Yohannes Kiros obtained an M.S. degree in chemical technology in 1987, KTH, a Licentiate in chemical engineering and technology in 1994, a Ph.D. degree in chemical technology in 1996, a Docent in 2004, all from KTH. Currently, he is an Associate Professor (docent), School of Chemical Science & Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, KTH, since 2004, a Lecturer in a number of courses such as Introduction to Chemical Reaction Engineering, Computational project in Chemical Engineering, Experimental Process Design, and Renewable Fuel Production Processes, an Expert evaluator of project proposals for Norwegian Research Council (2005, 2008-2011), the Israel Science Foundation (2009), an Expert Reviewer of FP7 EU project (2009), a Member of a MC for EU-Cost Action (543) Program (2006-2011), a Scientific Committee and Advisory Member in Theremc, HEYDAYS, Clagtee, an External and Internal Evaluator of Licentiate and Ph.D. degrees, a Member of the International Society of Electrochemistry. He is also a Referee for several scientific journals: Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Energy, and Environmental Science, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Journal Of Chemical Physics, Journal of Chemical Communications, Chemistry Society Reviews, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Journal of New Materials for Electrochemical Systems, Journal of Power Sources, Journal of Electrochemical Actas, Chemical Engineering Communications, Chemistry-A European Journal, Langmuir, Electrochemical Communications, Energy, Bites. Technology. His main research is in energy-related areas that include fuel cells, batteries, electrocatalysts, electrodes and electrode materials, biodiesel, and bioethanol as well as hydrogen production through reforming.
Biography Updated on 30 January 2013