My plan is to apply various biosensor and chemical/ionic transport technologies currently being developed at the Linköping University (and at OrgBIO’s EMSE partner) in combined systems.
I hold a bachelor’s degree in Materials Science from University of Patras (UOP) (Greece), with my dissertation focusing in the restoration of works of art by means of spectral and colorimetric techniques.
I received my MSc in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) (Greece) and my thesis was on Development of Thin Film and Organic Photovoltaic Devices through wet techniques and characterization of their surface morphology.
From 2012 to 2014, i worked as Postgraduate Researcher in the Laboratory of Thin Films Nanosystems and Nanometrology at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
My research projects focused on the characterization of organic & inorganic thin films by Atomic Force Microscopy & Raman techniques and the development by the wet techniques of thin films of photoactive materials and of thin films with metallic nanoparticles in order to study Plasmonics (plasmonic and enhancement of the efficiency) in Organic Solar Cells.
In October 2014, i joined the Organic Electronics group at LiU (Norrkoping campus) as a PhD student in Organic Bioelectronics. My PhD project is part of the Marie Sklodovska Curie training network OrgBio. I am participating in the graduate school Forum Scientium at Linköping University.
Other research groups and networks
Marie Sklodovska Curie ITN OrgBio