NTUA, Zografou, Greece
Title: Some Experiences on Extrudate Swell with the K-BKZ Model
Symposium: Modelling & Simulation
Professor Evan Mitsoulis, PhD, P.Eng., FCIC, FSPE, was born in Athens, Greece, in 1954. He received his Diploma in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in 1977. He then moved to Canada, where he obtained his Master's degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of New Brunswick in 1979, and his PhD degree in Chemical Engineering at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1984.
Professor Evan Mitsoulis joined the University of Ottawa as an Assistant Professor in 1984. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1989 and to Full Professor in 1994. He has spent sabbatical leaves at the Ecole des Mines de Paris, Sophia-Antipolis, France (1990-91) and at the NTUA in Athens, Greece (1991, 1994-1995). He was a visiting Professor at the Laboratoire de Rhéologie, Grenoble, France (1995).
Since 1998 is back at his Alma Mater, NTUA, where he is currently a Professor in the School of Mining Engineering and Metallurgy, Department of Metallurgy and Materials Technology.
Professor Mitsoulis has published over 442 scientific and technical papers in the areas of rheology, polymer and materials processing, and computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer. He has also published 11 chapters in books, including chapters in the Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics. His citation record is around 3000 with an h-factor of 31. Professor Mitsoulis is an active participant in International Conferences, Workshops and Seminars.
Professor Mitsoulis is the Director of the Computer-Aided Materials Processing - Rheology and Design (CAMP - R&D) research group and lab funded originally in Canada by NSERC and the Ontario Centre for Materials Research (OCMR), a provincial centre of excellence, in which he was a project leader. At NTUA funding is provided from University, National, and European research projects.
Professor Mitsoulis is a registered professional engineer in Greece (TEE) and in the Province of Ontario (APEO), Canada, a Fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers (FSPE), a Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada (FCIC), member in 15 professional societies, including the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and the Society of Rheology. He is also one of the founders and the first president of the Hellenic Society of Rheology. He is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Who's Who in Canadian Engineering, and Hellenic Who's Who.