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Ioannis Raptis, received his BS degree in Physics (1989) and his Ph.D. on e-beam lithography (1996) both from the Physics Dept. University of Athens. The experimental part of his Ph.D. thesis was carried out at IESS-CNR (Rome, Italy). The software part of his thesis became a commercial product of Sigma-C GmbH. Since 2003 he works at NCSR-D as researcher, and since 2013 as a Director of Research on the implementation of technologies and electronic/photonic devices in the micro/nano scale for bio(chem) sensing applications. In 2008 along other researchers he set-up the spin-off company ThetaMetrisis. ThetaMetrisis design and manufacture tools for the characterization of coatings. He is/was Key Researcher and Coordinator of several EU (FP6, FP7) and national (GSRT) funded research projects in the areas of nanotechnology and microsystems. He is program and steering committee member in several international conferences in the areas of sensors and microsystems and serves regularly as reviewer in scientific journals and as invited speaker in conferences/summer schools. He is author of more than 130 publications in international journals and holder of 4 patents.