Dr. Christos Aggelopoulos is an Assistant Researcher at FORTH/ICE-HT (2018-today). He is a physicist by training with an MSc Diploma in Physics (Environmental Sciences) from the University of Patras (2004) while he received his PhD Diploma in Environmental Engineering from the same University (2007). Following postdoctoral research at Institut Francais du Petrole-IFP, France (2009-2010), he was subsequently continued as Research Associate at FORTH/ICE-HT (2010-2012, 2014-2018) and Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, France (2012-2014). He was also participating as Adjunct Academic Staff of Hellenic Open University; from 2017 to 2020, he was tutor in the postgraduate program (M.Sc.), Environmental Design of Infrastructure Works. His research activities involve the in-depth study of environmental systems and the exploration of effective remediation methods for polluted environmental sites. More specifically his research activities focus on (i) Polluted soil/wastewater/waste treatment by cold atmospheric plasma, (ii) Investigation of multiphase flow and transport phenomena in soils with application to subsurface contamination and remediation, (iii) Biomass valorization for the development of low cost adsorbents capable to remove multi-species pollutants from wastewater, (iv) Wastewater treatment by photo-catalysis and (v) Carbon dioxide storage in geological formations and environmental impacts.