Alexandros Terzis (b. 14/09/1984) is an Assistant Professor at Technion, and founder and head of the Thermofluids & Interfaces Laboratory in the Aerospace Department (Israel, 2020−present).
He was a postdoctoral scholar, jointly appointed by the Stanford Microfluidics and NanoHeat Labs, Stanford University (2019−2020); an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral research fellow, hosted by the Institute of Aerospace Thermodynamics, University of Stuttgart (2016−2018); and a research associate in the Group of Thermal Turbomachinery at EPFL (2009−2015).
Alexandros received a 5-year Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Aristotle University of his native Thessaloniki (2008); an MSc in Thermal Power from Cranfield University (2010); and earned his PhD in Thermal-Fluid Sciences from EPFL (2014). He also holds the Stanford Ignite certificate ExEd in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the Stanford Graduate School of Business (2020).
PhD, Mechanical Engineering, EPFL − École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (2014)
MSc, Mechanical Engineering, Cranfield University (2010)
Dipl.-Ing., Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2008)
- Interfacial phenomena in multiphase systems
- Coupling of porous media flow with other flow domains
- Wetting and spreading dynamics, drop impact on solids and films
- Convective heat transfer augmentation, impingement jets
- Turbomachinery aero-thermodynamics, gas turbine heat transfer
- Measurement techniques development