The scientific field of my doctoral research investigates the physics of novel two-dimensional materials, such as the chalcogenides of transition metals, for low-energy consumption applications. The project focus pertains to (i) the development of innovative hybrid solid-state phases, consisting of nanometer-scale alternating layers of molecular and inorganic building blocks and (ii) the exploitation of synchrotron X-ray photon science tools to understand the role of the materials' atomic structure and dynamics modifications in their properties.
Ph.D. dissertation is being carried out at IESL-FORTH, entitled "Chemical Physics of Two-dimensional Magnetic and Superconducting Energy Materials"; degree awarding Institution, University of Crete (Dept. of Materials Science and Technology).
- 2021, Integrated Masters Degree in Applied Physics, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
- April 2018 - June 2019, Technical Student, CERN Proton Synchrotron, Switzerland
- 2D energy materials
- quantum physics
- superconductivity and magnetism
- medical physics