Assistant Professor STASINAKIS S. Athanasios

Environmental Engineering and Science Sector


Office: Xenia A Building – Room 210

Phone number: 0030 22510 36257


BSc Department of Environment, University of the Aegean, Greece (1997), PhD in Environmental Sciences, University of the Aegean, Greece (2002)



Toxicity and behavior of heavy metals species and synthetic organic compounds in activated sludge treatment systems, impact of operating conditions on activated sludge bioflocculation and suspended solids sedimentation, use of low-cost adsorbent materials for the treatment of industrial wastewater, use of physicochemical methods for the treatment of industrial and municipal wastewater, municipal and industrial wastewater reuse. 


1.       Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S. and Lekkas T.D. (2001) Toxicity of organotin    compounds to activated sludge. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 49, 275-280.

2.       Stasinakis A.S., Mamais D., Thomaidis N.S and Lekkas T.D (2002) Effect of chromium (VI) on bacterial kinetics of heterotrophic biomass of activated sludge. Water Research, 36, 3342-3350.

3.       Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S. , Giannes A.S. and Lekkas T.D. (2003) Effect of arsenic and mercury speciation on inhibition of respiration rate in activated sludge systems. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 10, 177-182.

4.       Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S. and Lekkas T.D. (2003) Speciation of chromium in wastewater and sludge by extraction with liquid anion exchanger Amberlite LA-2 and Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. Analytica Chimica Acta, 478, 119-127.

5.       Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S. , Mamais D., Papanikolaou E.C., Tsakon A. and Lekkas T.D. (2003) Effects of chromium (VI) addition on the activated sludge process. Water Research, 37, 2140-2148.

6.       Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S., Mamais D., Karivali M. and Lekkas T.D. (2003) Chromium species behaviour in the activated sludge process. Chemosphere, 52, 1059-1067.

7.       Stasinakis A.S., Mamais D., Paraskevas P. and Lekkas T.D. (2003) Evaluation of different methods for the determination of maximum heterotrophic growth rate. Water Environment Research, 75, 549-552.

8.       Lekkas T., Kostopoulou M., Petsas A., Vagi M., Golfinopoulos S., Stasinakis A., Thomaidis N., Pavlogeorgatos G., Kotrikla A., Gatidou G., Xylourgidis N., Kolokythas G., Makri C., Babos D., Lekkas D. and Nikolaou A. (2003) Monitoring priority substances of directives 76/464/EEC and 2000/60/EC in Greek water bodies. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 5, 593-597.

9.       Lekkas T., Kolokythas G., Nikolaou A., Kostopoulou M., Kotrikla A., Gatidou G., Thomaidis N., Golfinopoulos S., Makri C., Babos D., Vagi M., Stasinakis A., Petsa A. and Lekkas D. (2004) Evaluation of the pollution of the surface waters of Greece from the priority compounds of List II, 76/464/EEC Directive, and other toxic organic compounds. Environment International, 30, 995-1007.

10.   Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S. , Mamais D. and Lekkas T.D. (2004) Investigation of Cr(VI) reduction in continuous-flow activated sludge plants. Chemosphere, 57, 1069-1077.

11.   Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S. , Nikolaou A. and Katifes A. (2005) Aerobic biodegradation of organotin compounds in activated sludge batch reactors. Environmental Pollution, 134, 431-438.








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