Office Phone: (+30) 2810 391874
Lab Phone: (+30) 2810 391349
Email: myrsinik@iesl.forth.gr
Ms. Myrsini Kaitazi
Ph.D. student

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).

Education

  • 2021, Integrated Masters Degree in Applied Physics, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Career

  • April 2018 - June 2019, Technical Student, CERN Proton Synchrotron, Switzerland

Interests

  • 2D energy materials
  • quantum physics
  • superconductivity and magnetism
  • medical physics
Combined Radiation Strategies for Novel and Enhanced Cancer Treatment
Georgios Kareliotis, Ioanna Tremi, Myrsini Kaitatzi, Eleni Drakaki, Alexandros A. Serafetinides, Mersini Makropoulou, and Alexandros G. Georgakilas
Int. J. Radiat. Biol., Volume:96, Issue:9, Page:1087, Year:2020, DOI:doi.org/10.1080/09553002.2020.1787544
The Facts and Myths for the Use of Lasers in Orthopedic Surgery
Alexandros P. Apostolopoulos, Stavros Angelis, Myrsini Kaitatzi, Georgios Kareliotis, Anastasios Tsiotsias, Spyridon J. Maris, Dimitrios K. Filippou, and Mersini Makropoulou
J. Long. Term. Eff. Med., Volume:31, Issue:2, Page:55, Year:2021, DOI:doi.org/10.1615/JLongTermEffMedImplants.2021038059