Carbon Quantum Dots, Microsystems, Chemical Sensors, Micro- and Nanofabrication


Apostolos Segkos was born in Athens in 1987. He received his diploma in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 2014, specializing in Organic Chemistry and Industries and completing his diploma thesis titled "Modelling of a valveless micro-pump for living cell transportation". Apostolos has worked as a Chemical Engineer in the industrial sector until 2016, when he joined the National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos" as a PhD candidate in collaboration with NTUA. His area of research is focused on the synthesis and characterization of carbon quantum dots (CQDs) and the fabrication and characterization of CQD-based chemical sensors.



Segkos, A., Sakellis, I., Boukos, N., Drivas, C., Kennou, S., Kordatos, K. and Tsamis, C., Patterned carbon dot-based thin films for solid-state devices Nanoscale, Volume 12, Pages: 10254-10264, 2020 [doi]

Barmpakos, D., Segkos, A., Tsamis, C. and Kaltsas, G., Enhancement Of PEDOT:PSS Seebek Coefficient Using Carbon-Quantum-Dot-Based Nanocomposite Materials: Application To Inkjet Printing On Flexible Substrate Pages: 2515-2518, Article Number: 8808805, 2019 [doi]

Dubourg, G., Segkos, A., Katona, J., Radović, M., Savić, S., Niarchos, G., Tsamis, C. and Crnojević-Bengin, V., Fabrication and characterization of flexible and miniaturized humidity sensors using screen-printed TiO2 nanoparticles as sensitive layer Sensors (Switzerland), Volume 17, Article Number: 1854, 2017 [doi]

Barmpakos, D., Segkos, A., Tsamis, C. and Kaltsas, G., A disposable flexible humidity sensor directly printed on paper for medical applications Volume 931, Article Number: 012003, 2017 [doi]

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