George Kiriakidis Group Leader

Professor George Kiriakidis


 

 

  

Education:

George Kiriakidis obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Salford, UK in 1979. His Ph.D. thesis was on the study of thin films utilizing Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy (SIMS).

Career:

Since 1981 he is a faculty member in the Department of Physics at the University of Crete. He initialy served as a research fellow and later as Lecturer and Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics / Applied Physics. He was promoted to an Associate Professor in 2009. He is also a senior researcher with IESL / FORTH since 1985, and he is the founder and head of the Photonic and Electronic Materials lab, recently called Transparent Conductive Materials (TCM) and devices lab.

Interests:

Thin films, Transparent Conductive Materials and oxides with emphasis on growth, characterization and n- & p-type structures [Transparent Thin Film Transistor (TTFTs)]. Devise fabrication on rigid and flexible substrates for Flexible Electronics. Surface and interface characterization, Micro- and nano- structures and Opto-electronic applications. Growth and study of thin Film Gas Sensors, and, photo-catalytic and electro-chromic materials and devices.

Telephone:

 +30-2810-391271     

Fax:

 +30-2810-391305

Email:

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Office:

 114 Physics Bldg. & FORTH

Webpage:

http://www.iesl.forth.gr/people/person.aspx?id=175

Reseach Projects:

Clear-Up (Clean and Resource efficient buildings for real life) FP7/2007-2013 IP:211948
Novel & Advanced Transparent Oxides
Zn-based TFTs and transparent p/n diodes
ORAMA 2010-2014 (Oxide Materials Towards a Mature Post-silicon Electronics Era) FP7-NMP-2009-2.2-1 Proj. No: IP:246334-2 
EKSOTHERMO-“Smart & Cheap Thermochromic Windows for Energy Saving in Buildings”
New Sensing Technologies for Air-Pollution Control and Environmental Sustainability "EuNetAir"
Oxide Nanostructures for wireless Chemical Sensing "WIROX"


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