Dr. Pavlos Pandis, acquired his Diploma of Chemical Engineering and his PhD (supported by a national scholarship in Materials Science) at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). He has been involved for 13 years in research projects and participated so far in four (5) EU funded programs and in four (4) national funded projects. He is currently an associate researcher in a 3rd place awarded project funded from Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (HFRI) involving energy harvesting from organic waste through materials optimization in structural aspects of Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) at NTUA since November of 2018. His research interest activities numbers 20 scopus indexed publications, 34 participations in international, 22 in national conferences and his expertise involves materials synthesis through solid, wet, mechanochemical and other techniques incl. sonochemically assisted. He has structural, physical & electrochemical characterization experience in micro-/nano-sized porous or dense custom-shaped inorganic materials, macro-/meso-/ and /nano-powders and structures and their applications in the fields of: (i) Nanotechnology, (ii) Morphing and shaping, (iii) Heterogeneous catalysis, (iv) Fuel cell fabrication and operation and (v) Separation membrane technology. His expertise enables the flexibility of utilizing the inorganic and/or hybrid inorganic/organic (nano)materials in energy saving/harvesting, heterogeneous catalysis, coatings and environmental-friendly technology applications.