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Iasonas has received his degree in Physics at the University of Crete (UoC). He holds a MSc degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from the Department of Chemistry at UoC. He Joined the Cyprus institute as a research assistant in 2016 directly involved with in situ, long-term and campaign-based, monitoring of key gas phase and particulate pollutants and their chemical and physical properties. He has participated in the establishement of the Cyprus Atmsopheric Observatory stations in both rural and urban sites in Cyprus. Before joining CyI he worked at the UoC atmospheric monitoring station at Finokalia, Crete.
His research focuses on real time fine aerosol chemical composition using online mass spectrometry, source apportionment of the organic fraction implementing receptor modeling techniques, studying aerosol size distributions and New Particle Formation, monitoring the absorption and scattering properties of ambient particulate matter and recently, the design and development of atmospheric monitoring networks based on low-cost technology.