Physics of nanostructures and biomaterials

@ Department of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA)

Webpage http://users.uoa.gr/~csimseri/physics_of_nanostructures_and_biomaterials.html

 

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Main Team Members: Constantinos Simserides (Assistant Professor of Theoretical Solid State Physics), Andreas Morfis (PhD student), Konstantinos Lambropoulos (PhD student), Marilena Mantela (PhD student), Marina Theodorakou (MSc student).

Former members: Maria Tassi (now post-doc at Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, NCSR Demokritos, Athens), Konstantinos Kaklamanis (now PhD student at University of Ioannina), Christina Zacharaki (now PhD student at Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, NCSR Demokritos - Physics Department NKUA), Maria Chatzieleftheriou (now PhD student at ESPCI Paris), Georgios Georgiadis (now at private education), Charalambos Maroulis (now at private education).

Within the Group, I have supervised (x) and supervise (*) the Theses:

 

BSc

MSc

PhD

Andreas Morfis

 

 

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Konstantinos Lambropoulos

x

x

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Marilena Mantela

x

x

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Marina Theodorakou

x

*

 

 

Former group members: Georgios Georgiadis, Christina Zacharaki, Charalambos Maroulis, Maria Chatzieleftheriou, Konstantinos Kaklamanis.

Within the Group I have supervised (x) the Theses:

 

BSc

MSc

PhD

Georgios Georgiadis

 

x

 

Christina Zacharaki

 

x

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Maria Chatzieleftheriou

x

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Charalambos Maroulis

 

x

 

Konstantinos Kaklamanis

x

x

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# MSc at University of Copenhagen ## PhD student at ESPCI Paris ! PhD student at University of Ioannina !! PhD student at Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, NCSR Demokritos - Physics Department NKUA GG, CM are now working as physics teachers.

 

Within the Group: I have supervised six (6) MSc Diploma Theses [K. Lambropoulos, Ch. Maroulis, G. Georgiadis, Ch. Zacharaki, M. Mantela, K. Kaklamanis]; one (1) MSc Diploma Thesis [M. Theodorakou] is being carried out. I have also supervised eighteen (18) BSc Diploma Theses [M. Bazini, D. Nioras, Ev. Pappas, F. Amargianou, Ch. Vantaraki, A.-D. Stefanou, S.-B. Atata, M. Theodorakou, A. Kosma, K. Kaklamanis, N. Kamilaris, M. Chatzieleftheriou, M. Mantela, S. Karydis, S. Vasilogamvros, C. Grossler, K. Lambropoulos, A. Alevizos]; four (4) BSc Diploma Theses [P. Mpilia, T. Adamantopoulos, M. Chliara, P. Moraitis] are being carried out.

Internships

I supervised for RISE worldwide, DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Dienst), the Internship of BSc student Richard Lopp (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany) [2 Jul - 6 Sep 2015]. Project: Temporal and spatial evolution of electron or hole transfer along DNA. Now he is a PhD student at University of Waterloo & Institute for Quantum Computing, Canada. 

 

Research Grants

IKY Fellowship of Excellence for postgraduate studies in Greece - Siemens Program, grant for Ph.D. Student Andreas Morphis. Duration 1/3/2013 - 31/8/2016.

 

IKY Fellowship of Excellence for postdoctoral research in Greece - Siemens Program, grant for Dr. Maria Tassi. Duration 15/9/2014 - 14/9/2016.

 

ELIDEK (Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation) Ph.D. Scholarship for Ph.D. Student Konstantinos Lambropoulos. Duration 21/8/2017 - 30/4/2019.

 

Academic Grants

Academic Textbooks through Action Kallipos (http://www.kallipos.gr/) for: States of Matter & Quantum Optics and Lasers. Oct 2014 - Sep 2015.

 

Participation in the Action Open Academic Courses at the University of Athens (http://ocw-project.uoa.gr/): for States of Matter & Quantum Optics and Lasers. Mar 2014 - Sep 2015.

 

Computer Resourses

Project CODNA (Charge Oscillations in DNA), with ~ 90000 + 500000 + 1500000 + 1500000 core hours at the supercomputer ARIS installed at the Hellenic Ministry of Education (2015-2018).

 

Project Electronic structure of nucleic acid bases and analogues, with ~ 100 000 hours at LinkSCEEM-2 project, Cyprus (2015).

 

We also use computer resources of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Computer Center, of the National Infrastructure HellasGrid and of the Solid State Physics Section.

 

Finally, we have a group computer center constructed mainly via the grants that we host.