Irene Malegiannaki studied chemistry at the Chemistry Department of the University of Crete (B.Sc.) and received her M.Sc. degree in Physical Chemistry from the same department, in 2020. She joined IESL-FORTH for her MSc thesis focused on Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) for the analysis of both biogeochemical archives for paleoenvironmental studies and archaeological bronze objects. In 2021, she continued with an Erasmus traineeship at the University of Malaga Laser Lab focusing on LIBS analysis of single particles in an optical trap.
- 2020, M.Sc., Physical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry-University of Crete / IESL-FORTH, Greece
- 2017, B.Sc., Chemistry, Department of Chemistry-University of Crete, Greece
- Analytical Plasma Spectroscopy
- Development of laser spectroscopic instrumentation
- Laser analytical techniques and instrumentation for Cultural Heritage and Paleoenvironmental Studies