry of the American Chemical Society. Dr. Dionysiou is the recipient of several awards including the Environmental Science and Technology’ Excellence in Review Award (2008), the 2007 Sigma Xi Young Investigator Research Recognition Award (University of Cincinnati Chapter), the NSF CAREER Award (2005), and the DuPont Young Professor Award (2005). Dr. Dionysiou has served as the supervisor and advisor of several post-doctoral associates, Ph.D. students and M.S students. He has trained many undergraduate students and hosted many international visiting scholars in his laboratories.

Biography Updated on 19 January 2009

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