Dr. Dimitrios A. Giannakoudakis, Chemist Nanotechnology and Materials Chemistry on Catalysis and adsorption. The personal webSite
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  • Institute of Physical Chemistry, recognized publication record: Awarded between the 6 most motivting and highly published articles from IChF in 2019 
  • Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS) rector Award (2019):  in recognition of scientific achievements for the University of Maria Curie-Skłodowska in Lublin for original and creative scientific achievements documented by a series of articles published in the 2018/2019 academic year in the field of the role of surface functional groups and porous structure for different types of materials in relation to their possible environmental applications. 
  • James Whittam Award for Research Excellence in Interfacial Phenomena (2016): for the best annually performance and publishing record between the City College of New York PhD Students 

High-school awards:

  • 1st prize at 13nd PanHellenic Chemistry competition
  • 2nd Pan-European prize, Mathematic competition “Gh. Titeica”
  • 1st prize twice in Greek Mathematic Association’s competition
  • 1st Distinctions for the Mathematic performance, Mandoulides High School


for my PhD candidancy 

  • The Graduate Center of CUNY, full tuition award, USA / (2012-16)
  • City University of New York Science Scholarship, full leaving cost award, USA / (2012-16)
  • Onassis Foundation study abroad scholarship for the PhD, USA / (2012-16)
  • Leventis Foundation scholarship for the PhD performance, Greece / (2013-15)
  • Gerondelis Foundation Distinctive Scholarship for the PhD performance, USA / (2013)


individual research & travel grants

  • CREATE project: Individual grant “Study visits under the CREATE project”, (grant CREATE 666295), funded from the “European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme”. Proposal title: photocatalytic and sonophotocatalytic application towards the upgrade of the biomass derived compounds targeted to be utilized for the synthesis of various pharmaceuticals and biomolecules / 2020
  • MINIATURE 2: Individual grant (first step of self-stand research project) for the establishment of a collaborative scientific activity with an abroad research team at City College of New York, from National Science Center of Poland / 2019
  • COST action: Sort term Scientific Mission, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, COST action FP1306, Poland / 2018
  • NSF grant: National Science Foundation of USA (NSF) grant, for participation at the international conference Fundamental of Adsorption (FOA12) in 2016, organized by International Adsorption Society and DECHEMA / 2016
  • CUNY travel grant: Doctoral Student Research of City University of New York Grant, twice / 2014 & 2015
  • CCNY research recognition grant: City College Professional Development Institute Grant / 2015
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