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Dr Vassilios Constantoudis received his degree in Physics from the Aristotelian University of Thessalonki-Greece and he continued his postgraduate studies in the Institute of Theoretical and Physical Chemistry at the National Hellenic Research Foundation in Athens-Greece, where he worked on the theory and applications of nonlinear and chaotic systems. He received his PhD with the title “Nonlinear dynamics of magnetic systems” in 1999 from the University of Athens. After two years post-doctoral research in the National Technical University of Athens-Greece where he has worked on applications of chaotic systems to molecular dissociation processes, he became a member of the Institute of Microelectronics (now Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) at the National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”.
His recent research focuses on mathematical and computational problems in nanometrology and nanotechnology with emphasis on the characterization and modeling of the morphology and roughness of nanostructures used in electronics, photonics, smart surfaces and bio-applications.
Dr. Constantoudis is the co-author of ~95 publications in peer-reviewed journals and proceedings and three book chapters which have been cited more than 1200 times with h-index=19 (source Scopus). He has participated in over 70 international conferences with 7 invited talks. Part of his work has been included in two patents, while he has supervised 1 PhD thesis and 8 master theses.