We are a University lab conducting high level research since 1990 and we still continue to be on the cutting edge
We are conducting research on development, mathematical modeling, optimization and control of bioprocesses and much more
Our R&D activities have a very wide range and we are open to any collaboration aiming at the promotion of our research
Our laboratory has state-of-the-art equipment in order to support a wide range of research activities
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development, mathematical modelling, optimization and control of bioprocesses with special emphasis on environmental protection and wastes valorization via biotechnological production of high-added value chemicals and/or biofuels.
covers a wide spectrum of activities from the identification of key-mechanisms taking place in biochemical processes at the lab-scale up to the design and optimization of bioreactors and processes in industrial scale.
such as Life-Cycle Analysis (LCA) and Geographical Information Systems (G.I.S.) coupled with optimization methods for developing schemes for the optimal integrated management of municipal solid wastes.
The Laboratory of Biochemical Engineering & Environmental Technology (LBEET) was founded in 1990 and since then is conducting research on development, mathematical modeling, optimization and control of bioprocesses with special emphasis on environmental protection and wastes valorization via biotechnological production of high-added value chemicals and/or biofuels.
The laboratory conducts high level research since 1990 and has participated in a large number of Research and Development projects. Some of them are:
Moving towards life cycle thinking by integrating advanced waste management systems
Isolation and cultivation of phytoplankton strains for production of high value compounds
Enrgetically and environmental exploitation of olive mill wastewaters
Development of novel environmentally added-value surfactants and esters by biotechnological processes from fats and oils waste streams
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