Ioannis_Ziomas Prof. Ioannis Ziomas

  Director of Planning & Analysis Process Laboratory

  School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens


Short Bio

Ioannis C. Ziomas was born in Athens, Greece in 1956. He is Professor at the School of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Processes Analysis and Design Laboratory. During the period 2008-2010 he was Chair of the Directing Board of the National Centre for the Environment and Sustainable Development and member of the National Council for Research and Technology (2005-2009).
He graduated in Physics from the University of Thessaloniki (1980) and obtained Ph.D. in Environmental Physics from the same University (1984). Coordinator in 45 research projects and senior researcher in other 25. Scientific Consultant in more than 100 environmental studies and projects. He has more than 150 published papers in refereed journals and international conferences. Has received more than 2300 citations (h factor = 26). Also reviewer of research proposals for the Directorates General for Research and Development and for the Environment of the EU, for the General Secretariat of Research and Technology of Greece and the Ministry of Education of Greece. Finally, he is reviewer at 15 international scientific journals.

Presentation Title: Land use planning in territorial areas of SEVESO industrial installations


A methodology for decision taking in order to assist the land use planning in adjacent areas of industrial installations covered by Directive SEVESO II is presented. The methodology incorporates a wide range of multiple and often conflicting criteria, resulting in land-use planning decisions, through the implementation of the multi-criteria analysis ELECTRE TRI. Additionally, the methodology is developed to take into account the specificities of the Greek reality, regarding the type and availability of risk data and land use, covering in this way the requirements of national and European laws. Finally, the specific methodology is simple in its use and can be incorporated into GIS environment tools.

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