Dr Nikos Glezos received his B .Sc in Physics from the University of Athens, 1979 and his Ph.D. in Solid State Physics from the same university, 1984 .From 1995 and thereafter he became a Senior Member of the Research Staff, Institute of Microelectronics, NCSR “Demokritos” which in 2012 merged into the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INN). His research interests are electron beam lithography process and process simulation, resist simulation by analytical and molecular dynamics methods, molecular electronic devices and charge transport in the nanoscale. In collaboration with his former PhD student I.Raptis he developed an e-beam lithography simulation package which became a commercial product (LITHOS). He has successfully supervised 5 PhD theses. He is the author and co-author of 80 scientific publications in journals and invited lecturer in nanotechnology conferences and workshops. He has participated in EU nanotechnology programs (FREE, NANCAR,TASNANO) with activities in electron beam lithography and molecular electronics. He contributed as lithography expert in the Technology Roadmap of Microelectronics (IST Programme) and he is a reviewer of European programs on molecular electronics and nanotechnology and to scientific journals. During the period 2012-13 he acted as a Coordinator of the Department of Microelectronics of INN. He is married to Georgia Tsiropoula and has two daughters Myrsini and Iro.
Current Research Interests: Molecular Electronics, Hybrid Si-Molecular Memories, CNT Detectors, Simulation