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Dr. Demosthenes Koutsogeorgis

MTIF Fellow, Thin films, Nano photonics and plasmonics

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When Ellipsometry Works Best: A Case Study With Transparent Conductive Oxides. JA Hillier, S Camelio, W Cranton, AV Nabok, CJ Mellor, DC Koutsogeorgis and N Kalfagiannis, in ACS Photonics 2020, Articles ASAP, Publication Date (Web):September 25, DOI: 10.1021/acsphotonics.0c00389.

Laser induced ultrafast combustion synthesis of solution-based AlOx for thin film transistors, E Carlos, S Dellis, N Kalfagiannis, L Koutsokeras, DC Koutsogeorgis, Rita Branquinho, Rodrigo Martins, Elvira Fortunato, in Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2020, 8 (18), 6176-6184.

Recent Progress in Photonic Processing of Metal Oxide Transistors. E Yarali, C Koutsiaki, H Faber, K Tetzner, E Yengel, P Patsalas, N Kalfagiannis, DC Koutsogeorgis and TD Anthopoulos, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2020, 30 (20), 1906022.

Auxetic cardiac patches with tunable mechanical and conductive properties toward treating myocardial infarction. M Kapnisi, C Mansfield, C Marijon, AG Guex, F Perbellini, I Bardi, EJ Humphrey, JL Puetzer, D Mawad, DC Koutsogeorgis, DJ Stuckey, CM Terracciano, SE Harding, MM Stevens, in Adv. Funct. Mater. 2018, 28 (21), 1800618.

Chapter 18: Laser Annealing as a Platform for Plasmonic Nanostructuring. N Kalfagiannis, DC Koutsogeorgis, E Lidorikis and P Patsalas, in Nanoplasmonics – Fundamentals and Applications, Intech Open 2017 (ISBN 978-953-51-3278-3).


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Areas of Expertise

  • Nanotechnology
  • Thin film fabrication (sputtering, Sol Gel, ALD)
  • Thin film electronics, flexible electronics, transparent electronics
  • Metal oxide semiconducting thin films
  • Transparent and conducting thin films
  • Nanophotonics
  • Photonics
  • Plasmonics
  • Ellipsometry


Roles and Responsibilities

Demosthenes (Demos) Koutsogeorgis is an Associate Professor of Photonic Technologies at Nottingham Trent University (NTU). He has over 20 years of experience in R&D projects, with academia and industry, on laser processing of thin‐film materials. Projects led by Demos lie in the scientific area of materials science for nanotechnology applications in plasmonics, electronics and light emitting devices. Applications span several industries including those of photovoltaics, data storage, security and authentication, medical devices, optoelectronics, thin film transistors, quantum computing, displays, smart coatings, functional materials.

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Dr Costas Tsakonas
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Dr. Graham Hickman
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Prof. Rob Morris
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