Lab for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials - Nanosystems - Nanometrology



Head of Micro Fabrication Group

His research focuses on several PVD (HIPIMS, RF & DC Sputtering, e-beam & thermal evaporation) and Laser processes for the fabrication of protective nanonostructured thin films, 2D materials and nanoparticles for application in plasmonics, nanoelectronics and energy harvesting. He is also a specialist in surface (Scanning Probe Microscopy) and nanomechanical characterization of nanomaterials, biomaterials and devices.

tel: +30 2310 998076
email: skasa [at]


Specialist in thin films processes, in-situ and real-time monitoring with optical techniques and in optical properties using Ellipsometric techniques from IR to UV range. She is experienced in the modelling of the optical properties of metallic / semi conducting / insulating bulk materials and the optics in thin films, displays and PV devices.

tel: +30 2310 998103
email: mgiot [at]


Specialist in Thin Films deposition by vacuum & spin coating, ion surface treatment. Specialist in probing the properties of condensed matter using X-ray scattering techniques: X-ray Reflectivity, X-ray Diffraction and X-Ray Diffused Scattering. Specialist in probing surface properties of soft materials such as polymers using Atomic Force Microscopy techniques.

tel: +30 2310 998850
email: cgrava [at]


Dipl. Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, MSc in Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies.
Specialist in handling vacuum systems:
- development of small molecules Organic Solar Cells (OSCs) by Vacuum Thermal Evaporation (VTE) & Organic Vapor Phase Deposition (OVPD) techniques.
- Fabrication of Organic Thin Film Transistors (OTFTs) based on a,ω dihexylsexithiophene (DH-6T) by Vacuum Thermal Evaporation (VTE) and characterization of their properties.

tel: +30 2310998127
email: nomikgiorgos [at]


Physicist, MSc in Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies
Fabrication of Organic Solar Cells (OSCs) by Vacuum Thermal Evaporation (VTE) and Organic Vapour Phase Deposition (OVPD) techniques. Use of plasmonic nanostructures in OSCs. Topographic characterization of organic thin films by Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM).

tel: +30 2310998127
email: apapamic [at]

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