4) via both the topic (diabetes, which is endemic in Torres Strait and so students are likely to have personal knowledge of it at the very least through extended family members) and the use of their product on regional (TSIMA
, "Supplementary cementing materials in concrete.
Stating that she came to support press members and journalism, Tsimas
said "If a journalist is not free, then there is a problem in right of receiving news of the people and knowing the facts, there is a problem in democracy,".
, Influence of Quicklime Addition on the Mechanical Properties and Hydration Degree of Blended Cements containing Different Fly Ashes Construction and Building Material, accepted, (2007).
. Re-use of spent catalyst from oil-cracking refineries as supplementary cementing material.
Once again there were high-profile speakers from Greece and Turkey; ERT's Pavlos Tsimas
and veteran Turkish journalist Sami Kohen, one of the founders of Milliyet, who has been reporting on the Cyprus issue for 50 years
[4.] Antiohos, S.K., Papadakis, V.G., Chaniotakis, E., and Tsimas
, S., Improving the Performance of Ternary Blended Cements by Mixing Different Types of Fly Ashes, Cement and Concrete Research, 37(6), 2007, pp.
, "Supplementary cementing materials in concrete: part I: efficiency and design," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.
Ti[O.sub.2] photocatalysis involves the generation of valence-band holes and conduction-band electrons upon UV-A illumination of an aqueous Ti[O.sub.2] suspension and the subsequent generation of hydroxyl (H[O.sup.*]) and peroxide (H[O.sub.2.sup.*]) radicals (SANTANA et al., 2005; MOUNTEER et al., 2007; TSIMAS
et al., 2009).
According to journalist Pavlos Tsimas
, who says he has been following Turkish-Greek relations since 1980, the Greek people are now relieved by the end of the era of crises between the two countries.
[9.] Antiohos, S.K., Papadakis, V.G., Chaniotakis, E., and Tsimas
,S., Improving the Performance of Ternary Blended Cements by Mixing Different Types of Fly Ashes, Cement and Concrete Research, 37(6), 2007, pp.
ATyNA (CyHAN)- Cultural similarities and long-standing Turkish-Greek relations could be the answer to the question why Greek viewers love to watch Turkish soap operas, according to Pavlos Tsimas
, a well-known Greek journalist who produces a program called "Erevna" and hosts a news hour at Mega TV.