Evangelos Delikonstantis was born in Larisa, Greece on the 19th of April 1989.
He earned his bachelor and master’s degree in chemical engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2012, ranked first in his cohort. In 2015, he completed the Professional Doctorate in Engineering from the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, with honors, specialized in Process and Equipment Design. For his thesis, he worked on the conceptual process design of a novel PET chemical recycling process for Ioniqa Technologies B.V. Afterwards, he joined USG Engineering Professionals, serving as engineer consultant in power, process and production systems.
In 2016, he joined the Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven) as a PhD candidate in the Department of Chemical Engineering under the supervision of Prof. G. D. Stefanidis. His PhD project focused on the development of plasma-assisted reactor systems for rich-in-methane gas streams valorization to olefins. In 2016, he was granted a scholarship by the KIC-InnoEnergy PhD school for customized training on innovation and entrepreneurship. Afterwards, he joined the Laboratory for Chemical Technology (LCT) of Ghent University as postdoctoral researcher.
His latest interests and research activities are focused on electrified chemical processes for CO2, biomass and natural gas valorization, conceptual processes design and life cycle assessment.