Spyros Pandis received his M.S. and Ph.D. in chemical engineering (1991) from the California Institute of Technology after earning the Dipl. Ing. in chemical engineering from the University of Patras, Greece. He held a joint appointment in the Department of Chemical Engineering, and the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon, achieving the rank of professor until 2004, when he returned to Greece at the University of Patras. Pandis continues to hold the position of research professor at CMU while serving as the deputy director of the Institute of Chemical Engineering, FORTH, Greece.
Air Quality and Climate Change
the Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies
Spyros Pandis awarded Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal
The 2021 Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal was awarded to Spyros Pandis for his outstanding contributions to atmospheric sciences and establishing our understanding of aerosol formation and its processes.
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