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Dr. Spyros Stathopoulos

Research Staff

I obtained my Applied Physics diploma in 2009 and my MSc in Microelectronics and Nanotechnology in 2011, both from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). My undergraduate and MSc work focused on the realisation of sensors based on metallic nanoparticles as well as electron beam lithography for patterning thin nanoparticle films. In 2015 I was awarded my PhD from the Department of Physics NTUA for my work on the use of infrared laser annealing for shallow junction engineering in silicon and germanium. Additionally, during 2015, I worked as a research assistant in project NanoARM at the NTUA providing laboratory assinstance in fabrication and charaterisation of metaloxide memristive devices. As of May, 2016 I am with the NanoGroup working on functional oxides in memristive devices.


Research interests

  • Modelling and applications of CW infrared laser radiation for the thermal treatment and electrical activation of semiconductors and devices.

  • Synthesis and applications of nanoparticles and thin films in the realization of novel sensors and memories.

  • Electron Beam lithography and applications.




Research Fellow with NanoGroup ECS, Dr Themis Prodromakis' group


Michalas, Loukas, Trapatseli, Maria, Stathopoulos, Spyridon, Cortese, Simone, Khiat, Ali and Prodromakis, Themistoklis (2018) Dataset for article "Interface asymmetry induced by symmetric electrodes on Metal-Al:TiOx-Metal structures" University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0307 [Dataset]

Stathopoulos, Spyridon, Khiat, Ali, Trapatseli, Maria, Cortese, Simone, Serb, Alexantrou, Valov, Ilia and Prodromakis, Themistoklis (2018) Multibit memory operation of metal-oxide bi-layer memristors University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0329 [Dataset]


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