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Education

PhD theses 

(1) S. Cohen (1990)

Spectroscopic study of the odd autoionizing Rydberg states and double ionization of Strontium.

University of Ioannina/Physics Department

(2) S. Goutis (1991)

Study of the interactions of the even autoionizing 4dnl Rydberg states of Strontium.

University of Ioannina/Physics Department

(3) C. Baharis (2004)

Laser Spectroscopy of the Cadmium and Zinc Rydberg states in a thermionic diode.

University of Ioannina/Physics Department

(4) I. Fasaki (2009)      --->  English abstract

Study of NiO, TiO2 and ZnO thin films for gas sensing and optoelectronic applications (in Greek)

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(5) A. Giannoudakos (under preparation)

Metal oxide thin films growth and study of their physical and chemical properties.

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(6) P. Koralli (2016)

Laser micromachining of matrials for the thin-films photovoltaic tecnology.

Mech.Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.


 MsC theses 

(1) N. Vakakis (2001)

Metal and metal oxide thin films development by Reactive Pulsed Laser Deposition.  

National Technical University/Interdisciplinary course on “Materials Science and Technology”.

(2) A. Tsigara (2002)

Growth and Study of ZnO thin films and multilayer Zn/ZnO/Zn structures by Pulsed Laser Deposition.

University of Ioannina.

 (3) L. Athanasekos (2002)

Particulate Reduction by use of laser methods in materials growth using Pulsed Laser Deposition.

Msc in “Photonics and Optoelectronic Devices”, Heriot-Watt and St. Andrews Univ. Scotland.

(4) G. Papazisimos (2002)

Growth of inorganic composite thin films and new material structure by PLD.

Msc in “Photonics and Optoelectronic Devices”, Heriot-Watt and St. Andrews Univ. Scotland.

(5) E. Tylipaki (2003)

Optical properties and thickness of pulsed-laser deposited ZnO thin films.  

National Technical University/Interdisciplinary course on “Materials Science and Technology”.

(6) M. Samataki (2006)

NiO thin films growth by PLD and  characterization of their electrical properties (in Greek) .

National Technical University/Interdisciplinary course on “Materials Science and Technology”.


(7) A. Koutoulaki (2009)  ---> English abstract

NiO thin films growth and study of their electrical, structural and nano-mechanical properties.  

National Technical University/Interdisciplinary course on “Materials Science and Technology” (co-supervision: Dr. C. Charitidis)

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(8) Ch. Chatzimanolis-Moustakas (March 2012) 

Development and Diagnostics of NiO thin films with Au catalysts as low temperature hydrogen gas sensors (in Greek).

National Technical University/Interdisciplinary course on “Materials Science and Technology” (co-supervision: Dr. C. Charitidis)


Diploma theses

 (1) A. Giannoudakos (1999)

Ni and Cr determination in stainless steel by laser ablation.

(Awarded by the Thomaidion Foundation/National Technical University for the “Progress of Science”)

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(2) K. Tselios (1999)

Qualitative and quantitative determination of PAHs and oil products in water by laser.

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

 
(3) A. Diamantopoulou (2000)

Elemental Determination in ceramic matrices by Laser-Induced Plasma Spectroscopy (LIPS).

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.


(4) A. Saranti (2002)

Particulates Reduction on the surface of pulsed laser deposited Ta and TaOx thin films by the use of a second reheating IR pulsed laser.

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(5) I. Fasaki (2005)

Optical and structural characterization of pulsed laser deposited NiO and ZnO thin films.

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(6) D. Kontis (2006)

Theoretical and experimental determination of the thickness of pulsed laser deposited NiO thin films.

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(7) M. Andoniadou (2007)

Apparatus development and testing of electrochemical NiO hydrogen micro-sensors

Chem. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens.

(8) Lia Georgiou (2009)   ---> English abstract

A metal oxide thin films study and application of Cu2O as gas sensor devices

Electr. Eng. Dept./National Technical University of Athens  (co-supervision: Dr. D. Tsamakis) .

(9) P. Koralli (1.11.10) ---> English abstract 

Laser-micromashining (laser scribing) of Molybdenum thin films for photovoltaic applications (in Greek).

Mechanical Engineering Dept./National Technical University of Athens (co-supervision: Prof.. D. Manolakos)


(10) P. Perdika (October 2011)

Growth and properties of NiO thin films. Optimization as hydrogen sensors by partial surface coverage with Au nanoparticles.

Mechanical Engineering Dept./National Technical University of Athens 
(co-supervision: Prof. D. Manolakos)


(11) V. Chountalas (September 2012)  ---> English Abstract

Structural and optical properties, elemental analysis and laser scribing of CuInGa(SeTe) thin films
for 2nd generation Photovoltaic Cell
s (in Greek).

Mechanical Engineering Dept./National Technical University of Athens (co-supervision: Prof. D. Manolakos)


.(12) E. Markou (November 2012)  ---> English Abstract

Growth of ZnO:Al and ZnO:In thin films by Pusled Laser Deposition: Micro-scribing, Structural and optical properties, for 2nd generation Photovoltaic Cells (in Greek).

Mechanical Engineering Dept./National Technical University of Athens (co-supervision: Prof. D. Manolakos)

 


 




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